Reluctant Mistress.  Gold Wake Press. 2013

Drifting Down the Lane: An Anthology of Poetry and Art. Moon and Mountain Publishing. 2013

The Dark Length Home. Noctuary Press, March 2017.

Anthology of Forgotten WomenGrayson Books. March 2017.

The Good Girl is Always a Ghost. Black Lawrence Press. July 2018.

Condoms and Hot Tubs Don’t Mix: An Anthology of Sexcapades. Beating Windward Press. Forthcoming.

Nasty Women Poets: An Anthology of Subversive VerseLost Horse Press. Sept. 2017


“The Old Red Maple.” Minnetonka Review.   (Feb. 2008)

“Harley Rider.”   (Mar. 2008)

“Words.” Pank Magazine.    (May 2009)

“Lepidoptery.” Glass: A Journal of Poetry.    (Sept. 2009)

“Small Wreckage” and “Single Girls.” The Fertile Source.  (Mar. 2010)

“Searching for Amelia Earhart” and “Elegy for CD Laws.” Fogged Clarity (Mar. 2010)

“Funeral in Provincetown.” The Aurorean.  (Apr. 2010)

“Virginity” and “Hysterectomy.” Breadcrumb Scabs.   (May 2010)

“Ache,” “The Hottest Day of the Year,” and “Not for Love’s Sake.” Poetry Quarterly.     (June 2010)

“Dandelions.” Cold Mountain Review.  (July 2010)

“Blue Suns, Yellow Skies” and “The Side of the Road.” Burning Word.  (Apr. 2011)

“The Morning After.” The Comstock Review.  (Aug. 2011)

“Pike,” “Ode to the Orgasm,” Eros’ Defense,” “Flesh Perception,” and “Wild Things.” Nefarious Ballerina.   (Aug. 2011)

“Dabbling in the Occult.” Line Zero.  (Nov. 2011)

“Biology.” Thrush Poetry Journal.   (Mar. 2012)

“If You Want to Write About Grief.” Black Heart Magazine.  (Mar. 2012)

“Woman Folding Origami.” The Montucky Review.  (Jun. 2012)

“To Orpheus,” “Mother,” “Sitting on the Porch at 5 am,” “Reluctant Mistress,” and “End of the Affair.” Eunoia Review.  (Sept. 2012)

“Elegy for the Robin.” Foundling Review. (Sept. 2012)

“The Ritual,” “In Your Twenties,” and “Astronomy 101.” Stone Highway Review.  (Sept. 2012)

“Autumn Equinox and the Harvest Moon.” Boston Literary Magazine. (Sept. 2012)

“Snapdragons.” Cider Press Review. (Oct. 2012)

“Those Common Fictions.” New South. (Mar. 2013)

“Undo.” The Squaw Valley Review. (June 2013)

“Vows.” Dressing Room Poetry Journal. (Mar. 2013)

“Leap,” “Black Ice,” and “Napa Valley.”  The Poetic Pinup Revue. (May 2013)

“The Revelation.” A-Minor Magazine. (May 2013)

Snapdragons.” Verse Daily. (Mar. 2013)

“Annie Oakley” and “Allegory of God’s Love.” The Pinch. (Nov. 2013)

“To Judy Garland.” Broad! A Gentlelady’s Magazine. (Aug. 2013)

“Divorce.” The Smoking Poet. (Oct. 2013)

“The Bitch,” “Guardian Angel,” “Panic Attack,” and “Heartache.” Honest Press. (Aug. 2013)

excerpts from The Dark Length Home by Anne Champion and Sarah Sweeney. The Poetic Pinup Revue. (Oct. 2013)

“Heartache.” Clutching at Straws. (Sept. 2013)

excerpts from The Dark Length Home by Anne Champion and Sarah Sweeney. Stone Highway Review. (Oct. 2013)

“Affair.” PoetsArtists. (Oct. 2013)

“Purity.” Gutter Eloquence. (Oct. 2013)

“Couple’s Therapy.” The Nervous Breakdown. (Oct. 2013)

“Interpreting the Dream.” Melusine. (Dec. 2013)

excerpts from The Dark Length Home by Anne Champion and Sarah Sweeney. Amethyst Arsenic. (Dec. 2013)

“Dueling Sonnets in a Photo Album.” Noctua Review. (May 2014)

“Change of Season.” Up the Staircase Quarterly. (Feb. 2014)

“The Most Terrible Thing.” Midway Journal. (July 2014)

“Marching for Mike Brown.” Entropy Magazine. (Dec. 2014)

“Morning Tea.” Stirring. (Feb. 2015)

