Blue Views” — Phantom

Advanced Fantasies Of the Cross-Bronx Expressway” — Colorado Review

Visionary Labors Of the Astoria Pool” — Colorado Review

Some Measure Of Our Aftermath” — Cream City Review

Poem That Wants To Be Called the Westside Highway” — Poetry

A Partial View Of the Triborough” — Poetry


Poem Where the Airplane Is Torn Apart” — Denver Quarterly

Poem For the Opening Of the Hamilton Fish Park Pool, 1936” — The New Yorker

Two Flags” — Ampersand Review

Figure 5” — Ampersand Review

Flag” — Ampersand Review

Fenway Court” — The Volta


Days of Future Dwell” — Poets.org

The Pennsylvania Station Sequence” — Driftless Review


Oh, Stereo,” “Erosion Studies,” “On Future Reflections” — Better: Issue 1

What Is Good Appears, What Appears Is Good,” “To Move the Crowd” — Bomb

Spy Poem” — Nonsite.org: March 24, 2012


A Few Parties,” “This Way I Know the Direction” — Love Among the Ruins: Issue 2

Without Discussion” — Poets.org


Descend, Descend” — Octopus Magazine: Issue 14


A Discrete or Continuous Sequence of Measurable Events Distributed in Time” — Fou Magazine: Issue 3

Population Oxygen,” “Honky Maison With Voice-Over,” “Each H (VI),” “A mountain is,” “A Clean Shirt” — Pool: Vol. 8


The Greenness of Grass Is a Positive Quality” — Boston Review: Vol. 32, July/August


A Uselessness of Amadons,” — Denver Quarterly: Vol. 40, No. 4

Pass-Pass, or All My Pulses,” “Oblong,” “Patriot Face,” “Language Isn’t My First English” — h_ngm_n: Issue 5

High Blood,” “Molars On a Tinfoil Carpet,” “Prescriptions & Eyeballs” — La Petite Zine: Issue 18

Nutmeg Song,” “Aspic Heart,” “You Saw the Dog & Knew He’d Come for You,” “Hank’s Got a Dry Tongue,” “Palm Sunday Was Years Ago” — No Tell Motel

To Samuel Amadon,” “The Sun Would Be a Hornet Sooner Than a House On Fire” — Typo: Issue 8


A Dirty Trick” — American Poetry Review: Vol. 34, No. 2

Wells” — Western Humanities Review: Vol. LIX, No. 2