Essays & Reviews

Los Angeles Review of Books: Broader Histories: On Susan Briante’s Defacing the Monument 

The Believer: Doomstead Days at the Philadelphia Energy Solutions Refinery

The Believer: Review of Anne Boyer’s The Undying

The Rumpus: A Parcel of Stories: Review of Aria Aber’s Hard Damage

Entropy: Salvia Azurea

Tricycle: Rilke’s Book of Hours as Portent and Guide

Tricycle: Buddhist Choreographer Keely Garfield Debuts New Show in New York City, Perfect Piranha 

Tricycle: Eve Ensler’s latest play In the Body of the World refuses to look away from women’s suffering 

Poems

Tiger Moth Review: Night Light

Prolit: Worklife

Thimble Magazine: Nature, Again

Bomb Cyclone: New Year & collage with erasure

Brine Literary: Silence Study

Yes, Poetry: On a Flight from One American City to Another, I Read The News about a Third

Interviews

Jane Hirshfield, “Approaching Life’s Unanswerable Questions”

Anne Waldman, “Anne Waldman Takes on the Patriarchy One Poem at a Time”

Sallie Tisdale, “Travel Guide to the End of Life” (Tricycle Summer 2018)

Kazuaki Tanahashi, “The Brush Is Mightier: A Guide to Social Transformation”

Beth Jacobs, “Mapping Your Mind: The Original Buddhist Psychology” (Tricycle Fall 2017)

Kodo Nishimura, “This Buddhist Life: Makeup Artist Monk”  (Tricycle Fall 2017)

Duncan Ryuken Williams, “Camp Dharma” (Tricycle Summer 2017)

Mattieu Ricard, “An Ethical Insurrection”

Caits Meissner, “Poet Caits Meissner Talks about Her New Book, Let It Die Hungry”

Ryo Kasuga, “Meet the Buddhist Priest Who Runs a Planetarium”

Ruth Ozeki, “Memories in the Mirror”

Jack Kornfield, “Finding Freedom Right Here, Right Now”

Marie Howe, “A Poem for Every Pocket”

Zenith Virago, “Interview with the Deathwalker”

Thubten Chodron, “Comrades in Alms”

Short reviews and news clips for Tricycle magazine

Books in Brief, Buddhist book reviews:

Buddha Buzz, a quarterly Buddhist news roundup: