“For Selena,” (reprint) Dreaming: A Tribute To Selena Quintanilla-Pérez, FlowerSong Books (forthcoming)

“Abra,” Chicon Street Poets micro-chap-zine series (Autumn 2019)

Imagined Subtext from My First Invitation to a Bachelor Party,” Sybil (January 10, 2019)

For Selena,” Opossum (Issue 3)

“Tradition,” The Chicon Street Poets 2017 Anthology

“Heliocentrism,”  The Chicon Street Poets 2017 Anthology

“Apology,” Us For President (Issue 3) *

“Prometheus and Pandora,” North American Review (Volume 302, Number 2)

“In a Motel Room by the Highway,” 300 Days of Sun (Volume 1, Issue 4) *

“Missing the Perseid Meteor Shower Again,” 300 Days of Sun (Volume 1, Issue 4) *

The Strange and Comely Unity of Water (MFA thesis manuscript), Texas State University †

“Three Vignettes for the Nativity of the Virgin Mary,” St. Sebastian Review (Volume 6, Issue 1) *†

“If Ye Will Lay Hold Upon Every Good Thing and Condemn It Not,” St. Sebastian Review (Volume 6, Issue 1) *†

And at the Hour,” Pilgrim (April 4, 2013)

“Windfall,” Every Day Poets (February 6, 2013) *†

“Fragment: Abel,” Every Day Poets (January 27, 2013) *†

Lines Between the Freckles (group of ten poems), Assaracus: A Journal of Gay Poetry (Issue 09) †

“Stars, They Say, Aren’t Like Us,” Every Day Poets (December 13, 2012) *†

Saturday,” Pilgrim (December 8, 2012)

“I Dreamed You As Delilah,” Every Day Poets (November 30, 2012) *†



* The publication in which this poem appeared is out of print or defunct, but the poem (or a revised version of it) can be found in my self-printed Backspace: Collected and Revised Poems, 2012-2017. Contact me to obtain a copy.

† This poem/collection was published under the name Timothy Connor Dailey. (Dailey is my mother’s surname. Valdés is my father’s. It’s sort of a long story.)