Poems from Everything in the Universe also appeared in Kenyon Review, The Volta, The Account, Calyx, and the Southern Poetry Anthology, volume VI. 


Poems from Cracker Sonnets also appeared in Quarterly West, Bluestem, and Hard Lines: Rough South Poetry anthology. Some of the true stories of this cast of characters were based on Holy Mackerels.



Creeks of the Upper South was co-authored with William Wright and published in collaboration between Jacar Press and Unicorn Press.

Poems in this collection first appeared in and Appalachian Heritage, among other journals.



Essays in Think I’ll Go Eat a Worm also appeared in Gastronomica, Kenyon Review, and Waveform: Twenty-First-Century Essays by Women (University of Georgia Press)


Wherever the Land Is was published in 2016 by MIEL, and contains essays first published in DIAGRAM, Denver Quarterly, and Tupelo Quarterly


Cracker crumbs in the bed, rhinestones was published in 2014 by Dancing Girl Press


The Garden Will Give You A Fat Lip was published in 2012 by Pavement Saw Press


Farm was published in 2010 by Finishing Line Press


There Are No New Ways To Kill A Man was published in 2008 by Apostrophe Books