“The Smell of Tansy Through the Dark,” Massachusetts Review (forthcoming).
“Border Countries”–guest blog on creating my first videopoem. StoryCenter (November 2017).
“Space-Time: Walking Around in Paula Meehan’s ‘Death of a Field.'” Ecotone 19 (Spring 2015): 31-39.
“Undead Eliot: How ‘The Waste Land’ Sounds Now.” Poetry 204.5 (September 2014): 467-479.
“A New Walk.” Forging a Rewarding Career in the Humanities: Advice for Academics (Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 2014). Ed. Karla P. Zepeda and Ellen Mayock.
“Coffee with Poets in New Zealand.” Gettysburg Review Summer 26.2.221-9 (Summer 2013). Poetry Daily prose feature for week of May 27th, 2013.
“The Dinosaurs Are Breeding.” Verse Wisconsin 112, “Parents & Children” (Fall 2013).
“Signals from Aotearoa New Zealand: An Introduction.” Co-authored with Max Chapnick and Drew Martin. Preface to co-edited portfolio of 25 previously unpublished poems from New Zealand. Shenandoah 62.2 (Winter 2013).
“Rhymes with Poetess” in The Kenyon Review Online, Summer 2011
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