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Anthologies (contributor)

• 2020 TBD: "Prayers for a New Reality," (Her)oics: Women's Lived Experience of the Pandemic, Amy Roost
  & Joanell Serra, eds, 
Regal Press

• 2019: "Who Do You Think You Are?" We've Been Too Patient: Voices from Radical Mental Health, L.D. 
  Green & Kelechi Ubozoh, 
eds.,North Atlantic Press

• 2018: “Swimming in the New Normal,” Nothing But The Truth So Help Me God: All the Women in My
  Family Sing,
Deborah Santana, ed. Nothing But The Truth 

• 2017: “Arboreal Homicide,” Your Golden Sun Still Shines, Denise Sullivan, ed., Manic D Press

• 2017: “lost,” Lost: Reflections anthology, Medusa’s Laugh Press

• 2015: “A Conspiracy of Blandness,” 2015 Anthology of Featured Poets, Moonstone Poetry Series,

• 2009: “Grandma’s House,” and “X-Ray Eyes,” Empty Shoes: Poems on the Hungry and the Homeless,

  Popcorn Press

• 2008: “A Trunk of Dreams” and “A Living Civics Lesson,” My Words Are Gonna Linger: The Art of
  Personal History
, Association of Personal Historians

• 2007: “Don’t Look Away,” Cheers to Muses: Contemporary Works by Asian American Women, Asian     
  American Women Artists Association

• 2003: “A Well-Made Life,” InvAsian: Growing Up Asian American and Female in the United States, Asian
  Women United


Literary Journals (contributor)

• July 20, 2020: "Stubborn Weeds," Dispatches from Quarantoine, Sf Creative Writing Insittute

• May 14, 2020: "Stubborn Weeds," San Francisco Poet Laureate Kim Shuck's Poem of the Day

• Summer 2019: "Zembu Arigatai," Soundings East

• Mar 2019: "More than a Number, " sPARKLE + bLINK, print

• Fall 2016: “The Beggar Woman’s Baby,” Eleven Eleven  print

• Spring 2016: “The Elephant Hair,” AWAY Journal online

• Winter 2015: “Of Christmas and Karma,” Persimmon Tree online

• Nov 2015: “Too Bad,” Mother of All Stories on-line (Asian Women United) online

• Nov 2015:  “raw does not bleed,” poem and artwork, Whirlwind Magazine #6, print & online

• Aug 2015: “One Woman’s Hell… A Gentrifier’s Lament,” Poor Magazine

• Aug 2015  “Souvenirs of New Orleans,” poem, Whirlwind Magazine #5, print & online

• June 2014: “The Sansei Perspective,” Discover Nikkei online

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