“The Narrator is Also the Listener,” an interview with Todd Fredson. Superstition Review.
A Conversation with Todd Fredson. Waxwing.
Miraculous constructions: Todd Fredson on Ivorian oral traditions. Jacket2.
At the Algorithmic Rabbit Hole: An Interview with Fady Joudah. Matter: A Journal of Political Poetry and Commentary
Essays & Reviews
Casting the New Cote d'Ivoire: Ethnic Assertion and West African Orature in Azo Vauguy's Zakwato. Research in African Literatures 51.4. Forthcoming.
Two Reviews and a Spectral Interlude: Heredities, Flood Song, and Incantations. American Poetry Review 48.5.
The Most Dangerous Crossing: Reconstituting Nationality in Josué Guébo’s Songe à Lampedusa. Blackbird: an online journal of literature and the arts.
"Hear the Murmuring Birds?": A Reading of Louise Mathias's The Traps. In Review at The Volta.
Til Death Do Us Part: Approaching Josué Guébo's My country, tonight. Matter: A Journal of Political Poetry and Commentary.
To the Touch: Emmanuel Levinas's 'Dark Light' in the Poetry of Paul Celan. Matter: A Journal of Political Poetry and Commentary.
Caesuras and White Space: Room for the Reader. Passages North.
Egalitarian Parenting & Writing: Effects on Process and Aesthetic. Passages North.
The Festival of Whips. Warscapes.
[Erratum: Found Ecology Piece]. Poem-a-Day.
Heckling Paradise; History Offers No Instruction; Anniversaire; A Toast.
Prairie Schooner 90.1.
Ivoirité; Getting Stoned at the Mission, Waiting for Permission to Leave Abidjan;
Day-long Swerve; Departure Lyric; Aid. American Poetry Review 45.2.
Médicaments. Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art 53.
Late Summer, To the Bride; Gaunt Pleasures; Rain Off the Gulf of Guinea; The
Sorting Grounds. The Nashville Review.
Century Worm. Slush Pile.
Mistress (1); Mistress (2): Teeter-totter; Vietnam. Blackbird: an online journal of literature and the arts.
excerpt from The future has an appointment with the dawn, by Tanella Boni. EuropeNow.
excerpt from Think of Lampedusa, by Josué Guébo. Blackbird: an online journal of literature and the arts.
excerpt from Think of Lampedusa, by Josué Guébo. Boston Review.
excerpt from My country, tonight by Josué Guébo. The Offending Adam.