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[ Feb. 19th, 2024:  I have had four more essays published since my last update.  I will update again soon. ]

"Five Lesser-Known Fantasy Authors," guest post at The Carterhaugh School of Folklore and the Fantastic blog, June 6th, 2023

Interviewed by Connor Harrison at Tiny Molecules (Spring, 2023)

"Bistro Devotional," in Superpresent, vol. 3, nr. 1 (Winter, 2023)

Review of Latinx Poetics: Essays on the Art of Poetry (ed. Ruben Quesada; University of New Mexico Press, 2022), in the Thirty West blog Afterimages,  April 17th, 2023

Review of N.K. Jemisin's The World We Make, in the Harvard Review online March 14th, 2023. 

"The Half-Life of Memory,"  in Tiny Molecules, March 13th, 2023.   

Post in Fairy Tales Explored, January 30th, 2023.

Review in Fafnir: Nordic Journal of Science Fiction and Fantasy Research (Volume 9, Issue 2, January 2023) of  A Sense of Tales Untold: Exploring the Edges of Tolkien's Literary Canvas by Peter Grybauskas (Kent State University Press, 2021).

Review of Poetry's Geographies: A Transatlantic Anthology of Translations, ed. by Katherine Hedeen and Zoë Skoulding (co-published by Eulalia Books and Shearsman Books, 2022), in Contemporary Verse 2, Winter Issue 2023 (vol. 45, issue 3).   [ Available in physical print only at this stage; CV2 typically puts materials online c. 1-2 years after initial publication. ]

Mini-review of The Villagers by Caroline Golden & Derek Owens, in "2022 Notable Works" at Ancillary Review of Books (12/16/22).

"Confronting Anachronism:  A Report from The Met's Chroma Show."  The Hyacinth Review, September 24th, 2022.

"A Ship is a Dream of Whispers": A Review of Eversion by Alastair Reynolds
In Ancillary Review of Books, August 26th, 2022.

"Translation as Oppression and Liberation in Babel": A review of R. F. Kuang's Babel, in The Chicago Review of Books, August 26th, 2022.

"A Flowing Drop Suspended In Time, Still Flowing," in Nightingale & Sparrow,Issue XIV, Spring 2022 (published August 18th, 2022; scroll to page 31 for my piece).

Interviewing Michelle Gil-Montero, co-founder & editor of Eulalia Books, in Full Stop, August 16th, 2022.

"A Note on Neologism,"  Tiny Molecules (July, 2022).

Review of Tempo: Excursions in 21st Century Italian Poetry (ed. Luca Paci; trans. various. Cardigan, Wales. Parthian. 2022), in World Literature Today (July / August, 2022).  Online behind paywall; PDF available upon request to Daniel.

On the Fairy Tales School of English-Language Poetry.”  The Critical Flame: A Journal of Literature & Culture, Issue 71 (June, 2022).  I have put specific citations and scholarly / bibliographic notes notes to this essay on my Footnotes page, here.

" 'In the Shadow of the Word Sung From My Lips': Gemma Gorga's Poetry Translated by Sharon Dolin.”  New Letters, Volume 88, nos. 1 & 2 (Winter/Spring, 2022).

Keep Danish Weird: Lise Kildegaard Talks About Translating Louis Jensen’s firkantede historier ('Square Stories').” Hopscotch Translation (May 10th, 2022).

Despotic Words, Delirious Fragments: 'Horses Drawn with Blue Chalk' by Rocío Ágreda Piérola.” Overheard (April 27th, 2022).

Delightful Deception.”  The Hyacinth Review (April 24th, 2022).

AND IF THE WOODS CARRY YOU, the third poetry collection by Erin Rodoni.”  Heavy Feather Review (April 8th, 2022).

Vibrant Worlds, Vibrant Words: A Review of The Pomegranates and Other Modern Italian Fairy Tales.”  Hopscotch Translation (February 15th, 2022).

Dor by Alina Ștefănescu.”  The Los Angeles Review (February 9th, 2022).

Older pieces:

“The Palest of Copies: History, Culture, Empire, and Fiction.”  Guest post on Dr. Shaun Duke's blog (October 4th, 2012).

“On Writing Historical Fantasy.”  Guest post on the Charlotte's Library blog (October 4th, 2012).

“The Hardest Part.”  Guest post at the Bull Spec blog (October 3rd, 2012).
“A Picture-Show in the Night-Kitchen.”  Guest post on the Layers of Thought blog (September 26th, 2012).

“The Queen of Elfland's Drummer.” Cabinet des fées (September 30th, 2010).  [Apologies for issues with the print rending– is some sort of tech glitch beyond my control.]

