POETRY

Hen & God, The Word Works, 2017.

"Black Friday," Rhizomes Issue 29: "Black Holes: Afro-Pessimism, blackness and the discourses of Modernity," 2016.

Daughter Eraser, Finishing Line Press, 2015.

"Dahlia Garden, Golden Gate Park," Limited-edition broadside with art and design by Clovis Blackwell, Fleur de Boom Editions, 2014.

“Pirate’s Admonition,” Serious Daring: Creative Writing in Four Genres. Oxford Univ. Press, 2014.

“El Suicidio de Dorothy Hale,” Furies: A Poetry Anthology of Women Warriors. For Books’ Sake Press, 2014.

“Daughter Eraser,” Women Write Resistance: Poets Resist Gender Violence. Hyacinth Girl Press, 2013.

Fable of the Flying Fox,” The Feminist Wire, March 2014.

“Second Date,” The Midwest Quarterly, Vol. LV No. 1, Autumn 2013.

“Artifacts of Our Affection,” Calyx, Vol. 27 No. 3, Summer 2013. Reprinted in Long River Review Vol. 17, 2014.

“He Visits,” Enizagam Issue 7, Summer 2013.

“Daughter Eraser,” Southword Vol. 21A, March 2012.

“If you wake” and “If my face were outerspace,” Esque Issue 3: Revolutionesque, 2012.

“Pittsburgh,” No, Dear, November 2011.

“Amorette” and “Misery Index,” Umbrella Factory, March 2011.

“Happy Hour” and “The dictionary begs us to call off the goddamn war,” 45 Mag, Winter 2011.

“What Can You Do With A Hen?” Opium, November 2009.

“Jellyfish, Mandalay Bay,” Poetic Journeys Broadside Series, May 2009. Reprinted in UCONN Magazine, Summer 2009, Vol. 10, Number 2.

“Toddler,” Long River Review Vol. 12, May 2009.

“Salt Poems,” Yerm Ahm, September 2005.

“The Hay Barn,” Hay In Art, October 2004.

“Ordinary Language,” Chinquapin Vol. 20, 1999.

CHAPTERS, ARTICLES, ESSAYS

“Making A Troublemaker: Charlotte Charke’s Proto-Feminist Punch,” The Routledge Companion to Puppetry and Material Performance. Eds. John Bell, Dassia Posner & Claudia Orenstein. Routledge, 2014.

“Lending Expression: When Actor Meets Puppet on Stage,” co-authored with Zeb West, Puppetry International #33, Spring/Summer 2013.

“Power Plays: Two Black Feminist Playwrights (En)counter Intersectionality,” Episodes from a History of Undoing: The Heritage of Female Subversiveness. Ed. Reghina Dascal. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012.

“Of Love & Puppets: A Review of Constance Marks’ Documentary Film, Being Elmo: A Puppeteer’s Journey,” Puppetry International #31, Spring/Summer 2012.

Blackface Minstrelsy in American Puppetry,” Puppetry International #30, Fall/Winter 2011.

Metamorphic Rainbows: The Journey of Shange’s for colored girls from Poetry to Television and Beyond,” Journal of Research on Women & Gender Vol. 1, March 2010.