Read : Poetry Online

"On the seventh day God says: What you’ve got is virgin charm & a knife in your pocket." BOAAT JOURNAL (Fall, 2017)

"Praying Naked" and other poems, Narrative Magazine (Spring, 2017)

"Argument for Loving from a Distance" Four Way Review (Fall, 2016)

"For the Christening of a Ship" The Adroit Journal (Fall, 2016)

"Putting On My Body" and other poems, Nashville Review (Summer, 2016)

"Hymn" and other poems, PUBLIC POOL (Summer, 2016)

"Giving Myself Advice" and other poems, REALITY TUNNELS (Spring, 2016)

"We Need to Talk" and other poems, The Mackinac (Winter, 2015)

"After All, St. Catherine is my namesake" and other poems, Blunderbuss (Summer, 2015)

"Katie Condon, an American, One of the Roughs, a Kosmos in the Flesh," H_NGM_N (Spring, 2015)

"Katie Condons" Leveler (Spring, 2013)

"The Human Infrastructure Representative" Two Serious Ladies (Fall, 2012)

Read : Poetry in Print

"When I am Told to Buck Up to Fight the Good Fight to Pull Up My Boot Straps & Build Bridges But I Am Not Ready But I Know Damn Well I Should Be Ready So I Try:" Prairie Schooner (forthcoming)

"Driving, 4 AM" Indiana Review 38.1 (Summer, 2016)

"At the #1 Fried Chicken & Seafood" Ruminate (Summer, 2016)

"Timestamps" New Ohio Review, Issue #19 (Spring, 2016)

"Pamela Asks the Right Questions" and "On Nudity" Hallelujah for 50ft Women (Bloodaxe Books, 2015)

"When the Chamber Is Filled With the Moon" Heavy Feather Review (Summer, 2013)

Read : Prose


Unpeopled Eden by Rigoberto Gonzáles, Gulf Coast 26.2


Poems are the Mirror That Reminds Us of What We Have Privately Neglected: An Interview with Tony Hoagland,Grist Issue 10, forthcoming Spring 2017

Blog Posts

for Grist: The Journal for Writers:

Dorothea Lasky, I Wouldn’t Be a Poet Without You: How Black Life Influenced My Poetics (Spring, 2017)

"Doubting Narcissism" (Winter, 2016)

for Gulf Coast: A Journal of Literature & Fine Arts:

"O, Poet! O, Emerson! O, RuPaul!" (Spring, 2014)

"A Lesson From the Greats: How to Attain Solitude By Way of an Exciting Social Life" (Fall, 2014)

"So Many Pistols I Have Borrowed to Protect Myselves!" (Spring, 2013)

Read : Press

Maudlin House Writers of the Week (April, 2017)

NPR: The Front Row with Will Wilkinson, interviewed by St. John Flynn (September, 2013)



"Katie Condon, an American, One of the Roughs, a Kosmos in the Flesh," H_NGM_N_TV (Spring, 2015)

"The Human Infrastructure Representative," Poetry and Prose, University of Houston, (Fall, 2012)


Heavy Feather Review Contributor's Corner (September, 2013)