Writing Online


Variations on Home and Lines in Sink Review No. 19

BEWILDERMENT and Vocation in Your Impossible Voice

Five prose poems at Tarpaulin Sky Press

Iraklio, written for The Lakkos Artists Residency in Heraklion, Crete

The Flood, After the Flood, and Cloister Kitchen in The Inquisitive Eater

A Reader’s Guide to Exile and Novel at NOÖ Journal, selected by guest editor Melissa Broder

Three poems at Coconut

The City Dreaming at Poet Republik

Longing Sonnet at The Best American Poetry Blog

Poems have appeared in print in:
The Traveler’s Vade Mecum, anthology published by Red Hen Press, Barrow Street , Denver Quarterly, The Homestead Review, LIT, Mantis, Redivider, Sentence: A Journal of Prose Poetics, Valley Voices


The Science of Silence, a short story in Kenyon Review Online.

On Consumption,  an essay on eating in the “First World” and the “Third World” in The Inquisitive Eater

Book Reviews


Unsolaced: Along the Way to All There Is by Gretel Ehrlich, an elegy to wild places, by an adventurer and amazing woman, in The Chicago Review of Books


Future Sea: How to Rescue and Protect the World’s Oceans, a passionate work of advocacy by Deborah Rowan Wright, in The Chicago Review of Books

We Need to Talk: A Memoir about Wealth, a memoir by tech millionaire Jennifer Risher in The Chicago Review of Books

The Beauty of Their Youth, a short story collection by Joyce Hinnefeld in The Literary Review

A Woman Like Her, a nonfiction account of the honor killing of Qandeel Baloch, by Sanam Maher, in The Chicago Review of Books

Topics of Conversation, a novel by Miranda Popkey, in The Chicago Review of Books

Other Stuff

An interview by The New School Writing Program on my years curating the “Monday Night Poetry” reading series at KGB Bar in New York City

“Notes on Nostalgia,” guest post on The Best American Poetry Blog

Other guest posts on The Best American Poetry Blog: “What Copy Writing Taught Me about Poetry,” “Why Do People Go to Poetry Readings?”, “Borges and the Case of the Traitorous Translator,”