Articles

“The First Phonogramic Poem: Conceptions of Genre and Media Format, circa 1888.” BRANCH: Britain, Representation and Nineteenth-Century History. Ed. Dino Franco Felluga. Extension of Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net. (February 2020): Web. [5800 words].

“Archival Spectres and Formats of the Event: The Foster Poetry Conference, 1963.” CanLit Across Media: Unarchiving the Literary Event.  Ed. Jason Camlot and Dr. Katherine McLeod.  Kingston and Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press, 2019. 141-164.

“Morrisian Spectres of Working and Learning in the Context of “The New Division of Labour.”  Socialist Studies Etudes Socialistes 13.1 (Spring 2018): 57-66.

“Robert Creeley in Transition 1967/1970: Changing Formats for the Public Poetry Reading,” English Studies in Canada (ESC) 43.2-3 (June/December 2017): 215-245.

“Historicist Audio Forensics: The Archive of Voices as Repository of Material and Conceptual Artifacts.” 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century 21 (2015): 1-21. Web [9500 words].

“Prose, Non-Fiction.”  The Encyclopedia of Victorian Literature, ed. Dino Franco Felluga, Pamela K. Gilbert, and Linda K. Hughes. (Wiley-Blackwell, 2015), 1351-1360.

“Le Foster Poetry Conference, 1963.” Littérature Québécoise: Voix et Images 40.2 (hiver 2015): 59-75.

“The Poetry Series.” Co-authored with Christine Mitchell.  Amodern 4 (March 2015): Web. [7000 words]. 

“Theses on Discerning The Poetry Series.” Co-authored with Darren Wershler. Amodern 4 (March 2015): Web. [5000]. 

“The Sound of Canadian Modernisms: The Sir George Williams University Poetry Series, 1966-1974.”  Journal of Canadian Studies / Revue d’études canadiennes 46.3 (Fall 2012): 28-59.

“Prosing Poetry: Blackwood’s and Generic Transposition.”  Romanticism and Blackwood’s Magazine. Ed. Robert Morrison and Daniel S. Roberts.  London: Palgrave, 2013.

“tickertext1: New Media Poetics of Occasion.”  Canadian Journal of Communication 37 (2012): 167-172.

“The Three Minute Victorian Novel:  Early Adaptations of Books to Sound.”  Audiobooks, Sound Studies and Literature. Ed. Matthew Rubery.  New York, NY and Oxon, UK: Routledge, 2011  24-43.

“(Im)possible Conditionals: Anglo-Quebec Poetry/la poésie anglo-québècoise.”  Canadian Poetry 64 (2009): 5-22.

“Alfred, Lord Tennyson, ‘The Charge of the Light Brigade’ (1854).” Victorian Review: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Victorian Studies 35 (2009): 27-32.

“Anglo-Québec Poetry (b.1976 – ).”  In Language Acts: Anglo-Québec Poetry, 1976 to the 21st Century Ed. Jason Camlot and Todd Swift (Montreal: Véhicule Press, 2007), pp. 13-34.

“Anglo-Québec Poetry Periodicals c1976-2006: An Annotated Bibliography.”  In Language Acts: Anglo-Québec Poetry, 1976 to the 21st Century.  Ed. Jason Camlot and Todd Swift (Montreal: Véhicule Press, 2007), pp. 341-373.

“The Victorian Critic as Naturalizing Agent.” ELH 73 (2006): 489-518.

“Poetry and Performance” and “Micheal McClure.”  A Companion to Twentieth-Century American Poetry.  Ed. Burt Kimmelman (New York: Facts on File, 2005), pp 391-4, 308.

“Early Talking Books:  Spoken Recordings and Recitation Anthologies, 1880-1920.”  Book History 6 (2003): 147-173.

“Mammals and Machines: Michael McClure’s Embodying Poetics.” Atenea 23(1) (June 2003):53-68.

“The Victorian Postmodern.” Postmodern Culture 13.1 (2002): n.p. [4,000 words]

“’The Talk’ as Genre: David Antin, Apostrophe and the Institution of Poetry.” Recherches Semiotiques/Semiotic Inquiry 22(1-2-3) (2002): 275-291

“American Poetry In Public and In Private.”  Journal of Literature and Aesthetics 2(1) (Jan-June 2002):  65-77

“Style and Victorian Criticism: John Ruskin’s Political Economy of Literature.”  Signatures 3 (2001): 25-45.

“John Stuart Mill and Rhetoric: The Perspicuous Account of Truthful Obscurity.”  Nineteenth-Century Prose 27(2) (Fall 2000):191-207.

“The Character of the Periodical Press:  John Stuart Mill and Junius Redivivus in the 1830s.”  Victorian Periodicals Review 32(3) (Summer 1999): 166-176.