A few that are available online. Check the CV for publications. Here's what you can read online. I'll share forthcoming work as it is available...


"While Black in America," "Ghost Story," "Each Evening"

in Syzygy, Vol 1. Spring 2021.

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in Cincinnati Review. Spring 2020.

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at Quiet Lightning (Poetry in the Park V). 2019.

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in North Carolina Literary Review (28). 2019.

How to Fall in Love in San Diego

at Finishing Line Press. 2017.

"His Kind"

in Rogue Agent Literary Journal. March 2016.

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"Not Kissing You" and "Saturday Morning with the Cuzzo" or listen here.

in Glint Literary Journal. 2015.

Four Micro Poems: "Black Masculinity," "Pacific Beach," and "After a Month Apart"

at Quatrain.Fish. 2015.

Five Poems from "Courting Sylvia Plath" or listen here.

in Menacing Hedge. 2015.

Five poems from How to Fall in Love in San Diego

in Leipzig Glocal. 2015.

"How to Fall in Love in SD (Three)," "Find the Source," "Four Letters Dependent on Circumstance & Time," and "Find Someone who Needs Saving"

in SOFTBLOW. 2015.

Misunderstanding White Knight Syndrome: Miscegenation

first appeared in Poetry Quarterly. Summer 2012.

“Across the River Line” & “Find a Father Figure”

in Connotations Press: An Online Artifact. July 2012.


In Response to Gendered & Written: Forums on Poetics

purchase a copy of the anthology from Locked Horn Press. 2014.

Creative Non-Fiction

A Twenty-Six-Year-Old Thinking About a Sixteen-Year-Old Kind of Love Story

in Tell Us a Story. July 2013.


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From a Distant Land, a Poet who Knows We Exist: Agnieszka Kuciak

in The Rumpus. November 2013.


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