Poetry published online:

A Spoonful of Tea and Sugar in the Mouth” The New Republic
I Live in a Borrowed and Often Tender Multiplicity” The Boston Review
“Tale of Caw” Jacket Magazine
Goodbye for Keeps” AMP Magazine
Dias Y Flores: The Garden” BrooklynPoets.com
Upside Down and Distance” Marsh Hawk Review

Essays published online:

A Burning Is Not A Letting Go (Guernica Magazine)
Blood on the Illusion (Fourth Genre, nominated for the 2014 Best American Essays)
We Sit Like Hot Stones: The Performance of Grief (Brooklyn Rail)


Commonplace Podcast Episode 20: Rachel Zucker speaks with poet, hypnotherapist, teacher, workshop leader and activist Kristin Prevallet about teaching grammar in prisons, trancepoetics, hypnotherapy, radical femininity, retrograde meaning, and what it means to be a tender of the garden of language. They discuss Kristin’s new novel and new book on healing, teaching writing to non-writers, and the power of female sexuality.

Talking Poetry, Trance, and the Body” with Cara Benson, Best American Poetry

with Geoffrey Watterman, Temple University Online Journal TINGE

Writing about others

Navigating the New Chaos: Anne Waldman’s Collaborations with Visual Artists, Jacket Issue #27

The Politics of John Sims’ Math Art, Guernica Magazine

Interview with Abou Farman and Leonor Caraballo, Bomb Magazine

On H.D.’s The Walls Do Not Fall: “that premonition we all know, this has happened before somewhere else,/or this will happen again—where? when?” Duration Press

Magic, Logic, Words, Dream: Robert Kelly