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To recognize the scholarly work of our Saint Rose faculty we present our annual Faculty Achievements listing. The below covers the Spring and Fall 2022 semesters.

We look forward to publishing the next Faculty Achievements, covering the Spring 2023, semester in the fall. Please submit news of publications, conference presentations and workshops, awards, election to professional societies, performances, exhibits, videos podcasts by emailing

Janet Acker

Associate Professor
Social Work LCSW-R


  • Social Work in Mental Health, Taylor & Francis, London, UK. August 2021 – present
  • Advances in Social Work, Indiana University School of Social Work, Indianapolis, IN August
    2020 – present
Emma Bedor Hiland

Assistant Professor

Article for Therapist.comCould your next therapist be a chatbot?

Book Publication:

Therapy Tech: The Digital Transformation of Mental Healthcare, University of Minnesota Press. (October 2021).


  • Book featured – “Book Panel Discussion: Emma Bedor Hiland and Stephanie Larson.” National Communication Association. New Orleans, LA (November 2022) – Description: Rhetorical and Communication Studies scholars respond to two new books: Emma Bedor Hiland’s Therapy Tech: The Digital Transformation of Mental Healthcare, from the University of Minnesota Press, and What it Feels Like: Visceral Rhetoric and the Politics of Rape Culture, from Pennsylvania State University Press. Expert panelists are scholars in Rhetorical Studies with practical/theoretical expertise in rhetorics of mental health, feminism, and gender.
  • Re-Parsing Public Address: Computational Objects, Methods, and Ethics in Rhetorical Studies– National Communication Association. New Orleans, LA (November 2022) – Description: Rhetoric’s objects and methods are changing amidst the spectacular rise of computational methods and big data analysis. Reflecting on rhetoric’s changing objects (e.g., tweets, memes, blogs, chatbots, cybersecurity, infrastructures, and networks) and methods (e.g., LDA, web scraping, TensorFlow, network analysis) this panel stages a conversation between rhetorical scholars who have expanded the scope of what counts as rhetoric’s objects and its methods. Our discussion takes stock of the ethical mandates and novel innovations in the new digital rhetoric by offering short position papers from a range of scholars with deep investments in the computational, to be followed by a moderated discussion with the audience.


David Roscoe Award for an Early-Career Essay on Science, Ethics, and Society (2022). The Hastings Center, for “How Smart Tech Tried to Solve the Mental Health Crisis and Only Made it Worse.” ($2,000).

Warren Cook

Assistant Professor
Management Eastern Academy of Management, Member


  • Cook, Warren., Kuhn, Kristine (Washington State University). 2021. Off-duty deviance in the eye of the beholder: Implications of moral foundations theory in the age of social media. Published in Journal of Business Ethics. Read more
  • Butterfield, Ken. (Washington State University), Cook, Warren., Liberman, Natalie. (Indiana University), Goodstein, Jerry. 2021 (Washington State University). Self-repair in the workplace: A qualitative investigation. Published in Journal of Business Ethics. (Online-first publishing in 2021, appears in a regular issue of the journal in 2023) Read more
  • Cook, Warren., Liberman, Natalie. 2021. Making Sense of Others’ Mistreatment: How Observing Incivility Shapes Third Party Perceptions. Presented at Annual Meeting of the Eastern Academy of Management.

Workshop leader:

  • “The Most Social Class in College: Building Community Through Low-Stakes Activities” at Sienna College: Engage for Change conference (2022)
  • “Negotiation Skills” for the School District Business Leader program at The College of Saint Rose (2021)

Invited panelist:

  • “Intergenerational Differences Workshop” at The College of Saint Rose (2022)
  • “The Impact of Social Media on How We Live, Work, and Connect” at The College of Saint Rose (2022)
  • “Roundtable with MBA Faculty” at the Huether School of Business (2021)
  • “The Life of Liberal Education at The College of Saint Rose” (2021)
Julienne Cuccio Slichko

Assistant Professor
Special Education Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)

Ellis-Robinson, T., Hazell, K., Sluarsz, E., Haji-Georgi, M., Slichko, J., & Terry, K. (2022, January). Disability Champions Mentoring Network: Building Relationships in underserved communities. Poster presented at the Annual Conference of the Council for Exceptional Children.

