"My Friend Died of Cancer, but Lives in Moss." Catapult. June 2018.
"Red: Our Aura Reading." Miracle Monocle. Issue No. 10, April 2018. Winner of the 2018 Miracle Monocle Editors' Award for Emerging Writers. Pushcart Nominated.
"The Email that Changed Everything." The Rumpus. December 2017.
"Q&A: Sayantani DasGupta Wants to Empower Girls to Slay Their Demons." Ms. Magazine Blog. December 2017.
"Q&A: Comedian Kelli Dunham on Storytelling as a Radical, Transformative Act." Ms. Magazine Blog. May 2017.
"Anthologies Live: An Editor on the Work and Power of a Themed Collection." The Woven Tale Press. May 2017.
"Q&A: Laura Raborn's Art Uses Trump's Words to Support Planned Parenthood." Ms. Magazine Blog. March 2017.
"Transmuting Trump: Arkansas Artist Laura Raborn Transforms Trump Quotes into Funds for Planned Parenthood." Interview. Entropy Magazine. March 2017.
Marked: How Physical Scars Help Write the Stories of our Lives. Blog for Psychology Today.
"Tissue: A Scar Story." The Woven Tale Press, Volume V #1. February 2017.
"Tissue." Scars: An Anthology. Fall 2015.
"We Scar, We Heal, We Rise." Scars: An Anthology. Fall 2015.
"We Scar, We Heal, We Rise." The Best American Essays 2013, notable essay.
"We Scar, We Heal, We Rise." Anderbo.com 2012 Creative Nonfiction Contest finalist with $150 prize (no winner announced).
Nominated for a 2018 Pushcart Prize.
Recipient of the 2018 Miracle Monocle Editors' Award for Emerging Writers.
Writer of monthly column “Arkansas Books” for The Springs Magazine.
Recipient of $500 Grant from The Arkansas Arts Council's Sally A. Williams Artist Fund to attend the 2017 Association of Writers & Writing Programs Conference in Washington, DC. January 2017.
Contributor to "Page-Turners" 2016 reading recommendations. Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. December 2016.
Panelist at the 2016 Louisiana Festival of Books for Scars: An Anthology. Spring 2016.
Panelist at the 2016 Arkansas Literary Festival for Scars: An Anthology. Spring 2016.
Review of Scars: An Anthology in Intima: A Journal of Narrative Medicine. January 2016.
Featured in "Personal Space." Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. January 2016.
Panelist at Columbia University's Seminar in Narrative, Health, and Social Justice for Scars: An Anthology. Fall 2015.
Recipient of weekend Writers' Residence at The Joan Mitchell Center, New Orleans, LA. Fall 2015.
UALR Alumni Interview. 2015.
Scars: An Anthology book launch announcement. Arkansas Times. Fall 2015.
"A Father's Heart." The Healing Muse: Vol. 10.1. Fall 2010.
"Caustic Hairdresser." Fog City Writers Poetry Competition, Honorable Mention. Summer 2007.
"The Shell Collector." Glimmer Train New Writers Contest, Honorable Mention. 2012.
Robert Olen Butler's From Where We Dream. "Achieving Thrum: An Analysis of Robert Olen Butler's Method-Writing Approach." 2010.
Craig Thompson's Blankets. The Emprise Review, Volume 15 (defunct).
George Jensen's Some of the Words are Theirs: A Memoir of an Alcoholic Family. The Emprise Review, Volume 14 (defunct).