“Self-Distancing in the Victorian Bildungsroman,” Victorian Literature and Culture, forthcoming
“Getting Lost: Proprioception and Thinking in the Gothic Novel,” European Romantic Review 31.2 (2020): 157-176
“Negative Capability: A Capable Cognitive Act,” Literary Imagination 19.3 (2017): 212-225
“A Shift in the Ethics of Hardy’s Fiction,” Thomas Hardy Journal, Winter 2017: 33-50
Poetry Book Reviews:
“The Rich Life of Objects in Elliott Colla and Ganzeer’s We Are All Things,” EcoTheo, June 15, 2020
“The Vastness and Reserve of ‘Gbenga Adeoba’s Exodus,” EcoTheo, June 8, 2020
Review of Dana Roeser’s All Transparent Things Need Thundershirts, Green Mountains Review Online, March 9, 2020
“The Precision and Blur of Jennifer Soong’s Near, At,” Iowa Review Blog, February 7, 2020
“Fully There: Jessica Laser’s Literary Mediations of an Experience,” Tupelo Quarterly, December 30, 2019
“The Sonar, Wifi, and Tentacled Mind of Sarah Vap: A Review of Winter: Effulgences and Devotions,” The Adroit Journal, November 19, 2019
What Need Have We For Such as We C&R Press, November 2019
Reviewed by Hannah VanderHart in Kenyon Review in August 2020. Poems from What Need Have We For Such as We have previously appeared in the Paris Review, Kenyon Review, Boston Review, Conjunctions, FENCE, Colorado Review, Denver Quarterly, Harvard Review Online, Poetry Northwest, and Thrush Poetry Journal.
More recent poems appear or are forthcoming in Gulf Coast (online), Tupelo Quarterly, New Delta Review, Poet Lore, TIMBER, Bennington Review, Prelude, Pidgeonholes, and House Mountain Review.