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That Place Where You Opened Your Hands, March 2020, University of Massachusetts Press

“The Place Where You Opened Your Hands is a powerful, challenging and uplifting investigation into the language of doubt, memory and the nature of the heart. It is a book of heartbreak but also transformation. The poems are acts of lyric levitation.”  —Ed Skoog, author of  Run the Red Lights, and Travelers Leaving for the City

“From its beginning, I was compelled by That Place Where You Opened Your Hands’ intriguing intersections, its unpretentious surrealism, lonely wit, plainspoken musicality, and improvisational formalism. I am charmed by this speaker, this ‘animal inside a ghost of those who came before me,’ who takes us with her as she reaches over the threshold of the self’s interiority into a numinous natural world.”—Diane Seuss, author of Still Life with Two Dead Peacocks and a Girl: Poems

“Night of the Living” in Best American Poetry 2020

“I have tried hard to have appropriate feelings” at New York Times magazine

Two poems at Electric Literature

Three poems at Willow Springs

“No One Knows Her” on The Nervous Breakdown

“To Define: Fetch” on Perihelion

“Prayer” on Verse Daily

Bedside Guide to No Tell Motel: Second Floor

New York Quarterly

Rattle

She Preferred to Read The Knives
How To Live Forever

Kenyon Review 

Late Night Library

Poetry and Everything: KBOO radio interview

Self-Interview on the Nervous Breakdown