A Shield of Faith

The Asahi Shimbun, (November 4, 2016)

A haiku selected for the special issue on weather.

As the Cottonwood Goes

UCL Publishers' Prize, (August 20, 2016)

The opening story of the anthology, this is the story of Richard, Duke of Normandy, who escapes from his captors and heads toward freedom while he has a chance.

Shadow of a Dream

UCL Publishers' Prize for Young Adult Fiction, (August 18, 2016)

Awarded 3rd place, this is the story of a dream torn into reality, which was described by the judges as a "really intriguing, creepy premise," "very spooky," and "genuinely creepy."

“Autumn Equinox”

The Asahi Shimbun, (October 2, 2015)

A haiku selected for the special feature on the changing of seasons.

“Terrain is Seared”

The Asahi Shimbun, (April 17, 2015)

A haiku describing the San Francisco drought for the issue on climate change.

“How the Heaven Shines with Stars,” “With Castanets They Dance,” “In an African City,” and “How My Thoughts Fly to Tomorrow!”

Alchemy: Journal of Translation V.5, UCSD, (2014)

Four poems by Hans Christian Andersen, written about his travels through Spain and Africa, translated from the original Danish into English.

“I Afrikanerbyen,” “Year’s Children,” and “Heart’s Songs”

Audeamus V.7, University of California Honors Journal, (2013)

Three poems by Hans Christian Andersen, an early 19th c. Danish author, translated into English.