Selected Poetry and Fiction

Poetry

“Strandbeest Dreams,” cowritten with José M. Jimenez, in Sunvault: Stories of Solarpunk and Eco-Speculation.

The Axolotl Inquest,” Uncanny Magazine.

Why My Father Won’t Be At My Wedding,” Polu Texni. Putting the playfully “strange” in estrangement.

Nuestra Señora de las Maravillas Lost at Sea, 1857,” Strange Horizons. From Charles Payseur’s review: “This poem is a battle, a violence done, a retribution from the ocean…”

“Aboard the Transport Tesoro” in Uncanny Magazine, Issue 7. Ancestor worship in the future, in our bodies.

glass womb” at Interfictions.com. “the obscure and frightening territory between siblings”

Levity” in Through the Gate. A short, whimsical piece.

Love Letters for the Itinerant” in Liminality

Golden Age” in Devilfish Review. Mortality through the prism of sci-fi.

Una Canción de Keys,” Strange HorizonsFamily, food, and ghosts. Longish.

The Skin-walker’s Wife,” Strange Horizons; reprinted in Nightmare Magazine, Queers Destroy Horror! special issue. (in)fidelity, transformation, liberation.

Teratoma Lullaby,” Stone TellingFamily, autonomy, body horror. Longish.

we come together we fall apart,” Stone Telling, reprinted in Here, We Cross. Sexuality, identity, family, magic sheep. Goddamn long.

“Riveted,” Flying Higher: An Anthology of Superhero Poetry. Mothers and daughters, heroines and reality.

Hello Kitty, Hello Blood,” Lakeside Circus. “a thimble full of darkness”

The Haunted Girl,” Goblin Fruit, reprinted in The Moment of Change: An Anthology of Feminist Speculative Poetry. Critique of misogyny in horror films. Longish, graphic.

Fiction

“The Flying Camel Goes to Tigerwood,” Solar Punk Press.

“Bilingual, or Mouth to Mouth,” Podcastle, originally published in The Haunted Girl.

“The Pearl in the Oyster, and the Oyster under Glass,” Fungi. Environmental science fiction, species dysphoria. Reprinted in The Haunted Girl.

“Cloud One,” Cicada. Theology and car shows; also, chickens.

“Gehenesis,” Brutarian Quarterly. Mythic horror, graphic. Reprinted in The Haunted Girl.

“The ‘Ludes,” Escape Pod. Bleeding eyes and classical music. Reprinted in The Haunted Girl.

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