Oracle Fine Arts Review
West Branch Wired
"For My Brother"
The Literary Nest
Sacramento News & Review
Finalist, flash fiction contest:
"When life gives you lemons"
Sacramento Stories on Stage
“Big Dog” performed April 27, 2012
Sacramento Gay and Lesbian Center’s Revel Art Show
solo room, November 2011
Washington Square, San Jose State University's alumni magazine
"Running Athletics: New SJSU AD Marie Tuite"
"Subway Therapy: Matthew Chavez's Post-It Movement"
"Faculty Spotlight: Fritz Yambrach's Water Vest"
"Community Connector: Netta Conyers-Haynes"
"One Big (Micro)Biome"
"From the Amazon Rainforest to Silicon Valley, Cells Matter"
"Raise Your Hand and Spartan Up"
The Style Line
"A Window to Our World: A Letter to My Daughter"
Oracle Fine Arts Review
"The Saralee Recordings"
Collage Magazine: The Memory Issue
Collage Magazine: The Jazz Issue
"New Orleans, 2010"
“What would a hypothetical utopia based in Northern California look like?”
“On prayer” (2011)
“Americans with Disabilities Act” (2010)
sPARKLE n’ bLINK // Quiet Lightning, San Francisco
“Jenny and the Sea"
Interview with Alice LaPlante, Issue 14.1
497 Really Cool Tips for Kids with Diabetes, American Diabetes Association
Chapter on rowing with type 1 diabetes
Girls Know Best 3: Your Words, Your World, Beyond Words Publishing
"It's a Multi World"
Girls Know Best 2: Tips on Life and Fun Stuff to Do, Beyond Words Publishing
sPARKLE n' bLINK -- Quiet Lightning, San Francisco
“Gravy, Baby, and Other Ways of Making Love”
“Granada Means Pomegranate”
“The Dumbest Parasite in the World”
“This is You”
Flatmancrooked's Slim Volume of Contemporary Poetics
“For the Sun,” finalist in poetry prize
"Your Lovely Hobo," Santa Barbara Ensemble Theatre
"Sweet on You," UC Santa Barbara Monologue Festival
Nominee, 2015 Pushcart Prize for Fiction, nominated by the Oracle Fine Arts Review
Finalist, 2015 Reynolds Prize for Fiction, issued by the Center for Women Writers
Finalist, 2014 Tucson Festival of Books
Finalist, H.E. Francis Short Story Competition, 2013
University of Alabama in Huntsville & the Ruth E. Hindman Foundation
UC Davis Graduate Student Fellowship, 2011
-awarded full tuition scholarship to attend the Tomales Bay Writers' Workshop
UC Davis Graduate Student Travel Grant, 2011
-awarded funding to attend the Napa Valley Writer's Conference
The Write Stuff: Julia Halprin Jackson on Secrets, Expressed or Implied. San Francisco Weekly, Evan Karp. August 2015.