My research convenes queer theory, black studies, and political theology to analyze configurations of difference, embodiment, and being in contemporary poetry and performance. I am interested specifically in poetry as a way of performing theoretical inquiry and in the possibilities that research-creation and formally innovative poetry present for thinking and being. My poetry has appeared in a number of literary journals, including The Capilano Review, CV2, Hart House Review, HELD, and PRISM international.
"Mourning worlds: A review of Prageeta Sharma's 'Grief Sequence.'" Jacket2. December 2020.
“On David Dowker’s 'Mantis.'” The Capilano Review 3.38, June 2019.