Selected Publications

2017  “Real Original,” “Add Water Here,” Hotel Amerika, forthcoming, 2017, U.S.

My Name is Gretchen Merryweather, hardPressed Dual Poets Reader: One, 2017, hardPressed poetry, Dublin, Ireland, U.K., with Sheila Mannix

“Penetralia: Eshleman Inside & Out, A Review of Clayton Eshleman’s Penetralia by Nathan Spoon,” X-Peri, June 24, 2017, Cambridge, MA, U.S., online

“please,” Zócalo Public Square: An ASU Knowledge Enterprise Magazine of Ideas, 2017, U.S., online

“A Handful of Jacks,” Mantis: A Journal of Poetry, Criticism & Translation, Issue 15, 2017, Stanford University, Division of Literatures, Cultures and Languages, School of Humanities & Sciences, Pigott Hall, Building 260, 450 Serra Mall, Stanford, CA, U.S., p. 36

Night laid an infertile egg in Darkness,” The Licentiam, April 16, 2017, Newport, Wales, U.K., online

“It makes a goblin of the sun (@80 bpm),” “I’ll write coward across your face,” “April dots the sombre thorn,” “I’ll have tofu for dinner,” X-Peri, April 15, 2017, Cambridge, MA, U.S., online, in collaboration with Sammantha J. Prychodko, Fusiform Gyrus, Jamie Thurman and Alex Lundy

“The Lord Sends a Wind,” “A Cup of Coffee,” X-Peri, March 20, 2017, Cambridge, MA, U.S., online

2016  “Of Redisplacement,” “To Various Makers,” X-Peri, August 11, 2016, Cambridge, MA, U.S., online

“Of Twigs and Twine,” “The Composite Stone,” X-Peri, June 7, 2016, Cambridge, MA, U.S., online

“Stone of Heraclea,” From the Lighthouse, Issue 3, Easter Term, 2016, Durham University English Society, 77 Hallgarth Street, Durham, DH1 3AY, U.K., p. 23

“Splitting a Stump,” From the Lighthouse, Issue 2, Epiphany Term, 2016, Durham University English Society, 77 Hallgarth Street, Durham, DH1 3AY, U.K., p. 11

2015  “By the Window,” Reflections: A Magazine of Theological and Ethical Inquiry, Spring 2015, Yale Divinity School, 409 Prospect Street, New Haven, CT 06511, U.S., p. 53

“A Palliative Voice,” Oxford Poetry,  XV.II / Winter 2014-2015, Magdalen College, Oxford, U.K., pp. 5-6

2001   “The Sparrow and the Crumb,” What Have You Lost?, HarperCollins, May 2001, edited by Naomi Shihab Nye, p. 69