Cuccio-Slichko, J. & Martone, A. (2021, June 10). Change and choice: Giving all students a voice through technology. Workshop presented at Engage for Change 2021: Creating Inclusive Spaces: Past, Present, Future. Siena College, Virtual Conference.

Eurie Dahn



Kaitlin Gould

Assistant Professor
School Psychology

Article Publication:

  • An evaluation of self-identified preferences in young children with behavior disorders. (2022)
    Child and Family Behavior Therapy
    44, 349-359
    Edelstein, M., (Kennedy Krieger Institute) Boyle, A., (University of Connecticut) Gould, K., (College of Saint Rose) & Sullivan, A. (Kennedy Krieger Institute)
  • Use of teleconsultation in schools. (2022)
    50, 26-27
    Gould, K., (College of St Rose); Iovannone, R., (University of South Florida); Anderson, C.M., (May Institute); Hoffkins, C., (University of Rochester Medical Center); Jordan, A., (University of Rochester Medical Center); & Cavanaugh, B. (University of Rochester Medical Center)

Book Chapter:
A school-based multidisciplinary response to student-athletes’ mild traumatic brain injury; Cambridge Scholars Publishing; (2022)

Advances and Lessons in Sports
Hayden, L., (University of Massachusetts Boston) Hess, C., (Stanford) Broadhead, S., (SERESC) & Gould, K. (The College of Saint Rose).

Association for Behavior Analysis International 48th Annual Convention
Association for Behavior Analysis International
May 2022
Boston, MA

Exploring barriers and facilitators to accessing behavioral parent training in rural Appalachia
Gould, K., (The College of Saint Rose); Martin, R., (Mosaic Pediatric Therapy) Bottini, S., (Marcus Autism Center) & Anderson, C. (May Institute)

Robert Hansbrough

Music Florida Bandmasters Association

The Pinnacle Winds is one of the very few true professional wind bands in the country. It was established in Kansas City, Missouri in Fall 2021. The Board of Trustees govern all aspects of this organization.

Steve Hoff

Associate Professor
School Psychology

Ecological Intervention for Stuttering in School-Age Children: A Collaborative Approach for School-Based Speech-Language Pathologists and Mental Health Providers, published by American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, June, 2021

Dr. Steve Hoff, School Psychology Program, The College of Saint Rose & Dr. Julia Unger, Communication Sciences & Disorders Program, The College of Saint Rose
American Psychological Association Annual Convention
American Psychological Association
March, 2021


  • The impact of racial discrimination on the mental health and academic success of students of color
    Kristen Wade, Brittany Jones, Arleen Alava – Graduate students in the School Psychology Program
    Trainers of School Psychology Annual Convention
    Trainers of School Psychologists
    March, 2021
  • COVID-19 effects on children with pre-existing mental health conditions
    Mikayla Hunt, Shannon Liguori – Graduate students in the College of Saint Rose School Psychology Program
    National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention
    National Association of School Psychologists
    February, 2021
  • Muscle dysmorphia in adolescent males
    Lexy Lynch – Graduate student in The College of Saint Rose School Psychology Program
    Picotte Presidtial Lecture in Higher Education Innovation & Leadership
    The College of Saint Rose
    February, 2022


  • Taking Care of Our Students, Our Selves, and Each Other During the Pandemic
    Special Event for Regional School Counselors
    The College of Saint Rose
    December, 2021
  • Managing student anxiety
Rae Jean Teeter

Adjunct Professor
Music NYSSMA AFC Voice Chair

Gordon Institute for Music Learning Summer Choral Certification Course
Summer 2023
Krystal McCoy, Andrew Mullen, Josh Palkki, Aimee Pearsall, Natasha Sigmund, Stuart Chapman Hill, Butch Marshall, Nathan Bachofsky, all GIML members

NYSSMA Winter Conference

Adjudication Festival Committee, Voice Chair
12/2/22, 12/3/22
Rochester, NY

Adjudicator Roundtable, How to Prepare for an All-State Audition
Chris Hyde-Hall, AFC Piano Chair

Dong Jo Shin

Assistant Professor

Striving for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Asian Studies: Humanities Grants for Asian Studies Scholars Competition Award.

