ESSAYS AND REVIEWS:
“Old Soul,” The Believer, March 2022.
“Whose Underlying Conditions Count in Getting Priority for the Vaccine?” Scientific American, February 2021.
“I Can’t Make You See What I See,” interview with Cyrée Jarelle Johnson and Jesse Rice-Evans, April 2020.
“The Job Market Is Killing Me,” Post45, February 2020.
“We Must Heal Each Other,” review of The Undying by Anne Boyer and Care Work by Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha in Public Books, February 2020.
“Ekphrasis for the Anthropocene,” review of Umbilical Hospital by Vi Khi Nao, in American Poetry Review, November 2018.
“The Cochlear Implant at the End of the World,” The New Inquiry, August 2018.
“My Book of Men: On the Poetry of Survival,” Lit Hub, July 2018.
“The Trouble with Becoming-Animal,” review of Creatural Fictions, ed. David Herman, Humanimalia: A Journal of Human/Animal Interface Studies, Spring 2018.
Review of Deafening Modernism by Rebecca Sanchez, Journal of Literary and Cultural Disability Studies, November 2017.
“Toward a New Antipastoral“: review of Forest Primeval by Vievee Francis, Boston Review, October 2017.
Winter Poetry Reading: review of Watchful by Molly Bendall, Boston Review, March 2017.
PRESS FOR SUGARBLOOD AND OTHER WORK:
“Liz Bowen Considers Natalie Eilbert & Khadijah Queen’s Poetry of Survivalism,” The Poetry Foundation’s Harriet Blog, July 2018.
“Bowen’s collection howls as it reaches out for something anchoring”: Matt Fowler for Poetry International, December 2017.
Liz Bowen in Conversation with Vi Khi Nao, Entropy, October 2017.
“Vievee Francis’ Antipastoral Poetics, in the Foreground”: review essay highlighted on The Poetry Foundation’s Harriet Blog, October 2017.
“Urgent and Wild”: Rachelle Toarmino for The Public, September 2017.
“Sex and the Sick Girl,” Sweet, April 2017.