Poems/Awards/In the Media


2021 Harbor Review Editor’s Prize, Finalist

Agnostic as a Young Girl, Finalist for the 2021 Lumiere Review Writing Contest

Finalist for the 2021 Subnivean Award (forthcoming)

Pushcart Nominated Poems

Cartouche (Dying Dahlia Review, 2018)

Chuseok (West Trestle Review, 2020)

Clean (Rogue Agent, 2020)

ask louie (Persephone’s Daughters, 2020)

Upcoming Publications

The Underwater Railroad (Summer, 2021), Lantern Review, June, 2021) The Subnivean (June, 2021) Honey Literary (July, 2021) Diode (July, 2021) and Literary Mama (July) 2021)

Published Works

(Literary Mama) Book of Stingers

(Rust & Moth) Gold

(Motherwell) Can’t

(Poets Reading the News) Mercy

(Dissonance) Taking my Daughter Out for Smoothies

(Negative Capability: Feature Poet) Questions for my Mother & Chambered Nautilus

(Kissing Dynamite: Feature Poet) Pantoum for my Father

(Mom Egg Review) I Ask the Pearl Diver to Bring You Back From the Dead

(Cross & Crow Keys) Locked Door/Open Door

(trampset) “Seoul, 1988

(The Wild Word) The Last Time I Held My Sister

Poem in “Dead of Winter” by Milk & Cake Press

(Porcupine Literary) Safe & Bomb

(Poets Reading the News) Owl in the City

(Rough Cut Press) Saved

(Rogue Agent) Clean

(West Trestle) Two poems: Chuseok Keeping Watch

(The Mantle) Dear Whitney, on Your 57th Birthday

(Black Flowers Journal) Around Every Corner

(South Florida Poetry Journal) The Last Time I Prayed

(Shimmer Spring) First Morning & Paris, June 2017

(Barnstorm Literary Journal) Dear Julia

(Wondrous Real) When I Google: Is There a Patron Saint of Suicides

(Sublunary Review) Michigan Winter, 1983

(SWWIM) What Mattered

(Rattle) Attending a 12-Step Meeting After Learning That Rust Has Grown on the Moon

(Ghost City Review) There is Nothing Else

(FEED: Issue 1.21) How to Pray After Loss to Suicide & What Blooms

(Anti-Heroin Chic) Grief in Quarantine, Memory of Water, & How to Make Pancakes for a Dead Boy

(Dying Dahlia Review) Cartouche

(Easy Street) The Planet, the Star, & the Darkness

(Vagabond City Lit) Two Days After Christmas

(The Fem) 10 Alternate Names for the Dead Addict

(Rise Up Review) Our Country

(The Missing Slate) Happy Days

(TRIVIA: Voices of Feminism) Bathing Scene From Marguerite Duras’ “The Lover”

(Saturday Series: Poetry as it Ought to be) Featured Poet: Joan Glass

(Literary Mama) The Way We Were

(Visceral Uterus) Boredom Never Killed Any One

(Right Hand Pointing) What Remains

(Haggard and Halloo) On the Death of a Neighbor

(Smith College Alumae Quarterly) Ode to an Alumnae Magazine

(The Blue Hour) The Laundry, Love

(Pyrokinection) On the Anniversary of Her Death

Events/In the Media

Frontier Poetry Feature: #exceptionalpoetry

(New Haven Register) “An exciting time to be a poet’: Milford’s poet laureate wants to inspire youth

(West Trestle Review) Cross Ties: on Poet Eugenia Leigh

Smith College Poetry Center Alumnae Panel (August, 2021)

The Blue Hour (Estuary Collective): AAPI Writers Panel (May, 2021)

The Subnivean Award Poetry Reading (April 2021)

Connecticut Poet Laureates National Poetry Month Poetry Reading

A Mighty Blaze, Feature Poet

Milford Arts Council, Earth Day Spoken Word Event

Connecticut Poet Laureates Read for National Poetry Month

Milford Living Magazine, Spring 2021