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Chapbooks

An Extremely Well-Funded Study of Doors (above/ground, 2023) (you can read an excerpt here)

There Has Been a Murder (Ghost City Press, 2022 - a collaboration with Benjamin Niespodziany and Evan Nicholls)

Claustrophobia, Surprise! (HAD Chaps, 2022 - sold out online, contact me for copies!)

The Pony from Waco (Giallo Lit, 2021)


Poetry


"Blanketed Sweetly Into Sleep" + "Open-Ended Hospice Center" - Denver Quarterly (forthcoming)

"In My Hands My Own Hands" + "[A remote monster mentors]" + "I Have Pulled the Cloud Lever" - Tyger Quarterly (forthcoming)


"[Liftoff]" + "[Populate]" + "[Pollution Intent]" - Not My Style (forthcoming)

"Hand Over Foot" + "Well, How Thirsty Are You?" - DIAGRAM (forthcoming)

"
[Three full moons unfold]" - TIMBER

"I Am in Your Field" + "You Inform Our Regret" + "Who is There Who is There" - New Orleans Review 

"I Am Afraid You Will Not Laugh" - Afternoon Visitor


"The Night Mare" - Passages North (Print)

"Silver" - Pleiades (Pr
int)

"Sexy Giraffes" - Bennington Review (Print)

"The Secret Lives of a Tall Man in a Special Coat" - DIAG
RAM

"Ted" - HAD



Fiction

"Chest to the Ground, Toes Pointed Downward" - Indiana Review (print)

Essays


"A Spell" - Los Angeles Review

"Intake" - Joyla
nd

"The Phlebotomist" - Autofocus

Reviews & Interviews

"Care that Reciprocates: A Conversation between Jay Besemer and Evan Williams" - Chicago Review of Books

"
At the Risk Management Playground: A Conversation with Tucker Leighty-Phillips" - Cleveland Review of Books

"Dreaming Like a Boat: A Cento-Review of Benjamin Niespodziany's No Father than the End of the Street" - Vol. 1 Brooklyn

"Lifting Our Skin Up, Looking for Patterns: A Correspondence with Angelo Maneage" - Cleveland Review of Books




 

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