Foolishly into the Ocean

07 August 2018 (online)

a haunting & Annular Eclipse

Manzano Mountain Review, Issue 2
01 May 2018 (online)

Nervous Bambi

Impossible Archetype, Issue 3
19 March 2018 (online and PDF)

My Unbelievable Man

The Laurel Review, 50.2
10 October 2017 (print and online)

Looking Ahead

21 August 2017 (online)

Roadside Freak Show

Impossible Archetype, Issue 2
21 August 2017 (online and PDF)


13 August 2017 (online)

A Poem Constructed at the University of Arizona Poetry Center

self-published on Hi
17 July 2013 (online)


The Center of Dirty

Cold Creek Review, Issue 5
28 March 2018 (online)

If Everyone Was Standing Outside My Door

self-published on Hi
18 November 2013 (online)


Work Schedule

Submittable Blog
27 August 2018 (online)

Contribution for “Fail Better: Creations and the Classroom

Editor’s Note: Ancient Moments of Telling

Tiny Donkey
06 April 2016 (online)

Editor’s Note: Magic Mirrors on Every Wall

Tiny Donkey
06 January 2016 (online)

Cosplay Buffet

Fairy Tale Review’s “Fairy-Tale Files”
14 August 2015 (online)

What We Lose

Tiny Donkey
12 August 2015 (online)

Once Upon a Microchip

Fairy Tale Review’s “Fairy-Tale Files”
05 June 2015 (online)

The Technologists Grimm

Fairy Tale Review’s “Fairy-Tale Files”
20 February 2015 (online)

A Haunting

self-published on Hi
14 December 2013 (online)

Why We Go to the Ocean

self-published on Hi
29 September 2013 (online)

7th Alcor Conference Recap

Cryonics, 29:1
1st quarter 2008 (PDF)


Tucson Festival of Books Literary Awards

Finalist in 2018, semi-finalist in 2019

The Writers Studio 3rd Annual Write-to-Read Contest (2017)

1st Place for “These Are the Animals You May Eat”
Judge: Ted McLoof

2014 Hattie Lockett Undergraduate Student Poetry Award

One of three winners for “He can wear hats,” “The Talents,” and “The Divorce of Lilith and Samuel”
Judge: Karen Brennan
Learn more about Hattie Greene Lockett

Workshops & Classes

Tucson Festival of Books Masters Workshop 2018

Instructor: Mary Jo Bang

The Writers Studio Tucson

Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced, and Master workshops and craft classes (2016 – present)
Instructors: Lela Scott MacNeil, Philip Ivory, Janelle Drumwright, and Reneé Bibby

The University of Arizona Poetry Center

Various community workshops in poetry and screenwriting (2016 – present)
Instructors: Ted McLoofLaura Maher, and Rachel Mindell

The University of Arizona English Department

B.A. Degree in English & Creative Writing (December 2015)
Instructors: Laura MillerJoshua Marie Wilkinson, Brianna Scott MacNeil, Joel SmithKate Bernheimer, Susan Briante, Brent Hendricks, Kendra Mullison, and Farid Matuk

Past Projects

Frontier Channel

The Frontier Channel was a news and commentary website about “The Great Frontiers of cyberspace, outer space, the ocean, and destinations in between.”

RADIO Frontier Channel

RADIO Frontier Channel was a podcast from the Frontier Channel in 2005 that included science and technology news and interviews with scientists at the University of Arizona.