On the Radio 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
“Beautifully fine residual vectors …” on reading Sawako Nakayasu’s Some Girls Walk Into the Country They Are From Univ. Arizona Poetry Center, March 2021
On Poetry, Community, and Heroes: Reading Tyrone Williams Big Other, July 2020.
Poetry (Online) in the Time of Covid Univ. Arizona Poetry Center, 2020.
On re-reading, and teaching, Layli Long Soldier’s “Whereas” 1508 blog Univ. Arizona Poetry Center, 2020.
“Green Perspectives”: Laynie Browne’s In Garments Worn by Lindens, and Rosemarie Waldrop’s Lawn of Excluded Middle 1508 blog Univ. Arizona Poetry Center, 2019.
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
“Open Education: Some Insights and Resources from the 2021 OE Conference” UM-Dearborn Hub Blog, June 2022.
“From Teaching for Equity & Inclusion to Reflecting on OER.” UM-Dearborn Hub Blog, March 2022.
“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