“Maybe You’ll Come Back.” Redivider. (June 2015)

“Fistful of Feathers,” “Re-entry,” and “Phone Call to Mom.” Split Lip Magazine. (Apr. 2015)

Excerpts from The Dark Length Home by Anne Champion and Sarah Sweeney. Split Lip Magazine. (Apr. 2015)

“Demolition Order.” Jaffat El Aqlam. (Apr. 2015)

“I Know the Woman I’m Expected To Be.” Ostrich Review. (Jul. 2015)

“The Book of Sumud.” Prairie Schooner. (June 2016)

“Steady Ground” and “The Perfume of this World.” HEArt: Human Equity Through Art. (Feb. 2016)

“Burning Pages in Gaza.” NonBinary Review. (May 2016)

“Aileen Wuornos” and “Sally Ride Watches the Challenger Explode.” So to Speak. (Sept. 2016)

“Ways to Avoid Despair.” WomenArts Quarterly. (Apr. 2016)

“The Hilton Conjoined Twins.” Boxcar Poetry Review. (Mar. 2016)

“Mae West Instructs How Not to Love.” Greensboro Review. (Upcoming)

“Tent of Nations,” “Raids,” “Prison Hunger Strike,” and “Only Your Blood.” Unsettling America: Decolonization in Theory and Practice. (Apr. 2016)

“What Princess Diana Taught Me.” Pittsburgh Poetry Review. (Jul. 2016)

“Eva Peron.” Southword Journal. (Aug. 2016)

“The Spice Market.” Harpur Palate. (Apr. 2017)

“Diego and I” and “Please Tell Me This About Helen Keller.” Apt. (Nov. 2016)

“Fatherly Wisdom for the Palestinian Child,” “Why I Feel Privilege Guilt During My Interrogation at the Israeli Airport,” and “Show Your ID.” Connotation Press: An Online Artifact. (July 2016)

“Conversations in which Nicole Brown Simpson’s Ghost Appears.” Up the Staircase Quarterly. (Aug. 2016)

“The Rhythm of Uncertainty.” descant. (Jan. 2017)

“Gaza Prayer Circle” and “In the Rabbi Settler’s House.” The Potomac. (Jan. 2017)

“Weathervane.” Thrush Poetry Journal. (Sept. 2016)

“Spell for a Hive,” “Spell for Drained Public Pools,” and “The Gone, the Disappeared.” Gargoyle. (Nov. 2016)

“Baptism Ritual.” San Pedro River Review. (Oct. 2016)

“Bettie Page and the Wisdom of Old Age.” Muzzle Magazine. (Nov. 2016)

“Not in My Name, Nor for My Security.” Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review. (Nov. 2016)

“Graveyard of Numbers.” Epiphany Magazine. (Dec. 2016)

“Inherited Jewelry” and “Mermaid Spell.” Dressing Room Poetry Journal. (Nov. 2016)

“Mothkeeper,” “Spell for Worry,” “Spell for a Gash,” “Roadkill Resuscitation,” and “Mandatory Dissection.” Menacing Hedge. (Jan. 2017)

“Spell to Delay the End of Time.” Amethyst Arsenic. (Dec. 2016)

“For Meena Kamal” and “Woman Knight of Mirror Lake.” Eleven Eleven. (Jan. 2017)

“Letter from a Martyr’s Widow.” Puerto Del Sol. (Mar. 2017)

“Spell Said in the Valley,” “Spell for Corsets and Underwire,” “Raze an Abandoned House,” and “Spell for Dead Lovers.” Queen Mob’s Tea House. (Jan. 2017)

“Albert Cashier.” The Fem. (Jan. 2017)

“Predictions,” “Praise Song,” “Japanese Arrowroot,” and “Saltwater Spell.” The Pinch. (Mar. 2017)

“We Can’t Breathe.” Salamander. (June 2017)

“For a Bruise” and “Spell for the Girls Who Want Spells.” Bellingham Review. (Upcoming)

“When They Come for the Girls Today” and “Am I a Saint?” New South. (Upcoming)

“Saint Rita” and “Saint Brigid of Ireland.” Diode. (June 2017)

“War Games in Gaza.” Rise Up Review. (April 2017)

“Spell for Machines.” The Cortland Review. (May 2017)

“Florence Nightingale: The Lady with the Lamp.” Sweet. (June 2017)

“Saint Appollonia,” “Saint Barbara,” “Saint Dymphna,” “Saint Margaret,” and “Saint Teresa of Avila.” Tupelo Quarterly. (June 2017)