“Seeking the Distant Hills Within.”  Guest post at the Bibliophile Stalker (September 18th, 2012).

“Go Ahead: Judge These Books By Their Covers.”  Guest post at the Fantasy Book Critic blog (September 17th, 2012).

“The Fantastical 18th and 19th Centuries, or, Dragons Dancing at Almack’s.”  Guest post at the Civilian Reader blog (September 14th, 2012).

“A Raffle of Laughter on Solemn Occasions.”  Guest post at Not a Journal blog (September 11th, 2012).

Co-editor & contributor with Bjørg Eva Aasen, Jorun Hermansen, Anne Hoel, Anne Ragnhild Hoel, and Inger Norenberg. Tekstil og Metall: To arbeidsmiljøer i norsk etterkrigstid. nord nytt: nordisk tidsskrift for folkelivsforskning, 21 (1984).

“In Pursuit of Norfolk's Hyter Sprites,” Folklore, 95:1 (1984).

“Some Notes on the Household Spirits in Norway,” Arv: Nordic Yearbook of Folklore, 38 (1982).

“Gender and Control in the Merchant’s World: Stralsund, 1750-1830,” in Formatting Gender: Transitions, Breaks, and Discontinuities in German-Speaking Europe, 1750-1830, ed. by Marion Gray & Ulrike Gleixner (University of Michigan Press, 2006).

“The Coastal Shipping of Mecklenburg and Western Pomerania, 1750-1830,” in Coastal Shipping and the European Economy, 1750-1980, ed. by John Armstrong & Andreas Kunz (Mainz, Germany: Zabern, 2002).

“A Stadtbürgertum Defines Itself: Creating a Middling-Class Consciousness in Early Modern Stralsund,” Zeitsprünge: Forschungen zur Frühen Neuzeit, 4:4 (2000).

“Commercial Intelligence: France and the Baltic Trades, c. 1750-1815,” in Négoce, Ports et Océans, XVIe-Xxe siècles, ed. by Silvia Marzagalli & Hubert Bonin (Pessac, France: Presses Universitaires de Bordeaux, 2000).

Two short entries in Goud uit graan; De relaties tussen Nederland en het Oostzeegebied, 1600-1850, ed. by Remmelt Daalder (Amsterdam: Nederlands Scheepvaartmuseum, 1998). Translated from my English-language original.

“Cutting Out the Middleman?: American Trade in Northern Europe, 1783-1815,” in Merchant Organization and Maritime Trade in the North Atlantic, 1660-1815, ed. by Olaf Janzen (International Maritime Economic History Association, 1998).

“Eighteenth-Century Commercial Mentalities as Reflected and Projected in Business Handbooks,” Eighteenth-Century Studies, 29:2 (1995-1996).

“Women as Merchants in Eighteenth-Century Northern Germany: The Case of Stralsund, 1750-1830,” Central European History, 28:4 (1995).

Reviews of eleven books in Scandinavian Studies, International Journal of Maritime History, and The Northern Mariner: The Journal of the Canadian Nautical Research Society (1994-1998). Additional review article in Histoire sociale/Social History in 2001.

Committee member and contributor. Cultivating Interest and Competencies in Computing: Authentic Experiences and Design Factors [National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine consensus report, edited by Barbara Means and Amy Stephens]. The National Academies Press, 2021.

“In This Age of Complexity and Ambiguity, Learners Need New Skills” (interviewed by Aisha Schnellmann), BOLD Blog on Learning / Jacobs Foundation, Switzerland (July 25th, 2019).

“Putting the City at the Heart of Place-Based Education,” Getting Smart blog (November 21st, 2016).

“How Hip-Hop Redefines Project-Based Learning,” Getting Smart blog (July 27th, 2016).

With Christine Volkmann, Karen E. Wilson, Steve Mariotti, Shailendra Vyakarnam, and Ana Sepulveda. Educating the Next Wave of Entrepreneurs; A Report of the Global Education Initiative. World Economic Forum (April, 2009).

“The Duh Factor: Understanding Intergenerational Differences in Association Life,” cover article in Association Management (American Society of Association Executives), July 2004. Won the silver award in the magazine feature article category in the 2005 Society of National Association Publications Excel Awards competition.

With Ron Carson and Kristin Conklin, “Postsecondary Education Reform in Kentucky,” issue brief published by the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices, Washington DC (September 2001).

“Business Needs the Humanities,” Liberal Education (publication of the Association of American Colleges & Universities), 87:1 (Winter 2001).

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