IN and OUT and FORTH

“What Is a Diagnosis to a Demon”
The New Yorker

“WhatsApp Message Analysis and Response”


The Iowa Review

”Not Crazy Just Afraid To Ask”
The Iowa Review

"Dancing Makes Me Desperate"

The Southeast Review

"Taking Over for the '99 and the 2000"
Poetry Society of America

“You Will, Indeed, Always Be the Same Person After Vacation”
Tupelo Quarterly

An Introduction to Shauna Barbosa, curated by dawn lonsinger
Tupelo Quarterly

Poetry Daily

“Let” · “Broke”

“Strology Virgo” · “Strology Capricorn"

“The Genetics of Leaving"
PBS Newshour

"To the Brothers of Cesária Évora" ·  "This Won’t Make Sense in English lénsu-marra" · "Strology Gemini" · "Small Town & Terrifying"
Lit Hub

"Strology Aries"

“Every Year Trying to Get My Body Right”
Lenny Letter

“Strology Scorpio”
Lenny Letter

“Strology Taurus”
Lenny Letter

“Self on the First Date”
City of Notions: An Anthology of Contemporary Boston Poets

Virginia Quarterly Review

“Something African with a K”
RHINO Poetry

“Let” is featured in the Mass Poetry Raining Poetry Project
as well as displayed at Boston City Hall as part of the Mayor’s Office of Arts + Culture Initiative (2016-2017)

“When I Say I Want a Baby”
Colorado Review

“Self on the First Date”
The Atlas Review

“Flush Past the Ferry”
Some Mark Made

“Tone’s Posture”
Some Mark Made

“Big Sun Coming Strong Through the Motel Blinds”
No Tokens Journal

“Re the Dentist and His New Family”
The Awl

“Your Eyes Blink Five-Minute Miles”
The Minnesota Review

PANK Magazine

Sundog Lit

A Bad Penny Review

A Bad Penny Review

“And I Know That She Feels Beautiful”
A Bad Penny Review