Most of my poetry has been published in print – journals, anthologies, book format – rather than online.  However I can offer a few online examples below.


Ushi no Toki Mairi, selected as part of Mills College’s 580Split Fever Dreams issue, published and presented in a reading April 29 2022.


The 随筆 | Zuihitsu notebook  features original art by Satsuki Shibuya.

My zuihitsu poem “Unsuitable for five or six blocks” and also notes on writing zuihitsu was featured April 15, 2022 as part of the  The Margins’ Zuihitsu Notebook, hosted by the Asian American Writers’ Workshop.




I read my own poem for Spokane NPR’s Poetry Moment series “What to expect from the Hadron Collider as a College Roommate.”  (You can find me reading other folks’ poems there as well – Erin Malone, Allen Braden, Taylor Byas, Lorraine Healy.)


March 24, 2022 My poem reprinted from Asimov’s Magazine of Science Fiction “Messaging the Dead” appears as poem of the day.

For Feb 1 2022, Jan Wallace read my poem for Spokane’s NPR station: The Tires Hold the Road on their Rims for Poetry Moment.

You can read the winner of the 2021 Auburn Witness Poetry Prize, selected by Pulitzer Prize winner Jericho Brown at the Southern Humanities Review site:  “Slouching like a velvet rope”
Strange Horizons featured a longer poem of mine online and in its podcast:

Uncanny Magazine has featured several of my poems online, including:

Terrain.org included me in their online Letters to America. (2017)

I won the Nassau Reward Writer Award in 2015 for “Automata Factory” (it was a technology-themed contest that year) with this poem: “Automata Factory.”

Kathleen Flenniken, when she was Washington State poet laureate in 2013, kindly included my poem “Speaking Language” as a reprint on her official blog, The Far Field.

“Hungry is Where We Start “(with audio), published in May 2012 by Terrain.org – a journal of the built and natural environments

“Ode to the Tampon”, one of my poems included in the anthology Fire on Her Tongue, was excerpted as part of an online review at Rattle in February 2012.

“Padlock,” The Seattle Times’ Poem of the Day, April 2009