Her work has also appeared in many other publications.
Gretchen’s nonfiction, fiction, poetry, & criticism have been published widely, including Ploughshares, The Kenyon Review, Ecotone, The Iowa Review, Notre Dame Review, The Southern Review, Brevity, Witness, Denver Quarterly, Alaska Quarterly Review, Black Warrior Review, New American Writing, Performance Research, Western Humanities Review, Exquisite Corpse Annual, American Letters & Commentary, Ascent, The Collagist, Broadsided, EDNA, Potomac Review, Fourteen Hills, Crab Orchard Review, The Journal of Artists’ Books, disClosure: a journal of Social Theory, Upstart: A Journal of Renaissance Studies, READRE, English Language Notes, Drunken Boat, Witness, Kenyon Review Online, Mantis: a journal of poetry & translation, Double Room, Caketrain, The Laurel Review, Nineteenth-Century Disability: A Digital Reader, Wordgathering, California Quarterly, Civilization, Eleven Eleven, Aeon, At Length, and elsewhere. Her book reviews have appeared in American Book Review, Los Angeles Review of Books, Tarpaulin Sky, and elsewhere. Her writings also have been anthologized in The &NOW Awards: The Best Innovative Writing (both volumes I and II), The Encyclopedia Project, Ugliness: The Non-Beautiful in Art and Theory, Out of Sequence: The Sonnets Remixed, and Beauty is a Verb, also shortlisted for the Pushcart Prize in Poetry, John Guyon Literary Nonfiction Prize, Sherwood Anderson Fiction Award, AWP Award Series in the Novel, and “On Our Radar” by Creative Capital. Among blog publications, she was an invited curator by Ploughshares for an interview series around “People of the Book." Gretchen also has been a Peter Taylor Fellow in Nonfiction at the Kenyon Review Writers’ Workshop and has received residency fellowships from a number of artist colonies, including the Millay Colony, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Anderson Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, Vermont Studio Center, Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow in Arkansas, Taft-Nicholson Center for Environmental Humanities in Montana, and the Jan Michalski Foundation for Writing and Literature in Switzerland. She was a 2020 nominee for the United States Artist Fellowship. Her gratitude extends to many editors, journals, fellowships, artistic collaborators, and residencies that have supported her work.