A few videos of me reading my poetry at various La-Ti-Do events: I'm eternally grateful to Regie Cabico and DonMike Mendoza.
I'm incredibly grateful to Christopher Citro, my first ever poetry mentor during my time at Indiana University-Bloomington and now a dear friend, for inviting me. Other poets invited to read on The Poet's Weave include Maura Stanton, Richard Cecil, Kyle Dargan and Ross Gay, so I'm incredibly honored.
"Bloomington, Indiana." fall 2014 (print)
"A mathematical sonnet." # 9 (print)
Published alongside poets George Hitchcock (1914-2010) and Luis Omar Salinas (1937-2008) R.I.P.
"The burden that I am," "Mis reflexiones de un tiempo antiguo" and "Un monstruo oscuro encima de una gente clara / A dark monster on top of pale people." 2009 issue (print)
Chiricú has previously featured the likes of Sandra Cisneros and Jorge Luis Borges (1899-1986) in its pages, so I'm incredibly honored.
Cricket Online Review
"Moon landing" and "Scrapers of the sky." (Print)
Special Issue dedicated to Juan Felipe Herrera. Guest edited by Allison Hedge Coke
Representative authors: Terrance Hayes, David Lehman, José Hernández Díaz, Ilyse Kusnetz (1966-2016) R.I.P.
Grey Sparrow Journal Published alongside Pulitzer Prize winning poet Maxine Kumin (1925-2014) R.I.P.
"Pillar of fire" was republished in Snow Jewel, Grey Sparrow Press, issue 2, 2011. (print)
"Pillar of fire" also appeared in the Sunday Courier Press on July 7, 2013 (print)
The Sunday Courier Press has a print circulation of slightly over 86,000 readers
"Silver State" and "O.M." No. 13 (print)
Published alongside the likes of Amelia Gray and Tod Goldberg,
"A polite conversation." 2009 (print)
"A polite conversation" also appeared in the 2009 view book: "Hutton Honors College for prospective students." Published by the Indiana University Office of Creative Services. (print)
"The robots we could become" was featured in Verse Daily: Web Weekly Features on June 23, 2014. I'm incredily honored since previous features have included work by multiple Pulitzer Prize winning poets such as Charles Simić, Franz Wright, Yusef Komunyakaa and Rae Armantrout.
Published alongside Luis Cuauhtémoc Berriozábal.
"A true story, kind of like James Tate's 'A True Story' about a talking dog but very different" and "Interwoven realities through time and space." 2011 (print)
"Two full moons and one empty moon ago."
Writing That Risks: New Work from Beyond the Mainstream. 2013 anthology (print)
A review of Writing That Risks written by Hannah Rodabaugh for PANK kindly mentions my poem as a "hilarious recollection of a random and disconnected dream." Thank you PANK Magazine and Hannah for the love.
Splash of Red
"Bread Crumbs." March 30, 2011, online - archived.
Poems are listed chronologically. Scroll down until you find March 30, 2011.
Star*Line (Science Fiction Poetry Association)
"The Good Samaritan." Fall 2016 (print)
"Two-Bullet Cowgirl Blues," "The Undertaker" and "The Wake." Vol. 2
Published alongside the likes of E. Ethelbert Miller, Cole Swensen, Bob Hicok, Denise Duhamel, Mark Jarman, Marianne Boruch, D.A. Powell, Timothy Liu.
"The one," "Heartless circa, 1900" and "Masked men" Vol. 3 (forthcoming, July, 2017)
An anthology commemorating the victims of the June 12, 2016 shooting that occurred at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida. Edited by David Lopez and Luis Lopez-Maldonado.
"Self Preservation." 2012 issue (print)
Published alongside Michael Martone and Glenn Shaheen.
"17th Century Lineups (1618 - 1648)." 2013 issue (print)
Published alongside Marcus Wicker.
"Die Jacke / The Jacket / La Chaqueta," "The fire within," "All of a sudden I started counting" and "God's annointed." Published alongside Pulitzer Prize winning poet Kay Ryan.
Tia Chucha Press
"Country folk in tune with the times." Forthcoming, 2017 (print) anthology
"The Wandering Song: Central American Writing in the United States."
Published alongside Javier Zamora, Alexandra Lytton Regalado, Claudia Castro Luna, Francisco Aragón.
Toad Suck Review. Annual 2015. Issue 6 (print)
"Heaven and earth," "March 04, 2...," "Sodium Free" and "26 January, 2004."
Published alongside work by Allen Ginsberg (1925-1997) and Frank Stanford (1948-1978) R.I.P.
I was part of 30 District of Columbia poets published each day during the month of June, 2016. Edited by Joanna Howard. It features many wonderful Washington, D.C. based poets such as Myra Sklarew,
E. Ethelbert Miller, Sarah Browning, Teri Ellen Cross Davis, Doritt Carroll and José Padua.
"Latin@ Rising: An Anthology of Latin@ Science Fiction and Fantasy." Forthcoming, 2017 (print)
"Through the right ventricle" and "Two unique souls."
Edited by Matthew David Goodwin.
Representative authors include: Carl Marcum, Junot Díaz, Ana Castillo, Daniel José Older, Carmen Maria Machado.
"The apples within" and "Polar opposites." July, 2016. (print)
Published alongside Zachary Schomburg.