Poems & Videos
Check out some of my online published poems, newer publications are at the bottom of this list!
Only What I Can Do chosen from my chapbook by Garrison Keillor for the Writer’s Almanac
Barb and Dori, and Dori: Mid-Life, published at Words’ Worth Poetry Readings, The official poetry program of the Seattle City Council, site. I read these 2 poems at the April 9, 2008 Culture, Civil Right, Health, and Personnel Committee Meeting. Watch the video from this series of readers.
The Wrong Funeral in the former online journal Writers Hood, where it was Poem of the Month July 2003
I Don’t Want to Write a Poem About Costco in Blossombones
We Say Stop in The Election Anthology: While the He/art Pants (Poetic Responses to the 2008 Election)
Truth, Late Blooms, a Poetry Postcard Series, Honorable Mention
Chevy Impala ’60 & My Brave Lynx in Chicken Pinata
Ice Storm, Early 1950s in Hot Metal Press
Four poems: Sulfur Cravings in the Dead of Winter, She Dies For, Roast Egg, The Grounding Root, in Future Earth Magazine, Volume 3 Part 1, Theme: Food: Hunger & Satiety (PDF download)
One of the Many published online at Qarrtsiluni in their issue themed: The Crowd. This issue was zapped as one of the best journals on the internet in the blog The Best American Poetry (October 21, 2010)
Stonewall published on November 30, 2010 in Qarrtsiluni‘s Crowd issue; a persona poem dedicated to those brave men who started the gay revolution when they were outraged by a police raid while mourning Judy Garland’s death.
VIDEO of my poem “Stonewall,” posted on Vimeo! (More videos linked below.)
“At the Edge of Extreme Kink” & “The Damage of Objectification,” and “On Guard” published online in Anti-Heroin Chic Magazine
“Traveling Together” Riverbabble 29
VIDEO recording of my reading at C&P Coffeehouse in West Seattle in March 2016. Selections from No Father Can Save Her and from truth be bold—Serenading Life & Death in the Age of AIDS (before it was published)
[In my fairy tale life], published in the Summer 2016 issue of River & South Review
“Green Witch with AIDS,” published online at HIV Here & Now, and will be featured in their upcoming anthology. This poem also appeared in The Unprecedented Review
“Ass Politics,” published in The Seattle Review of Books
“Sarcoma Scourge,” published in the Paddock Review
VIDEO of my poem “Larks” (Vimeo link, videos I make are also on You Tube)
VIDEO of my poem “Glints of Crystal”
VIDEO of my poem “Twisted Gut Desire”
VIDEO I read “Methadone Wanderer” from Case Walking & 3 poems from truth be bold for my friend & poet Don Yorty in NYC
“Miracle Meds” published online on HIV Here & Now on November 4, 2017
“At The Table” published online at Writing In A Woman’s Voice on November 26, 2017
“Ancestor Grounds” published online at Writing In A Woman’s Voice on December 2, 2017
“Questions of Enough” published online at Writing In A Woman’s Voice on January 18, 2018
“Trumpet Song for Father” published online at Writing In A Woman’s Voice on January 19, 2018
“Lil’ Tee” published online at Poetry Breakfast on January 22, 2018.
“The Call to the Common Woman” published online at the Feminist Collective on Februray 25, 2018
“The Unfinished Child” published online at The Bees Are Dead Webzine on February 26, 2018
“This Thing, Love: A Hole” published online at Spillwords on March 5, 2018
“Ordinary Essentials” published online at Seattle Review of Books on March 6, 2018 as part of my Poet in Residence for the month of March.
“How I Came to this World” published online at Seattle Review of Books on March 13, 2018 on week two as their Poet in Residence for the month of March.
“Leakage: A Minor Problem” published online at the Feminine Collective on March 18, 2018.
“Rusty Chain Heritage” published online at Seattle Review of Books on March 20, 2018 on week three as their Poet in Residence for the month of March.
“Waking” published online at Seattle Review of Books on March 27, 2018 on week four as their Poet in Residence for the month of March.
“A new line cracked down this body” published online at HIV Here & Now on April 2, 2018 as part of their revived countdown for National Poetry Month.
“The Train Station in Chihuahua” published online at the Feminine Collective on April 16, 2018.
“Restless at 3 A.M.” published online at Voices in the Wind on May 1, 2018.