Fall 2020: “In Decent Seas” in Southern Indiana Review.
Fall 2020: “The Busted Maraca” in The Greensboro Review.
My current manuscript Wolf Trees is a semi-finalist for the 2020 Brittingham and Pollak Poetry Prizes at the University of Wisconsin – many thanks to the editors and readers!
Wolf Trees was a finalist for Sarabande’s Morton Prize in Poetry: congratulations to the 2020 winner Elizabeth Hughey and her collection White Bull, selected by Alberto Ríos!
Summer 2020: “And It Came to Pass in Those Days” in Image
Summer 2020: “The Making of a Mullet” and “If You Secretly Wish Your Child Could Be Secretly Baptized,” in Grist
Winter 2020: “Back-Up Singers” in Quiddity 12.2
Spring 2019: “A Paraklausithyron” in Pleiades
Winter 2019: “I Listen like Nausikaa to NPR” in Arion
A new poem on a new creature, the coywolf, in Ecotone‘s spring 2018 issue
Summer 2018: Three poems in volume two of Jesus the Imagination
Excerpts from my translation-in-progress of Homer’s Iliad, at Exchanges Literary Journal (fall 2017)
Bed of Impatiens was the 2017 Ohioana Awards Readers Choice in Poetry! Thanks to all who voted ❤️
Bed of Impatiens is a finalist for the 2017 Ohioana Award in poetry! Honored to be in this group with Martha Collins, Teri Ellen Cross Davis, John Matthias, and James J Siegel
“Hartsock’s book has very little to do with a literal bed of flowers, but rather more to do with lying down in a bed of various desires that requires or inspires a restless (and lyrically fruitful) impatience” : a review of Bed of Impatiens at NewPages.com ~
All bound up with Saint Augustine, ambiguity, and bedrooms: interview with RHINO poetry journal
On translating abandonment into abandon: contributor spotlight for Midwestern Gothic
From RHINO 2016 (purchase a copy here): “On the Heat of Upstate Travel in the Advancing Polar Air”
“The Sister Karamazov” from Michigan Quarterly Review‘s Spring 2015 Issue receives the 2015 Page Davidson Clayton Prize for Emerging Poets from Michigan Quarterly Review.
“Onion,” from Iron Horse Literary Review‘s 2014 Open Issue
“A fantasy we live by” – Read a review of A Good Wall in Galatea Resurrects.
“My Labor, and My Leisure Too” is a finalist for Midwestern Gothic’s 2015 Lake Prize. Order Issue 20 (Winter 2016) here.
Buy a copy of the anthology Down to the Dark River: Poems about the Mississippi River (Louisiana Literature Press, 2015): I’m thrilled to have two of my poems included among those of Dick Allen, Joseph Bathanti, Kelly Cherry, Malaika Favorite, Ava Leavell Haymon, Yusef Komunyakaa, Ted Kooser, Linda Pastan, Virgil Suarez, and Natasha Trethewey.
Poem from the HMES sequence in DIAGRAM