[review] Knowing Better: Brian Blanchfield's Essay Collection Proxies, Hyperallergic, 2016.
[interview] With poet Kate Colby at The Conversant, 2016.
[review] On Anna Moschovakis' They and We Will Get into Trouble for This, The Georgia Review, 2016.
[review] On Ben Segal’s Pool Party Trap Loop, The Georgia Review, 2016.
[interview] I Arrived in a Dress: An Interview with Mary-Kim Arnold by Elizabeth Schmul, Michigan Quarterly Review, June 8, 2016.
[miscellany] Profile at Providence Monthly, April 2016.
[fiction] Featured Fiction Writer at Atticus Review, March 2015.
[miscellany] As part of 30 x Lace: Thirty Days of Poetry, curated by Carrie Murphy and Birds of Lace, April 23, 2015
[interview] Piercing You Softly: An Interview with Mary-Kim Arnold, Atticus Review, March 30, 2015
[review] Notes toward Understanding Claudia Rankine’s Imaginative Transformation of Race in Citizen: An American Lyric, at Queen Mob’s Tea House, 2014.
[miscellany / profile] Five Questions with Mary-Kim Arnold, Writing Like an Asian, November 21, 2014
[hybrid] We Live in Rain, in Trouble, 2014.
[fiction] Then, Quickly, at Swarm, 2014.
[poem] Minor Saints in Day One, December 18, 2013.
[poems] Here a Man and Heatwave in burntdistrict, Volume 2, Issue 2, 2013.
[fiction] Ten Months in Busan, in The Pinch Journal (33.2), Fall 2013.
[fiction] Empire Falls at Wigleaf, March 2013.
[review] On A Brief History of Yes by Micheline Arahonian Marcom, at The Lit Pub, 2013.
[hybrid / review] On an untitled poem by Tina Brown Celona, at The Rumpus, 2013.
[interview] What Has Been Done Is Un-done By Living: An Interview with Jessica Deane Rosner at Anobium, 2013.
[review] On The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge, by Rainer Maria Rilke at HTML Giant, 2013.
[fiction] White Winter, Green Winter at Tin House, November 2012.
[review] On Triggermoon Triggermoon by Julia Cohen at Anobium, 2012.
[review] On Confessions from a Dark Wood by Eric Raymond at HTML Giant, 2012.
[miscellany] Profile at I am Korean American, January 20, 2012
[miscellany / collaboration] Kokura, a hypertext, with Matthew Derby, 1999
[miscellany] Lust, The Eastgate Quarterly Review of Hypertext, 1994.