"for 48 hours I get phone calls" in Quiet Lightning
"one year later" in Brave Voices Magazine
"Irving and 5th" in Street Sheet
"Yakima Canyon" in The Racket issue 31
"to be a gay" and "Crescent City 8:45 pm in July" in Quiet Lightning
"I watched the elephant seals get born" in Ghost City Press
"the spiral of time" in 3 Moon Magazine
"as minneapolis bleeds"
in sparkle and blink issue 106
"as minneapolis bleeds"
(podcast recording) in It's Lit episode 119
"One More for Pecos Bill" (podcast recording) in It's Lit episode 116
"Irving & 5th" in The Racket Issue 14
"Totally Wonderful" in Nightbirds Vol. 4, 826 Valencia
"the roadtrip where you become glass" in Feral Poetry
"Prepping" in FORUM
"at some rodeo," "when men tell me," and "Canine Estates" in Harpy Hybrid Review
"Sheltered in place" in The Racket Reading Series' Quarantine Journal
"A Phone Call with Grandma Floy in May", "Sheltered in place", and "An Opportunity" in Something Ordinary (video –>)
"my mother's son" in The Headlight Review
"Built Fence" and "A Snake Song" published in "Washington's Best Emerging Poets 2019: An Anthology"
"I, Jurassic" recipient of the 2019 Bindle Award by Nomadic Press
"I, Jurassic" published in and performed with Bay Area Generations #66
"Fret" published in "Nightbirds Vol. 1" by 826 Valencia
"Anderson" published in "Nightbirds Vol. 2" by 826 Valencia
"Two Storms Storming" published in "America's Emerging Poets 2018: Pacific Region" by Z Publishing House
"This Era" published in "Washington's Emerging Writers: An Anthology" by Z Publishing House
Published by Western's Women's Center in "Labyrinth"
2015 and 2016
"Apples and Pigs" published in "From Bellingham with Love" Vol. 3
"Familial Animals" with Animal Heart Press
"Sword in the Darkness" with Wipf and Stock Publishers
"Eight Gods Book I: Green Dragons" with Village Books and Paper Dreams
"Judas: America Bound" with Alban Lake Publishing
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"A Portrait in Ochre" by Standart Magazine
"Hxvana" by Flash Fiction Magazine
"Pink Singularity" by Riggwelter Press
"We Will" read at Nick's Lounge, 2/23/19
"Trust and Tecate" by formercactus
"May 2016" by After the Pause
"Stoves" by Headway Literary
"Bedlam" by (mac)ro(mic)ro
"Old Love Letters, New Lovers" Competition Winner by WordLitZine
"Comet" in Nightbirds Vol. 3, 826 Valencia
The SF Minute
Abanico Coffee Roasters serves unique drinks
Chai: A Hotly Contested Beverage
Asian American Cafe Owners Reflect on a Hard Year
Nomadic Journeys for Social Justice
As Nice as Niche Gets
Dandelion Chocolate Employees Launch Unionization Drive
Who's Ready for Indoor Dining?
Outdoor Dining not Enough for Service Industry
Brother Bear: For Love & Honey
Serving during COVID-19 through the lens of migrants, business owners, and locals.
San Francisco's Central and South American Restaurants Offer a Refuge to Its Local Communities
Meet the Best Friends Behind SF's Most Audacious Online Chocolate Shop
Tallio’s Coffee Wants to Bring Community-Focused, High-End Coffee to the Bayview
A Small But Mighty Roastery Runs Out of a Cole Valley Garage
Popular SF Pop-Up Estas Manos Embraces the Pandemic-Era Van Life
‘Undeniably Delicious’ East Asian Egg Coffee Is Poised to Take the Bay Area by Storm
A write up on a musical-inspired craft cafe in Seattle's Capital Hill neighborhood.
A profile on independent risograph printing company
A profile on Seattle-based citizen journalist and activist
A personal narrative and exploration of Cartoon Network's important cartoon "Steven Universe."
Tongue-in-cheek detailing of Halloween baddies versus Justice Kavanaugh.
What does the bike share system look in Seattle?
And what about e-bikes? Spoiler: they look good.
(The article can be found on p.23)
Looking at the comic book industry's renaissance through
a local comic book shop.
of Alan Moore's critically acclaimed comic.
The Western Front