Schmaltz, Eric. “the killing of speech”: The Sonic Politics of The Four Horsemen. Forum, No. 19, 2014, n. pag.
Schmaltz, Eric. “to forget in a body”: Mosaical Consciousness & Materialist Avant- Gardism in bill bissett & Milton Acorn’s unpublished I Want to Tell You Love. Canadian Literature, No. 222, Autumn 2014, pp. 96-112.
Schmaltz, Eric. Modernity & The Masturbator: The Non-human Economy, Excess, and Non-Gendered Consciousness in Tarsem Singh’s The Cell (2000). Science Fiction Fiction Film and Television, Vol. 6, No. 2, 2013, pp. 203-217.
ACADEMIC ARTICLES (UNDER CONSIDERATION)
“my body of bliss”: Judith Copithorne’s Concrete Poetry in the 1960s and 1970s. Canadian Poetry. Submitted Fall 2017.
Schmaltz, Eric. From Disgust to Desire: A Poetics of Subterfuge. Canadian, Indigenous, and Québécois Literary Affects. Submitted Summer 2017.
Schmaltz, Eric. The Politics of Memory: Digital Repositories, Settler-Colonialism, and Jordan Abel’s Un/Inhabited. Decoding Digital Poetics. Submitted Summer 2017.
ARTICLES (not peer-reviewed)
“Waves Expanded – a few words on performances by kaie kellough.” Brick Books: A Celebration of Canadian Literature.
“After Bird: Notes On and Around The Bird Is the Word.” Ed. Karl Jirgens. Rampike Vol. 21, No. 2, Fall 2012, pp. 42-6.
“The Stranger,” an interview with Amy Ireland.” Carousel 39, Fall 2017.
“The Complete Works,” an interview with Justin Stephenson. Carousel 37, Fall 2016.
“Overflow: Poetry, Performance, Technology, Ancestry,” an interview with Kaie Kellough. Queen Mob’s Teahouse, 27 June 2017, n. pag.
“I Want to Tell You Love,” an interview with bill bissett. Ed. Karl Jirgens and Beatriz Hausner. Open Letter, Series 15, No. 1, Fall 2012, pp. 58-63.
CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (selected)
“‘th revolushun will have to start tomorrow / everythings too fuckd up today’: Assessing the Failure of the Canadian Language Revolution.” ACCUTE. Ryerson U. (2017)
“Un/Settling: Digital Practices and Decolonization in the Poetry of Jordan Abel.” NEMLA, Baltimore. (2017)
“‘a new line has started:’ Beginnings of Borderblur Poetry in Canada.” The Concept of Vancouver. Brock U. (2016)
“Post-tensities: The Language Revolution & its Affects.” Maladies of the Soul, Emotion, Affect. Banff Centre. (2016)
“TechnoBab(b)el: Developing a Sonic Materialist Poetic.” Canadian Creative Writers and Writer’s Program Conference. Harbourfront Centre. (2016)
“The Noisee Body: Modern Reactions & Eccentricity in the Concrete Poem-Drawings of Judith Copithorne.” ACCUTE. Brock U. (2014)
“I Want to Tell You Love: Toward a Materialist Avant-Garde.” Material Meanings European Network for Avant-Garde and Modernism Studies. U of Kent. (2012)