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  • Birds of Tifft (Buffalo, NY: BlazeVOX, 2011).
  • Warblers (San Francisco: Albion Books, 2010).
  • With Naked Foot (Buffalo, NY: Little Scratch Pad Press, 2009).
  • Political Cactus Poems (Long Beach, CA: Palm Press, 2005).
  • ecopoetics, ed. vols. 1-7 (2001-2007).
  • Guest editor, Interim Magazine, Ecopoetics feature: Offshore: Poetics, Catastrophe, Peak Oil (Summer 2011).
  • “Stirrup Notes: Fragments on Listening,” Writing the Field Recording, eds. Stephen Benson and Will Montgomery (Edinburgh University Press, 2018).
  • Visceral Ecopoetics in Charles Olson and Michael McClure: Proprioception, Biology, and the Writing Body,” Ecopoetics: Essays in the Field, eds. Angela Hume and Gillian Osborne (University of Iowa Press, 2018).
  • “Ecopoetics,” American Literature in Transition 2000-2010, ed. Rachel Greenwald Smith
    (Cambridge University Press, 2017).
  • Call the Pulsing Home: Poetry, Fascination and Resonance in Ecocritical Environments,” Ecocriticism: Environments in Anglophone Literatures, eds. Sonja Frenzel and Birgit Neumann (anglistik & englischunterricht, 2017).
  • “Vibrational Communication: Ecopoetics in the Seismic Channel,” Big Energy Poets: Ecopoetry Thinks Climate Change, ed. Heidi Lyn Staples and Amy King (BlazeVOX [books], 2017)
  • "Gardens of Resistance: Gilles Clément, New Poetries, and Future Landscapes." 20pp. Qui Parle, Special Issue: At the Intersections of Ecocriticism, ed. Katrina Dodson, 19.2 (Spring/Summer 2011).
  • In Praise of Vagabonds (selections) by Gilles Clément. Trans. Qui Parle 19.2 (Spring/Summer 2011).
  • "Statement of Poetic Research." Common-place. Vol. 11, no. 4.5. (September 2011).
  • "Thoughts on Things: Poetics of the Third Landscape." )((eco (lang)(uage(reader)), ed. Brenda Iijima (Brooklyn: Portable Press at Yo-yo Labs with Nightboat Editions, 2010).
  • "Particular Attention: Niedecker’s Natural Histories." Radical Vernacular: Lorine Niedecker and Politics of Place, ed. Elizabeth Willis (Iowa City: University of Iowa P, 2008).
  • "Upper Limit Toowit: Ronald Johnson’s Field Guide Poetics." Ronald Johnson: Man and Poet, eds. Joel Bettridge and Eric Selinger (Orono, ME: National Poetry Foundation, 2008).
  • "Ethno Plunderphonics: On Some Mockingbird Transcriptions." Interval(le)s. Interdisciplinary Transcriptions, eds. Jon Cotner and Andy Fitch. Nos. 4-5. Dec. 2008.
  • "A Note on Trobar, with Translations." Critical e-book series, towards a foreign likeness bent: translation, ed. Jerrold Shiroma <> (Sausalito, 2003).