POEMS

“All-American Ghazal” in Northwest Review.

“Balikbayan Filled with Theory” in Four Way Review.

“Veterans Day Assembly” in Glass: A Journal of Poetry.

Two poems in Asian American Writers’ Workshop (AAWW) The Margins.

“Salat to be read from right to left” in Poetry and Best New Poets 2020.

“MY MOSQUE IS THE HOUSE NEXT DOOR OWNED BY YOUR NEIGHBOR IMRAN THE IMAM” in TriQuarterly.

Three poems in Hobart.

“THE POEM IS WHERE I KILL MY DARLINGS” in The Shallow Ends.

“a general sense of belonging” in Poetry Northwest.

“when i say wolf” in Lantern Review.

“when you realize your child is drowning in a hotel pool” in The American Journal of Poetry.

ESSAYS

“Where You Want to Be: Notes on Taking Back Sunday to Make White Friends” in The Rumpus, anthologized in BreakBeat Poets Vol. 5: Punk Anthology (forthcoming).

“The Problem with Seattle’s Progressive Chattering Class” in Crosscut.

“To be In the Truth of Us” in Poetry Northwest.

“What Are the Responsibilities of a Literary Insttution?” in Literary Hub, anthologized in Seismic: Seattle, City of Literature ed. Kristen Millares-Young.

“The prophets were Insubordinate too: Ebo Barton embraces responsibility to help ‘make sense of things'” in KNKX.

“Listening to Pop Music with My Daughter and Littlest Self” in Gen Mag.


Photographer: Sonja Lyons