“Section 14.” Gulf Coast.
“Do You Have a Grammatically Correct Response to the Question?” Academy of American Poets, Winner of the 2019 Academy of American Poets Prize at Vanderbilt University.
“Dear Tinder Screen.” Cosmonauts Avenue.
“Eating At The Fancy Shanghai Restaurant.” Narrative Magazine.
“The Thematics of Blood.” The Shallow Ends.
“‘The Situation Is Gratifying.’” Winter Tangerine.
“Another Decade, Another Mouth.” Narrative Magazine.
“Ah Bing Speaks to the Cherry Orchard.” Bat City Review.
"I Wore My Blackest Hair: Two Poems (Excerpts)." The Margins.
"Rein." Narrative Magazine, First Place Winner of the Narrative 30 Below Contest.
"Alien Miss." Tupelo Quarterly, Finalist in the Tupelo Quarterly Poetry Contest (TQ14).
"Mary." Black Warrior Review, Finalist in the BWR 2017 Poetry Contest.
"I Promise I Won't Cry." wildness, Pushcart Prize nomination.
"Hey, Man." Room Magazine.
"Picking Raspberries With Adam." Bodega.
"When All You Want." Sugared Water Magazine.
"Then I Woke Up In Your Bed." Sky + Sea, Porkbelly Press.
"Morning Comes, I Am Shiny With It." Berkeley Poetry Review.
"Letting the Dogs Out," "When I Boiled the Corn." The Margins.
"Every Thing's A Fly." Stirring.
Review: ‘A Cruelty Special to our Species’: Poems by Emily Jungmin Yoon. Nashville Review (2018).
"Our Sacrifice, Our Shame." Michigan in Color (2015).
On softening, on vulnerability. The Michigan Daily (2014).
The syllabus isn't enough. The Michigan Daily (2014).
Not your cutie. The Michigan Daily (2014).
Writing as fuel. The Michigan Daily (2014).
The PEN Ten with Carlina Duan. Pen America (2017).
"Carlina Duan and Jasmine An: Poet-On-Poet Interview." Menacing Hedge (2017).
“Poets in Pajamas 44: Carlina Duan and Sophia Stid.” Poets in Pajamas Reading Series (2018).
“You Can Find Familiarity in Any Space You Go: A Conversation with Carlina Duan.” VIDA: Women in Literary Arts (2019).
A Love Letter: I Wore My Blackest Hair: Sara Ryan on the Poetry of Carlina Duan.” Brain Mill Press (2019).
The Meter Reader: Three Reviews by Carlina Duan. Southern Indiana Review (2019).