“Spell to Stop Harassment,” “Body Spell,” and “Fossil Spell.” Bateau Literary Magazine. (Nov. 2017)

“Saint Christina the Astonishing” and “Saint Quiteria.” The Boiler. (July 2017)

“On Noticing that Nearly Every Biography in the Children’s Book of Women Saints Starts by Describing a ‘Beautiful Girl.’” Carve Magazine. (Upcoming)

“Saint Lucy.” Nightjar Review. (Sept. 2017)

“Saint Agnes.” Fourth and Sycamore. (Sept. 2017)

“I Want to Marry a Communist.” Crab Orchard Review. (Feb. 2018)

“Saint Ursula” and “Saint Joan of Arc.” Off the Coast. (Nov. 2017)

“How Capitalism Ends” and “How Capitalism Fucks.” Waccamaw. (Nov. 2017)

“Saint Hermione.” Glass: A Journal of Poetry. (Nov. 2017)

“After the President Calls Citizens ‘Sons of Bitches.'” Pangyrus. (Upcoming)

“The Business of Guns” and “After the Election, I Lose Desire for Men.” Chiron Review. (Upcoming)

“What is Trying to Kill You” and “How Capitalism Dreams.” Jet Fuel Review. (Dec. 2017)

“Guevarism” and “How to Survive Neoliberalism.” Matter Monthly. (Feb. 2018)


“Her Kind.” Our Time is Now. (Mar. 2004)


“Review of Amy Munson’s Yes Thorn. The Lit Pub. (Sept. 2017)

“Review of Tana Jean Welch’s Latest Volcano.” Tupelo Quarterly. (Apr. 2016)

“Review of Sheila Squillante’s Beautiful Nerve.” Tupelo Quarterly. (Feb. 2016)

“Review of Hala Alyan’s Four Cities.” Tupelo Quarterly. (Jan. 2016)

“Review of Kristina Marie Darling’s Scorched Altar.American Micro Reviews and Interviews. (Feb. 2015)

“Poetry of Empathy and Witness: A Review of Tarfia Faizullah’s Seam. Tupelo Quarterly. (Jan. 2015)

“Review of Kristina Marie Darling’s Fortress. Word Riot. (Dec. 2014)

“Review of Danielle Parfunda’s Natural History Rape Museum.PANK. (May 2014)

“Review of Kristina Marie Darling and Max Avi Kaplan’s Music for Another Life. PANK. (Mar. 2014)

“Review of Cynthia Atkin’s In the Event of Full Disclosure. PANK. (Jan. 2014)

“Review of Alexis Ivy’s Romance with Small Time Crooks. PANK. (Nov. 2013)

“Review of Hannah Stephenson’s In the Kettle, the Shriek.Rattle. (Oct. 2013)

“Review of Kristina Marie Darling’s Palimpsest.” The Rumpus. (Oct. 2013)

“25 Points Review of Kristina Marie Darling’s Brushes With. HTMLGiant. (Aug. 2013)

“Review of Eva Heisler’s Drawing Water.Bookslut. (Aug. 2013).

“Review of Gabriel Welsch’s The Four Horsepersons of the Disappointing Apocalypse.” Pank Magazine. (June 2013).

“Review of Heather McNaugher’s System of Hideouts.” Pank Magazine. (June 2013)

“Review of Rosebud Ben-Oni’s Solecism. Bookslut. (June 2013)

“Till X Do We Part: A Perfect Marriage of Poetic Collaboration.  Anne Champion on Carol Guess and Kristina Marie Darling.” Pleiades. (June 2013)

“Review of Carol Guess’ F  IN.”  Rattle.  (May 2013)

“Review of Kristina Marie Darling’s Petrarchan. Ploughshares. (Apr. 2013)

“Review of Leah Umansky’s Domestic Uncertainties.Pank Magazine. (Apr. 2013)

“Review of Shanna Compton’s Brink. Pank Magazine. (Mar. 2013)

“Review of Kyle McCord’s Sympathy from the Devil.” Pank Magazine. (Jan. 2013)

“Review of Kristina Marie Darling’s Melancholia: An Essay. Rattle. (Jan. 2013)

“Books to Read: A Review of Mary Stone Dockery, Junot Diaz, and Allison Bechdel.”  LitBridge. (Oct. 2012)

“Review of Kristina Marie Darling’s The Moon and Other Inventions: Poems after Joseph Cornell. Pank Magazine. (Oct. 2012)


“The Penis Fly Trap.” Condoms and Hot Tubs Don’t Mix: An Anthology. (Forthcoming)

