The Queen Bee of Downtown DurhamBitter Southerner

Family TreesVela Magazine

Becoming the GhostCatapult

What, Rabbit?Switchback

For the Benefit and Enjoyment of the PeopleTupelo Quarterly

On Lore and Luck in Krakow, Misadventures Magazine

Your Heart Beats Fast Forever, Sycamore Review

Girlhood, Womanhood, Friendship, and Loss, The Millions

The Woods Behind the Palace Park, The Common

“Festival,” “Millennium,” “Etymology,” Sweet


from the Polish, poetry by Anna Piwkowska

“A letter written on Prusów Mountain in August 1995,” Mantis

“Iphigenia’s Morning,” “Toward Passage,” “Uncertain Days,” Lunch Ticket

“Three Paths to the Lake,” “She Lay on a Lawn Chair,” “Red Finches, White Bread,” Gigantic Magazine

“Everyone’s Dead, the Rest Are Gone,” A Public Space

Selected Poems, PEN America

“A letter from Paul Éluard to his wife who is in Cadaqués with Salvador Dali,” The Massachusetts Review

“Blue Sweater,” “Phaedra,” “Wet Roses,” eXchanges

“Untitled,” “St. Petersburg 1998,” “Tyrrhenian Sea 1997,” “Ithaca,” Hayden’s Ferry Review

“Goats,” “Ismene, Sister of Mine,” “Marina,” Inventory

“This Was in Odessa,” The Common

“Tower of Babel,” “Autumn,” “They’ll Bury Us, Bury, Scatter Into Ash,” InTranslation



A Weekend Guide to Pinehurst and Southern PinesOur State Magazine

Creating Fresh, Drinkable Water Powered Only by Ocean WavesCityLab

The Art of Letterpress Finds a Home in DurhamOur State Magazine

Finding Peace on the MountaintopOur State Magazine

In Between a Bike and a CarCityLab

36 Hours in El Paso, Tex.The New York Times

Palace-Hopping in PolandThe New York Times


Tales of the Cocktail