TILT / HOVER / VEER poetry chapbook






“In the pith of break down,” “In the pith of attenuation,” and “In the pith of a misplaced suspicion” appear in BlazeVox issue 18. [PDF File].


In the pith of hover,” “in the pith of swerve,” and “in the pith of diapause” appear on Dispatches from the Poetry Wars.


In the pith of fledge” (May) and “The wake of an ending” (with the title “In the pith of wake”) (July) appear on First Literary Review–East.


City Sea Change” in Scintilla


“In the pith of swerve,” “In the pith of luscious,” and “In the pith of afterdays” accepted by WoodCoin Magazine.



“Etheric Meander” in Artoetry Anthology.


“For Charlottesville, for the Unstable States” and “In the pith of a sad meander” in Clockwise Cat, Issue 38.


“Between Two Deaths, an Accident” in Oyster River Pages, inaugural



“Born-ing” in SRPR (Spoon River Poetry Review) Issue 42.1 (summer 2017).


“To Meet the Day” in First Literary Review East, July 2017


"A Bias Toward the Beneficial" in The Hopper, 2017 print issue


“Solace of the Bright Night” in Avocet weekly #216, 2/1/2017


"Mother Rain" in First Literary Review-East, May 2017.


“Just a White Girl” was a finalist for the Poetry Matters contest.




“Colors of Heat and Cold” in Earth’s Daughters Issue #88, themed "Ebb."


“Blindside” in Chronogram September 2016.


"From Beavers this Rivulet" in Issue 10 of Written River, 2016.

2015 and earlier


“Lotus Witness,” “Whirl,” and “Why Waiting” in About Place Journal. (March 22 2015).


“And then, another” in First literary Review – East (September 2015) and five Four-plays

(4-sentence prose poems after Heller Levinson) in summer 2015.


“Spring Dead” in anthology, The Four Seasons, a Kind of a Hurricane Press, 2015.


“The Traffic in Old Ladies” received an honorable mention in the Best of 2014 Anthology of

Kind of a Hurricane Press.


“If not Love” in Jivin’ Ladybug




“Shades of Melancholy: Somber Tones in Emily Dickinson’s Poems” in Melancholia: Hinge as Innominate Limina, by Will Alexander, Heller Levinson, and Mary Newell.

“From Place Studies to Global Concerns: Exploring Ecocritical Approaches to Pedagogy,”

Transformations, Summer 2013.


“Leaves of Grass: Whitman’s Expressive and Regenerative Natural World.”

Encyclopedia of the Environment in American Literature. 


“Emily Dickinson’s Green Poetics.”

Encyclopedia of the Environment in American Literature.


"Multi-modal Place-Based Learning in an Interdisciplinary Course"

“Teaching Place” issue of Elsewhere: A Journal for the Literature of Place,

Summer 2008.


“Gestures toward Cross-Species Reciprocal Relations in Contemporary Poetics.” The

Ecocriticism and Environmental Studies Special Issue of Reconstruction, 7.2 (2007).


“Embodied Mutuality: Reconnecting to Environment and Self in Terry Tempest Williams’s

An Unspoken Hunger.” Surveying the Literary Landscapes of Terry Tempest Williams:

New Critical Essays. University of Utah Press, 2003.

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