Journal Articles

“The Multimodal Icon: Sight, Sound and Intellection in Recent Poetries.” Passage 69 (Summer 2013): 7-20. Special issue on “Lyric at the Crossroads,” edited by Louise Mønster and Peter Stein Larsen, Aarhus University Press, Denmark.

“Det multimodale ikon,” Passage. Translated into Danish.

“Postmodern Fiction and Information Culture.” Twenty-First Century Literature 57 (2012): 28-45. Seoul, South Korea. Translated into Korean.

“Don DeLillo’s Falling Man and the Age of Terror.” Modern Fiction Studies 57.3 (Fall 2011): 559-83.Special issue on “Fiction after 9/11.”

“Gilbert Sorrentino: A Crystal Vision.” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 51.2 (2010): 140-46. Special issue, “An American Requiem: Elegies for Twelve American Novelists.”

“The Intratextual Obscurity of Louis Zukofsky’s “A”.” Journal of Language and Verbal Behaviour [Язык и Речевая Деятельность] 9 (2010): 26-32. The Linguistic Society of St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg State University, Russia.

“Discipline and Anarchy: Disrupted Codes in Kathy Acker’s Empire of the Senseless.”  Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses 39 (November 1999):  13-31.

“The Smooth and the Striated: Compositional Texture in the Modern Long Poem.” Modern Language Studies 27.2 (1997): 57-71.

“‘Design and Debris’: John Hawkes’s Travesty, Chaos Theory, and the Swerve.” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 37 (1996): 120-38.

“Barrett Watten’s Complete Thought: The Language of Postmodern Meditation.” Aerial 8 (1995): 209-14.

“Seriality and the Contemporary Long Poem.” Sagetrieb 11.1-2 (1992): 35-45.

“Against the Calendar: Paul Blackburn’s Journals.” Sagetrieb 7.2 (1988): 35‑52.

“Metaphor and Metonymy in Flann O’Brien’s At Swim-Two-Birds. The Review of Contemporary Fiction 5.1 (1985): 128-134.

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