2012 – MFA Creative Writing, University of California, San Diego
2004 – MA Literature, Georgetown University
2000 – BA East Asian Studies, The George Washington University



2018 – from Feed. New York, NY, Belladonna* And/With
2017 – The Rest Is Censored. New York, NY, Bloof Books
2013 – My Little Neoliberal Pony. Insert Press, Los Angeles, CA
2012 – Large Waves to Large Obstacles. Dusie Kollektiv, Switzerland
2011 – And so for you there is no heartbreak. Dusie Kollektiv, Switzerland
2009 – Terminal Humming. Washington, DC, Edge Books

Selected Journals, magazines & anthologies

2017 – Flarf: An Anthology of Flarf. Washington, DC, Edge Books (edited by Drew Gardner, Nada Gordon, Sharon Mesmer, K. Silem Mohammad, and Gary Sullivan).
2017 – “From The Rest Is Censored.” Omniverse. September 18, 2017
2016 – “From Feed.” Eleven Eleven, No. 21
2015 – “Conversation with Jessica Smith.” The Women in Visual Poetry: The Bechdel Test, Essay Press, (edited by Jessica Smith)
2015 – “The Bus Driver Stops.” Deceptively Obvious: A Collaborative Portfolio with Graduates of the G.W. Corcoran School of Art and Design. (With Elizabeth Black).
2015 – Gina Myers, “I Don’t Know How to Live.” Harriet, Apr 17, 2015
2013 – “From Graph,” Postmodern Culture: Special Issue on Debt, Vol. 21, No. 3, May 2013, DOI: 10.1353/pmc.2013.0048
2013 – “From It’s Baseball Season in America.” Mrs. Maybe
2010 – “From Clanging Symbols.” Eleven Eleven, No. 9
2010 – Emohippus Greeting Card—Fourth Series. Emohippus, Los Angeles, CA
2009 – “From See it Everywhere,” Wheelhouse Magazine: PRESS: Activism & the Avant Garde
2009 – “From It Does Not Go Back.” I.E. Reader, Narrowhouse, Baltimore, M.D.
2009 – “Oh Say Can You See? Forum on Nonverbal Reviews and Adaptations of Women’s Poetry” Editor, with Becca Klaver), Delirious Hem
2009 – “The Mind is a Muscle” Delirious Hem: This Is What a Feminist Poet Looks Like
2008 – “Memory Lesson 1.” Phoebe, Vol. 37 No. 1
2008 – “Three Pieces from Memory Lessons,” Foursquare. Special Edition
2008 – “From See it Everywhere,” Area Sneaks, No. 1
2008 – “Forum on Visual Poetry and Poetics.” (editor), Area Sneaks, No. 2
2007 – “On Poetry and Women’s Embodiment,” (with Jessica Smith) Traffic, No. 2


2018 – Rob Mclennan, “Interview,” 12 or 20 Questions (forthcoming)
2018 – Genève Chao, “Permanently Empowered,” Real Chaos Astrology Book Reviews, Vol. 2
2013 – Judith Goldman “‘Today I Am Worth’: K. Lorraine Graham’s ‘Graph’” Postmodern Culture: Special Issue on Debt, Vol. 21, No. 3, May 2013, DOI: 10.1353/pmc.2013.0045
2009 – Elisa Gabbert, “The French Exit Interview,” The French Exit


2019-20 – STABLE, “Dialogues,” Washington, DC. Curated by Jordan Amirkhani
2016 – D.C. Arts Center Nano Gallery, “Facebook Photos by Poets,” Washington, D.C. Curated by Phyllis Rosenzweig
2015 – Washington Printmakers Gallery, “Deceptively Obvious” Washington, D.C.
2015 – Open Studio D.C., “Deceptively Obvious” Washington, D.C.
2010 – Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) “Unnatural Acts” Los Angeles, CA. USA
2009 – Maison des Cultures “Infusoria: Women’s Visual Poetry” Brussels, Belgium
2009 – Het Zilverhof “Infusoria: Women’s Visual Poetry ” Ghent, Belgium