View Publication Support Award

Kathryn Laity

Associate Professor

  • ‘Ivy Grows on the Boundary between Noir and Gothic.’ MAPACA, 10-12 Nov 2022.
  • ‘Open Your Lunar Plexus with Leonora Carrington.’ Magickal Women Conference, London, 15 Oct 2022.
  • ‘Negotiating the Apocalypse with Leonora Carrington’s The Hearing Trumpet.’ The Viktor Wynd Museum,13 Oct 2022.
  • “Cut Me a Robe from Toe to Lobe: Ritual, Transformation, and the Persistence of Knowledge in The Witches (1966)”. PCA/ACA, 13-16 April 2022.
  • ‘Wearing My Last Skin’. ISSM Surrealisms, Nov
  • ‘Big Witch on Campus: Fear of Female Power in Conjure Wife and Night of the Eagle.’ MAPACA, 11-13 Nov 2021.

Other Publications:

  • ‘The Hermeneutics of Noise: The Sounds of Salvation in Russell’s Tommy.’ The Films of Ken Russell. ed. Matt Melia. Edinburgh UP, Dec 2022.
  • ‘Stalking the Stalker: Jamie Thraves Adapting Patricia Highsmith’s Cry of the Owl.’ Film International 19.3 (23 Feb 2022): 49-53.
  • “Not Entirely Flattering: Revealing Mr Simonelli’s Fairy Nature.” Revenant: Critical and Creative Studies of the Supernatural 6 (2 Mar 2021): 47-57.
I-Hsuan Lin

Assistant Professor
Social Work

Publication: Peer-Reviewed Journal Article

Publication: Book Reviews

National and Regional Conference Presentations:

  • Lin, I-H., Rowe, C., & Rotondi, M. (2020, November). From Catholic tradition to interfaith dialogue: Incorporating spirituality into social work curriculum. The Council on Social Work Education 66th Annual Program Meeting (APM), Virtually.
  • Lin, I-H. (2020). A systematic review of immigrants’ experiences of work-family conflict in the United States. 2020 Work and Family Researchers Network Conference, Virtually.

Other Scholarly Works:

Board Member:

  • 2021-  Editorial Review Board for the Journal of Global Responsibility

Academic Reviewer for Journals and/or Academic Conferences:

  • 2022-present          Reviewer
    International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
  • 2022-present          Reviewer
    Journal of Family Issues
  • 2022-present          Reviewer
    Religions (Journal)
  • 2021-present          Reviewer
    Equality, diversity and inclusion: An international Journal
  • 2021-present          Reviewer
    Advances in Social Work (Journal)
  • 2021                        Reviewer
    The Council on Social Work Education 67th Annual Program Meeting (APM)
  • 2020-present          Reviewer
    Journal of Global Responsibility
  • 2018-present          Reviewer
    Journal of Human Rights and Social Work


Claudia Lingertat


  • February 2020 to present:
    Serving as Board Director for RISSE. Serving as chair of the Personnel Committee.
  • March 21, 2022:
    Supported Tamara Hill’s dissertation by providing a narrative interview on Exemplary Teaching in Counselor Education (was nominated for inclusion in the study)
Jennifer Marlow


Deirdre Muldoon

Assistant Professor
Communication Sciences and Disorders PhD, CCC-SLP, BCBA-D



  • Functional Communication Training: Finding the Right Word for the Right Moment.
    Fall Webinar Series, BiTES
    BiTES Feeding Therapy
    October 2022
  • EAT-UPTM: Coaching Caregivers to Implement Intervention – A Better Mealtime for Everyone
    Association of Behavior Analysis International,11th International Conference
    Association of Behavior Analysis International
    September 2022
    Dublin, Ireland
  • Interprofessional Practice to Promote Improved Collaboration for Better Patient Outcomes in TBI and PFD
    Theresa Dawson, Pepperdine
    Women in Behavior Analysis
    July 2021
    Nashville, TN
  • Understanding Caregivers’ Perceptions of Feeding/Mealtime Interventions for their Young Child with a Feeding Difficulty.

Poster Presenter:

  • Teaching Receptive Vocabulary to Minimally-Verbal Preschoolers with ASD: A Single Case Study using Multiple Probe Design with Maintenance Checks
    Rebecca Gray
    American Speech Language Hearing Association, Annual Conference
    November 2021
    Washington, DC.
Daniel Nester



  • Harsh Realm: My 1990s, collection of poetry, Indolent Books (Brooklyn, NY), September 2, 2022.


