Yoshua Okón's ORACLE at Colby Museum of Art, reviewed in The Chart, Spring 2018

Susan Howe's Debths, reviewed in The Cafe Review. Spring 2018

A review of Anne Carson's collection of twenty-two chapbooks, FLOAT in The Cafe Review. Fall 2017.

An essay, Map & Universe, in Living Maps Review, a journal for theory and practice in critical cartography and participatory social mapping, No 3 (Fall 2017).

A review of Donna Haraway's new book, Staying with the Trouble, Making Kin in the Chthulucene in The Chart, Summer 2017

A studio visit with Katarina Weslien to discuss her work, Collecting Water, in The Chart, September/October 2016.

A review of Bright Scythe, Patty Crane's translations of Tomas Tranströmer in the Summer 2016 issue of the Cafe Review.

A review of LEAP BEFORE YOU LOOK: Black Mountain College 1933-1957, exhibition curated by Helen Molesworth and Ruth Erickson at the ICA Boston, in The Chart.

LINES of FLIGHT: Jimmy Riordan’s translations An essay in The Chart explores translation, journeying, nomadic thinking and creativity in relation to Jimmy Riordan's artwork inspired by Francis Jammes' "Le Roman du Lièvre".

A review of Jorie Graham's 2015 selected poems, "From the New World, Poems 1976–2014," in The Cafe Review, Volume 26, Summer 2015

A review of Sinéad Morrissey's 2013 book "Parallax" in The Cafe Review, Volume 26, Winter 2015

A THICKENING RHYTHM, 2012. A project exploring the layering of meaning through the accretion of actions and time, at Coleman Burke Gallery, curated by Julie Poitras Santos. From catalogue essay: "The artists in A Thickening Rhythm unravel old narratives, build gardens and structures, lace together the world in a fragile web of awareness and desire, and create new territories. Contrasting the speed of our daily lives, all of these works ask of the maker and the viewer to be quiet for a time - a necessary gesture of stillness, a listening - before extending our reach into space, increasing new and multiple networks and connections. We create moments of pause and repetition, thickening places and places of stillness where methodically we build new land -- land we may employ like a raft as we proceed, break free, into new spaces, distant horizons, navigating the world."


"The Artist" featured in the Maine Sunday Telegram/Portland Press Herald, Deep Water: Maine poems edited by Gibson Fay-LeBlanc. February 11, 2018

Poets & Writers 2017 Maureen Egan Writers Exchange Contest first runner-up for poetry. "These poems are musical and elliptical, part song and part prayer, they meet the world and mirror it back" - judge Cynthia Cruz

Three poems featured on The New Guard's BANG! February 2016, Full Buck Moon, Hunter Moon, Eclipse

Be Wilder: A Word Portland Anthology: five poems in this 2015 anthology of readers from the Word Portland reading series.

Two new poems on LA FOVEA, 2014, The Dream of Thread, The Disappearing Act

A new poem on the Wesleyan University Press blog, 2014: TRANSLATION (A poem for two voices)