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:


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


Ain’t Gonna Be Treated This Way, Anthology, Edited by Dorothy Alexander,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