Adele Elise Williams
Cream City Review, forthcoming
Tammy, #11, "New Blooms" and "Earliest Memory Prompt"
Crab Creek Review, Fall 2019, "Violence"
SAND, #20, "Essay on Causation"
Beloit Poetry Journal, vol. 68 no.2 , "Hey Hannah Take My Body"
The Appalachian Anthology, "James Charmichael"
Broadsided Press, forthcoming Summer 2022, "The Road to Rehab is Paved"
Annulet: A Journal of Poetics, forthcoming
Damnation, September 2021, "Dear Diary" and "--Lenten Rose, Gardenia--"
Guernica, June 2021, "Take the Bait"
Barzakh, Spring 2021, "Voyeuristic Intentions"
Bear Review, vol. 7 no. 2, "Misadventures in Hope"
Split Lip Magazine, November 2020, "I Do Not Know How to Write Pretty Poems"
Quarterly West, no. 98, "It Comes From A Having Body"
Still: The Journal, Winter 2019, no.29, "When You Are Ready The World Gives You A Gift" and "Tift Merritt is breastfeeding in the bathroom stall"
Gulf Coast, "On Genre, Transcendence, Dogs, and Workshop: A Conversation with Jo Ann Beard"
Adroit Journal, "The Performative Structure: A Conversation with Susannah Nevison"
the minnesota review, "Best Worst Advice When Applying to Creative Writing MFA Programs"
the minnesota review, "Best Worst Advice For Submitting To Literary Journals"
the minnesota review, "Poem Prompts From The Vault"
the minnesota review, "Poem Prompts From The Vault 2.0"
the minnesota review, "Interview: Bone Bouquet"
the minnesota review, "Interview: Lynne Knight, Anhinga Press"
Gulf Coast, Nonfiction Editor
the minnesota review, Poetry Editor
Noemi Press, Assistant Editor
SELECT AWARDS & HONORS
Runner-up, The Helene Wurlitzer Foundation Residency
Inprint Nina and Michael Zilkha Fellowship
Hindman Settlement School Scholarship
Semifinalist, Fine Arts Work Center Fellowship
Runner-up, Emily Morrison Poetry Prize, Judge Magdalena Zurawski
Finalist, Virginia Tech/Poetry Society of Virginia Prize, Judge Keetje Kuipers
Pushcart Prize Nomination, "Violence"
Finalist, Crab Creek Review Poetry Prize, Judge Jericho Brown
Winner, Emily Morrison Poetry Prize, Judge Rebecca Morgan Frank
Finalist, Virginia Tech/Poetry Society of Virginia Prize, Judge Tess Taylor
Muse Writing Center Scholarship