“Concrete is everywhere. It’s also terrible for the planet.” A Review of Mary Soderstrom’s Concrete: From Ancient Origins to a Problematic Future. rabble.ca (23 Nov. 2020).

The Imperilled Ocean Makes Climate Change all about Us.” A Review of Laura Tretheway’s The Imperilled Ocean: Human Stories from a Changing Sea. rabble.ca (27 Feb. 2020).

“Portrait of the Invisible Artist: A Review of Rachel Cusk’s Transit.” Toronto Review of Books (May 2018).

“Everything New Is Old Again: A Review of Guillaume Morissette’s The Original Face.” The Puritan 40 (2018).

“Bumble Bees Have Turned to Goldenrod.” The Fiddlehead 245 (2011): 72–3 (poem).

“Gravity.” Existere 29.2 (2010): 65–9 (story).

“The Coolidge Effect in Gallus gallus: Implications for Human Demography.” The Future Hygienic (Toronto: PistolPress, 2009): 27–41 (story, briefly noted here).

“Multiples of Three.” Prairie Fire 29.4 (2009): 80–81 (poem).

“Puccinia monoica.” The Dalhousie Review 88.3 (2008): 380–81 (poem).

“Kate Comes to Bed,” “On Spotting Orchids.” Wascana Review 41.1–2 (2008): 87–89 (poems).

“Death of a Train.” Misunderstandings 10 (2008): 29 (poem).

“The Hawk” & “You and I Are the Lucky Ones (after Richard Dawkins).” The Antigonish Review 39.154 (2008): 118–21 (poems).

“Laughing in the Darkness.” Soliloquies 11.2 (2008): 82–99 (essay on being funny in literature, and the deplorable lack of fun and funniness in creative writing workshops).

“Iris versicolor.” Contemporary Verse 2 30.1 (2007): 86 (poem).

“Re-cognition.” Vallum: Contemporary Poetry 4.2/5.1 (2007): 25 (poem).

“Experiential Learning in Wilderness Canoe Tripping.” Green Horizon Quarterly (now Green Horizon Magazine) 25 (2004): 6–7 (essay).

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