POEMS

Select Poems Online

“I Want to Tell Your Bacteria to Stop It with the Conjunctions,” Pithead Chapel

“Jesus Auditions to Play Jesus,” Malarkey Books

“If I Don’t Die First, I Will Know She’s Dead and Then What Is There Left to Do but Also Be Dead,” CLOVES Literary

“Every Day a Ghost Town Loses a Map,” Salamander

“Frankie Cosmos Is a Good Band Name” & “Volcano Poem,” Identity Theory

“That One Week in Cedar Rapids, Iowa,” Scrawl Place

“A Brief Excerpt from Leigh Chadwick Is Your Favorite Poet: An Unauthorized Biography, Written and Edited by Leigh Chadwick,” Hobart

“Every Year Is a Year,” No Contact

“From Pretend I Am Real,” HAD

“excerpt from Pretend I Am Real,” Reservoir Road

“Pudding Poem,” Twin Pies Literary

“In the Field of Everything I Never Told you,” Milk Candy Review

“The Autobiography of Leigh Chadwick, Pt. 5,” The Indianapolis Review

“I Saw Jesus in a Minivan,” Sledgehammer Lit

“Thin Mints Taste Best Straight from the Refrigerator,” Bending Genres

“Chris Paul Calls Jake from State Farm but He Doesn’t Answer,” W&S Quarterly

“Hospital Poem,” Unbroken

Featured in Rejection Letters

“Suburbs”

“Department of Children Services”

Featured in $-Poetry Is Currency

“Dinosaur Poem Written in June,”

“Inspired by Actual Events”

Featured in Emerge Literary Journal

“Chocolate Chip Pancakes”

“Author Writes About Herself in the Third Person or: The Poem of Tiny Clouds”

Featured in Schuylkill Valley Journal Online

Bullets Not Included”

“How to Feel”

Featured in ONE ART

“Deer Poem”

“It Takes a Calculator to Count the Dead”

“Millennial Poem or: How I Learned to Stop Drinking Starbucks and Wait Patiently for My Parents to Die so I Can Cash in on My Inheritance”

Select Poems Written in Collaboration with Adrienne Marie Barrios

“The Gravity of Sadness,” No Contact

“The Best Sex Is Always the Night Before Clean Sheet Day,” Bear Creek Gazette

“A Ghost Dressed in Memory Foam” & “Down the Road, to the Left,” Passages North

“Sometimes, I Think I Can See Right Through Myself” & “What If We Have a Poem Called ‘Love Song’ and It Just Goes,” trampset