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2019. "Not someone that I knew." "Hospital." A Day Without Art: Special Anniversary Edition, December 1, 2019.

Pandemonium Press. 

2019. "Midnight Cowboy, X Rating." ImageOutWrite. Jessica Heatly, ed. ImageOut, Vol. 8.


Spring, 2019. "Kickline." "Sylvia Rivera at the Docks." Stonewall's Legacy: A Poetry Anthology. Local Gems Press.

Spring, 2019. "Breaking the Spell (for Yves Lubin, aka Assotto Saint 1957-1994),""For Justin Chin (1969-2015)," "Rue de Seurs (after Constantine Cavafy (1863-1933)." Lovejets: Queer Male Poets on 200 Years of Walt Whitman. Squares & Rebels, Minneapolis. 

2012. Divining Divas: 100 Gay Poets on Their Muses by Michael Montlack (Editor), Lethe Press. Details.

2009. “Winter Day.” A Joyous Season.  Gay Baines and Mary Ann Eichelberger, eds. July Literary Press. Details.


2009, “Fire Island Sonnets” Ganymede Unfinished: A Tribute to John Stahle and His Journal Ganymede. Bryan Borland, ed. Sibling Rivalry Press. Read Chroma Journal review here.


2009. Poetic Voices Without Borders II. Robert L. Giron, ed. Arlington: Gival Press. "Anne Frank in '45."

"Heile Welt." Details.


2008. “Marlene Dietrich: Falling in Love Again.” My Diva: 65 Gay Men on the Women Who Inspire Them. Michael Montlack, ed. University of Wisconsin Press. Read here.


2008. Poetic Voices Without Borders I. Robert L. Giron. ed. Arlington: Gival Press. Details.


2006. Hurricane Blues: Poems about Katrina and Rita. Philip C. Kolin and Susan Swartwout, eds. Cape Girardeau: Southeast Missouri State University Press. “The Yellow School Buses.” Details.


2005. Poetic Voices Without Borders. Robert L. Giron, ed. Arlington: Gival Press. Poem. “Terror Travels.” Details.


2005. Blues for Bill . Kurt Brown, Meg Kearney, Donna Reis, and Estha Weiner, eds. Akron, Ohio: The University of Akron Press. Poem. “The Poet Speaks of Italy.” Details.


2004. I Do/I Don’t: Queers on Marriage. Greg Wharton and Ian Philips, eds. San Francisco: Suspect Thoughts Press.  Essay: “ . . . The Second Time Around.” Details.


2004. Walking Higher: Gay Men Write About the Deaths of Their Mothers. Alexander Renault, ed. Xlibris. Memoir. “The Other Side of Camelot.” Details.


2004. Bend, Don’t Shatter. T. Cole Rachel and Rita D. Costello, eds. New York: Soft Skull Press. Poem: “Black Water Creek.” Details.


Fall, 2003.” Introduction” Slow Dissolve. Poems by Steven Cordova. Moraga, CA: St. Mary’s College of California: Momotombo Press. Details.


Fall, 2003.  In Love United. Tycho Thal, Ed. Provincetown: 9.11 National Peace Poetry Project. Poetry. “New York, October 3, 2001.”


2001. Rebel Yell: Stories by Contemporary Southern Gay Authors. Ed. Jay Quinn. Routledge. Details.


Spring, 2000. Mama’s Boy: Gay Men Write About Their Mothers. “Southern Exposure: A Memoir of my Mother.” Painted Leaf Press. Details.


Fall, 1999. When Love Lasts Forever: Male Couples Celebrate Commitment. Edited by Merle James Yost. Cleveland: The Pilgrim Press. “Holding Tight to Our Love,” p.138. Details.


Spring, 1999. “Laramie, Wyoming, 1998.” Poem. Blood & Tears: Poems for Matthew Shepard. Edited by Scott Gibson. New York: Painted Leaf Press, 1999. p. 58. Details.


May, 1998. The Columbia Anthology of Gay Literature. Ed. Byrne S. Fone, New York: Columbia University Press. Poetry. “Christopher Street 1979.” p. 774. “A Journal of the Plague Years.” p. 801. Details.


1994. Jugular Defences: an AIDS Anthology, Ed. by Peter Daniels and Steve Anthony. The Oscars Press, London.Poetry: "Angel of Morphine," p.61; "Gay Rights March, 1987," p.104. Details.


1989. Poets for Life: Seventy-Six Poets Respond to AIDS. Editor: Michael Klein. Crown Publishers, Inc., New York, 1989. “Petrarch,” p.109. Details.

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