‘to forget in a body’: Mosaical Consciousness & Materialist Avant- Gardism in bill bissett & Milton Acorn’s unpublished I Want to Tell You Love.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


“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. (forthcoming in Carousel)

The Complete Works, an interview with Justin Stephenson.

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

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.


Rev. Loitersack by Donato Mancini, Cinema of the Present by Lisa Robertson, and Kern by derek beaulieu.

Rev. Fortified Castles by Ryan Fitzpatrick and Downverse by Nikki Reimer.

Rev. Things to Do With Your Mouth by Divya Victor.

Rev. The Red Album by Stephen Collis.

Rev. Writing Surfaces: The Selected Fiction of John Riddell Ed. Lori Emerson & derek beaulieu.

Rev. Please, No More Poetry Ed. Kit Dobson.

Rev. fur(l) parachute by Shannon Maguire

Rev. Asian Skies by Ken Norris.

Rev. The Lateral by Jake Kennedy. Broken Pencil 51 (Spring 2011): 58-59. Print.

Rev. Poets and Killers by Helen Hajnoczky. Broken Pencil 51 (Spring 2011): 60. Print.

Rev. Bardy Google by Frank Davey. Broken Pencil 51 (Spring 2011): 57-58. Print.

Rev. The Rose Concordance by Angela Carr. Broken Pencil 48 (Summer 2010): 45. Print.

Rev. The Best Canadian Poetry in English Ed. A.F. Moritz. Broken Pencil 47 (Spring 2010): 67.