New and collected collection slated for 2022, Salmon Poetry.

Broadside, Shadow, original drawing by Aaron Fink, 2020.

Moordener Kill, published March 2020, available at ​Finishing Line Press.

Interview with Bainard Carey, WYBCX, Yale University Radio

Sculling on the Lethe, Finalist, Eugene Paul Nasser Poetry Prize

Readings / Events

June 25, 2020, Zoom launch, Quaranzine magazine

June 5, Zoom reading, Canio's Books, Sag Harbor, New York, with Maggie Bloomfield and Paul Rabinowitz

April 19, Zoom launch of Moordener Kill and Paul Rabinowitz's The Clay Urn

September 21, 2019, celebration of M.L. Brown's Call it Mist and Three Mile Harbor Press poets, Poet's House, New York

July 18, celebration of Grace Schulman's Mourning Songs, Canio's Books, Sag Harbor, New York, with Philip Schultz and Julie Sheehan

June 9, Zinc Bar, New York, with John Narins

June 4, Short Stories Bookstore and Community Hub, Madison, New Jersey, with Juicy Connotation

May 23, Cliff Dwellers, Chicago

April 11, staged reading, Paging Doctor Faustus, Five Myles Gallery, Brooklyn

March 5, The Writers Roundtable, Newton, New Jersey

Recent Publications


Days of Clear Light - A Festschrift in Honour of Jessie Lendennie & in Celebration of Salmon Poetry at 40, eds. Alan Hayes and Nessa O'Mahony, 2021.


Gay & Lesbian Review, June 6, 2021

        Out at the Main Gate in Washington, D.C.

descant, (vol. 59, 2020)

        Moordener Kill

This Broken Shore, (vol. XIII, no. 1, 2020)

        The Snow Forest

Moordener Kill (Finishing Line Press, 2020)

The Stillwater Review (No. 10. 2020)

        In September
        No Swastikas are Stenciled on Leni Riefenstahl's Diving Board

Quaranzine (2020) 

        Quarantine Haiku
        Poem for Myself in a Plague Year

Long Island Quarterly (2019)

        East End Elegy

This Broken Shore (vol. XII, no. 1, 2019)
        Ars Poetica

Tifert Magazine (Autumn/Winter, 2019)
        The Wall

Off the Coast (Winter, 2019)
        Autumn Rhythm 

        Little Howl

Free Inquiry (October/November 2019)

        The Day After The Day Lady Di Die

Forthcoming Publications

Stillwater Review


Narrative Northeast
Quarantine Haiku
        Poem for Myself in a Plague Year