Fence Magazine—“Escape is Possible,” and “Dear Dorothy— Together we can,” forthcoming.
Packinghouse Review—“Soy una hija de mi mama,” 2017.
The Dirty Napkin—“How You Would Know Me or Meeting a Girl for the First Time after Months of Correspondence,” 2013.
Heavy Feather Review—“Dirt Skirt Divas Present No Man’s Land,” 2013.
Place-relation Ecopoetics: A Collective Glossary, ed. Marthe Reed, Publisher Pending.“Sustenance,” forthcoming.
Bettering American Poetry Vol. II, Bettering Books, ed. Michael Wasson, Sarah Clark, Hector Ramirez, and Amy King. “The Bridge is Out So We Walk Underwater the Need for Air is a Myth to Keep Us from Discovery,” 2018.
Big Energy Poets of the Anthropocene: When EcoPoetry Thinks Climate Change, BlazeVOX, ed. Heidi Staples and Amy King. “So You’ve Become Death, Destroyer of Worlds,”“We’re Stumping for an Eden Based in Grains and Greens” and “We are Animalized, But We Come Back—Powers as Unknown as the Amazon,” 2017.
Letras Latinas—“An Interview with Carmen Gimenez-Smith.” 2015.
Interviews and Features
The Review Review-- "Editor's Roundtable: How Are Bigoted Literary Submissions Handled?" 2018