Feb 2020 – “Language,” Dialogues Lecture Series, STABLE, Washington, D.C.
Apr 2018 – “Experiments in Intimacy: The Visual Poetics of Femme Friendship,” Panel Organizer, New Orleans Poetry Festival, New Orleans, L.A.
Apr 2015 – “Practical Advice on Writing,” Panel Organizer, Conversations and Connections, Washington, D.C.
Dec 2015 – “25 Years In Your Ear,” In Your Ear, D.C. Arts Center, Washington, D.C.
Oct 2013 – “Operatic Suffering (On Dodie Bellamy)” St. Bonaventure Visiting Poets Series, Allegany, N.Y.
Mar 2012 – “Building & Surviving an Innovative MFA Program.” Panel Organizer, Annual Conference of the Association for Writers & Writing Programs, Chicago, IL
Oct 2011 – “San Diego’s Social Literary Geography.” Panel Organizer, &NOW, UCSD, San Diego, C.A.
May 2008 – “Education (in so many words): Online Short Form Dialogue and Narrative in Learning Communities.” Panel Participant, Mobility Shifts: an International Future of Learning Summit, New York, NY


Apr 2018 – “Coven Reading,” New Orleans Poetry Festival, New Orleans, L.A.
Mar 2018 – Poetry Postcard Project 2nd Annual Reading, E.M. Wolfman General Interest Small Bookstore, Oakland, C.A.
Nov 2017 – 1111 Reading, Trusty’s D.C., Washington, D.C.
Apr 2017 – Carole Pierce Memorial Poetry & Performance Series, Baltimore Poetry Library, Baltimore, M.D.
Feb 2017 – Ursula Major: A Feminist AWP Off-site Reading, Big Bear Cafe, Washington, D.C.
Feb 2017 – Art in Spite: 3 new books—Wallschlaeger, Pafunda, Graham + Bloof at AWP in D.C., D.C. Arts Center, Washington, D.C.
Jun 2016 – In Your Ear, D.C. Arts Center, Washington, D.C.
Apr 2016 – Random Name, Dahlak Paradise, Philadelphia, P.A.
Oct 2015 – Coven Press, LLC, Unnameable Books, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Sep 2015 – Friday Night at Philalalia: Black Radish, Propolis + Bloof, Snockey’s Oyster & Crab House, Philadelphia, P.A.
May 2015 – Deceptively Obvious, Open Studio D.C., Washington, D.C.
Mar 2015 – Bridge Street Books Reading Series, Bridge Street Books, Washington, D.C.
Dec 2014 – In Your Ear, D.C. Arts Center, Washington, D.C.
Oct 2014 – Poets’ Tent, Courthouse Arts & Craft Beer Festival, Arlington, V.A.
Sep 2014 – Bloof + Coconut at Philalalia: Friday night at Snockey’s, Snockey’s Oyster & Crab House, Philadelphia, P.A.
Oct 2013 – St. Bonaventure Visiting Poets Series, Allegany, N.Y.


Oct 2011 – “Bad Princess Poetry Walk” (by Kate Durbin), West Hollywood Book Fair, Hollywood, C.A.
Apr 2010 – “White Girl.” Post Moot II Literary Festival, University Miami of Ohio
Feb 2010 – “Mum” Movement Piece, Department of Theater and Dance, University of California, San Diego
May 2008 – “Pig Angels of the Americlypse” (by Rodrigo Toscano), PRESS: A Cross-Cultural Literary Conference, Evergreen State College, Olympia, W.A.


2013-14 – Lecturer, Department of Literature, University of California, San Diego
2012 – Lecturer, Culture Art & Technology, University of California, San Diego
2010-12 – Teaching Assistant, Culture Art & Technology, University of California, San Diego
2009-10 – Teaching Assistant, Literature Department, University of California, San Diego
2011-13 – Core Adjunct Faculty, National University, San Diego
2006 – Adjunct Faculty, Literature and Writing Department, California State University, San Marcos
2004-05 – Adjunct Faculty, Writing Department, The Corcoran College of Art + Design, Washington, DC


2012 – Associate Director of Art & Technology, Culture, Art & Technology Program, Sixth College, University of California, San Diego
2010-13 – Program Coordinator and Literary Arts Curator, San Diego Museum of Art
2009-10 – New Writing Series Coordinator, University of California, San Diego
2008-13 – Director of Literary Arts, Agitprop Art Space, San Diego
2003-04 – Program Associate, Lannan Poetry Series, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.