New Media Poetics: Contexts/Technotexts/Theories. The MIT Press. Forthcoming, 2005. Co-editor, with Adalaide Morris.

Unspun: The Web, Language, Society.  New York University Press. 2001. Editor.
The World Wide Web and Cultural Theory: Magic, Metaphor, Power.  Routledge. 2000.  Co-editor, with Andrew Herman.
Rough Cut, volume of poems, University of Illinois Press. 1997. Nominated by UI Press for the National Book Award and Laughlin/Lamont Prize.

Key Concepts for Popular Music and Culture: New Essays. Basil Blackwell Publishers.1999. Co-editor, with Bruce Horner.     
Mapping the Beat: Popular Music and Contemporary Theory, Basil Blackwell Publishers. 1997.  Co-editor, with John Sloop and Andrew Herman.
Measure, volume of poems, University of Alabama Press, University of Alabama, 1986.


New Media/Digital Writing


The Language of New Media.  Postmodern Culture. (Johns Hopkins University Press).  With Bernard Shaw.  2003. (Reprinted  in Born Magazine and POROI: The Journal. 2003.)

My Friends and their Girlfriends.  Inertia Magazine. 2003.

New Years. Inertia Magazine. 2003.

The Narrative You Anticipate You May Produce.  Postmodern Culture. (Johns Hopkins University Press). With Zeb Chevrel. 2002.

Fresh Icons. InFlect. (University of Camberra, Australia). With Motomichi Nakamura. 2002.  (Reprinted in Window, University of Aukland.  2003.)

Shy Boy.  Cauldron & Net: Journal of the Arts. With Michael Cina.  2002. (Reprinted in Born Magazine.  2001.)

Genius. Leonardo:Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences, andTechnology (MIT Press).  With Skye Giordano. 2001.

The Dream Life.  Beehive. With Michael Cina.  2001

Hey Now. Rhizomes. With Motomichi Nakamura.  2001.  (Reprinted in the Journal of New Media and Culture. 2001.)

Flood.  Electronic Book Review. University of Illinois-Chicago. With David Henry and Ingrid Ankerson. 2001.

The Problem. Nowculture. State of Delaware. With Errol Richardson. 2001.

City of Bits.  The Iowa Review Web, University of Iowa. With Skye Giordano. 1999.  (Reprinted in Riding the Meridian.  2000.)



Selected Essays in Journals/ Book Chapters

Rock Autobiographies.  Popular Music. Cambridge University Press.  In press, 2005.

Tracking the D.J: Technologies, Anxieties, Discourse.  Journal of Popular Music Studies. With Rebekah Farrugia. In press, 2005.

Teaching New Media Writing. In G. Harper (Ed.), Teaching creative writing.  London: Continuum International Publishing Group. Forthcoming, 2006.

Polymedia. Trace Magazine.  2004.

What's Not So New About 'New Media'.  New Media & Society.  2004.

Electronic Literature: Communities and Traditions.  In L. Rabinovitz (Ed.), Memory Bytes: Historical Perspectives on Digital Culture,  Duke University Press. 2003.

Jewel Case: Poets, Pop Stars, The Press. In S. Jones (Ed.), Popular Music and the Press,  2002.

Web Radio, Community, Streaming Capitalism."  Enculturation, University of Arizona. 2001.

Re-writing Rilke.  In J. Parini and R. Pack (Ed.), Introspections.  New England University Press.  1999.

Music & Noise: Marketing Hypertexts."  Postmodern Culture, Johns Hopkins University Press.

New England Review, Middlebury College, VT. "Thirty Years with William Matthews".

Key Concepts for Popular Music and Culture. Blackwell Publishers. "Technology." Co-authored chapter.

Electronic Book Review, University of Illinois.  "Literary Hypertexts and Popular Journalism."

The World Wide Web and Contemporary Theory. Blackwell Publishers. "Magic, Metaphor and Power on the Web." Co-author of introductory essay.

Currents in Electronic Literacy, University of Texas. "Web Studies Across the Disciplines."

Mapping the Beat: Popular Music and Contemporary Theory, Blackwell Publishers.  "The Space of Noise and the Place of Music at Century's End." Co-author of introductory chapter.

Touchstones: American Poets on a Favorite Poem, edited by Robert Pack and Jay Parini.  New England/Middlebury College Press.  Chapter: "Why John Skelton Matters."

Popular Music, Cambridge University Press, England.  "Poetry, Spoken Word, and Performance."

Popular Music and Society, Bowling Green St. University Press. "Poetry and Popular Music". 

Crazyhorse, University of Arkansas. "Representing Music in American Poetry".
Oxford Companion to 20th Century Poetry. Oxford University Press. "Ira Sadoff."

The Sewanee Review, "On Robert Pack."
The Virginia Quarterly Review, University of Virginia, Charlottesville VA. "Collecting Marvin Bell."

The Sewanee Review, "The Story So Far: Hayden Carruth". (Reprinted in Contemporary Literary Criticism, Vol. 84.)

The Virginia Quarterly Review, "Blue Notes: Michael Van Walleghen."

The Sewanee Review,  "Flying with Dave Smith". (Reprinted in Contemporary Literary Criticism, Vol. 24)

Modern Poetry Studies, SUNY-Buffalo, Buffalo NY. "Erasures: Donald Justice".  (Reprinted in Contemporary Literary Criticism, Vol. 19).