  • “Diane Wakoski Rides Again,” profile of poet in advance of the publication of Dancing on the Grave of a Son of a Bitch: The Complete Motorcycle Betrayal Poems, Poetry Foundation, March 7, 2022.
  • “Joan Didion and Aldous Huxley’s Three Poles,” Assay: A Journal of Nonfiction Studies, 8.2 Spring 2022.
  • Interview with Daniel Oppenheimer, author of Far from Respectable: Dave Hickey and His Art, Full Stop, June 22, 2021.
  • “Trekonderoga: Where No Fan Has Gone Before,” profile of Star Trek: The Original Series tour in Ticongeroga, Saratoga Living, Design Issue, April 2020.


  • “It’s Raining Spiders in Brazil,” featured poem on Verse Daily, November 2, 2022.
  • “to the heckler at my first poetry reading, 1994,” failbetter, October 27, 2022.
  • “I met Liz Phair once,”; “Künstlerroman, 1996”; “Lower “Broadway Wednesdays, 1997-1999,” with introduction, Oldster, September 2022.
  • “Future Days”; “Minutes Overheard from The Vagueness Society Holiday Party,” Matter Monthly, July 2022.
  • “Poem Beginning with 1.5 Lines from Stupid Idiot Person Joe Rogan,” Diode Poetry, Volume 15, Number 1, Fifteenth Anniversary Issue, April 7, 2022.
  • “Heavy metal did not die in ’91,” The Daily Drunk, February 21, 2022.
  • “On Realizing Poison’s ‘Every Rose Has Its Thorn’ Has the Same Chords as the Replacements’ ‘Here Comes a Regular’”; “The death of college rock: September 5, 1995,” Electric Literature’s The Commuter, November 8, 2022.
  • “Week One Introductions, 1997,” Rejection Letters, November 4, 2021.
  • “Lower Broadway Wednesdays, 1997-1999”; “Künstlerroman, 1996,” Tribes/A Gathering of the Tribes, September 30, 2021.
  • “Nineties Catch Phrase Cento Sonnet,” Unlost: journal of found poetry & art, Issue 26: Bellow, August 2021.
  • “Poem Written at Pete’s Candy Store ending with a Line from Madonna,” “Nostalgia Ain’t What It Used to Be,” and “Pompous Symmetry,” American Poetry Review, September/October 2021.
  • Selections from Aphorismemes project, Word For/Word, Volume 36, July 28. 2021.
  • “Gethsemane,” The Good Men Project, June 29, 2021.
  • “The Pitch for Stanley Kubrick’s Gilligan’s Island (1990)” with Kevin DiNovis, Drunk Monkeys, January 4, 2021.
  • “Placed into The Abyss: After Pavement’s ‘Cut Your Hair’”; “Lines composed after being told by a poet I should ‘go out in nature more often and look at chipmunks’”; “A List of Famous People I Saw in New York City, c. 1994-2001,” The Daily Drunk, December 1, 2020.
  • “The Failed Saratoga Colonic Fable,” Bennington Review, Issue 8, [Bennington College, Bennington VT], 2020.
  • “Eliot’s Religion and a New Way to Screw”; “Fable Written While Trying to Listen to Alternative Country Rock and Just Not Feeling It”; “It’s Raining Spiders in Brazil,” Mutiny! Issue 3, March 2020.

Interviews, reviews:

  • “Daniel Nester’s Playlist for His Poetry Collection, ‘Harsh Realm: My 1990s,” Largehearted Boy, November 23, 2022.
  • “A Poetry Round-Up Both Raw and Alive,” review of Harsh Realm: My 1990s, LitReactor, November 17, 2022.
  • “Intersections of Style and Intentionality: Retconning the Harsh Realm of the 1990s with Daniel Nester,” Interview with poet/critic Chris Stroffolino, October 21, 2022.

