Here you can find an assortment of writing: poems, essays, articles, reviews, genre-fluid texts and transgenre texts. Sometimes a poem might also be an essay or an essay might incorporate poems. Sometimes a poem might also be an image or a video or come alive both on the page and in a performance projection. Sometimes writing an essay about art can become a meditation on loss or the potentials of organizing. So here is some of the other writing I have done that is accessible online in journals or magazines. I'll let you decide where it fits.
Entropy: "It Feels Like an Institution"
Hinchas de Poesía: Ioyaiene & Expreso
Buenos Aires Review: "La Caza"
[out of nothing]: Five Cut-up Poems
Lex-ICON: "[a boat on the lagoon...]"
Turntable + Blue Light: "Last Lines"
Anomolous Press: "Fly"
Entropy: "What's Happen Now? Thinking about Rafa Saavedra and His Works," "Entropy's Top 93 Poetry Books in Translation of 2014,"The House is On Fire: Race, Gentrification, Houston and the de Menil Legacy.”
Evening Will Come at The Volta: "These Little, Little Men"
Free Press Houston: "City Council Mayhem: El desmadre de la política local"
Houston Chronicle: “Race, Houston Gentrification, and the de Menil Legacy"
HTMLGiant: "A Man Reads Men by the Lips of Women: A Review of I Want to Make You Safe by Amy King"; "An Interview with Tim Roberts, Co-Founder of Counterpath in Denver"
Literal: "Inside My Trachea Your Trachea: A Review of Watchword by Pura López Colomé"
OffCite: "Can We Be Critical of the Menils Now?"; "These Streets are Made for Walking"
Outward from Nothingness: "How Could “We” Forget: Thinking through Heriberto Yépez’s The Empire of Neomemory"; Assorted Other Pieces from a Month-Long Guest Editorship
Temporary Art Review: "The Incredible Attack on Grammar, a.k.a. ¡Go, Monterrey, Go!"
HMTLGiant: "Thinking Around Julian Brolaski's gowanus atropolis", There will be nothing left here but the sea: A Review of Campeche by Joshua Edwards", "It Takes Two, Baby: long past the presence of common by j/j hastain; Dear Failures by Trey Sager"
Collaborative Writings with Jen Hofer as Antena
The Conversant at The Volta: When We Said This Was a Space, We Meant We Are People: Antena @ Project Row Houses" (Co-Authored with Jen Hofer as Antena)
Evening Will Come at The Volta: "Speechlessness into (and out of) Speech" (Co-Authored with Jen Hofer as Antena)