- "Translated Presence: Genevieve Kaplan & technologies of bookmaking," a discussion of the publishing process and upcoming Toad Press chapbooks in Marci Vogel's ongoing commentary "A poetics of the étrangère" at Jacket2.
- "Destroying" the Text to Create the poem, an essay about artists' books, appropriated texts, and erasure practices in contemporary poetry. Read it online at Post45 Contemporaries.
- Un-collage, Excise, Re-collage: "Ladies in an Aviary," a short discussion about using Mina Loy's poem as a generative source text to write my own poetic series, in Opon.
- How we read Caroline Bergvall's“Via” and why we should care, an investigation into iterations and readings of Bergvall's long poem "Via: 48 Dante Variations" in Jacket Magazine
- Reviews of Almost Perfect Forms, from Idylls and Rushes, The Greenhouse, and Part, Part Euphrates in Galatea Resurrects #26.
- Review of Alluvium in Galatea Resurrects #25.
- Review of Four Chapbooks: Fiddle is Flood, a gunless tea, The Goddess can be Recognized by her Step, and Tracks in Galatea Resurrects #25.
- Review of Five Chapbooks: Fur Birds, Lo, Bittern, One Petal Row:, tinder//heart, and Fascicle 30 in Galatea Resurrects #22.
- Review of Five Chapbooks: speaking off centre, corporate geese, Kitchen Tidbits, From Here, and TWO HATS appear when applauded in Galatea Resurrects #17.
- Review of Quaker Guns in Texas Review.
Poets on Teaching: a sourcebook
- Review of The Resurrection Trade in American Book Review.
- Review of Best American Poetry 2005 in American Book Review.