Hunger Mountain: "Names Given to the Dead," "Of Inheritance" (forthcoming)
Lambda Literary Spotlight: "Crossing the Bridge"
Poems from In the Volcano's Mouth
Rove Poetry: "Incantation"
Colorado Review: “Killing”
The Quotidian Bee: “How Loss Inhabits A Body” (reprinted from Ninth Letter)
Nashville Review: “Early In The Day Of The Solar Eclipse”
Poetry: “I Passed Three Girls Killing A Goat”
The Baffler: "After I Die"
Poems from All night in the new country
Nashville Review: “Before The World Went To Hell”
NEA Writer's Corner: "When I Was A Child"
Verse Daily: “Elegy”
nthposition: “All night in the new country…,” “She went out to buy some bread…,” “When I was a child…” (as "Mend Your Hide With Needlegrass")
Poetry: “Long ago I heard footsteps”
Smartish Pace: "Remember"
POEMS FROM Pact-Blood, Fevergrass
DIAGRAM: “Seasons Changing"
42 opus: “Bibliomancy”
Killing the Buddha: "Avernus"
Poetry: “Brazilian Telephone (reprinted from Indiana Review)”
Shankpainter: Three poems
Sycamore Review: "It’s Hard to Forget"
One (More) Glass: “The Train That Devours" (limited edition broadside on glass)
Pittsburgh Poetry Houses: “When I Was A Child” (reprint)
REVIEWS & INTERVIEWS, Miscellaneous Tales
Jim Piechota reviews Anybody by Ari Banias and In the Volcano's Mouth at the Bay Area Reporter;
A Thresher of Dust and Dreams in the Promised Land: Mindy Kronenberg reviews All night in the new country at Weave;
Luke A. Fidler reviews All night in the new country in TriQuarterly;
“A ‘real’ dystopic future”: An Interview with Miriam Bird Greenberg over at the Sycamore Review blog;
The Believer Readers’ Favorite Works of Poetry in 2013 listed All night in the new country as #19;
I reviewed Chloe Honum’s The Tulip-Flame at Blurbed;
I had a little bit to say at the NEA Writer’s Corner that year, too.
Ephemera & Errata
I read from Species of Spaces while my hair did very medusa-ish things in this amazing hand-drawn animation by Lisa Iglesias.
I read with inimitable badass and student of the mythical beasts, Donika Kelly, at Malvern Books in Austin, Texas, in February 2017 and whaddyaknow, it's on YouTube. Watch me or Donika, whose book, Bestiary, you ought to know and own.
The Poet's Bloc at the Oakland General Strike port shutdown, November 2011. We did a terrible job of documenting this (and you can't see me--I'm the one carrying the slightly larger "America, I'm putting my queer shoulder to the wheel" sign, hidden in the crowd).