Poetry of Presence: An Anthology of Mindfulness Poems. Eds. Phyllis Cole-Dai and Ruby R. Wilson. Connecticut: Grayson Books, forthcoming 2017.
“Pi.” AstroPoetry Blog. Astronomers Without Borders.org. 2016.
“Friday Night.” South Dakota Magazine. September/October 2015.
“Maybe the Moon is Falling.” Four Quarters to a Section: An Anthology of South Dakota Poets. Sioux Falls: South Dakota State Poetry Society, 2015.
“Time Warp.” Action, Influence, Voice: Contemporary South Dakota Women. Eds. Meredith Redlin, Christine Stewart-Nuñez, and Julie M. Barst. Brookings: South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum, 2015.
At the Rim of the Horizon. Kentucky: Finishing Line Press, 2014.
“Linda Hasselstrom: Buffalo Grass and Graves.” New Letters 79 (Spring/Summer 2013): 3.
“Birthday Sunrise.” A Year of Being Here.com. Project curator Phyllis Cole-Dai. 22 May 2013.
“Return of the Swallows.” P3 (Painters, Poets and Pavilion) exhibition of collaborative works of visual art and poetry. Washington Pavilion of Arts and Science, Sioux Falls. 21 Dec. 2012-16 Mar. 2013.
Campus Sketches: Images of South Dakota State University in Word and Photograph. Brookings. 2012.
“The South Barn.” South Dakota Magazine. March/April 2011.
“In My Kitchen.” P3 (Painters, Poets & Pavilion) exhibition of collaborative works of art and poetry. Washington Pavilion of Arts and Science, Sioux Falls. 19 Nov. 2010 – 13 Feb. 2011.
“Windmill.” P3 (Painters, Poets & Pavilion) exhibition of collaborative works of art and poetry. Washington Pavilion of Arts and Science, Sioux Falls. 4 Dec. 2009 – 28 Feb. 2010.
“Our Windmill.” Life on the Farm and Ranch: South Dakota Stories. Ed. John E. Miller. Brookings: South Dakota Humanities Council, 2009.
“Going Once, Going Twice.” Peril and Promise: Essays on Community in South Dakota and Beyond. Ed. Charles L. Woodard. Brookings: South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum, 2007.
“Milky Way.” Dakota Heritage 1,2 (Fall 2006): 5.
“Room for a Small House.” Crazy Woman Creek. Eds. Linda M. Hasselstrom, Gaydell Collier, and Nancy Curtis. New York: Houghton Mifflin, 2004.
“Windbreak House Gives Writers New Perspective.” Arts Alive South Dakota (Autumn 1999): 1.