Books & Chapbooks
Tuesday’s Children, a chapbook, was released in December 2015 from Hermeneutic Chaos Press.
Forthcoming in Anthologies & Journals
“Once Upon a Time” will appear in the February 2019 issue of Blue Heron Review.
“Oranges” was a part of Poems For All (#1375) in July, 2016.
“What Hovers” appeared in the inaugural issue of The Pittsburgh Poetry Review, November 2015.
“Studio Space” featured in Rogue Agent’s Themed Photo Gallery Where I Create, November 2015.
Shamir Terrel Palmer appeared as a part of the public installation, Lament For the Dead, on August 10, 2015.
“Blue Moon” and “Break Fast” appeared in Melancholy Hyperbole, July 2015.
Free Admission, Holy Days, A Valentine Late In Time, and Sukhasana, Arms Raised appeared in Softblow, Summer 2015, and are scheduled to be featured on the front page in December 2015.
Do Unto Others appeared in the July 2015 issue of Hermeneutic Chaos.
“Gap” and “As Small As A World And As Round As Alone” appeared in the inaugural issue of The Norfolk Review, Spring 2015.
The Burn Circus appeared in Wherewithal, March 2015.
“House Finch Lunes” appeared Mom Egg Review Volume 13, Spring 2015.
“Hegemony” and “Melting” appeared in Kindred Magazine (Anchor & Plume Press, order here), Summer 2014.
“Vacation” featured in Iowa City’s Poetry in Public installation, Spring 2014.
“Second” appeared in Brain, Child Magazine, Spring 2014 (Order here).
“Unease” appeared in The Examined Life, Winter 2013 (Order here).
“Landslide” appeared in Garbanzo Literary Journal Volume 3, Fall 2013.
University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA – October 6, 2016 – Global Multiliteracies: Rewriting the Narrative on Literacy with Sarah Prineas and Michelle Edwards
“They Said,” a spoken word poem was performed as a part of the Black Lives Matter service at Sanctuary – Iowa City in August 2016; It was one in a series of congregational stories. The video of “They Said” here, and the sound recording of “They Said” and its context here.