Books We Can’t Quit: Autobiography of a Face, by Lucy Grealy, PANK, December

“Animals as Aperture: How Three Essayists Use Animals to Convey Meaning and Emotion,” Assay: A Journal of Nonfiction Studies, September

“Consider the Lilies,” serialized in The Lost Daughters, September

“The Dollhouse,” a photo essay, Revolution John Magazine, June 27 (no longer active)

AWP Guest blogger, “AWP@2015: Alternative Fuel Sources-The Non-Narrative EssayIn Present Tense: Assay’s blog: A Journal of Nonfiction Studies, April 11

O’ Father Where Art Thou?Revolution John Magazine, March, 19 (no longer active)

“Consider the Lilies” Literary Orphans, February 11

Deciding Whether or Not to Kill the Chicken & Ugly, Harmless Creatures Danse Macabre, issue 82

“The Calf,” The Notebook: A Progressive Journal for Women & Girls with Rural & Small Town Roots, Vol 1, Issue 1, July

“What to Expect When You Least Expect It,” Drafthorse: August 24

“If Wishes Were Horses,” TueNight.com, November 18
“If the Spirit Moves,” TueNight.com, November 4

“Puppet Tragedy” Hotel Amerika, Vol. 11, Number 1


“Mother’s Day,” 51% The Women’s Perspective, WAMC-NPR (90.3 FM)


“Sooner or Later Everybody Leaves,” Rosebud, Vol. 1, Issue 2

Guest Editor


“The Notebook: A Journal for Rural Women and Girls,” The Home issue, Volume #2, April 22



“Listening to Women is a Form of Political Action” Review of The Bindercast, Entropy Magazine, May 6

“Books We Can’t Quite: Autobiography of a Face by Lucy Grealy,” PANK, December 2

“The Common Ground of the Universe, A Review of ‘A Solemn Pleasure’ by Melissa Pritchard, Atticus Review, October 4

“Protagonist, Antagonist, Sympathizer, Spy, Review of ‘The Sympathizer,’ ” by Viet Thanh Nguyen, Consequence Magazine, June 17


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