Selected Publications



* Work forthcoming in The Rumpus, Kenyon Review, and Cosmonauts Avenue. Check back soon! *

*Micro-Chapbook from Porkbelly Press! Buy here.* Check out my interview with Josh Roark at Frontier Poetry about Diary of a Filthy Woman here.

Diode Poetry Journal: “I’ve Spent my Summer Searching through Boxes of Genitalia,” “Six-Day War,” and “Walking Around with a Broken Umbrella.”

Flock Literary Journal: “Why is Your Grandmother’s Name Jehad?”

Foundry: “Origins and Shattered Concrete.”

Frontier Poetry: “Filthy Woman During Ramadan.”

Glass Poetry: “Filthy Woman Writes a Letter.”

Jet Fuel Review: “At a Coffee Shop in Akron,” and “Attempt #1.” “Zenana.”

Tinderbox Poetry Journal: “Song for an Eviction Notice” and “Ghazal for Palestine.”

Underblong Poetry Journal: “Where Did My Hymen Go? & Other Google Searches,” and “Poem in Which My Mother Tells Me Not To Do A Pap Smear Because It Might Tear My Nonexistent Hymen.”

Whiskey Island Magazine: “The Mathematics of Anger: Statistical Elements of Identity,” and “Fe2O3·nH2O + (FeO(OH), Fe(OH)3).”

Winter Tangerine: “The Shell of a Cactus Fruit.” Nominated for Best New Poets, 2019.



Literary Hub: “Against Erasure.” Part of a folio of Palestinian-Americans responding to Nakba. Read the full folio here.

American Poetry Review: “On Language and Mourning.”



the specimen’s apology by George Abraham.

11 Palestinian Poets to Read, published by Entropy.



One Neighborhood, 30 Languages: Building Community in North Hill 

‘A Road to Nowhere:’ How the Construction of the Innerbelt Displaced Thousands

Rita Dove on Love, Race, Family and Akron History

It’s Even Harder Than You Think When Your Kid is Addicted to Heroin

‘It’s Never Too Late to Recover:’ Nine Akron Artists on Addiction, Recovery and Perseverance 

Akronites with undocumented family members face years-long waits for answers

A Different Kind of Challenge | Motherhood in Addiction and Recovery

At Shawarma Brothers, siblings serve ‘a little bit of home’

Put The Shovel Down When You Hit Rock Bottom: Red’s Story. Pt. 1

‘You never know when it’s going to end’: What it’s like to be one of Akron’s 452 homeless teens

Read more of Noor’s journalism at The Devil Strip.