Full-length collections:

How to Make a Terrarium, Cleveland State University (1987).
Swan, What Shores? (New York University Press, 2000), finalist for the Academy of American Poets’ 2000 James Laughlin Award, annual poetry awards from both the Colorado Center for the Book and Women Writing the West.


This Is the Strange Part, Pudding House Publications, 2002, chapbook of prose poems.

Poetry and photography:

The Bones Remember: A Dialogue, with photographer Ronda Stone (Stone Graphics Press), poetry and photography.


“Comfort Me with Apples,” Georgia Review, Spring 1997, selected as a Notable Essay.
“Feast,” Pilgrimage 2003.
“My Griefs to Sing: Creative Writing and Loss,” forthcoming in Teachers & Writers Collaborative.

Individual poems, a partial listing:

The Southern Poetry Review, The Louisville Review, The Sun, The Madison Review, The Malahat Review, The Indiana Review, Another Chicago Magazine, The Mid-American Review, The Willow Review, The Montserrat Review, The Bloomsbury Review, Willow Springs, The Colorado Review,The Midwest Quarterly, Many Mountains Moving, Coal City Review,Dogwood, New Letters, The Bellingham Review, The Beloit Poetry Journal Poems are forthcoming in Many Mountains Moving,Prairie Schooner, Cimarron Review & It Had Rained (Word Tech, 2014)