Readings and lectures: 

  • Pen and Pencil Club, Philadelphia, PA, featured reader, October 2, 2022.
  • Boog City 16 Arts Festival, featured reader, Unnamable Books, Brooklyn, NY, September 17, 2022.
  • Clash Books Reading, featured reader, Eldorado Bar, Troy, NY, September 15, 2022.
  • DMQ Virtual Salon, featured reader for July Salon, June 30, 2022.
  • A Persistence of Cormorants, featured reader, Gowanus Dredgers Canoe Club, Brooklyn, NY 2022.
  • Zoom launch, Harsh Realm: My 1990s, April 29, 2022.
  • Voicemail Poems at Pen & Pencil, offsite AWP reading, featured reader, Pen & Pencil Club, Philadelphia, PA, March 23, 2022.
  • E-Verse Equinox/UARTS PRESENTS an AWP off-site reading, featured reader, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA, March 25, 22.
  • St. Rocco’s Reading for the Falsely Accused, featured reader, Albany, NY, November 20, 2021.
Christina Pfister

Teacher Education

Hindsight in 2020: Focusing on maintaining community and equity in our online teaching
Aja LaDuke, Sonoma State University and Sophia Paljevic, New York City Public Schools
Association of Teacher Educators Annual Conference
Association of Teacher Educators
February 2021
Scheduled in Anaheim, California (conference moved to virtual)

Going Virtual to Re-envision Field Experiences: Maintaining Mentorship From Cooperating Teachers While Learning to Teach Synchronously and Asynchronously. Association of Teacher Educators.
Aja LaDuke, Sonoma State University and Sophia Paljevic, New York City Public Schools
Oregon Association of Teacher Educators Annual Conference
Oregon Association of Teacher Educators
February 2021
Scheduled in Portland, Oregon (conference moved to virtual)

Student Advising as a Tool Toward Equity for All Students
Association of Teacher Educators Annual Conference
National Association of Teacher Educators
February 2022
Chicago, Illinois

Teaching and Nursing: Conversations for Learning Across Professions
Aja LaDuke, Sonoma State University; Esma Paljevic, Pace University; and Sophia Paljevic, New York City Public Schools
New York State Association of Teacher Educators

January 2023-December 2024
Association of Teacher Educators

Chair of the Honors & Awards Committee

Jack Pickering

Communication Sciences and Disorders ASHA, CCC-SLP

Honors and Awards
2022, Community Service Award, College of Saint Rose

Peer Reviewed – National
Pickering, J. & Murphy, T. (October, 2022). Blending mental health counseling interventions with voice modification for transgender and gender expansive clients. 2022 SAIGE Conference – LGBTQGEIAP+ Inclusivity in Leadership and Mentorship, Chicago, IL.

Invited Lectures and Workshops
Pickering, J. (March/April, 2022). Building community, embracing collaboration, and facilitating change: The exploration of voice with people who are transgender and gender diverse. 4th Annual Mark Ylvisaker Seminar, University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire, Eau Claire, WI.

Pickering, J. (October, 2021). Fostering change: Exploring the speech-language pathologist’s counselor role. Invited presentation for the Central New York Speech, Language and Hearing Association, Syracuse, NY.

Pickering, J. (June, 2022). Building community, embracing collaboration, and facilitating change: The role of counseling in gender affirming voice and communication. Monthly Program Meeting of the Capital Area Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Delivered via Zoom.

Pickering, J. (June, 2022). Exploring the human voice: A workshop. A Pride Month workshop sponsored by The Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center, Kingston, NY.

Professional Service
2021-2022, Program Committee Chair (Professional and Student Resources), 2021 NYSSLHA Annual Convention, Tarrytown, NY

2020-2021 Academic Year

Book Chapter
Pickering, J. & Kayajian, D. (2020). Modifying Frequency and Resonance for Individuals Who Are Transgender. In A. Behrman & J. Haskell (Eds.), Exercises for Voice Therapy (3rd edition). San Diego: Plural Publishing.

Journal Article
Beaton, F., Ayers, A., Pickering, J., & Kayajian, D. (2021). Thud-Tempters and Mockingbirds: A Cognitive-Linguistic Approach to Acoustic Assumptions. Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups, 6(2), 344-355. Retrieved at

Peer Reviewed – National
Pickering, J. & Spring, M. (November, 2020). Transgender voice training for an individual with profound hearing impairment: A unique clinical case. 2020 ASHA Annual Convention, San Diego, CA. [Convention canceled due to COVID pandemic]

Invited Lectures and WorkshopsLocal
Pickering, J. (February, 2021). Vocal health for singers. Invited presentation to the vocal majors in the Department of Music, Massry Center for the Arts, College of Saint Rose, Albany, NY.

