Poems

Dance Writing

"Who is a Bird"

Mouse Magazine, Issue 4

January 2022 

"Unexpectedly, the Oranges" 

Gigantic Sequins, Issue 11

July 2020

"On the day the world closed up shop, a pair of Ugg boots on the sidewalk"

What Rough Beast COVID-19 Edition, Indolent Books

April 13, 2020

“memorial” 

The Underground, Volume 9, Issue 2

April 2019

“a poem about pain” 

The Underground, Volume 9, Issue 2

April 2019

“Artist Bio” 

The Underground, Volume 9, Issue 2

April 2019

"Unexpected Small Pocket in June" 

America's Emerging Poets 2018: Maryland, Virginia, and the Carolinas, Z Publishing House

2018

“Song in the Shape of the West Bank” 

Amendment Literary and Art Journal

Fall 2018 

“The Poet, Alone in a Crowded Theater, Watches 2001 A Space Odyssey” 

Virginia’s Best Emerging Poets, Z Publishing House

2017

against the body against the name

Amendment Literary and Art Journal

Fall 2017

this will cause pain

Amendment Literary and Art Journal

Fall 2017

 “Maxcy Gregg”

Pwatem Anthology of Literature and Art

Spring 2017 

A Letter of Apology to Georgie O’Keeffe

Amendment Literary and Art Journal

Fall 2016 

This is a Poem About a 24-pack of Aquafina Water Bottles

Amendment Literary and Art Journal

Fall 2016 

A Portrait of Myself as Audrey Hepburn

Amendment Literary and Art Journal

Fall 2015

HOLDTIGHT: when the blossom passes, what remains?
The Brooklyn Rail

October 2022

May You Pay Attention

TERRITORY: The Island Remembers by zavé martohardjono

The Brooklyn Rail

May 2022

m i c c a and the Landscape of Grief

The Brooklyn Rail

February 2022

Dancing Archivists: A Conversation

Co-written with Sarah Nguyễn

In Dance

Fall 2021

Bill T. Jones Dancing Through Disease in Can You Bring It and Afterwardsness

The Brooklyn Rail

June 2021

Against Staying in Shape

Dancegeist Magazine

April 2021

Shifting and Balancing: Dance Archiving Fellowships in the Virtual World

Co-written with Imogen Smith

Performance! Newsletter of the SAA Performing Arts Section

Winter/Spring 2021

Contemporary Dancer Cori Kresge Uses Dance and Poetry to Make Sense of Life​

Dance Magazine

December 28, 2020

Rebels are Dancing in the Streets (But No in Thunder to All My Fellow White People Who Shared Those Videos of Police Prancing with Protestors!)

First of the Month

October 1st, 2020

Adapted from an essay originally posted in Contact Quarterly. 

To My Fellow White People Who Shared Those Videos of Police Dancing at Protests

Rolling Edition, Contact Quarterly

September 12, 2020

Archiving and Preservation During Covid-19, Part-2

From the Green Room, Dance/USA's eJournal

September 4, 2020

Archiving and Preservation During Covid-19, Part-1

From the Green Room, Dance/USA's eJournal

September 4, 2020

No, You're Not A Bad Person If You Don't Want to Take Virtual Dance Classes

Dance Magazine

April 3, 2020

Sophie Maslow and the Chanukah Festivals for Israel

In the Muse, the Library of Congress Performing Arts Blog

December 3, 2018.

"A Plan and a Hope": Woody Guthrie, Sophie Maslow, and the Many Gifts of Modern Dance

In the Muse, the Library of Congress Performing Arts Blog

August 31, 2018.

Reading "against the body, against the name" with dancer Michelle Koppl