COMING SOON. Salvage: Poems. (Northwestern University Press).

(2016). Nomad of Salt and Hard Water, 2nd edition with new and revised poems. (Thread Makes Blanket). Order from AK Press.

(2012). Nomad of Salt and Hard Water (Dinah Press).



(2017). “Interrogation in the Museum of Many Hungers” and “Syndrome.” Hot Metal Bridge, Issue 21.

(2017). “The American Dream Writes to Orpheus.” The Massachusetts Review, Vol. 58, Issue 1. See also 10 Questions with Cynthia Dewi Oka.

(2017). “Succession.” Meridian, Issue 38.

(2016). “Post-Election Song of Myself.” The Blueshift Journal, Issue 6.

(2016). “For Khalil, First Responder, Whose Name Means ‘Friend’.” Dusie, the Asian Anglophone Edition, p. 181.

(2016). “Under Our Feet.” Auburn Avenue, Inaugural Issue.

(2016). “Winter Country,” “Pulses,” “From a Talisman’s Perspective,” and “Breach.” Painted Bride Quarterly, Issue 93.

(2016). “Migrant Is Not a Metaphor.” Guernica Magazine, Future of Cities Issue.

(2016). “Lazarus Reconsiders His Awakening” and “Elegy for the Hellfire.” Big Bell, Issue 9.

(2016). “Sixteen,” and “Aubade.” Bedfellows, Issue 5.

(2015). “The Argument.” The Collapsar.

(2015). “The Men Who Turned Into Air,” “Garden State,” and “Time Stops on Mount Batur.” As Us Journal, Issue 5

(2015). “Elegy for Red.” The Wide Shore: A Journal of Global Women’s Poetry, Issue 2.

(2015). “Tonight We Drink Whiskey and Dive” and “After Coltrane.” Obsidian: Literature in the African Diaspora, 40th Anniversary Special Issue.

(2014). “Promised Land: Sonnets for My Mother.” Black Renaissance Noire, Vol. 14, Issue 2.

(2014). “After Hurricane Sandy.” Kweli Journal. Selected for the Best of Kweli print anthology (forthcoming from Asterix Journal, 2017).

(2014). “Siege: In Response to the Man Who Asked Me, ‘Where is the Courage in Your Poetry?'” and “Salvage.” Kalyani Magazine, Issue 4.

(2014). “Tabuh Rah” and “Though We Have No Chance for Escape, Encore.” Apogee Journal: Spotlight on Issue 3, Featured Artist. 

(2014). “Suppose You Were a Komodo Dragon.” Apogee Journal, Issue 3.

(2014). “Self-Portrait as the Last Will of Lot’s Wife” and “How to Watch the Act of Killing.” Fifth Wednesday. The latter poem was selected for the 2014 Editor’s Prize in Poetry by judging poet Rachel Jamison Webster.

(2014). “Dear Poetry,” “Captive,” Ishtar of Suburbia,” and “Anthem.” Read Women: An Anthology (Locked Horn Press).

(2014). “Poem for Prisoner #46664” and “Notes on Captain Ahab’s Workshop Before the Poet is Harpooned.” Dismantle: An Anthology of Writing from the VONA/Voices Writers’ Workshop (Thread Makes Blanket Press).

(2014). “Merapi” and “Arboretum.”

(2013). “The Furies,” “Ritual,” “Hinterland,” and “Ghazal for Father and Son.” Black Renaissance Noire, Vol. 13, Issue 1. 

(2013). “God Lives in the Downtown Eastside.” JMWW Magazine, Exquisite Duet Special Column. 

(2013). “Roads to a Dance” and “Soothsayer.” Generations Literary Journal, Issue 3. 

(2013). “Amulet.” Briarpatch Magazine. 

(2012). “Nomad’s Case for Silence.” Boxcar Poetry Review, Fall 2012. 

(2012). “Nomad Legend: Midwife” and “Nomad Legend: Moon’s Benediction.” Zocalo Poets. 

(2012). “On the Eighth Day,” “Postscript to Marx,” “Here,” “Citizen Apocalypse” and “(Unsubmitted) Prospectus of a Native Informant.” Briarpatch Magazine, Honorable Mention in Creative Writing Contest.

(2010). “Gentrify This!” Kweli Journal.

(2009). “The Catheter Speaks.” 580 Split: Journal of Arts and Letters, Issue 12.



(2017). Forum: Poets and Borders, Part 2Poetry International. 

(2013). “Our Only Refuge.” Briarpatch Magazine.

(2011). “Homeplace as Revolutionary Front.” Briarpatch Magazine. 

(2011). “Moving the Movement: A Multigenerational Ideal of Revolutionary Work.” Leftturn: Notes from the Global Intifada. 

(2010). “At the Gates of Fortress North America: Race-ing the SPP and Its Political Subject.” (With Alison Ayers). Studies in Political Economy, Vol 86. 

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