Individual poems, haiga (haiku with visual art), or works of fiction are published or forthcoming in:



  • Wild Voices: An Anthology of Short Poetry & Art by Women, Vol. 2, ed. Caroline Skanne (Wildflower Poetry Press, 2018).
  • Atlas Poetica Science Fiction Tanka and Kyoka Special Feature (Kei Books, 2018).
  • They Gave Us Life: Celebrating Mothers, Fathers and Others in Haiku, ed. Robert Epstein, 2017.
  • Earthsigns: An Anthology of Poems Commemorating the 2017 Haiku North America Conference, ed. Michael Dylan Welch and Scott Wiggerman (Press Here, Sammamish, WA, 2017).
  • Beer, Wine & Spirits Anthology (WorldEnough Writers, forthcoming).
  • Troubdour: An Anthology of Music-Inspired Poetry, ed. Kate Garrett and Robert De Born (Picaroon Press, 2017). 
  • EarthRise Rolling Haiku Collaboration (The Haiku Foundation, 2017).
  • A Rustling and Waking Within: Poems Inspired by the Arts in Ohio, ed. Sharon Fish Mooney (OPA Press, 2017).
  • Neon Graffiti: Tanka and Other 5-Line Poems of Contemporary Life, ed. M. Kei (Kei Books, 2017).
  • Of Burgers & Barrooms: Stories & Poems (Main Street Rag Publishing Company, forthcoming).
  • Poems about Music, ed. Shawn Aveningo (The Poetry Box, 2016).
  • Lipsmack: A Sampler Platter from NightBallet Press, Year Three, ed. Dianne Borsenik (NightBallet Press, 2014).
  • Everything Stops and Listens, ed. Steve Abbott (Ohio Poetry Association, 2013).
  • The Ides of March: An Anthology of Ohio Poets, ed. Hannah Stephenson (Columbus Creative Cooperative, 2013).
  • Delirious: A Poetic Celebration of Prince, ed. Dianne Borsenik (NightBallet Press, 2016).
  • The Hessler Street Fair Anthology, ed. John Burroughs (Crisis Chronicles Press, 2016).
  • The Living Haiku Anthology
  • Dandelion in a Vase of Roses (Johnson Publications and Artistic Creations, 2017).