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on poetry
"The Poetics of Despair: Listening to Sean Bonney in Charlottesville, Virginia," Journal of British and Irish Innovative Poetry

on Material Poetics in Hemispheric America: Words and Objects 1950-2010 (Rebecca Kosick), American Literary History

"The Loss I Didn't Have Words For" (on poetry and miscarriage), The Atlantic

on Prageeta Sharma's Grief Sequence, Lana Turner Journal

"Keeping a Secret: On Charles Wright's Oblivion Banjo," Los Angeles Review of Books

Window Poetics,” Poetry’s Social Forms Cluster, co-edited with Margaret Ronda (plus Introduction, co-written with Margaret Ronda), Post-45 Contemporaries series
peer reviewed essay: “Lullaby & Labor: Alice Notley and the Work of Poetry,” Contemporary Women’s Writing
peer reviewed essay: “Writing / Not-Writing: Anne Boyer, Paralipsis, and Literary Work,” ASAP / Journal
on Poetics and Precarity (ed. Christanne Miller and Myung Mi Kim), ASAP / Journal
Impossible Epic: on Sandra Simonds’s Orlando,” Los Angeles Review of Books
on Robert Frost, Muriel Rukeyser, Audre Lorde, waiting & silence, Woodberry Poetry Room blog
on C.D. Wright’s ShallCross and The Poet, the Lion, Talking Pictures, El Farolito, a Wedding in St. Roch, the Big Box Store, the Warp in the Mirror, Spring, Midnights, Fire & All, The Wolf
on Tonya M. Foster’s A Swarm of Bees in High Court, Lana Turner Journal
To look at the sea is to become what one is: an Etel Adnan Reader, Kenyon Review Online
All Sunless Gestures Will Remain Oblique”: on Jackqueline Frost’s The Antidote, Kenyon Review Online
No Sleep Without Content”: on Lyn Hejinian’s Book of a Thousand Eyes, Lana Turner Journal
interviews & translation
on poetry & other things, Verse of April
with philosopher Frédéric Neyrat, ASAP / Journal
with Alice Notley, Boston Review
on film
"In the Atmosphere: on Mati Diop's Atlantics," The Yale Review

Costs and Crossings: on Apolline Traoré’s Borders,” Stanford ARCADE blog
“Hiding Spaces: on Aki Kaurismäki’s The Other Side of Hope,” Stanford ARCADE blog
“Lady Bird, the Iraq War, and Not Quite Nostalgia,” Stanford ARCADE blog
“Through a Glass, Always: Abbas Kiarostami’s Like Someone in Love,” Los Angeles Review of Books
“Interval / Intervention: On Béla Tarr’s Turin Horse,” Lana Turner Journal

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