The Sun “Readers Write,” October 2022, “Learning the Hard Way”

River Teeth “Beautiful Things,” July 25, 2022, “To the Men Who I’ve Talked Out of Leaving Their Wives”

Fourteen Hills, No. 28 / 2022, “Blind Spots”

Under the Gum Tree, Winter 2022, “Our Younger Selves”

Craft, September 22, 2021, “The Hierarchy of Soup”

Pangyrus 9, Underlying Conditions, 2022, “Can Your House Kill You?” (print anthology)

Pangyrus, August 10, 2021, “Can Your House Kill You?”

The Pandemic Midlife Crisis: Gen X Women on the Brink, ed. Jessica Smock and Stephanie Sprenger, October 2021, “Nature Has Its Say” (pdf) and “Nature Has Its Say” (book)

[a very tiny mention and photo credit in] The Washington Post, May 26, 2021, “The Asian Dishes That Bring Our Readers Comfort and Remind Them of Home” 

The Plentitudes, Winter 2021, “Are You My Mother?”

Stanford Magazine, December 2020, “Change is Crucial, and Slippery”

The Sunlight Press, February 16, 2020, “Risk Assessment”

Creative Nonfiction, Issue 72 – Games, Fall 2019, “Never a Sure Bet” (link), or “Never a Sure Bet”

Catamaran Literary Reader, Issue 26, Fall 2019, “Sometimes a Body Just Knows What to Do”

Tahoma Literary Review, Issue 13, Fall/Winter 2018, “Cultural Goalposts”

Entropy – Food, August 6, 2018, “Won Ton – The Art of Swallowing a Cloud

Full Grown People, January 11, 2018, “When the World Bends”

Lunch Ticket, Issue 11, Summer/Fall 2017, “The Heavy Bag”

Lunch Ticket, Issue 10, Winter/Spring 2017, “Are We There Yet?”

Metaphorical Fruit, Issue 3: Self Care, October 2016, “Social Engineering”

Slippery Elm, February 2015, “The Bucket Did It”

We Came Back to Say: An Anthology of Memoir. Ed. Theo Pauline Nestor. “A Taste of Home,” Seattle: Third Place Books. 2012.

The Writer’s Connection, September 15, 2011, “How I Learned to Write”

Writing is my Drink, June 13, 2011, “Amber Wong’s 26-Minute Memoir”

We Came to Say: A Collection of MemoirEd. Theo Pauline Nestor. “Moonbeams,” Seattle: Third Place Books. 2011.