Nimrod: "Turnout, Highway 200" (forthcoming)
Poetry Northwest: "Hoverfly" (forthcoming)
Meridian: "Greenhouse" (2022)
Salamander: "The Other Lauren" (Spring/Summer 2022)
Cimarron Review: "Bad Play" (Winter/Spring 2021)
Atlanta Review: "Zink Dam" (Fall/Winter 2021)
Evening Street Review: Three poems (Summer 2021)
Thimble Literary Magazine: "Neighbor" (Summer 2021)
Schuylkill Valley Journal: "Harvest" (Fall 2020)
Map Literary: Two poems (February 2020)
Tar River Poetry: "A Bright Day After Rain" (Fall 2018)
Saranac Review: "Quiet City" (Fall 2018)
Tampa Review: "Reading Darwin and the News" (Spring 2018)
In my work, I engage in the endlessly evolving process of navigating and negotiating my identity as a mother, partner, citizen of the planet, and complicit consumer. I dissect and dilate my interactions with the built, natural, human, and nonhuman forces that comprise and determine how I move through each day.
I am the recipient of a 2021 Open Mouth Poetry Residency in Fayetteville, Arkansas. From nowhere in particular, I currently live in Missoula as I pursue an MFA at the University of Montana.