prose

from Proxies

On the Near Term, in Full Stop
On the Leave, in Oar
On the Understory, in The Offing
On the Ingénue, in StoryQuarterly
On Dossiers, in BOMB
On Frottage, in Harper’s Magazine
On Reset, at PEN/America
On Minutes, in Brick
On Withdrawal, in NoMorePotlucks
On Tumbleweed, in Guernica
On Containment, in Guernica
On Housesitting, in Guernica
On Propositionizing, in Web Conjunctions
On Br’er Rabbit, in Web Conjunctions
On The Locus Amoenus, in Seneca Review
On Foot Washing, in Seneca Review
On Man Roulette, in Seneca Review
On Sardines, in Or
On Completism, in Or
On Owls, in Or

Proxies-shot

Correction. a rolling endnote. (published as an Essay Press e-chapbook, 2016)
bibliography of sorts, in Bookmarked, at University of Arizona Poetry Center
and, a playlist/score for Proxies at Largehearted Boy.

 

selected conversations and interviews

with Jamie Quatro, for Oxford American
with Ryan Krull, for The Rumpus
with Jill Talbot, for Essay Daily
with Emily Alexander, for Puerto del Sol
with Danniel Schoonebeek, for the PEN Poetry Series
with Margaree Little, for Warren Wilson College
with Christopher Nelson, for Green Linden Press
with Turner Canty, in Omniverse
with Janice Lee, National Poetry Month profile, in Entropy
with Merrill Gilfillan, “Purposeful Looking and Songs on the Air,” in Chicago Review (excerpt here)
with Maggie Nelson, “Importunate to Meretricious, Much Love,” in Evening Will Come
with Ben Rutherfurd, in Tremolo
with Eileen Myles, “Poet Walking Through,” in Or

 

selected reviews and critical essays

Coming Up with Guy Davenport,” in The Oxford American, Spring 2017.
Freely Espousing: or Subject, to the Avant-Garde” in The Force of What’s Possible, ed. Hoang & Wilkinson, (Nightboat Books, December 2014)
On ‘The City State’,” in The Poetry Society of America’s “In Their Own Words” series, September 2014
in Hyperallergic, review of The Earth Avails by Mark Wunderlich, July 2014
in Spork, “The History of The History of Ideas, 1973-2012,” January 2014
in Bookforum, review of Hart Crane: After his Lights by Brian Reed, 2009