Most of my poetry has been published in print – journals, anthologies, book format – rather than online. However I can offer a few online examples here.
Strange Horizons featured a longer poem of mine online and in its podcast:
- Podcast: A crowd of yakubyō gami (pestilence yōkai), Podcasts, Issue 1 February 2021
- A crowd of yakubyō gami (pestilence yōkai), Poetry, Issue 1 February 2021
Uncanny Magazine has featured several of my poems online, including:
- One about a ceiling hanger yokai and another called a Buruburu…
- Okuri Inu, or the sending-off dog demon was published in 2018 and nominated for a Rhysling Award (the main speculative poetry award) in 2019!
- The old woman who hands you an apple (2017)
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.
“Padlock,” The Seattle Times’ Poem of the Day, April 2009