Radio Conversation with T. Hetzel:
Jill Darling reads from a geography of syntax (Lavender Ink 2016). We talk about lyric intervention, topography, Gertrude Stein and movement. Listen Here!
“Roundtable: City as Place, Marthe Reed with Amber Atiya, Jill Darling, John Pluecker, And Tyrone Williams,” Something on Paper, Issue 5, Spring 2018 (http://www.somethingonpaper.org/issue-5/round-table-city-as-place/)
Reflections on the New Orleans Poetry Festival. 1508 Blog, Univ. Arizona Poetry Center, 2019.
“Shiny New Up Against The Old: Wendy S. Walters’ Surreal Reality in Multiply/Divide” in Entropy (Jan 2018)
“I am I because my little dog knows me,” or, the rhetoric of (non)narrative (queer)identity in Gertrude Stein’s Geographical History. the quint: an interdisciplinary journal from the north. 9.2 (March 2017).
“A Crisis of Memory: Narrative Form and Identity-Construction in Pamela Lu’s Pamela: A Novel.” Ethos: A Digital Review of Arts, Humanities, and Public Ethics. Vol 3, No1. 2017
“Narrative Perversion: Beverly Dahlen’s A Reading” in Something on Paper
The Content of Essay Form: on Reading Carla Harryman’s Adorno’s Noise in HOW2
Laura Mullen: Enduring Freedom in Something on Paper 2
“From Expository Blog to Engaged E-Portfolio: A Student-Centered Pedagogy in Process.” Ed. Kendra Bryant, in Engaging 21st Century Writers with Social Media
Community and Citizenship in the Computer Classroom in Hybrid Pedagogy