Selected ONLINE

“The Persistence of Symptoms” || Quarterly West and reprinted by the Academy of American Poets
“What Happens After You Become the ‘Most Famous Undocumented Immigrant in America’” || The Atlantic
"The Strange: The Graphic Novel that Captures the Anxieties of Being Undocumented" ||  The Atlantic
"New Patient Intake Form" and "You lose your keys, too, and" ||  World Literature Today
"Ivan, Always Hiding" ||  Southern Humanities Review
"Four Darks In Red" ||  Waxwing
"Circuitry" ||  The Academy of American Poets: Poem-a-Day
"'You Lie'" and "The Part of the Water" ||  The Adroit Journal
"Language of the Border" (Essay) ||  VIDA: Women In Literary Arts
"Speak No Evil Forum: 'MFA vs POC'" (Essay) ||  The Asian American Literary Review
"Undocumented, and Riding Shotgun" (Essay) ||  Zócalo Public Square (in partnership with The National Museum of Natural History for the "What It Means to Be American" project) and reprinted by KCRW
“Landscape with American Dream” ||  California Journal of Poetics
“Homecoming” ||  Drunken Boat
“Tago Ng Tago (TNT),” “Arrival,” “Move-In,” “Snakes In the Grass,” and “Bonfire” ||  Connotation Press
“Between Chou and the Butterfly” and “About the Visas” ||  The Journal
“Electromyography” ||  The Collagist
“Shift” ||  Painted Bride Quarterly and featured on Poetry Daily
“Swarm” and “Leaving the Non-Profit Immigration Lawyer’s Office” ||  Kenyon Review Online
“Remembering Jack Gilbert” ||  Tongue: A Journal of Writing and Art – Marginalia
“Narrative” (digital broadside) ||  Lantern Review


"Beyond the Finish Line" || Poets & Writers Magazine, July/August 2017
“‘More milk, more milk makes it better’” and “Where There’s Smoke” || Eleven Eleven, issue 17
“Exchanging Vows” ||  The Asian American Literary Review, vol. 3.2
“Wreck” || Hayden’s Ferry Review, issue 48                  
“What after” || Third Coast, issue 27
“Postcard” and “Northern Lights” || Nimrod International Journal, issue 52:1
“Slow Machinery” || Spoon River Poetry Review, issue 33:1                    
“Traveling on the I-698” || Salt Hill, issue 20
“Everything Signed & Filed” || Park Slope Reader, issue 3
“Fourth Lesson (Pasalubong)” || Paterson Literary Review, issue 36
“The whole truth and nothing” and “Second lesson (Pressure position)” || Calabash, volume 5.1
“Alabang, 198–” and “Where the stars are in California when you’re an illegal alien” || Caribbean Writing Today
“Drift” || Askew, issue 1
“History” || Fugue, issue 31
“The Undocumented Immigrant Poem # 79” || Oberon, issue 4


"Move-in" || Poetry: A Writer's Guide and Anthology (Amorak Huey and W. Todd Kaneko, eds.)
"Recovery" (Essay) || The Poem’s Country: Place and Poetic Practice (Shara Lessley and Bruce Snider, eds.)
"Between Chou and the Butterfly" || Best American Experimental Writing 2015 (Douglas Kearney, guest ed.)
“The Exemplary Poem and the Exemplary Life” (Essay) || First Light: A Festschrift for Philip Levine on His 85th Birthday
“Wreck” || Best New Poets 2011
“Driving without a license” || Here is a Pen: An Anthology of West Coast Kundiman Poets
“Junkyarding through the great Moreno Valley” || Breathe: 101 Contemporary Odes
“Second Lesson (Circle Inn),” “Junkyarding through the great Moreno Valley,” and “The Undocumented Immigrant Poem # 79” || Bear Flag Republic: Prose Poems and Poetics from California
“Anilao, 1989” || Homage to Vallejo