In Mid Afternoon published in Storms of the Inland Sea: Poems of Alzheimer’s and Dementia Caregiving, edited by Margaret Stawowy and Jim Cokas (Shanti Arts)

35,000 Feet Above in a Boeing 737, published in Rough Cut Press, Issue 40, September 2022

We Worked the Evening Shift and the Casino Paid Us at Midnight published in Willawaw Journal, Spring 2022

Factors and Exponents (p. 97) and It Opens. It Closes. published in Switchgrass Volume 5 2022

Writing Seduction Letters published in Sisyphus, Fall 2021

Reading Your Morning Horoscope published in Sisyphus, Fall 2021

Riding South on Interstate 70 published in The MacGuffin, Spring / Summer 2021

For Song and Her Mother published in 3rd Wednesday, Spring 2021

Hallelujah (p.212) published in Blue Mountain Review, February 2021

Like the Scent of Cherry Blossoms published in The Comstock Review, Spring/Summer 2020

Some Days in Northampton Poetry Review Issue 5: Music 2020

Three poems published in Havik 2020: Homebound. The poem Eighteen available online.

Forbidden Fruit published in Aji Magazine, Issue 12, Spring 2020

Loneliness and the Seduction of Fairy Tales published in Twist in Time Magazine, Issue 7 January 2020

Escalon, Past the Orchards published in South 85 Journal Fall/Winter 2019

At the Psychiatrist’s Office published in The Ekphrastic Review 9/17/2019

The Dance published in Still Point Arts Quarterly, Fall 2019

At the Psychiatrist’s Office (and interview) published in Rappahannock Review Issue 5.3

Traffic is Traffic Everywhere published in Bird’s Thumb, Vol. 6, Issue 1, February 2019

Night Music available to read or download in 3 Elements Review, No. 18, Spring 2018

The following poems received an award at the 2017 Mendocino Coast Writers Conference, and are published and available for download in Noyo River Review, Vol. 6, 2017

  • Grief’s Proximity
  • Still Life in Changing Landscape
  • In the Morning After Marital Peace is Restored

At the Oakland Library published in *82 Review Issue 4.3, 2016

After Seventeen Years published in Our Last Walk: Using Poetry for Grieving and Remembering Our Pets, by Louis Hoffman, Michael Moats, and Tom Greening (University Professors Press, 2016)