My first book, Tango Lessons, is forthcoming from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in March 2018.

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out loud

At The Catapult, reading “Womb,” The Iowa Review Volume 43, Issue 3

essays & criticism

The Rumpus:  “Nuclear Family”

The Iowa Review: “Womb”

Cactus Heart: “On Kissing”

The Awl: “Orthorexia”  (Or: “How to Make the Perfect Brone Broth In Just 33 Steps”)

The Intentional Quarterly: “On the Occasion of Moving In”

The New Inquiry “The First Man”

Treehouse: “Ode to Pablo Neruda”

Printed: “Feast of the Epiphany”

Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art: “What Teleopoesis Means: A Review of Harlem”

Untapped Cities


The Guardian online (Translation Tuesdays by Asymptote) “Okinawa, Mon Amour” by Betina González

Asymptote: October 2014, “News of a Girl Lost at Sea” by Betina Gonzalez

Alchemy: Journal of Translation Issue 4: Summer 2013, three poems by Alfonsina Storni (“You Want Me White,” “Grey Morning,” and “Twilight”)

PALABRAS: Dispatches from THE FESTIVAL DE LA PALABRA “God is a Natural Disaster” by Betina Gonzalez

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