I 0we vs. I/O,” Jacket2, December 2016

Aeolian Harping: Materiality of Poetry in the Age of Digital Reproduction & Ecoprecarity (Part 1),” & “Copper Lyres (Materiality of Poetry in the Age of Digital Reproduction & Ecoprecarity, Part 2), Harriet, May 2016

Translation as (Re)Performance (Part 1: Moonstriking),” & “Chloris a più voci (Translation as Reperformance, Part 2), Harriet, and Huffington Post, May 2016

Aborted Nurses: A Geopoetics, for Mother’s Day (and the formula babies),” Harriet, and Huffington Post, May 2016

Nursing Futurism,” Harriet, May 2016

Introducing PennSound Italiana,” for Jacket2 (June 2015)

The Thick & the Slow of Knowledge,” for Jacket2 (June 2015)

Of Fishiness, Flesh, & the Radical Undead,” for Boston Review (September 2014)

“Xenoglossia,” for The Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics

Poetry, Gossip, Infrastructure,” Evening Will Come/The Volta (December 2011)

Tuning as Lyricism: Performances of Orality in the Poetics of Jerome Rothenberg and David Antin,” Critical Inquiry 37:4 (Summer 2011)

Versus Seamlessness: Architectonics of Pseudocomplicity in Tan Lin’s Ambient Poetics,” boundary2 36:3 (Fall 2009), special issue on poetry after 1975, translated into Serbian at POLJA

Accommodated, Unaccommodated Man, and Daughter:  Adapting Home in Moby-Dick and Moby Dick,” catalog essay on the work of Guy Ben-Ner for the Smart Museum’s Adaptation: Video Installations by Ben-Ner, Herrera, Sullivan, and Sussman & The Rufus Corporation (May 2008)

Utopia Interrupted:  Archipelago as Structure in A Draft of XXX Cantos,” PMLA 122:1 (January 2007)

‘Più mOndo i:  tUtti!’:  Traffics of Historicism in Jackson Mac Low’s Contemporary Lyricism,” Modern Philology 105:1 (August 2007)

Bachelorettes, Even:  Strategic Embodiment in Contemporary Experimentalism by Women” (response to Jennifer Ashton), Modern Philology 105:1 (August 2007)

One Venice After Another:  The Present Tense of the Future-Past at the 52nd Biennale,” The Brooklyn Rail (July-August 2007)

Site Surfeit: Office for Soft Architecture Makes the City Confess,” Chicago Review 51:4/52:1(Spring 2006)