Series of poems on whiteness at Boston Review; more, with audio, at The Racial Imaginary Institute

Poem” at Poem-a-Day (Academy of American Poets)

“The Imagination, Drunk with Prohibitions,” from All You Do Is Perceive, at Poetry Daily

All You Do Is Perceive,” “Death is Something Entirely Else,” and “December, Fever,” at the Poetry Foundation

Rescue Song,” from All You Do Is Perceive, at Gulf Coast

Mother’s Love (as it appears in American Poetry Review), from All You Do Is Perceive

A Lynched Man Came With the Mail Onto My Desk(with short essay) at Aboutaword

Five poems from The Garden Room

Some Rain” from Fabulae (The Best American Poetry)



“Awake in the Scratchy Dark: On Writing Whiteness” in American Poetry Review

“The Color Cure” (review of immersive conceptual installation by [nonexistent] artist Lee Crouch) at Scoundrel Time

Larimer and Orphan” (long form) at Places: A journal of urbanism, architecture, and landscape

Writing Whiteness at Post No Ills

Guardian“: Adventures in home security at Better Culture & Lit

Left Behind“: Hating poetry after my mother died (at the Poetry Foundation)



Baby Poetics” in American Poetry Review

Motherhood, space-time, and feelings: On Brenda Hillman’s “Time Problem (at Voltage Poetry)

On John Berryman in At Length

On Brenda Shaughnessy’s Our Andromeda

On George Oppen’s silence at Jacket 

On Robert Hass at the Poetry Foundation

“Goodbye, Goodbye, Goodbye: Notes on the Ends of Poems” (in The Monkey and the Wrench: Essays into Contemporary Poetics)



With Brian Bender at The Conversant, on All You Do Is Perceive

All You Do Is Perceive: Paris Review 

An interview with Haines Eason on The Garden Room

Adaptation: with Walter Murch on translating the Italian fiction writer Curzio Malaparte



Poem” on SoundCloud

Nothing says “Happy Mother’s Day” like a poem about an abortion: Poetry Off the Shelf podcast (with Erika Meitner)

Poems in the archive at From the Fishouse

The black voice in John Berryman’s Dream Songsvideo of my talk at Harvard