Wrote about Emma Lazarus’s famous sonnet, “The New Colossus,” for The Atlantic.

My work is featured on November’s Meet a Tiger at Clemson.

Reading poems at the Storymoja Festival in Nairobi on Sunday.

I’ve written about student protesters as the new intellectuals for The Atlantic.

Atopias: Manifesto for a Radical Existentialism, by Frédéric Neyrat and co-translated by me and Lindsay Turner, is out in October from Fordham University Press.

Honored to receive the 2017 CAAH Faculty of the Year Award for Excellence in Teaching.

Wrote a piece on poetry after (during) Trump with my friend Garry Bertholf for Viewpoint.

My article on the contemporary ode, “Planetary Dejection: An Ode to the Commons,” is in the latest issue of symplokē, a special issue on “Materialisms.”

Quoted in the The Atlantic on John Clare, poetics, and dispossession.

I’ve introduced a forum on “global poetics” with the poets Manal Al-Sheikh, Omar Berrada, Whitney DeVos, Julie Moi Aussi, Katie Peterson, NourbeSe Philip, Marie de Quatrebarbes, Emma Ramadan, Keston Sutherland, and Timothy Yu.

Honored to have received the 2017 South Carolina Arts Commission Artist Fellowship in Poetry.

The Poetry Foundation features “Poetry After Language,” an ARCADE colloquy co-curated by Marijeta Bozovic ( and me.

“Poetry After Language” on ARCADE.

“Speculations: New Irish Poetry,” a weekly commentary on Jacket2.

My plenary talk on lyric poetry and precarity at Yale (April 2014).