1/2019: “The Breaking Wheel” appears in Crazyhorse.
12/2018: Three poems appear in Blackbird.
9/2018: Jozie Konczal reviews Bone Map in The Hollins Critic.
12/2017: Awarded the Phillip Freund Alumni Prize from Cornell University’s Creative Writing Program.
9/2017: Three new poems appear in the Fall 2017 issue of Copper Nickel.
2/2017: Three new poems are featured in Grist‘s Tenth Anniversary Issue.
2/2017: The poem “Planktonic Foraminifera” appears in Willow Springs issue 79.
1/2017: Karen Craigo reviews Bone Map at Better View of the Moon.
8/2016: The essay “Genesis,” a finalist for DIAGRAM’s essay contest, appears in issue 16.4.
6/2016: The poem “Road to Explosion Area” appears in Gulf Coast 28.2.
5/2016: “Exoplanet TrEs-2b” and “Solar Flare” appear in the New Planets :: New Worlds special feature at Queen Mob’s Teahouse.
3/2016: Bone Map receives a mini-review at Vinyl Poetry.
2/2016: “Vapor” is featured in the Poem-A-Day series at The Academy of American Poets.
2/2016: Runestone Journal reviews Bone Map.
12/2015: A review of Bone Map appears in the new issue of Boxcar Poetry Review.
12/2015: Three poems are featured in North Dakota Quarterly.
11/2015: “Geode” appears in the newest issue of Salt Hill.
11/2015: Participant in “Born from Books: Six Authors on Their Childhood Reading” at The Millions.
10/2015: Interviewed by Emilia Phillips at 32 Poems.
10/2015: SCOUT Poetry reviews Bone Map.
6/2015: Molly Spencer reviews Bone Map at The Rumpus.
6/2015: Interviewed by Phillip B. Williams at Glappitnova.
5/2015: “Vapor” appears in February, an anthology.
4/2015: Selected by Edward Hirsch for the 2015-2016 second-year poetry fellowship at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown.
4/2015: Nicole Capó reviews Bone Map at [PANK].
2/2015: Mark Gurarie reviews Bone Map at The Literary Review.
1/2015: Interviewed by Kallie Falandays in American Microreviews and Interviews.
1/2015: Boston Review lists “Letter from the Ice Field, December” as a top poem of 2014.
1/2015: Daniel Slager offers Bone Map as a 2014 favorite on this year-end list of small press books at Bustle.
1/2015: Poets & Writers Magazine includes Bone Map as one of ten notable 2014 poetry debuts in their 10th Annual Debut Poets feature. Read an extended interview online here.
12/2014: Stacey Balkun reviews Bone Map in The California Journal of Women Writers.
12/2014: Nick Ripatrazone features Bone Map in this post at The Millions.
12/2014: Book Riot includes Bone Map in their Great Big Guide To 2014’s Must-Read Books from Indie Presses.
12/2014: Awarded a 2015 National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing Fellowship in poetry.
12/2014: Entropy Magazine lists Bone Map as one of the Best Poetry Books & Collections of 2014.
11/18/2014: “Combustion” is featured in Poem-a-Day at The Academy of American Poets.
11/12/2014: Library Journal includes Bone Map on the list “Poetry Beyond the Basics: 22 Exciting Titles for Poetry Lovers Everywhere.”
11/7/2014: Poetry Daily features “Equinox,” from Bone Map.
10/25/2014: A poem from Bone Map is featured on Verse Daily.
10/2014: A review of Bone Map is featured at Bookslut.
9/2014: Publishers Weekly reviews Bone Map.
9/2014: Ampersand Review reviews Bone Map.
9/2014: Bone Map is reviewed at Shelf Awareness.
8/2014: Bone Map is featured as an August Poetry Exemplar at the Washington Independent Review of Books.
7/2014: “Parable of the Flood” is the Web Weekly Feature at Verse Daily.
6/2014: “Epilogue” appears in Issue 33 of Meridian, readable here.
4/2014: “Geode,” “When There Is Burning Instead,” and “Letter from the Ice Field, December” were selected by Mary Ruefle for an Academy of American Poets/Craig Arnold Memorial Prize at the University of Utah.
4/2014: Featured in “Liner Notes: A Poetry Playlist” at The Millions: 10 poets offer their composition soundtracks.
2/2014: A review of Jessica Piazza’s Interrobang (Red Hen Press, 2013) appears in Tikkun here.
2/2014: Five poems and an interview are featured in Hoppenthaler’s Congeries at Connotation Press: An Online Artifact, readable here.
1/2014: “Letter from the Ice Field, December” appears in the Jan/Feb issue of Boston Review, readable here.