Online Articles

Poets on Craft (Cultural Weekly)

Growing up on the Island of Misfit Toys or: Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer as a Queer Allegory (As It Ought To Be)

In the Mental Architecture of the Deceased (As It Ought To Be)

Different From the Others: LGBT History Month and the Almost Century-Old Legacy of an Early Gay Rights Film (As It Ought To Be)

LGBT Writing and the 21st Century (Mayday Magazine)

On Robert Duncan’s “My Mother Would Be A Falconress” (Modern American Poetry)

A Few Queer Notes on Frank O’Hara’s “A True Account of Talking to the Sun on Fire Island” (Modern American Poetry)

Why Don’t You Come Up Sometime and Queer Me?: Reclaiming Mae West as Author and Sexual Philosopher (As It Ought To Be)

Saint Turing: A Few Reflections on Gay Iconography and Martyrdom on the Occasion of Alan Turing’s 100th Birthday (As It Ought To Be)

Review of Judith Halberstam’s “The Killer in Me is the Killer in You: Homosexuality and Fascism” (Kritik)

From the Same Source as Her Power: A Threnody for Adrienne Rich (As It Ought To Be)

The Surreal Sex of Beauty: Jean Cocteau and Man Ray’s “Le Numéro Barbette” (As It Ought To Be)

Paper Dolls and The Global Heart Transplant: A Few Reflections on Martin Manalansan’s “Travels of Disaffection: Labor, Affect, and Migration” (Kritik)

Robert McAlmon’s Psychoanalyzed Girl and the Popularization of Psychoanalysis in America (As It Ought To Be)

I Was a Male Chat-bot: The Turing Test, Artificial Intelligence, and Gender Online (As It Ought To Be)

Robert McAlmon: A Lost Voice of the Lost Generation (As It Ought To Be)