“7 Enduring Myths of the Single Woman.” Points in Case. (Jan. 2017)

“Tips for my Future Tinder Matches.” Points in Case. (Oct. 2016)

“The War on Women: We Are Literally Dying From It.” Luna Luna Magazine. (Sept. 2015)

“No Justice, No Peace: Blame Patriarchy.” Luna Luna Magazine. (Aug. 2015)

“I Am Not My Boobs: My Tortured Relationship with my Breasts.” Luna Luna Magazine. (Jul. 2015)

“I Love Being Single and I Feel Like I’m the Only One.” Luna Luna Magazine. (Jun. 2015)

“Madonna Taught Me How to be a Woman (And I’m Not Sorry About It).” Luna Luna Magazine. (Apr. 2015)

“To His Little Pickle: Claire Underwood and the Political Woman.” Luna Luna Magazine. (Mar. 2015)

“Why Opposing a Militarized Police State is Patriotic.” Luna Luna Magazine. (Jan. 2015)

“Obsession Fetish: What We Talk About When We Talk About Women’s Bodies.” Luna Luna Magazine. (Nov. 2014)

“The Rhetoric of White Privilege in America.” Luna Luna Magazine. (Sept. 2014)

“How Can We Promote Social Change? A Message of Hope.” Luna Luna Magazine. (Aug. 2014)

“Solidarity for Palestine: Reflections on a Peace Delegation.” Luna Luna Magazine. (July 2014)

“[Confession] Bouquet of Phalli: Digital Dating and Dick Pics.” Luna Luna Magazine. (June 2014)

“[Confession] Lessons I’ve Learned as a Fat Girl.” Luna Luna Magazine. (May 2014)

“What Women See: Watching Television Centered on Masculinity.” Luna Luna Magazine. (Apr. 2014)

“Mean Girls: Stop Drinking that Haterade.” Luna Luna Magazine. (Mar. 2014)

“When Sexual Liberation Turns into Sexual Degradation.” Luna Luna Magazine. (Feb. 2014)

Girls, A Feminist show? Yay, Nay, or Meh.” Luna Luna Magazine. (Feb. 2014)

“Sluts, Liars, and Irrational, Overly Emotional, Angry, Needy Poets: Women’s Relationship to Poetry and Craft.” Bridle Path Press. (Feb. 2014)

“Twerk, Miley, Miley, Twerk: How the Criticism of Miley Cyrus Reveals that we are Irrationally Afraid of Women’s Bodies.” Luna Luna Magazine. (Jan. 2014)

“You’re the Smartest and the Dumbest Fucking Person I’ve Ever Known: the Problem with Carrie Mathison.” Luna Luna Magazine. (Jan. 2014)

“I Believe in Honey Boo Boo: Class Issues and Beauty Myths in Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.” PopMatters. (Feb. 2013)


·Pushcart Prize, nominee, New South, 2017

·Pushcart Prize, nominee, Nightjar Review, 2017

·Sundress Publications, Finalist, 2017

·Marsh Hawk Press, Finalist, 2017

·Pushcart Prize, nominee, Zoetic Press, 2016

·Pushcart Prize, nominee, Thrush Poetry Journal, 2016

·Sundress Publications, Finalist, 2016

·Ninth Letter poetry contest, honorable mention: judge Tarfia Faizullah, 2016

·Philip Levine Poetry Prize, Semi-finalist, 2016

·Best of the Net, winner, Midway Journal, 2015

·Barbara Deming Memorial Grant for Women, 2013

·Pushcart Prize, nominee, Gold Wake Press, 2013

·Pushcart Prize, nominee, Drifting Down the Lane Anthology, 2013

·Black Lawrence Press Hudson Prize, Semi-Finalist, 2013

·Emerson College Faculty Development Grant, 2013

·Pushcart Prize, nominee, Stone Highway Review, 2012

·St. Boltoph’s Emerging Writer Grant, nominee, 2012, 2013

·“Editor’s Choice” Poetry Contest, Line Zero Magazine, November 2011

·Academy of American Poets Prize, Emerson College, 2009

·Master’s Thesis Departmental Award nomination, Emerson College, 2009


Colrain Poetry Manuscript Conference, Truchas, New Mexico, June 2016: Ellen Dore Watson, Joan Houlihan, Rusty Morrison, and Hilda Raz

Squaw Valley Community of Writers Poetry Workshop, Squaw Valley, CA, June 2012: Robert Hass, Sharon Olds, Kazim Ali, Katie Ford, and C.D. Wright

Professional Service:

Poetry reader, Ploughshares, 2009-2013