- “A Conversation With His Wife” 300 Days of Sun Print
- “Lost Marbles” Sun & Sandstone Print
- “Rain Covered His Bones” The Opiate Magazine Online
- “Something you can do” & “Sentencing” The Opiate Magazine Print
- “Space Water” The Birds We Piled Loosely Online
- “Bacchanalia,” “queen ant,” “I am going postal,” & “Will I drink your words” WINDOW Online
- “She tries to write a smooth love poem,” “I had sewn myself,” “Hear me,” “they say we can smell fear,” and “There are small mercies” Forthcoming. wicked alice zine Online
- Ghost in Girl Costume, winner of the 2017 Hard to Swallow chapbook contest, Birds Piled Loosely Press Print
- “What We Talk About” Interview With William Klein, Carve Magazine Print
Guest Presenter – University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Created a video presentation discussing my research on Margaret Atwood and the romantic love plot in Western literature for an American Literature I course.
Host – University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Volunteered as a host for an interactive workshop on Undergraduate Research as Professional Development. Discussed personal research with fellow undergraduate students as well as resources available through the main campus library.
Volunteer Fiction Reader for 2017 Raymond Carver Short Story Contest – Carve Magazine
Reviewed and voted on submitted short stories for the 2017 Raymond Carver Short Story Contest.
Volunteer Fiction Reader for 2016 Premium Edition Contest – Carve Magazine
Review and vote on submitted fiction stories for the 2nd annual Premium Edition Contest.
Volunteer Fiction Reader for 2016 Raymond Carver Short Story Contest – Carve Magazine
Reviewed and voted on submitted short stories for the 2016 Raymond Carver Short Story Contest.
Guest Reading Committee – Carve Magazine
Review, vote, and provide feedback on submitted short stories for potential publication.
Margaret Atwood and the Implications of the Word “Love”
A research paper that discusses ideal romantic love as it appears in Western literature and how women are portrayed in works containing idealistic romantic plots. It also explores how Canadian author Margaret Atwood rejects the traditional love plot in her novel, The Handmaid’s Tale, as well as in her book of poetry, Power Politics, and the poem “A Woman’s Issue.” Winner of the University Libraries Lance and Elena Calvert Undergraduate Research Award.
Rebel Yell Research Project
Searched archived issues of the Rebel Yell (UNLV’s campus newspaper) in order to find pieces relating to student activism on the following themes: education, anti-war/peace, activism for minorities and civil rights, women’s rights, LGBT, environmental, current student activism, and immigration/immigrant rights.
University Libraries LibGuides
Assisted UNLV Lied Library human resources staff in organizing, editing, and generating content for a staff competency LibGuide and a guide for Classified/Faculty staff candidates.
University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), 2012 – 2017
Bachelor of Arts, English Major, Creative Writing Minor