Adventures in Property Management // Sibling Rivalry Press, 2017


Appropriate Finery // Cream City Review



Thunder Lizard (Dinosauria, Sauropoda) // H_NGM_N


Borough Body // Territory

Abstract // Hummingbird

Controversial Fossil // Bodega

New York Journal and Advertiser, 1898 // Hobart

How Held // Voicemail Poems

More Comfort // City Arts Magazine


Work Order Request Form // Queen Mob's Teahouse

Sports Center // H_NGM_N

Summer of '69 // tNY.Press

Dress You Up // tNY.Press

Every Arrangement // Sonora Review

Panda Porn, Declarative Life Sentences, and Indirect Mapping // SpringGun Press

Housebroken // Monkeybicycle

Animal Control // Everyday Genius

Prodigal of Smiles // Beecher's magazine

Any Old Apocalypse // Psychopomp

Another True Thing // Pif Magazine

Sweet Nothing: A Manifesto // Tupelo Quarterly

Soup and/or Sandwich // Keep This Bag Away From Children

In Violent Protection // Pacifica Literary Review

Requiem in Betta // Extract(s) // Extract(s) Anthology Vol. 2

For As Long As It Lasts // The Conium Review

Interruption Event // Listen Party

Tony's Theme // 2013 Jack Straw Anthology


Contributor Conversations: Christine Texeira // The Conium Review

"The Semiotics of Portrait Painting" A Review of The Suicide of Claire Bishop by Carmiel Banasky // Green Mountains Review

Contributor Conversations: Charles Rafferty // The Conium Review

Spinning you in its gravity—John Mortara's "Some Planet" // Poetry Northwest

A Kind of Cartography. Book Review: "How to Walk Away" // The Conium Review

Contributor Conversations: Jack Granath // The Conium Review

The Drunk Sonnets // Authors, Publishers, and Readers of Independent Literature Blog

Dean and Britta Go Pop // The Stranger

Various Music Reviews // Three Imaginary Girls

Nostalgia is Nice, Imaginary Memories are Better // KEXP Blog

A Paradox of Interests: CMJ ’06 // The Brooklyn Rail



Thunder Lizard (Dinosauria, Sauropoda), H_NGM_N 2016

Thunder Lizard (Dinosauria, Sauropoda), H_NGM_N 2016

In her imaginative exegesis of “Oh! Sweet Nuthin’” Werner-Jatzke morphs Lou Reed’s refrain into a kind of Nietzschean mantra... a blissful, transcendent nihilism.... Imagine Lou Reed rewriting “An Orison of Sonmi-451” from David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas.
— B.E. Hopkins, Editor, Tupelo Quarterly