ANTI-: “Love like Sampson’s Lion While My Mother Shaves My Father’s Head”
BOAAT Journal (forthcoming): “Bassam”
Connotation Press: An Online Artifact: “I'd Always Told You Your Father Was the Most Beautiful Man in the World,” “Flotsam,” “Inventory of Things Left Behind,” “On the Night You Ask for a Divorce,” “Phillumeny after the Separation,” and “The Hypothetical Return”
Copper Nickel: “Kata Doksa,” winner of the 2011 Copper Nickel Poetry Contest judged by Kevin Prufer and nominated for the 2012 Pushcart Prize
Crab Orchard Review: “Homegrown”
Day One: “Interview with My Father: Maps”
Drunken Boat: “My Father in Virginia, Surrounded by Water”
Epiphany: “Interview with My Father: Names”
Hermeneutic Chaos Literary Journal: “Chimera”
The Missouri Review Poem of the Week: “Surat al-Qiyamah: My Father Talks to God When Syria Occupies Tripoli, 1976”
Nashville Review: “The Lights Shut Off in the City of Ghosts”
New Republic: “Karantina Massacre”
Nightjar Review: “My Father Keeps the Pack Together”
One: “Nocturne with Teeth”
Pittsburgh Poetry Review: “After” and “On the Unexploded Cluster Bombs in Southern Lebanon,” which was nominated for a 2016 Pushcart Prize
RHINO Poetry: “Winter Prayer”
Sixth Finch: “My Father Is the Sea, the Field, the Stone”
THEthe Poetry Blog: “Lessons in Grief”
The Hundred Years' War: Modern War Poems (Bloodaxe Books, 2014): “Interviews with My Father: Those Times”
New Poetry from the Midwest 2014 (New American Press, 2015): “Love Like Samson's Lion While My Mother Shaves My Father's Head,” winner of the Heartland Poetry Prize judged by Lee Ann Roripaugh
Poets on Growth (Math Paper Press, 2015): “Love Like Samson's Lion While My Mother Shaves My Father's Head,” “Sabra and Shatila Massacre,” “A Mother’s Love Has Windows,” “Surat al-Qiyamah: My Father Talks to God When Syria Occupies Tripoli, 1976,” and “My Father In Virginia, Surrounded By Water”
Bettering American Poetry 2016 (forthcoming): “My Father Is the Sea, the Field, the Stone”
Sweet: A Literary Confection: "In the Skin"
Agape Editions Blog, August 2016: "What You Love Will Haunt You: A Review of Amie Whittemore’s Glass Harvest"
Agape Editions Blog, May 2016: "The Light Isn’t Coming Back: A Review of At Night by Lisa Ciccarello"
Cider Press Review, April 2016: "The Only Way Is Forward: A Review of The Cartographer's Ink by Okla Elliott"