of Daryl Farmer
Bicycling Beyond the Divide, U of Nebraska Press, 2007.
"In the Long Shadow of a Winter Morning," South Dakota Review, Spring 2006.
"Glass Fragments on the Shoulder of Highway 375," Quarter After Eight (forthcoming).
"The Twenty-Fourth Letter," Eclipse, Volume Eighteen, Fall 2007.
"This Poem Mumbles Incoherently to Itself as it Walks Down the Crowded Street,"
Eclipse, Volume Eighteen, Fall 2007.
"Bicycling the Cowboy State," The Laurel Review, Winter 2007.
"Like A Haggard Ghost: A San Francisco Journal." Paddlefish, Summer 2007. (Nominated for
Pushcart and Nonfiction Award, 2007).
"Because the Stars We See at Night Are Not the Stars that are There," Isotope
Summer Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers selection, 2008.
Brittain Fellow in Writing, School of Literature, Communication and Culture, Georgia Tech
Louise Van Sickle Fellowship in Creative Writing, University of Nebraska Lincoln, 2005-2006.