on poetry

"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 (poems), 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

 

At the Mercy of My Poetic Voice”: Interview with Alice Notley, Boston Review

 

on Elizabeth Bishop, Catherine Wagner, failure, song, and epanorthosis, Boston Review

 

on conceptual reading, Boston Review

 

on Lisa Robertson, A.R. Ammons, Charlotte Smith, John Keats, surveys, and genealogies, Boston Review

 

on time, summer, re-reading, and W. S. Merwin, Boston Review

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

LKT / 2020