‘to forget in a body’: Mosaical Consciousness & Materialist Avant- Gardism in bill bissett & Milton Acorn’s unpublished I Want to Tell You Love.

‘the killing of speech’: The Sonic Politics of The Four Horsemen.

Modernity & The Masturbator: The Non-human Economy, Excess, and Non-Gendered Consciousness in Tarsem Singh’s The Cell (2000).


“‘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)



“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 21.2 (Fall): 42-46.


The Stranger, an interview with Amy Ireland. Carousel 39.

The Complete Works, an interview with Justin Stephenson.

Overflow: Poetry, Performance, Technology, Ancestry, an interview with Kaie Kellough.

bissett, bill. “I Want to Tell You Love.” Interview by Eric Schmaltz. Ed. Karl Jirgens and Beatriz Hausner. Open Letter 15.1 (Fall 2012): 58-63.