Sewanee Writers' Conference Scholar. 2021.
Bruising -- a finalist for Eastern Iowa Review's chapbook competition. Eastern Iowa Review. 2021.
Finalist for the Limp Wrist Glitter Bomb Award. 2021.
Semi-finalist for the 2021 Zócalo Poetry Competition. Zócalo Public Square. 2021.
Litany of Hungers (art/hybrid chapbook) accepted for publication by Finishing Line Press. 2021.
Awarded the Academy of American Poets Prize, selected by Adrian Matejka. 2021.
Awarded the Inprint Donald Barthelme Prize in Poetry, selected by Adrian Matejka. 2021.
Shoutout from Coffee and Paneer. 2021.
Inclusion of "Burials" and "Forest Elegy" in Best Microfiction 2020 anthology. Best Microfiction. 2020.
Quoted in the letter from the editor. Colorado Review. 2020.
"At Crescent Park" chosen for web spotlight by Ruth Awad. Southern Indiana Review. 2020.
"Forest Elegy" nominated for Best Microfiction. CRAFT. 2020.
"Burials" nominated for Best Microfiction. The Roadrunner Review. 2020.
"November Pastoral" nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Salamander. 2020.
Semifinalist for Cultural Weekly's 8th annual Jack Grapes’ Poetry Prize. Cultural Weekly. 2020.
About "Forest Elegy." CRAFT. 2020.
"First Day of Spring" nominated for a Pushcart Prize. The Bombay Review. 2020.
"Ode to Mouth" and "What I Want" nominated for Best of the Net. Up North Lit. 2020.
AWP Writer-to-Writer Mentee. AWP. 2020.
"Litany with Downpour" nominated for Best of the Net. The Citron Review. 2020.
Semifinalist for the Pamet River Prize. YesYes Books. 2020.
A First Reading of "After." YouTube. 2020.
Livetweeting about "Adulthood Begins with My Fist." Lit Mag Live Tweets. 2020.
Semifinalist for The Southeast Review's Gearhart Poetry Prize. The Southeast Review. 2020.
New South Journal Contest: First Place. New South. 2020.
Exceptional Poetry from Around the Web: February 2020. Frontier. 2020.
Finalist for the Antioch-Frontier Fellowship. 2020.
Semifinalist for the Persea Books Lexi Rudnitsky First Book Prize in Poetry. 2020.
Semifinalist for the 2019 Frontier Award for New Poets. 2019.
Finalist for the Pamet River Prize. YesYes Books. 2019.
Semifinalist for the Pamet River Prize. YesYes Books. 2019.
First Place. Byzantium. 2018.
Second Place. Byzantium. 2017.
Editor's Choice Award. Byzantium. 2016.