Poems

The New Criterion (forthcoming in 2019)“Visiting My Own Grave” 

The Hopkins Review (forthcoming in 2019) — “Plastic Men,” “Drinking All Night in Tennessee,” and “Cheating in a Small Town” 

The Believer (forthcoming in 2019) — “Confession: Silva’s Quarry”

Leafbread (forthcoming in 2019) — “A Haunted House”

The Southeast Review, Issue 37.1The Future of the Past” 

Literary Matters, Issue 11.1, October 2018 — “The Dive” and “Missing

wildness, Issue 14, June 2018 — “Family Negatives Under Microscope” 

Southern Poetry Review, Volume 55, Issue 2, Spring 2018 — “A Voice from the Wreck”

Birmingham Poetry Review, Issue 45, Spring 2018 — “Poem Begun in a West Texas Corn Maze”

Dead Town,” Reprinted in Making Literature Matter: An Anthology for Readers and Writers, 7th edition, ed. John Schlib and John Clifford, Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2018.

Best New Poets 2017 — On the Dred Ranch Road Just off 283

Measure: A Review of Formal Poetry, Volume XI, Issue 2, 2017 — “Girl Found Dead in the Sequatchie Valley” // **nominated for a Pushcart**

Ecotone, Number 23, Spring/Summer 2017 — “Boys

The Stirring, Volume 19, Edition 2, Spring 2017 — “Love Poem with Five Lines Stolen from VHS Boxes

Shenandoah, Volume 66, Number 3, Spring 2017 — “Small Funeral

The Rockhurst Review, 2017 — “Toward Your Understanding

Unsplendid, 2017 — “Necessary Rituals” 

The Hopkins Review, Vol. 9, Issue 4, Fall 2016 — “Dead Town

32 Poems, Issue 13.1Summer 2015 — “Halloween // **nominated for a Pushcart** // “Be a Man: Benjamin S. Grossberg on ‘Halloween’ by Chad Abushanab”

The Raintown Review, 2014 — “Restless

Jellyfish Magazine, Spring 2010 — “Cherry Ripe” and “Grace’s” 

Essays

New Town, New Light,” 32 Poems, December 2015.

Process-Chad Abushanab,” Bayou Magazine, November 2013.

Book Reviews

On Sasha Pimentel’s For Want of Water,” Southern Humanities Review, February 2018.

Faith from the Shores of Doubt: A Review of Michael Shewmaker’s Penumbra,” The Oxford American, April 2017.

The New Testament by Jericho Brown,” Colorado Review, 2015.

“For Us, What Music? The Life and Poetry of Donald Justice,” Resources for American Literary Study, August 2014.