In the past few weeks, I’ve published a number of short pieces on topics ranging from medieval manuscripts to contemporary poetry. All are currently available to read for free online.
- My edition of Hester Pulter’s “The Dolphin” is live on the Pulter Project website.
- I have a note about an astronomical manuscript (UPenn MS Codex 1881) in the most recent issue of Manuscript Studies.
- I reviewed Ru Puro’s debut collection of poems, Each Tree Could Hold a Noose or a House, for Jacket2.
- My translation of Émile Nelligan’s “Violon D’Adieu” has been published in DoubleSpeak.
I have also been curating a series of blog posts about marine ecosystems, titled Blue Notes, for the Penn Program in Environmental Humanities.