“Brethren” in Flock Literary Journal & EAT’s This is Yours: Twelve Lullabies album
“How We Might Pray” in Rise Up Review
“My Daughter Discovers Synchronicity” in VoiceCatcher
"sacrifice," "Raw Umber," "Burnt Umber," "If you must, choose wings" in Hawai'i Review as audio and print
"Cerulean" in B O D Y
"Refusal," text and spoken, in Cordella
"You Go Into the Woods Because You Miss Your Body" and "Nantahala" in Written River
"Perhaps, Music," The Buddhist Poetry Review, Spring 2014, Issue 12
Review/Feature of Bruising Continents by Christopher Luna in Rain Taxi
Review of Bruising Continents by Katharine Coldiron in Anomaly
Review of Bruising Continents in haiku by Carolyn Martin in Flock
Lisa Birman interviews me in Queen Mob's Teahouse.
Rob Mclennan’s 12 or 20 questions interview series of me.
Judith Arcana interviews me on Poetry and Everything, KBOO radio.
Anne Rasmussen interviews me for Late Night Library.
Interview of the poet Laura Sims about Staying Alive (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2016) for BOMB Magazine.
Interview of the poet Mary Hickman about her book, This is the Homeland, for Late Night Library.
Interview of the literary fiction writer Rachel Weaver for Bookslut.
Interview, "In the Company of Lions," of the memoirist and Pacific Crest Trail thru-hiker Gail Storey for the captivating Cordella.
Witness the Hour: Conversations with Arab-American Poets Across the Diaspora series for Anamoly (formerly Drunken Boat):
Lauren Camp: July 2016 interview
Kaveh Akbar: October 2016 interview
Mohja Kahf: March 2017 interview
Hala Alyan: June 2018 interview
"A Profile of Laura Sims" in Literary Mama
"Slowly, I Rise," essay in Thousand Bites of Bread
Leave the Dishes: Making Art While Raising Children column for VoiceCatcher:
"Start Making Art Again," October column
"Reclaim Artistic Space Through Memorization," April column