Peer-reviewed articles
“Thick as Thebes: Orientalist Style in James Merrill’s Divine Comedies.” Contemporary Literature, forthcoming.
“A Delicate, Vibrating Range of Difference: Adrienne Rich and the Postwar Lyric ‘We.’” College Literature 47, no. 1, “Poetry Networks” special issue, edited by Kamran Javadizadeh and Robert Volpicelli, forthcoming January 2020.
“Multiple Choice: Terrance Hayes’s Response-Poems and the African American Lyric ‘We.’” The Cambridge Quarterly 48, no. 3 (September 2019): 231–57.

Book chapters
“Community and Audience.” In The New Wallace Stevens Studies, edited by Bart Eeckhout and Gül Bilge Han. Cambridge University Press, forthcoming.
“Music.” In Elizabeth Bishop in Context, edited by Angus Cleghorn and Jonathan Ellis. Cambridge University Press, forthcoming.
“Documentary.” In Keywords in Comics Studies, edited by Ramzi Fawaz, Shelley Streeby, and Deborah Whaley. NYU Press, forthcoming.
“Causes for Excess: Elizabeth Bishop’s Eighty-Eight Exclamations.” In Elizabeth Bishop and the Music of Literature, edited by Angus Cleghorn. Palgrave Pivot, forthcoming.
“Ready to Sing.” In The Allure of Grammar: The Glamour of Angie Estes’s Poetry, edited by Doug Rutledge, 151–59. University of Michigan Press, 2019. (Expanded version of “Ready to Sing,” below.)

Reviews and essays
“Percy Bysshe Shelley: ‘England in 1819.’” Poem Guide for the Poetry Foundation, forthcoming.
“Give Me More Time.” Poetry 214, no. 4 (July–August 2019): 371–86. (Review of Brenda Shaughnessy’s The Octopus Museum, Ilya Kaminsky’s Deaf Republic, Jericho Brown’s The Tradition, and Paige Lewis’s Space Struck.)
“A Ghost of Collectivity: Kim Hyesoon’s Autobiography of Death.” Denver Quarterly 53, no. 2 (Spring 2019): 106–12.
“I’m a Pencil Cat.” The Cambridge Quarterly 48, no. 1 (March 2019): 84–89. (On Brent Hayes Edwards’s Epistrophies: Jazz and the Literary Imagination and jazz and literary criticism today.)
“History Lessons: Evie Shockley’s semiautomatic and Ange Mlinko’s Distant Mandate.” Los Angeles Review of Books, 16 January 2019. (On two recent collections and the turn to history in American poetry.)
Review of Danez Smith’s Don’t Call Us Dead. The Yale Review 106, no. 4 (October 2018): 163–69.
Review of Karin Roffman’s The Songs We Know Best: John Ashbery’s Early Life. Chicago Review 61, no. 3 & 4 (Summer 2018): 207–11.
Four entries (Charles Burns, Chris Ware, Alison Bechdel, Bryan Lee O’Malley) for “The 100 Pages That Shaped Comics.” Vulture, 16 April 2018.
“Cathy Park Hong: ‘Ballad in A.’” Poem Guide for the Poetry Foundation, 28 February 2018.
Review of Craig Morgan Teicher’s The Trembling Answers. Harvard Review Online, 22 February 2018.
Review of Frank Bidart’s Half-light: Collected Poems 1965–2016. The Yale Review 106.1 (January 2018): 178–91.
Review of Natalie Shapero’s Hard Child. Chicago Review 60.4–61.1 (2017): 233–37.
“Showcase Showdown.” BOMB Daily, 3 July 2017. (Review of Adrienne Raphel’s What Was It For.)
“‘Master of None’ and Everyone.” Public Books, 9 June 2017. (On season two of Aziz Ansari’s Master of None.)
“The Fuzzy In-Betweenness of Everything.” Slate, 8 December 2016. (Review of Paul Muldoon’s Selected Poems 1968–2014.)
“The Improbable Life and Prescient Poetry of Basil Bunting.” New Yorker Page-Turner blog, 2 August 2016. (On Basil Bunting’s “Briggflatts” fifty years on, and The Poems of Basil Bunting, ed. Don Share.)
“Wear Your Wig.” Boston Review (May–June 2016): 62–64 .(Review of Terrance Hayes, How to Be Drawn.)
Review of David Orr’s The Road Not Taken: Finding America in the Poem Everyone Loves and Almost Everyone Gets Wrong. Harvard Review Online, 29 April 2016.
“To Shoot Your Own Ghost.” The Oxonian Review 30 no. 2, 22 February 2016. (Review of Don Paterson, 40 Sonnets.)
“Ready to Sing: Angie Estes’s Enchantée. Los Angeles Review of Books, 22 May 2015.

Poetry Magazine Reading List: July/August 2019. (On Mark Alan Stamaty’s MacDoodle St. and Emily Jungmin Yoon’s Against Healing: Nine Korean Poets.)
The Common Friday Reads: October 2018. (On Marilyn Chin’s A Portrait of the Self as Nation.)
Poetry Magazine Reading List: January 2018. (On end-of-2017 reading.)