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Verse Daily Features

  • Four days after Mother’s Day,” August 24, 2018 (from Full Worm Moon)
  • Clifton Gorge,” September 4, 2013 (from Particular Scandals) *This poem was also featured on Poetry Daily, but since PD’s archives only cover one year, it’s no longer accessible there.
  • Joy,” September 11, 2011 (from Slipping Out of Bloom)

    Other Poems

  • New Year’s Eve” in Whale Road Review
  • “Lump” in Alaska Quarterly Review
  • “Clear Water” in ASCENT
  • ​In Which the Magpie Resurrects the Voice of Henry David Thoreau” in The Ekphrastic Review
  • In a parallel universe” in The Cresset
  • Full Flower Moon” and eleven other poems in The Christian Century
  • Nest in a Winter Tree” in Cumberland River Review
  • Big Basin Sagebrush” in the Fall 2016/Winter 2017 issue of Valparaiso Poetry Review
  • Full Hunger Moon” in Issue 5 of Whale Road Review (Winter 2017)
  • “Full Thunder Moon” featured on Image Journal’s Good Letters Poetry Friday blog, with reflection written by poet Tania Runyan (my poem originally appeared in Issue 88 of Image)
  • “Four Days after Mother’s Day” in The National Poetry Review
  • Walking on the Roof,” Redheaded Stepchild
  • Cooper’s Hawks, Santa Fe National Forest,” in Clementine Unbound
  • Coming Close” and “Sightseeing” reprinted in Canary
  • “Following the Light” in ASCENT.
  • There is No Violence Here” and “Ohio” reprinted in Verse-Virtual (May 2015)
  • “No Heaven” in The 55 Project (July 2014)
  • Molasses” in Cumberland River Review (July 2013)
  • White-breasted Nuthatch” in Hidden Nature, Five Rivers MetroParks 50th anniversary e-anthology (September 2013)
  • Art Affair on the Square” and “Yellow Springs, Ohio” in Flights (2013)
  • “Cryoseism” and “Vessels” in ducts.org (Summer 2013)
  • Barn Burning” in Valparaiso Poetry Review (Spring/Summer 2013)
  • “Palm Sunday” in Waccamaw: A Journal of Contemporary Literature (spring 2012)
  • “This is the landscape left” and “After Watering” in Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built and Natural Environments (spring/summer 2012)
  • Three Poems, “Amen and Amen,” “Harnessing Infinity,” and “Particular Scandals,” in Poemeleon (“The Open Issue,” Summer/Fall 2011)
  • Two Poems, “Backfire,” and “Voice,” in Switched-on-Gutenberg (“Accidental,” Issue 17)
  • Many Poems featured on Your Daily Poem. The poems can be read in YDR archives.
  • “The Painted Lady and the Thistle” in Pirene’s Fountain (nominated for Best of the Net)
  • “Recovery” as The Poem of the Week (PotW) in The Missouri Review Online January 23, 2011)
  • “The Grass Grows Ordinary” in Conte: A Journal of Narrative Writing (Issue 6.2, February 2011)
  • Two poems, “The Problem with School” and “Windfall,” in Verse Wisconsin (Issue 103, Summer 2010; “The Problem with School” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize)
  • “Press Release: 10 June 2010” in Poets for Living Waters
  • Three Poems, “Grand Entrance,” “Pessimist,” and “Reflection” in Orion Headless
  • Two poems, “Does soil hurt” and “Inspiration,” with audio, in Terrain.org (Spring/Summer 2010, No. 25)
  • “Blackberry Seeds” in River Poets Journal
  • “One December Evening” in Assisi: An Online Journal of Arts & Letters (Spring 2010)
  • “Dirty Nails” and “The Slip” in ducts.org (December 2009)
  • “Window” in Green Hills Literary Lantern (2009)
  • “Punctuation” in River Poets Journal (Spring 2009)
  • “Going Home” in Halfway Down the Stairs
  • “Buck” and “Evolution” in Apple Valley Review (Winter 2008)
  • Four Poems in miller’s pond (Fall 2005)
  • “Afterlife” in the Valparaiso Poetry Review (Fall 2008)

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  • Silent Night,” in Relief Journal

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