“MY MOSQUE IS THE HOUSE NEXT DOOR OWNED BY YOUR NEIGHBOR IMRAN THE IMAM” in Triquarterly, 157.
Three poems in Hobart.
“salat on the first day of school” in Ninth Letter, 16.2.
Two poems in The Florida Review, 43.2.
“salat the morning after a terrorist attack” in Cordite Poetry Review, 94: BAYT.
“ghazal after ghazal after leaving my ex” in Bennington Review, Issue Seven.
“salat for the water in my drowning daughter’s lungs” in Yemassee Review, 26.1.
“early to the dentist” in The Southeast Review, 37.2.
“Salat During Graveyard” in Grist, Issue 12.
“THE POEM IS WHERE I KILL MY DARLINGS” in The Shallow Ends.
Two poems in Nimrod, Vol. 62. No.2
“balikbayan to show I’m Filipino” in Strange Horizons, Issue 8.
“6 ways to use a bank lobby pen” in The Journal, 43.2.
“a general sense of belonging” in Poetry Northwest, Poem of the Week.
“Cul-de-Sac” in Narrative, Poem of the Week.
Three poems in Seventh Wave, Issue 9.
Three poems in FlyPaper Magazine, Issue X.
“when i say wolf” in Lantern Review, Issue 7.1.
Two poems in Shenandoah, Vol. 68, No. 1.
“salat departing LAX the week after a terrorist attack” in Nashville Review, Issue 27.
Two poems in IDK Magazine, Issue 5.
“What child is this” in Tahoma Literary Review, Issue 13.
Two poems in Boston Accent Lit, Issue 15.
“lingua franca” in Crab Creek Review, Fall 2018.
Two poems in Occulum, Issue 9.
Two poems in Yes Poetry, October 2018 Poet of the Month.
“when you realize your child is drowning in a hotel pool” in The American Journal of Poetry, Volume 5.
Two poems in Cascadia Rising Review, Issue 2.
Three poems in Across the Margin.
Two poems in Arcturus Magazine.
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