Publications

Web

“Bottle Caps,” Tin House Flash Fidelity, May 2017

Review of Building Fires in the Snow: A Collection of Alaska LGBTQ Short Fiction and Poetry, terrain.org, February 2017

“Self-Regulation: Nine Moments in a Life as a Mammal,” ROAR Feminist, January 2017

Complete, Eaten, and Over,” Edible Alaska, September 2016

Arctic Science, Arctic Classrooms,” The Arctic Institute, July 2016

Caffeine and Community Behind the Counter,” Edible Alaska blog, May 2016

49 Writers guest blogging, March 2016 (link to consolidated links)

“Staying Home,” in Cirque, summer 2015, page 51

Notes on Mud and Latin,” in the Denali Climate Anthology, National Park Service, summer 2015

“Gender in Cold Worlds,” (a response to Ursula LeGuin’s The Left Hand of Darkness), The Fiction Advocate, May 2015

The Postcard Days,” on Vela Magazine, September 2014.

Moths Drink the Tears,” a response to Rebecca Solnit’s The Faraway Nearby on tropmag.com, September 2013.

“End Words,Cirque Journal, page 7, summer 2012.

Print only

“Infinitivo,” volume 39 issue 1 & 2, Pilgrimage Journal, Fall 2015

Love, Loss, and Water: A Meditation on a Metaphor,” ISLE Journal‘s winter 2014 special issue on climate change (print only w/o ASLE membership)

“The Great Silent Places,” Camas Magazine, summer 2012

Photography

Cover photo, Alaska Women Speak, Winter 2017

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4 thoughts on “Publications

  1. I’m so glad you posted all of these! You have such a distinctive essay voice and reading these is a fascinating experience because on the one hand it takes me back to college (especially the Vela Magazine one) and on the other hand I feel like your style has matured and become so professional (I hope that doesn’t come across as condescending; I mean it sincerely). The Notes on Mud and Latin was my favorite because of the way you talk about change and how it fits perfectly with the research I do on how language and, specifically, our pronunciations of vowels, changes over time. Permafrost, Alzheimer’s, and vowel pronunciations — who knew?

    P.S. Just to let you know that this link seems to be down, or else isn’t working on my browser: http://thebetterbombshell.com/2013/05/25/a-shortened-history-of-alaska/

    1. Hey, thanks for reading and for your feedback! This is definitely a work in progress, and I’ve sort of lost track of the links.
      I hope to see you soon, and talk college, permafrost, vowels, and everything in between!

  2. erica,

    hey there. i love the new website…it is awesome and i love the layout. this is going to be so much fun to explore through. well done.

    Alonzo
    ):)

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