“Cassandra” (2nd place prize winner in the spring 2021 Sad Girls Club poetry contest)

“Poem in which you must check the box that most accurately describes you” (Porkbelly Press: “Love Me, Love My Belly, No. 5)

“How I Got From My Not-baby to Everyone Else” (finalist in the 2019 Editor’s Prize, Porter House Review)

“Girls Just Wanna Be Fish: The Little Mermaid and curious young women” (Bright Lights Film Journal, May 25, 2020)

“Green, Green Grass: Against Optimism” (Feminista Journal, January 30, 2020)

“More Perfect” (Chaleur Magazine, Spring 2019)

“This Place is Beautiful, This Place is Gross” (Oregon Humanities Magazine: “Beyond the Margins,” 2019)

“Structure Where There Used To Be Nature” (Big Fiction, Issue 8, Spring 2019)

“A Feminist Method of Reading: Anna Kavan and the Illusion of Continuity” (Entropy, March 18, 2019)

“The Uses of Grumpiness” (Culturework, winter 2019)

“I Love Chris” (Entropy, November 20, 2018)

“My Brain is a Slut” (Utterance: A Journal, New Moon Offering, August 10, 2018)

“Providing Poem” (Culturework, Spring 2018)

“Poet in Space” (So to Speak, Spring 2018)

“Disease with a Purpose: Ex-Boyfriends, Abortion and The Fly” (Bright Lights Film Journal, February 19, 2018)

“Silence, or misunderstanding” (long listed in the Cosmonauts Avenue 2017 Non-Fiction Prize, January 2018)

“In Defense of Infiltration” (ASAP/J, November 9, 2017)

“Women, witches, & wellness” (on Anne Sexton, for many gendered mothers)

“The Future of the Lying Body, Overly Attached to Language” (Black Warrior Review, 2016 Non-Fiction Contest runner-up)

Somewhere the / shaking (print chapbook, above/ground press)

(and a review of Somewhere the / shaking in Broken Pencil Magazine)

“I wish I was a professional field-sound impersonator but instead I am a bug” (DUSIE: Tuesday poem #220)

“Manic Pixie Dream Cervix” (The Feminist Wire)

You’re Just an Object to Me (digital chapbook, our teeth press)

Excerpt from Notes on the post-body (Illuminati Girl Gang, Vol. 4)

Excerpt from Notes on the post-body (Gesture, Issue 3)

Conversations and Interviews:

Touch the Donkey supplement #56: seven questions for Sarah Cook (rob mclennan)

A conversation with Jane Joritz-Nakagawa (Horse Less Press)

Older Reviews:

on TC Tolbert’s Gephyromania (Horse Less Press)

on Jenny Drai’s The New Sorrow is Less Than the Old Sorrow (Horse Less Press)

and elsewhere.