“Rabbit, Cat, Girl.” Resurrection House XIII. Ed. Mark Teppo. Puyallup, WA, 2015.
“Bathhouse (or Liberty).” West Wind Review. (Southern Oregon State College) Ed. Jay Van Tussenbrook and Jeffrey Bershaw. Chelsea, MI: Bookcrafters, 1995.
“Oil and Water.” West Wind Review. (Southern Oregon State College) Ed. Jay Van Tussenbrook and Jeffrey Bershaw. Chelsea, MI: Bookcrafters, 1995.
“Cushion & Frame.” Bayou Magazine, issue 72. New Orleans: University of New Orleans Press, 2020.
“A Little Poetry Machine Among Them: Seeing Eloise Klein Healy.” Lunch Ticket. 17 June 2016.
“The Bit Jar.” The Manifest-Station. Autumn 2014.
“Breast-shaped lunchbox.” Open Salon. September 11, 2012.
“Firefly Ghosts.” Coming Home: The Guide to Yellow Springs. Yellow Springs, OH: Yellow Springs News, 2006.
“Fit.” The Knitter’s Gift: An Inspirational Bag of Words, Wisdom and Craft. Ed. Bernadette Murphy. Avon, MA: Adams Media, 2004.
“The Climber.” Mothering Magazine. June 2008.
Received Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence Award for creative nonfiction, fiscal year 2018.
Short story “Curb Day” chosen for Year’s Best Weird Fiction vol. 5. Ed. Robert Shearman and Michael Kelly. Toronto: Undertow Publications, 2018. (Original publication: Shadows And Tall Trees 7 . Undertow Publications. Ed. Michael Kelly. Toronto, Canada, 2017.)
Short story “Rabbit, Cat, Girl” chosen for Years’ Best Weird Fiction, Vol. 3, Undertow Publications. Ed. Simon Strantzas and Michael Kelly. Toronto: Undertow Publications, 2016. (Original publication: Resurrection House XIII. Ed. Mark Teppo. Puyallup, WA, 2015.)
Unpublished novel, The Watery Girl, finalist in 2012 and 2013 for Many Voices Project at New Rivers Press.
Learning to disarm the inner critic, Yellow Springs News interview with Megan Bachman, October 25, 2018.
Antioch University Los Angeles alumna interview, September 2018.
Shadows And Tall Trees 7 interview with Angela Slatter, May 17, 2017.
Dayton Daily News interview with Ron Rollins, March 28, 2013.
I am Moon Power interview with Sierra Leone, March 25, 2016.
Ron Rollins included my prediction for 2016 on his list in LOCAL VOICES, December 23, 2015.