Publications

Edited Anthologies:

Recollected: Tales of Life and WarOklahoma Arts Council (OAC), Mongrel Empire Press (2016)

Poetry Collections:

Red Fields: Poems from Iraq, Mongrel Empire Press (2012) Color Images, Powell’s Books, Barnes&Noble, Amazon

In the Rubble at Our Feet, Rose Rock Press (2011)

 

Publications in Academic/Literary Journals:

Fiction:

Proud to Be: Writing by American Warriors, Volume 6, Southeast Missouri State University Press (2017), “They Wanted Food”

Poetry:

Ain’t Gonna Be Treated This Way, Anthology, Edited by Dorothy Parker,Village Books Press (2017), “How to Handle a Trump Presidency: In his Words” & “Congratulations”

Stone Renga Poem, Tale Feathers Press (2016), “Drought-stricken”

The 580 Mixtapes, Dolly Press (2016), “Red Prairie”

Blue Streak, Military Experience and the Arts (2014), “Modern Art”

World Literature  Today, WLT (Nov 2013), “Dream Song Delta 1-39”

So it Goes, KVML(June 2013), “We called him Martha Stewart”

Cross Timbers, USAO (Fall 2012), “Subjects of Merriment,” “Iraqis”

Proud To Be: Writing by American Warriors, Anthology, Edited by Susan Swartwout, Southeast Missouri State UP (November 2012), “Sulfur and Moonshine,” “Picking up the Slack”                  Barnes&Noble, Amazon

Remembrances of Wars Past: A War Veterans Anthology, Edited by Henry Tonn (October 2012), “Dear Mr. Sandman,” “I Heard a Fly Buzz,” “Gunpoint,” “What’s for Dinner, Doc?”              Powell’s Books, Barnes&NobleAmazon

Gold Mine, Cameron University (2010),  “Medivac” and “Convoy”

New Mexico Poetry Review (2010), “High Stakes” and “Damned Kids”

Connecticut Review (2010), “Dear Mr. Sandman,” Mind at War – artwork

Sugar Mule #35, anthologized in Ain’t Nobody That Can Sing Like Me: An Anthology of New Oklahoma Writers, edited by Jeanetta Calhoun Mish (2010), “Red Fields,” “Baghdad International,” “Fort Sill’s New Housing Division” and “Nanna’s Blackberry Cobbler”            Powell’s Books, Barns & Noble, Amazon