also in print


Queer Nature: A Poetry Anthology | Autumn House Press, edited by Michael Walsh | “Estuary”

Bamboo Ridge | Issue #122: Snaring the Sun | “A Thermospangled Declaration,” “Calls to Announce a Survived Existence” from A Queer Ornithology

They Rise Like a Wave: An Anthology of Asian American Women Poets | Blue Oak Press “Cedar Waxwings, Pyracantha,” from A Queer Ornithology, “Islanders Waiting for Snow,” from Inside Me an Island

Massachusetts Review | “The Language of Recognition: One Indigenous Approach to Pedagogy”


Stillpoint Magazine | Issue 009: TENDER | “Good Eye to the Boughs” from A Queer Ornithology


Living Nations, Living Worlds: A Map of First Peoples Poetry | Library of Congress Story Map, Curated by U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo

When the Light of the World Was Subdued, Our Songs Came Through | A Norton Anthology of Native Nations Poetry, Edited by Joy Harjo

Foglifter Vol 5. Issue 2 | “That Mockspangled Banner or, An Unincorporated Amendment” from A Queer Ornithology

13 Moons 13 Meals | Pulan Collective Chapbook


The Learned Pig | “Song to Curse the Industrial Revolution,” “Mochong Sees Her Reflection in the Sea” from A Queer Ornithology

World Literature Today | “Calls to Demand a Return (for a Fair Price, in Good Faith) or, With Typhoon Wind: We, Prisoners of Conscience, Protest Bars and Bullets, Swallowed Fledglings, the Gone Hurricane of Pelicans (from alcatraces), and Further Desecrations” from A Queer Ornithology

Kritiker | Swedish translation by Helena Fagertun of selected poems from Inside Me an Island

RedInk Journal  | “Preparing the Body”

Tayo Literary Magazine | “Cedar Waxwings, Pyracantha” from A Queer Ornithology

Poem-a-Day | Academy of American Poets | “Calls to Indicate Safety in Numbers” from A Queer Ornithology

Indigenous Literatures from Micronesia Edited by Evelyn Flores, Emelihter Kihleng | The New Oceania Literary Series | UH Manoa Press


Arc Poetry Magazine | Volume 87 | “Current, I”

Red Ink Journal | “One Way to Predict the Future,””Enchanted Rock, Texas,” “A Walnut Tree,” “A Night Crowded With Night”

Fence | Volume 34 | “Spectator,” “A Curse Dismantled via a Facile Understanding of Photonics”

Lit Hub | New Poetry by Queer Indigenous Women | edited by Natalie Diaz | “Come Sit Around This Stone,” “Low Mountain Lake Song”

Kinalamten Gi Pasifiku (Insights from Oceania)| “A Love Letter to the Chamoru People in the Twenty-first Century”

Hawai’i Review“Capacity” an e-chapbook


Kartika Review  |Asian/Pacific Island Writingscape Commentary |An essay: “In This Current Era”

Nevertheless, #She Persisted | Locofo Chapbook, edited by Barbara Jane Reyes | “hyphenation” , “Kituwah”

A Transpacific Poetics | edited by Sawako Nakayasu and Lisa Samuels | Selected poems from A Bell Made of Stones


Poetry Magazine | “One Kind of Hunger”

Narrative Witness: Indigenous Peoples Australia/United States | International Writing Program, University of Iowa | “Makahna” (short fiction)


Oxalis (Dropleaf Press) | “An Oiled Groove,” “Your Distraction Was Mechanism”


Storyboard: A Journal of Pacific Imagery |“Kituwah,” | Volume 12 | The University of Guam

Witness | Selected poems from Actions | The Black Mtn. Institute

The Anthology of Indigenous Writers of Micronesia | Fiction: “Ghuåhan”


Platte Valley Review | Selected poems from Actions | Volume 33

The Offending Adam | “Banana Queen,” “Letters from an Island”
Volume 083

Nano Fiction | “Just Because I Was Sleeping Does Not Mean I Dreamed It” Volume 4.2


The Fiction at Work Biannual Report|”Goliath”

Tinfish Journal | Selected poems | Volume 20

dislocate | Nonfiction: “Reticulation,” Contaminated Essay Contest Winner| Issue 6


Versal | “Suit” | Issue VII

Fiction at Work | “Goliath” | July 1st Edition