writing

You can find some of my writing online.

Poem-a-Day Chapbooks with Mary Ellen Sanger [2011-2017]

chasing dragonflies: I grow tired of waiting (2017)

split open the sky: eternity overwhelms me (2016)

The art of last night: a song of dancing narwhals (2015)

Osmium: your ancestor is a jellyfish (2014)

And the waxing moon: backcountry skiing in Afghanistan (2013)

Icarus Cannonballed: A lesson in cave diving in the Bahamas (2012)

Waiting for the End of the World: thoughts of bullfrogs and guerrillas (2011)

Anthologies:

What if Writing is Dreaming Together? (NY Writers Coalition Anthology) (2013) [fiction]

The Helmet Never Came Off: Writing from the Brooklyn Vet Center [essay; fiction]

Brooklyn Writers Space: The Reader Anthology [fiction]

Features & Interviews:

Michelle Tea “In ConversationThe Brooklyn Rail

Viv Albertine “In Conversation: To Throw Away UnopenedThe Brooklyn Rail

Book Reviews:

Meg Wolitzer “The Female PersuasionThe Brooklyn Rail

Naomi Alderman “The PowerThe Brooklyn Rail

Denis Johnson “The Largesse of the Sea MaidenThe Brooklyn Rail

Medbh McGuckian “Blaris Moorbreac: digital journal of Irish Studies (Notre Dame)

Chris Kraus “After Kathy AckerThe Brooklyn Rail

Kristin Hersh “Rat Girl,” Kim Gordon “Girl in a Band,” Carrie Brownstein “Hunger Makes me a Modern GirlThe Brooklyn Rail

Benjamin Black (John Banville) “The Black-Eyed BlondeIrish America Magazine

Tim Jackson “Pioneering Cartoonists of ColorThe Journal of Popular Culture

For more reviews, here’s my page at The Brooklyn Rail.

Academic Writing:

Here’s my page at Academia.edu

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