“Search for the New Land” in The New York Review of Books

“Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” in LitHub

“The High Priestess of Soul’s Sunday Morning Visit to the Wall of Respect” in The Paris Review

“Now More Than Ever” in The Paris Review

“The Black Saint & The Sinner Lady & The Dead & the Truth” in Harper’s

“Magical Negro #1: Jesus Christ,” “Parker’s Mood by Charlie Parker,” and “‘Lilac Wine’ by Eartha Kitt vs. ‘Lilac Wine’ by Jeff Buckley” in The Rumpus

“It Was Summer Now and the Colored People Came Out Into the Sunshine” on Poets.org

“Great America” in Boulevard

"The President Has Never Said the Word 'Black'" in The New York Times Magazine

"We Are the House That Holds the Table at Which Yes We Will Happily Take a Goddamn Seat (after Solange)" in The Nation

“Magical Negro #89: Michael Jackson in Blackface” in FADER

"Matt" in Sixth Finch

"Hottentot Venus" in The Paris Review

"Magical Negro #607: Gladys Knight on the 200th Episode of The Jeffersons" in Electric Literature

"Magical Negro #3: The Strong Black Woman" and "Magical Negro #217: Diana Ross Finishing a Rib in Alabama, 1990s" in Lenny

"Magical Negro #80: Brooklyn" at Buzzfeed

"Black Woman With Chicken" in Dusie

"A Brief History of The Present" at LitHub

"Magical Negro #84: The Black Body" and "Two White Girls in the African Braid Shop on Marcy and Fulton" at PEN American

"13 Ways of Looking at a Black Girl" at AIR Residency - Ace Hotel

"The Gospel of Jesus' Wife," "Everything Will Be Taken Away," and "Poem for Fried Chicken on Scandal" at Paperbag


"ALL THEY WANT IS MY MONEY MY PUSSY MY BLOOD" (Spanish Translation) at Mexico City Review

"Heaven Be a Xanax" and "Beyoncé, touring in Asia, Breaks Down in a White Tee" at H_NGM_N

"So What," "The President Has Never Said the Word Black" and "99 Problems" at Boston Review

"The Book of Genesis" on Poets.org's Poem-a-Day

"Beyoncé on the Line for Gaga," "Rebirth of Slick," and "White Beyoncé" in Glittermob

"[All my friends are in love and it is]" in Sink Review

"The Book of Negroes" in The Awl

"The Book of Revelation" in Twelfth House

"Let Me Handle My Business, Damn" in Poetry

"If You Are Over Staying Woke" in PoetryNow

"Another Another Autumn in New York" and "Jive Ass Bird" in Wreck Park

"Ebony Samba" in Sink Review

"Who Speaks for the Earth?" in Powder Keg's COSMOS Issue

"Beyoncé is Sorry for What She Won't Feel" in Leveler

"Welcome to the Jungle" in Prelude, Issue 1

"Beyoncé in Third Person" in Prelude, Issue 1

"Please Wait (Or, There Are More Beautiful Things Than Beyoncé" in Prelude, Issue 1

"Black Ego (Original Sound Track)" and "Lower The Pitch of Your Suffering" in Hyperallergic

"The President's Wife" and "These Are Dangerous Times Man" in Big Lucks

"The Great Pacific Garbage Patch" in Coconut Poetry

"I Feel Most Colored When I Am Thrown Against A Sharp White Background: An Elegy" at Apogee Journal

"RoboBeyoncé" and "Song of the Carefree Black Girl" in 90s Meg Ryan (with audio)

Audio: 5 poems on The Catapult podcast, with Stacy Parker Le Melle

"Other People's Comfort Keeps Me Up At Night," "How To Piss in Public and Maintain Femininity," and "The Book of Exodus" in The Offending Adam

"There Is Another World and I Am Better In It" in Phantom Limb

"If My Housemate Fucks With Me I Would Get So Real (Audition Tape Take 1)" in PANK  (with audio)

"Poem Made of Chewed-Up Nicorette from the Garbage in Front of Kate Hudson’s House” in PANK  (with audio)

"Poem for the June Eclipse" in ILK Journal

"Poem [I know it takes seven years for our cells to change]" in Painted Bride Quarterly

"Apology With Pearls On" in Painted Bride Quarterly

"Epistolary Poem for Reader, Brother, Grandmother, Men (Or, When I Say I Want To Spit You Up)" in Painted Bride Quarterly

"Boys Boys Boys" in Painted Bride Quarterly

"America This Is For You (Audition Tape Take Two)” in Painted Bride Quarterly

"Quiet Alcohol" on jdbrecords

 "Poem [We're already behind schedule so I wait under]" in NOÖ Journal

"I'm Not Like The King of Black People" in Vinyl Poetry

"Everything is Bothering Me" in Pinwheel

"Afro," "My Vinyl Weighs A Ton," "Everyone Knows Where Art Comes From It Comes From The Store," "Miss Black America," and "Ain't Misbehavin'" in The Portable Boog Reader 7

"Freaky Friday Starring Beyoncé and Lady Gaga" at 30xLace

"Greetings from Struggle City" in Western Beefs of North America

"Hot Serpent in the City" and "Beyoncé Sighs to Gaga, I Am Not in the Mood for Your Darkness Right Now" in Blunderbuss

"Welcome to the Jungle" in 2016 Pushcart Prize Anthology - Best of the Small Presses

"99 Problems" (German Translation) in Edit 

"Personality Test," "Origin of the Universe," and "I TOLD MY THERAPIST I TRIED TO MEDITATE AND SHE LAUGHED" in 6x6, #32

"love poem" and "Funeral for the Black Dog" in Washington Square, Issue 36

"Poem Made of Empty Prescription Bottles in the Garbage in Front of Bill Murray's House" in Tin House

"God She Is Black" in jubilat, Issue 26.

“The World Is Beautiful But You Are Not In It”  in Handsome, Volume 5

“On Children, How I Hate Them and Want To Corrupt Them, How You Know I Hate Them, and What That Could Mean” in Why I Am Not A Painter

“I Was Trotting Along and Suddenly,” “On Getting One’s Groove Back” and “Morgan What, Morgan Who?” in Forklift, Ohio, Issue 26

"Miss Black America" in No, Dear, Issue 11

"It Doesn't Get Cold Where We're From And We Weren't Taught," "Look," and "Real Housewife Defends Herself In Front of A Live Studio Audience" in The Literary Review: Scenster

"Rest Stop/ Fresno County Line/ January" in Day One, Issue 2

"The History of Black People [after Jean-Michael Basquiat, after white people]" in Spook, Issue 3

"Lush Life" and "There Are Other Things I Want To Explain But They Are Mysteries" in Gigantic Sequins 5.1

"White Walls White People" in Vanitas 7

"Brunch Poems" in The Atlas Review, Issue 3

"Their Grandmothers Never Did the Laundry" and "negro sunshine" in Apogee Journal, Issue 3