The Apostrophe of the Statue of Samuel J. Tilden appears in Typo 16 (Winter 2012).
Two apostrophes, of Robert Oppenheimer to Araki Yasusada, and of Ulysses to a scholar of critical theory, appear in the Winter 2011 issue of Fence.
From Ingenious, an interview to accompany When Theft was Worse than Murder (2014)
Derangement Syndrome : 4 from the (North) American Avant-Garde [Mantis 8, Summer 2009.] Essay; Rachel Zolf, Dan Machlin, Rod Smith and Michael Scharf.
While adjusting to life in Tokyo, I produced two brief “podcasts” for the entertainment of my friends and for speaking practice. Pod one [Mind-Mapping, David Foster Wallace, Report from Tokyo, Deep History; 19 April 2009; 12m01s] and Pod two [UV/IR Divergences in William Gibson, Gertrude Stein Speaks [remixed], Renormalization Group Flows and the Phenomenology of Tokyo Cafés; 2 May 2009; 14m17s]. Pod two was featured on Jo Guldi’s landsploitation site, 21 July 2009. On 11 April 2009, I took a bicycle ride through Sangenjaya, and over a few months made an annotated map of some good places in Setagaya-ku.
Between 2004 and 2008, some poetic work appeared in Typo [1 2 3], Gut Cult [1 2], moria , horseless press , H_NGM_N  and elimae . One from a series of apostrophes was featured in Steve Halle’s Chicago-based seven corners; another was made into a video and appeared on Nicholas Manning’s Paris-based Continental Review .
Batch 39 and the Deadman’s Switch [Clarkesworld Magazine, 2008]. Science Fiction.
Nathan Collins and I rock out to Titus Andronicus’ “Upon Viewing Brueghel’s Landscape With The Fall of Icarus”
Corazón, Santa Fe, New Mexico. 19 April 2011.
Occasional reviews for slashdot: Matter [2008; a positive review of Iain M. Banks’ latest space opera] and Republic.com 2.0 [2007; a review-with-reservations of Cass Sunstein’s book].
Some “microreviews” appeared in the Boston Review in 2007, of Susan Briante and Elizabeth Arnold.
Around the same time, absent magazine was started by a collection of poets, artists and reasoner-types — Elisa Gabbert, Irwin Chen, Jo Guldi and I were all involved, and it continues terrifically now that I’ve faded from the masthead. Pieces towards an anarchist poetics [issue one] and ecopoiesis [issue two] appeared there. One of my favorite things we did was print first translations of and by new Russian poets; Eugene Ostashevsky in issue01; in later issues, Eireene Nealand brought Sergeij Kitov to us (in issue02, here, trans. EN & Likka Frenkel; and in issue03, text and a soundfile of Реплика мадам де Сталь here).
¶ (A Magazine of Paragraphs) was edited by Karen Donovan and Walker Rumble, and produced at their Oat City Press. It ran from 1985 to 2005. The final issue (Paragraph #25; Summer 2005), including a full table of contents for all twenty issues, is available here. [18 Mb file; an uncompressed scan of 111 Mb can be found by changing “reduced” to “large” in the filename.] An article on the magazine, and its run, appeared in the Providence Phoenix in 2007.
SWAN (a love story) [30 pages; 2004]. Aleatory. Adrian Wisnicki’s review appeared in the Fifth Street Review. cc by-nc-sa/2.0
A long while ago, I interviewed the philosopher Cora Diamond: “What time is it on the Sun?” [Harvard Review of Philosophy, 2000; reprinted in Philosophers in Conversation, 2002].
Recordings from natural processes. My bicycle commute to the Institute, from East Alameda. Quiet and loud wok (water boiling under a thin film of oil). Embers and flame from Piñon fire. The sound of the coqui frog in Vieques. cc by/3.0.
old school logistic map. An Apple //c implements the logistic map for randomly chosen values of r between 7/2 and 4, set to The Who’s Baba O’Riley.
unauthorized duplication, while sometimes necessary, is never as good as the real thing