Selected Journals and Anthologies
Shade, Western Michigan University Press. "An Apple and a Glass of Water," "In Church,"  "Rings True."
Tarpaulin Sky.  "Fresh Icons."
Poetry Daily, "Rilke."
The American Scholar, Washington D. C. "The Music Box."
New England Review /Bread Loaf Quarterly, Hanover NH. "Prologue."
Ploughshares, Cambridge MA. "Journal."
The Iowa Review, University of Iowa. "Poem Ending with a Stanza by Rilke."
Agni, Boston University. "Hey Now."
Boston Review. "The River."
Greensboro Review, University of North Carolina. "Here and There."
The Rhetoric Review, University of Arizona. "Boy in the Basket," "Rock Shop."
The Courtland Review, "Mixed Philosophical."
Crazyhorse, University of Arkansas, Little Rock AR. "Measure," "From
Childhood", "In the Late Spring."
The Seattle Review, University of Washington, Seattle WA. "City Pool."
Third Coast, Michigan State University. "The Problem."
Blue Mesa Review, University of New Mexico. "Mental Chess," "City of Men".
Nebraska Review, University of Nebraska. "In the Woods."
Cimarron Review, University of Oklahoma. "Stupid Moon," "Paper".
Tar River Poetry, East Carolina University, Greenville NC. "The  Dream Life."
Black Warrior Review, University of Alabama, University. AL. "August Outing."
Chelsea, New York City NY. "Possibilities," "Waking at Night."
The Cimarron Review, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater OK. "The Wake in The Mansion."
The Iowa Review, University of Iowa, Iowa City IA. "Rounds," "Autumnal."
The Literary Review, Farleigh Dickinson University, Madison NJ. "February,"
"The Young Couple," "Letter from Des Moines."
The Greensboro Review, University of North Carolina, Greensboro NC.
"Resting,"  "Rilke at Worpswede."
The Agni Review, Cambridge MA. "Festival Profile," West Pond Road," "A Virtue of Shape."
Quarterly West, University of Utah, Salt Lake City UT. "Man Waxing Car."

Book Reviews

The New York Times Book Review, Contemporary Visual Arts, Popular Music, Virginia Quarterly Review, New England Review, Breadloaf Quarterly, The Chicago Tribune Book Review, The Sewanee Review, The Saturday Review, New Letters. Southwest Review.

Selected Papers Since 1995

"'Literariness' In Our Digital Age: Reading New Media Writing."  Invited Lecture. Queensland University, Australia.  Summer 2006.

"'Literariness' In Our Digital Age:  Reading New Media Writing."  Invited Lecture. University of Waikato, New Zealand.  Summer 2006.

'Literariness' In Our Digital Age:  Reading New Media Writing."  Invited Lecture.  Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Summer 2006.

Paper presented at the Association for the Study of Popular Music Annual Conference.  Charlottesville VA, 2004. "Invention and Surprise in Writing about Popular Music: A new Rhetoric"

Paper presented at the Cultural Studies Association Annual Conference.  Pittsburg, 2003. "Chapter and Verse."

Paper presented at MLA.  San Diego, 2003. "Whose New Media?"

Paper presented at the International Association of Popular Music Conference. Montreal, Canada, 2003.  "Writing Rock."

Paper presented at Associated Writing Programs Annual Conference, Baltimore MD, 2003.  "What's New about New Media Poetry."

Invited Speaker, Electronic Literature Organization, UC Santa Barbara.  2003.  "Archiving Digital Literature and Criticism."

Invited Panelist, The State of the Art of Electronic Literature, UCLA, Los Angeles. 2002. "New Media Journals and Archives."

Invited Keynote, Craft, Critique and Culture Conference, University of Iowa.  2002. "Collaboration and the Convergence of Literature and Art."

Paper presented at the conference "Crafting Sounds, Creating Meaning: Making Popular Music in the U.S.", Experience Music Project, Seattle, WA. 2002. "That's Me in the Spotlight: Popular Reception and Musicians' Autobiographies."

Paper presented at the Association of Internet Researchers Conference, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 2001. "New Media Literature and Art."

Invited Reading/Presentation, SUNY-Buffalo, 2001.  "Traditions: Print and Hypermedia Poetry."

Invited Reading/Presentation, Digital Arts and Culture Conference, Brown University, 2001. "Making Genius."

Invited Guest Speaker, Davis Symposium, Emerson College, MD, 2000. "New Media Writing."

Invited Guest, Project on the Rhetoric of Inquiry, University of Iowa, 2001.
"Poetry, Traditions, Electronic Literature."

Paper presented at "Craft, Culture, Critique" Conference, Iowa City. 2000. "Popular Music Criticism, Popular Poetry Criticism."

Invited Guest Speaker on the topic of Web-based Curriculums and Internet Studies at Elon College and Grinnell College. 2000.

Paper presented to the Association for the Study of Popular Music, Toronto, 2000. "Jewel, Pop, the Web."

Paper presented at the Conference on Hypertext and Writing, George Mason University, 1996. "Joyce, Bartholomae and the Rhetoric of Assignment Making".

 Paper presented at the International Association for the Study of Popular Music, Univ. of Denver, 1996. "Poetry, Music, Theories of Spatiality".

Paper presented at the International Association for the Study of Popular Music, Vanderbilt University, 1995. "Pop Values and The Production of Music-Related Internet Sites".

Visiting writer and poetry readings at various universities and colleges, including Brown University, SUNY-Buffalo, University of Iowa, Loyola College, MD; University of Illinois; Iowa State.