Poems on Poetry Foundation
Poems on Academy of American Poets
"Io," "Tiresias" and "Philomela," Narrative Magazine
"What is the Smell of a Circle?," The New Yorker
"Nightingale: A Gloss," American Poetry Review
"Gokstadt/Ganymede," Michigan Quarterly Review
"Baucis and Philemon," Narrative Magazine
"When It Is Over, It Will Be Over," Poetry Society of America
"Birthday Poem," New England Review
"Murano," The New Republic
"Happiness" The Slowdown
"Portrait of D17: Female, 37 Years Old," The New York Times Magazine
The 2022 Blaney Lecture, Academy of American Poets, "Beyond Empathy, Beyond Archive: Notes on Poetic Representation"
Bennington Writing Seminars Commencement Address, January 2021.
"24 Hours in America: Utah," The New York Times
"Strange Meetings: The Problems of Poetry, Representation and War," The Writer's Chronicle (AWP membership required to read)
"Iphigenia in Afghanistan: Notes on Women and War," The Sewanee Review (must subscribe for complete essay)
From "Just Wars, Punishable Bodies," Copper Nickel
"The Erotic Wounds of War," New England Review (ProjectMuse link)
Excerpt from The Broken Country, Blackbird
"A Sport of Restraint," Los Angeles Review of Books
"American Service," Poetry Foundation
"The Lives of Strangers," Broad Street Magazine.
"Biracial Rage" DiaCRITICS.
Excerpt from The Night My Mother Met Bruce Lee, Penguin/Random House Canada
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