Natural History of a Blade, Old Machine & I, Vulture - Sequestrum (2018) - Forthcoming
before/after the storm - The Hollins Critic - Forthcoming
kitchen window view - Concis (2017)
Black Bear - Red Wheelbarrow (2017)
Brushy Fork Sequence - Broad River Review (2017)
Stones - Contemporary Poetry Series: Nature & Language, Corbel Stone Press (2017 - England)
Carrauntoohill, Gaeltacht - The Galway Review (2015 - Ireland)
Skara Brae - Midwest Quarterly (2014)
The Bear Driver, Shetlander, Glaswegian & Ritual Ground - Southlight (2013 - Scotland)
Borderland - Carillon (2013 - England)
Apprentice - ONE/TWELVE (2013)
Sweeney's Nest - The Cafe Review (2013)
Dwelling - Aries (2013)
The Appalachian Character for Death - Stoneboat (2012)
Ursa - Clementine Magazine (2012)
Maeshowe, Orkney - CAIRN: St. Andrews Review (2011)
The Natural History of a Blade - James Dickey Review (2011)
The Cove - Frostwriting (2011)
Rune - The New Shetlander (2010 - Scotland)
Award & Recognition
The Natural History of a Blade - Finalist, Tupelo Press Sunken Garden Chapbook Poetry Award, 2017
Natural History of a Blade (poem) - Finalist, Joy Harjo Poetry Prize, 2017
Brushy Fork Sequence - Finalist, Ron Rash Poetry Award, 2017
Black Bear - Finalist - Red Wheelbarrow Poetry Prize, 2017
Individual Excellence Award (poetry) from the Ohio Arts Council, 2016
Other Poetry Publications:
The Iowa Review, Rattle, Sou'wester, The Southern Poetry Review, The Chattahoochee Review, Poem, Voices International, Red Crow, Bohemian Bridge, The North Carolina Literary Review, Skald (Wales), Northwords (Scotland), The Journal of Contemporary Anglo-Scandinavian Poetry (England), Riverwind, Piedmont Literary Review, Flyway, Appalachian Heritage, Poetry Motel, Oasis, Pegasus, Potato Eyes, Sulphur River Literary Review.
Stereoscopic Paris appears in apt.
Explores the history and experience of stereoscopic optics through vintage Parisian images.
To the End of the World appears in Adventure Cyclist.
Chronicles my search for Ultima Thule while cycling through the Scottish Isles.
Embodiment Epistemology: A New Theory of Reading appears in North Dakota Quarterly.
A (tongue-in-cheek) proposal for finding meaning and value in a literary text by embodying the actions of the text.