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 Book Chapters
“Democratized Art and Mechanical Reproduction: Zines, Screenprints, and Letterpress in Teen Library Programming,” forthcoming in Art at the Intersection of Librarianship and Social Justice, ed. Nina Clements (Library Juice Press 2020).
“Fashioning Gender,” forthcoming in Supporting Transgender Students: A Guide for Schools and Teachers, ed. Douglas Ray (forthcoming from Jessica Kingsley Publishers).
“Odontomancy” in A Counter-Desecration Handbook, eds. Linda Russo and Marthe Reed (Wesleyan UP 2018).
“Creating Creativity: Zines and Teen Empowerment,” in Poet-Librarians in the Library of Babel:Innovative Meditations on Librarianship,eds. Sommer Browning and Shannon Tharp (Library Juice Press 2018).
Essays and Reviews
“'Something in the Water'”: Niedecker’s ‘Homemade Poems’" review forthcoming in Quarterly West (2019).
"Review of Tiana Clark's I Can't Talk About the Trees Without the Blood and Ashley M. Jones's dark // thing," Fence Digital | Constant Critic (2019)
"Review of Cynthia Arrieu-King's Futureless Languages," Fence Digital | Constant Critic (2019)
“Review of Muriel Rukeyser’s The Book of the Dead.” The Georgia Review (Fall/Winter 2018).
“Don Mee Choi’s ‘Hardly War’: A child’s history of conflict” Review of Hardly War by Don Mee Choi. Jacket2 (Philadelphia, PA; 2018).
On Time:Joanne Kyger’s Journalsand Ephemera.” Review. Quarterly West (2018).
“Girls to the Front: The secret punk feminism of above/ground press,” above/ground press blog (2018).
“Agape in the Southland: Erasure Responses to the Election,” in Radio 11.8.16, Essay Press (2017).
“Vanesa Pacheco and T.A. Noonan: On Translation and Erasure.” Queen Mob’s Teahouse(2016).
“Introduction” to Molly Jean Bennett’s Paper Apartment,Essay Press (2015).
“Against Apocalypse.” Review of Revelator by Ron Silliman. Jacket2(Philadelphia, PA; 2014).
“The Art of the Poem: Jessica Smith on Susan Howe.” Literary Mothers(2014).
“Curate What You Know: The Indian Springs School Visiting Writers Series,” Library as Incubator Project(June 2013).
“Saving Poetry Books, One Book at a Time: Mike Basinski and The Poetry Collection at SUNY Buffalo" Boog City(Issue 83).
“The Library as Incubator Project: Promoting Creative Collaboration Between Libraries and All Artists” Boog City(Issue 81).
“Poetry and Libraries: A Report on Contemporary Collection Methods,” Boog City(Issue 80).
“Beyond the Blockbuster Model: Why small press representation is important,” Library Journal (July 2011).
“The Plasticity of Poetry” in Literature CompassVol. 3 No. 3 (Blackwell, U.K., Spring 2006).  Winner of the 2005 Literature Compass Graduate Essay Prize.
“The Plasticity of Poetry,” OEI 18/19/20/21: Visual Poetry(Stockholm, Winter 2004).  Translated to Swedish by Martin Hägglund.  
“Theresa Hak Kyung Cha & Gestural Poetics.” verdure#7, (Buffalo, NY; archived online Winter 2004).
“Buffalo, NY, 26 February 2002: The Silent Reading and Poetry Reading Politics” in Mantis3 (“Poetry and Performance,” Stanford, Winter 2002).  
Invited Lectures
“Secret Passageways in Memory Palaces: Considering Audience and the Unpredictable Fullness of Language,” at untitled: speculations on the expanded field of writing, California Institute of the Arts, Los Angeles, 2008. Sponsored by a grant from the Annenburg Foundation.
Conference Papers
“Muriel Rukeyser’s Book of the Deadand the Human Document,” Twentieth Century Literature Conference, University of Louisville, KY, 2019.
“Experiments in Intimacy: Visual Poetics of Femme Friendship,” New Orleans Poetry Festival, New Orleans, LA, 2018.
“Art and Trash Poetics,” Twentieth Century Literature Conference, University of Louisville, KY, 2018.
“In (Mixed) Company: Tracing the Nonbinary Brain in Olson’s Poetry,” Twentieth Century Literature Conference, University of Louisville, KY, 2018.
“The Daybooks,” “Not Having Feelings is Boring: Book-Length Autobiographical Poeticsand the Avant-Garde,” New Orleans Poetry Festival, New Orleans, LA, 2017.
“Let’s Take this Outside,” “The Natural Writer: Unschooling the Creative Writing Classroom,” Association of Writers and Writing Programs Annual Conference, Los Angeles, CA, 2016.
“Poet-Publishers: A Contemporary Small Press Symposium,” SUNY Buffalo, NY; Poetry Library, 2009.
“Valentines for the Future: Zukofsky’s Alternate Poetics,” at The Louis Zukofsky Centennial Conference at Columbia and Barnard, 2004.
“Dada and Memory,” Twentieth Century Literature Conference, University of Louisville, KY, 2004.
“The Aesthetic Implications of ‘Julia’s Wild,’” at the Re-Reading Louis Zukofsky's Bottom: On ShakespeareSymposium, University at Buffalo, 2003.
“On the Plasticity of Poetry,” NEMLA 2003 Convention, Boston, MA.
“’The intention is always to thwart design’: Reading The Black Debtthrough McCaffery's Poetics of Excess,” the 31stAnnual Twentieth Century Literature Conference, University of Louisville, KY, 2003.
“Lorine Niedecker’s Poetics of Fragile Environments,” the 12thAnnual Central New York Conference on Language and Literature, SUNY Cortland, NY, 2002.
“Time's Flat Surface in Thomas Bernhard's Correction,” Twentieth Century Literature Conference, University of Louisville, KY, 2002.
Chaired Conference Panels
“The Art of Constraint and Experiment in 20th-Century Poetry,” Twentieth Century Literature Conference, University of Louisville, KY, 2019.
“Poetry Under/As Power,” Twentieth Century Literature Conference, University of Louisville, KY, 2019.
“Modernist Objects, Modernist Values,” Twentieth Century Literature Conference, University of Louisville, KY, 2018.
“Varieties of Objectivist Value,” Twentieth Century Literature Conference, University of Louisville, KY, 2018.
“Immanence, The New Materialism, and the Nonhuman: Readings in Ecopoetics,” Twentieth Century Literature Conference, University of Louisville, KY, 2018.
“Poetry and Libraries: Collection Challenges,” Association of Writers and Writing Programs Annual Conference, Boston, MA, 2013.
Poster Sessions
“Collaborative Weeding,” Alabama Library Association Conference, Huntsville, AL 2014.
“Using Curricular Programming to Increase Circulation,” Alabama Library Association Conference, Montgomery, AL 2013. 
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