Literary

Poetry

2020. “The Last Hymn at Kilometre Zero.The Imaginative Conservative. (26 April).

2019. “Anaith a Pyne.” Lallans 95 (Yuil).

2018. “Das Tal Parnaß.” Druidenstein 18 (Alban Eilir): 8.

2017. “She Kneels by Ruins.” Enheduanna: A Pagan Literary Journal 2 (Samhain): 40.

2017. “A Cross Will Always Blossom.” Vahid 3 (Spring): 16.

2017. “The Wind.” Dakota County Library, 24 May. [Second place in the Dakota County Library Poetry Contest.]

2016. “Ma Gu.” Enheduanna: A Pagan Literary Journal 1 (Samhain): 62.

2016. “Le firmament.” Menhir 6 (Beltaine): 14.

2016. “A Prayer Upon My Recitations” and “Az-Zahra.” Vahid 2 (Spring): 18, 21.

2016. “Sai Kala,” “Dehiscence,” and “Crepusculum.” Druid 1, no. 3 (Winter): 71–2.

2016. “À la Sainte-Vierge.” Menhir 5 (Imbolc): 34.

2015. “An Arsonist Reads Anne Bradstreet.” Bloodstone Review 1, no. 2: 12.

2015. “Das Eichenblatt.” Druidenstein 12 (Lughnasad): 5.

2015. “Comment la Terre se fit décrire une orbite autour de la Lune.” Menhir 3 (Lugnasad): 30.

2015. “15 April 1865,” “The Ballad of Augustin Lefavre,” and “The Killing Fields.” Footnote: A Literary Journal of History 1.

2014. “Purgatorio Tripping.” Crucible (Fall).

2014. “Thirst.” IN MY BED 5, no. 1 (August).

2014. “Early Morn.” The Exhibit 2 (May).

2014. “A Pastor Explains the Cold War to a Child.” Triggerfish Critical Review 12: 6.

2014. “De said” and “Auten di.” The Kalyna Review (Spring): 60–2.

2014. “C12H22O11” and “Feverdream.” IN MY BED 4, no. 3 (February): 21.

2013. “Milkomeda.” Chrysalis 5 (December): 11.

2013. “Wi-wanyang-wa-c’i-pi.” Soul Path (December): 47.

2013. “Solitate.” INTERNOVAS.

2013. “Visio.” Abridged 0, no. 34: 30.

2013. “Omeyocan.” Greensilk Journal (Fall): 3.

2013. “To a Blackbird in the School Courtyard.” Miller’s Pond 16, no. 3 (Fall).

2013. “Sol Victus.” Almanac de Interlingua 44 (August): 1.

2013. “The Koi Pond.” Symmetry Pebbles (26 June).

2013. “At Plata del Mar.” Everyday Poems (4 June).

2013. “Memoroj de alia mond’.” Esperantista Tribuno 27, no. 1: 19. [First prize in the EKRA-2013 International Literary Competition. Also published in Literatura Foiro.]

2013. “The Magpie.” Brigid’s Fire (Beltaine): 35.

2013. “The Bateleur” and “The Hanged Man.” ATA Quarterly (Spring): 15, 29.

2012. “Hyperborea.” Assisi: An Online Journal of Arts & Letters 3, no. 1-2 (Fall/Spring): 11.

2013. “A Casanova Confesses to Lord Krishna,” “Biocentrism,” and “Tandava.” Hitherto 3 (April).

2013. “The leaves’ veins and mine…” Extract(s) (17 April).

2013. “I-5 N.” Lunch Ticket (Winter/Spring).

2012. “The Contrail.” Kudzu Review 2, no. 2 (Winter Solstice): 18.

2012. “Storm over Yucatan.” Chrysalis 2 (November): 8.

2012. “Pharmacopoeia.” in/words 12, no. 1 (Fall): 3.

2012. “Aŭtuno II,” “La malprismo,” “Memoroj,” and “Sajid Kutb.” La Riverego 108: 24-7.

2012. “Sample 70215, 84.” Cha: An Asian Literary Journal 16. [“Highly Recommended”, Cha “Encountering” Poetry Contest.]

2012. “Nightcap.” Red River Review (February): 16.

2012. “The Opium Eater’s Idyll.” Terracotta Typewriter 9: 25.

2011. “A Commentary on Genesis 19:28.” Dilate Magazine 857: 11.

2011. “Morning moon dissolves…” The Asahi Shimbun (17 November).

2011. “Cyrenaica” and “Open Letter to the NYPD, 18 September 2011.” Catholic Worker Journal 9.

2011. “A Day at the River.” Victorian Violet Press 8.

2011. “The Faith of the Arbour.” Victorian Violet Press 7.

2011. “Nanoj.” Sennaciulo 11–12: 34.

2011. “Diego’s Shoes.” Tattoo Highway 21. [Second prize in “Picture Worth Five Hundred Words” contest.]

2010. “Ode to a Hmong Dancer.” Word in the World: Concordia University Graduate Journal in Theological Studies 3, no. 1: 93.

2010. “La Lulkanto de la Paraĥestro.” Taj Mahal Review 9, no. 2.

2010. “Associations” and “Closing Time.” The Maynard 3, no. 6.

2010. “The Prophet,” “Hellessaga,” and “The Ballad of Augustin Lefavre.” The Eclectic Muse: A Poetry Journal 16: 47–8.

2010. “Amérique.” decomP (October).


Drama

2011. “The Murder of Archimedes Webern.” ITCH 8.


Fiction

2012. “Inger.” LQQK (21 October).

2011. “The Life and Career of Carrera Vilcas.” The Caterpillar Chronicles 2.


Essays

2020. “Why ‘Western Civ’ Is Losing Its Appeal.’ The Imaginative Conservative (17 May).

2016. “The God of Abraham, Sarah, and Hagar.” Feminism & Religion (25 October).

2011. “On Art for Art’s Sake.” The Montreal Review (November).

2011. “On Encounters With Trees.” Defenestration (October).

2010. “On a Friend Who is on Display in the New York Public Library.” Word in the World: Concordia University Graduate Journal in Theological Studies 3, no. 1: 80–1.


Songs

2015. “The Decision.” Unreleased. [Cowritten with Jaime Jiménez.]


Translations

Blass, Ernst. 2012. “Longing [Sehnsucht],” “The Summer Was… [Der Sommer war…],” “Fall [Herbst],” “Sunday Afternoon [Sontagnachmittag],” “To Gladys [An Gladys],” “Pleasure/Desire [Lust],” “The Poet [Der Dichter],” “Café [Cafe],” “Homeward [Gen Haus],” “The Evening [Der Abend],” “August Night [Augustnacht],” “The Separation [Die Trennung].” Pilvax: Writing from Central Europe 8: 30–5.

Verlaine, Paul. 2011. “A Poem for Eugène Carrière.” The Mountain Astrologer 159: 80.