Below are select clips. If you would like to see more, please ask. If you’re interested in my work as an editor, I’m happy to provide a free sample and estimate.


“How a national free-range egg brand scaled to land 1,600 Walmarts.” NewHope360, Sept. 28, 2015.
“Jon Hamm Delighted Bonnaroo Crowds During Surprise Appearance with Zach Galifianakis.”
Refinery29, June 15, 2015.
, Oct. 30, 2014.
“Cover crops make stover more sustainable, profitable.”
Purdue University, Agriculture News, Aug. 4, 2014.
“nVision Medical hopes to offer patients worthy ovarian cancer diagnostic by 2015.
MedCity News, Feb. 27, 2014.
“How we’ll remember 2013’s medtech in 2023.”
MedCity News, Dec. 30, 2013.
“Four lessons startup CEOs should steal from brides-to-be planning weddings.” MedCity News, Sept. 17, 2013.
“One startup’s quest: Standardize neonatal resuscitations, guide physicians through crisis event.”
MedCity News, Aug. 29, 2013.
“It’s alive! Scientists grow 3-D mini-brains.” MedCity News, Aug. 28, 2013.
“Starting your medical device startup in Europe? Consider 4 tips from CEOs who’ve been there, done that.” MedCity News, Aug. 27, 2013.
“Walter White’s School for Startups: 10 entrepreneurial lessons from Breaking Bad.”  MedCity News, Aug. 8, 2013.
“Couple torn apart during war reunites more than 50 years later.”
American Legion, 2013. (Also appears in American Legion Magazine.)


“Saudades [All You Pioneers}.” Grist. (Forthcoming.)
“The Radio is Full.” Grist Online.
“The Dream and Just Before.” The Southern Review. (Forthcoming.)
“Honest Abe Gets Mad Jealous of the Pretty, Successful Girl from My High School.” Waxwing, Fall 2016.
“Fenced-In Poem.” Arts & Letters. (Forthcoming.)
“The Negation is the Point.” Arts & Letters. (Forthcoming.)
“Nicaragua, the Blonde, and the Lady in Blue.” Summer 2016.
“Sleepless in Indiana, I Contemplate the Age-Old Arts.” Devil’s Lake Driftless Prize recipient, Fall 2015.
“Good Me Attempts to Neutralize, Rescue, or Otherwise Stifle Bad Me.”
 The Mondegreen, October 2015.
“Spaghetti Western in Which Bad Me Challenges Good Me to a Duel.” The Mondegreen, October 2015.
“Good Me’s Saudade of Bad Me.” The Mondegreen, October 2015.
“Saudade [Unspill the Salt].” The Mackinac, Summer 2015. (With liquor pairing!)
“At the Edge of the River.” The Mackinac, Summer 2015. (Also with liquor pairing!)
“Terms of Agreement.” Hayden’s Ferry Review Contributor Spotlight, June 2, 2015.
“Saudades [Bottle Rocket].” New Poetry from the Midwest. 
“Where I Think I Might Belong.” New Poetry from the Midwest. 
“In Winter, I Watch.” Hayden’s Ferry Review, Spring 2015.
“Reflections on First Season of a Marriage.” Hayden’s Ferry Review, Spring 2015.
“Constitutional.” Third Coast, Winter 2015.
“On the King Bridge in Frankfort, Kentucky.” Third Coast, Winter 2015.
“Flannery O’Connor and Song.” Andalusia Blog, Fall 2014.
“Saudade at Shoreline.” Fifth Wednesday Journal, Fall 2014. 
“Spring Storm.” Fifth Wednesday Journal, Fall 2014.
“Homestead, Sure.” cream city review, Summer 2014.
“Guilty and Reckless, I Try to Meet the Tornado Head On.” Colorado Review, Spring 2014.
“Saudades [Bottle Rocket].” Crazyhorse, Fall 2013.
“Got You, Babe.” Green Mountains Review, Winter 2013.
“This Bone Shall Dry Up and Hope Shall Be Lost.” DIAGRAM, 12.5. (Also featured on The Page, Feb./March 2013.)
“Elegy at 23.” Forklift, Ohio, Summer 2012.
“Where I Think I Might Belong.” Forklift, Ohio, Summer 2012.
“What Does Odysseus Have to Do with Blind Contour Drawing?: An Interview with Terrance Hayes.” Sycamore Review 25.1, Winter/Spring 2013.
“Dissection and Other Kinds of Love: An Interview with Natasha Trethewey.” Sycamore Review 24.1, Winter/Spring 2012.

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