The Frontlines Poetry Project pairs healthcare workers who have had harrowing experiences caring for patients during COVID with poets/writers to help tell those stories. My poem is here, but the entire project deserves your attention.
Flash Fiction about graduating college during the Great Recession but still believing in magic is in this issue of Riot-Mag, June 2022.
Humor piece about The Manic Pixie Dream Girl and some other things, I’m Claire Colburn from the 2005 Movie “Elizabethtown,” And Actually, YOU Suck! (Robot Butt, June 2022)
Poetry collection review, of “Erectric Schlock” by Aimee Le, up at the Cardiff Review (June 2022)
Flash fiction about Charybdis living in your neighborhood is in this issue of Sunspot Lit, June 2022
Review of chapbook DONUTS IN SPACE for Stone of Madness Press, January 2022
Two nonfiction Flash pieces in FLASH BOULEVARD, September 2021
One Day in the Life of a Haunted Minimalist House in (mac)ro(mic), July 2021
Giant monster flash in Patchwork Lit Mag issue 2, June 2021
My Heart is Good and Yours is, Too at Shambles, February 2021
Zonnebloem, flash CNF in the Museum of Americana, February 2021
The Jersey Devil Stays Busy, Fiction Kitchen, November 2020
A Tree Telling of Girl Magic, Elephant Ladder Fall 2020
Unlucky Sometimes, Constellate Literary Magazine
Energy From Living Things at X-R-A-Y Lit, January 2020
Quitting Cigarettes to Become a Blood-Drinker at Danse Macabre
Five Issues That Didn’t Get Resolved When We Turned into Vampires at the Vignette Review(Nominated for a Pushcart Prize, 2016). Published again at Drunk Monkeys, November 2019
10 Bad Ideas for “Transparent” Season 5 at Women in Comedy Festival Daily
Five Ways to Keep Your Rich Friends at Ease c/o Winedrunk Sidewalk
Ecocentric Inclusiveness: A review of Poetics for the More-Than-Human World at EcoTheo Review
Unusual nests: April Dávila’s 142 Ostriches at Cardiff Review
Volume 23, Number 3, Fall 2018 (#91) of rain taxi: Whiskey & Ribbons | Leesa Cross-Smith | by Laura Eppinger
“Life After Rugby” by Eileen G’Sell, published at jmww.
Protest to Protect Net Neutrality at ROAR: Literature and Revolution by Feminist People