Editor, Subjective Geography: A Poet’s Thoughts on Life and Craft, by Madeline DeFrees, Lynx House Press, 2018.
Editor, Where the Horse Takes Wing: The Uncollected Poems of Madeline DeFrees, Two Sylvias Press, forthcoming.
“Branch,” Signs of Life: Contemporary Jewelry Art and Literature, 2015.
“A Thought in the Shape of a Bird,” The Far Field: Washington State Poet Laureate Blog, July 1, 2012.
“A Thought in the Shape of a Bird,” Crab Creek Review, 2010 Vol. 2, p. 46.
“Sketches of an Afternoon,” A River and Sound Review, Spring 2009.
“Partial Inventory,” The Los Angeles Review, Volume 14, Fall 2013,
“Fog: A Study,” Fugue, Winter / Spring 2012, p. 37.
“René,” Colorado Review, Spring 2010.
“Winter Wheat,” Short Takes: Brief Encounters with Contemporary Nonfiction, W.W. Norton & Company, 2005, pp. 82-87.
“Writing Memoir and Poetry, Studying with Mentors and Peers: Interview with Anne McDuffie, Recent MFA Low Residency Program Graduate,” Interview with Sheila Bender, Writing It Real, June 20, 2012.
“A Kitchen Table Interview with Madeline DeFrees,” Crab Creek Review, 2009, Vol. II, pp. 37-59.
And everything a scenic view: It Shouldn’t Have Been Beautiful by Lia Purpura, Seattle Review of Books, March 2016.
The Year of Perfect Happiness by Becky Adnot-Haynes, Colorado Review, September 2015.
Ongoingness: The End of a Diary by Sarah Manguso, Colorado Review, September 2015.
MOTHERs by Rachel Zucker, Colorado Review, December 2014.
Seven Views of the Same Landscape by Esther Tusquets, translated by Barbara F. Ichiischi, Colorado Review, June 2014.
Innocent Eye: A Passionate Look at Contemporary Art by Patricia Rosoff. Colorado Review, October 2013.