"Misreading," Entropy Magazine
“Storm Chasing," Crab Orchard Review
“Sizing,” South Loop Review: Creative Nonfiction + Art
“Currency of Tourism,” DIAGRAM
“Snapshots of a Tongue,” Infusion
“The Empty Chair,” Seoulist
“The Experts and the Expat,” Seoulist
“In Praise of Konglish,” Seoulist
From 2015 to 2021, I served as a co-Editor for Bear Review, a literary journal rooted in Kansas City.
Interviews w/ Poets
“A Powerful Ugliness: An Interview with South Korean Poet Kim Hyesoon,” Trans. Song Gyu Han. Guernica
"Accessing a Limitless Vein of Words": Ruth Williams Interviews Jeongrye Choi, Montevidayo
“Poetry Chants at the Moment When Water Evaporates: An Interview with South Korean Poet Kim Seung-Hee," Cerise Press
"The Murderino in Me: Reading Aimee Baker's Doe," The Bind.
"Who Fits Within My Catchall Thou: A Review of Brittany Perham's Double Portrait, 32 Poems.
"Angry Red Eye," "The Petty Politics of the Thing" by Kate Nurnberger, 32 Poems
“Reflecting Ruth,” Green Girl by Kate Zambreno, DIAGRAM
On the Other Side, Blue by Collier Nogues, Florida Review, 3671, Summer 2012.
Instances by Jeongyre Choi, Iowa Review
Walking on a Washing Line by Kim Seung-Hee, World Literature Today, Vol. 86, No. 2, March 2012.
“’Stump Speech,’ Why We Like It,” Cincinnati Review
“’Reciprocity,’ Why We Like It,” Cincinnati Review