- “like any good indian woman” published in World Literature Today
- “Why Storms are Named After People and Bullets Remain Nameless” published in Strange Horizons
- “What It Takes to Disappear” published in Strange Horizons
- “Notes from the Road” published in Strange Horizons
- “A Song for Redemption” published in Connotation Press
- “The Order of Things” and “Everything You Need to Know About Relationships,” published in Ishaan Literary Review.
- “Patrick Would Never Say the Word Love” published in Toe Good Poetry.
- “Teaching the Riff in Being Tuned to the Rez Blues” published in Bellevue Literary Review
- “What John Wayne Couldn’t Have Known” published in Kweli Magazine
- “Sometimes I Dream a Reservation Resides Inside Me,” “Love in a Time of Blood Quantum,” and “Post-Flight Assessment: The Call of Urgency” published in The Mas Tequila Review (Issue 5)
- “Entering the Age of Doubt,” “Broken Hymn: to the offset metronome,” and “I’m Thinking of the Kind of Poems” published in Drunkenboat
- “consider the assemblage of a longing” and “measure by measure” published in Superstition Review Issue 7
- “The Impermanence of Human Sculptures” Winner of the A Room of Her Own Foundation’s Orlando Prize in Poetry (2010)
- “Hole in My Heart” published in the Duke City Fix
- “Ten Little Indians” published in the Duke City Fix
- “To the Offset Metronome: On Breaking Rhythm” published in the Duke City Fix
- “Softly: How to Evaporate” published in Lingerpost (Issue 1)
- “Rhapsody in Reservation Blues,” “Broken Tulips,” “Preface to Lost Intimacies,” and “The Significance of a Hanging” (nominated for a Pushcart Prize), published in Adobe Walls
- “Some Kind of Dying” published in And Love (poetry anthology)
- “Textures of Silence,” “Reflections of the Moon,” and “Separate Strands,” published in Yellow Medicine Review (Spring 2010 issue), “The War on Words,” and “Surrender to Memory” published in (Fall 2012 issue).
- “The Weight of Water” and “In the Days of Banned Books” published in Malpais Review (Spring 2012 issue)
- The Shape (and Choice) of Love
- One Foot In Front Of The Other
- Always in Transit (article for American Indian College Fund)
- Solar Systems of Support (article for the American Indian Graduate Center Scholars) (pg 28-30)
- I Write Because
Choral Settings of Poems
- “Somewhere There is a Song,” performed by the University Missouri River Campus. Composed by Jeffrey Brown and published by June Sky Press.