Publications

Poetry

Forthcoming:


Subterranean Blue Poetry: "Maine, or How to Leave Your Lover for Good," Summer/Fall 2018


The Ibis Head Review: "My Mother's Bedroom," "Carefully Cultivated," and "Releasing the Slave," Spring 2018



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Texas's Best Emerging Poets by Z Publishing: "Loss as a Canyon," September 2017


The Shade Journal: Issue 2: "Condition of the Mother," April 2017


The Rain, Party, & Disaster Society: Volume 3, Issue 1: "In My Blood," January 2016


The Sula Collective: Issue 4: "February 21, 1965" (November 2015), "Supplication" (December 2015), "Unsolicited Advice to Black Girls Who Can't Remember What Their Faces Look Like" (December 2015), "Rest Area No. 52 in Morgan County, Georgia" (February 2016)


Survival Techniques, Fall 2013

Creative Nonfiction

Forthcoming:


HerStory: Modern Love Edition: "How to Survive a Breakup: Stop Taking Your Pills," February 2018



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Round Up Magazine: "High Heels & Fresh Air," January 2018


MadCap Review: Issue 7: "Guide to Meeting the Woman Your Lover Is Fucking," January 2018


Fourth & Sycamore: "How to Survive a Breakup: Get a Houseplant," December 201


TRACK//FOUR: Issue 4: "How to Survive a Breakup: Shave Your Head" and "How to Survive a Breakup: Sponsor a Child in Africa," July 2017


MadCap Review: Issue 5: "How to Survive a Breakup: Quit Smoking," January 2017


Thrillist Media Group, Sex & Dating Vertical: "What I Learned from 5 Years as a 'Vagina Monologues' Actor," April 2016


MadCap Review: Issue 3: "Seasonal," July 2015


Agnes Scott College 43rd Annual Writers' Festival Magazine: "Rules for the Wingwoman," Winter 2014


The McNair Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies: "Confessions in Living Color(ed): The Creation of a Choreopoem, Phase One of Honors Project," Summer 2011


The McNair Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies: "God Don' Like Ugly: The Presence of God in the Literature of Paule Marshall," Summer 2010

Book Reviews and Culture Rants

Forthcoming Culture Rants:

 

Santa Fe Writers Project Quarterly: "How Do You Say That Word?: Choreopoems and Cultural Relevance," May 2018


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Santa Fe Writers Project Quarterly: Issue 9: Culture Rant: "To Be a Real Writer: Privileged Writing Advice," May 2017



Book Reviews Featured Now!


Santa Fe Writers Project Quarterly: Motherhood as Existence in All We Can Hold: Poems of Motherhood edited by Elise Gregory, Emily Gwinn, Kaleen McCandless, Kate Maude, and Laura Walker,” October 1, 2016


Santa Fe Writers Project Quarterly: Trading Insults for Healing in The Dozen by Casey Rocheteau,” October 1, 2016


Santa Fe Writers Project Quarterly: Hide and Seek from the Top of the ferrous wheel: Book Review for Natalie Sharp’s ferrous wheel," July 1, 2016 


Santa Fe Writers Project Quarterly: Sipping Espresso with Pepper Girl: Book Review for Jonterri Gadson’s Pepper Girl,” July 1, 2016  


Aquarius Press: “The Revision of Black Americans in Quenton Baker’s This Glittering Republic,” November 1, 2016 


Aquarius Press: “Locating Home in Oneself in Roger Bonair-Agard’s Where Brooklyn At?,” October 15, 2016


Aquarius Press: “Instructions from Our Ancestors in Jacqueline Allen Trimble’s American Happiness,” September 30, 2016

Productions

The CutOut Theatre: Testify, directed and choreographed by Thea and Avery Wigglesworth, December 4, 5, 10, 11, 2015, Brooklyn, NY