Thesis Committee Activity
Alyssa Bove, Communication, Music, and Dementia: A Systematic Review of the Literature, Completed August, 2021 (Thesis Committee)

Crys Hassler, An Initial Investigation of the Impact of Interprofessional Cultural Awareness Training on the Attitudes, Knowledge, and Skills of Graduate Clinicians Regarding the Transgender/ Gender Nonconforming Community, Completed in April, 2021 (Thesis Director)

Alexis Celentano, Immersion Reading and Aphasia; A Pilot Study, Completed in July, 2020 (Thesis Committee)

Emily Pinkerton

Assistant Professor
Music Industry

Photo credit: Kristi Jan Hoover

Rone Shavers

Associate Professor

Four Crônicas: “Journal Des Débats,” “Crônica dos Morons,” “The Sum of All Fears,” and “Crônica Like a Knot.” BOMB magazine, Number 160, Summer 2022, pages 56 – 59

“Rooted/Indigenous” and “Black Powerful” in an anthology collection
Black Powerful, by Natasha Marin. McSweeney’s Books, 2022, pages 117 – 119; 149 – 151
William Gaddis Centenary Conference, International
Washington University in Saint Louis
October 22, 2022
St. Louis, MO

Panel Chair and Moderator:
“#GaddisToo: Gaddis Studies in Light of Racial Reckoning and Socio-Cultural Realignment(s)”
Jeff Jackson, Jacob Singer
Salon Salvage #2 w/ Kenning JP Garcia, Rone Shavers, Ryan Eckes, and Warren Longmire.
Salon Salvage Reading Series
September 24, 2022
Troy, NY

Kenning JP Garcia, Ryan Eckes, and Warren Longmire
“Rone Shavers”
Institute for Black Arts, Culture, and Literature at University of Waterloo
October 17, 2022
Waterloo, Ontario, CANADA

Presenter/ Guest Artist Lecture:
“A Reading from Silverfish”
Clash Books Reading Series Debut! With Leza Cantoral, Daniel Nester, Rone Shavers, Richard Mirabella, and Elisa Albert
Clash Books
September 15, 2022
Troy, NY

“A Reading from Silverfish”
Daniel Nester, College of Saint Rose; Elisa Albert; and Richard Mirabella

Board of Directors
Virginia Center for Creative Arts
Three years
Board Advisory Council

Nancy B. Negley Artist-in-Residence Fellowship
La Maison Dora Maar [Dora Maar House]
July 2022
Sandy Pool, The University of Winnipeg; Jane South, Pratt Institute

Writer in Residence Fellowship
VCCA France La Moulin à Nef
August 2022

Professional Development Grant:
The College of Saint Rose, Fall 2022

Obsidian: Literature and Arts in the African Diaspora
Fiction and Hybrid Genre Editor, 2017 – present

Wrote advance reader’s back cover blurb for Dog on Fire, the forthcoming novel by Terese Svoboda (June 27).

External Reviewer and Member of PhD Dissertation Committee:
The Immanent American Fantastic: Immanence and Liminality in Contemporary U.S. Fantastic Literature, by Drew Ciccolo. Rutgers Newark, Newark, NJ (PhD awarded to Ciccolo on Sept. 1, 2022).

Wrote advance reader’s back cover blurb for The Four Deaths of Clayton Standard, a forthcoming novella by former Saint Rose MFA in Creative Writing student, Josh Sheridan (October 31).

Brian Sweeney


Broadview edition of Pauline Hopkins’s Of One Blood
Of One Blood, Broadview Press, December 2022
Co-edited with Eurie Dahn, The College of Saint Rose

Review Editor:
American Periodicals: A Journal of History, Criticism, and Bibliography

Nineteenth-Century Studies Association Article Prize
Nineteenth-Century Studies Association

Barbara Ungar


Poems published in the following journals:

  • Gargoyle
  • Comstock Review
  • Pedestal
  • Cutthroat
  • Hypertext
  • Naugatuck Review
  • Aeolian Harp
  • Blueline
  • Modern Haiku
  • Akitsu Quarterly
  • Bottlerockets

Forthcoming in:

  • Scientific American
  • Crazyhorse
  • Small Orange
  • Atticus Review
  • The New Millennium

Several of these were prize finalists and several others nominated for Best of the Web.