A Stunted River

Essay in Under Waters: An Atlas of Buried Rivers (forthcoming, 2024)

A Different Way of Being Dutch

Hans Lodeizen lived a joyful queer life and made a singular contribution to the Dutch literary landscape while standing outside it entirely. To me, he was a signpost, an augury, a gentle guiding spirit.

Translated into Arabic by Ali Al-Badri for Shamal Magazine

The Guest #18: The Way Out Is In — Talking About Translating Poetry with Robin Myers

Collected Wisdom: How to Write a Good Reader’s Report

The Dinner Party Reloaded 3: The Translators — Roundtable Discussion with Susanna Crossman, Saudamini Deo and Denise Rose Hansen

On Sleepless Night by Margriet de Moor (tr. David Doherty)

Mind the Gap

Even the terminology riles me up. “May-December relationship is such a dumbass term,” I complain to Dori. “How do your fifties equate to December? That’s, like, October at the most.”

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I Think About This A Lot: Britney’s British Accent in ‘Scream & Shout’

The way she croons “all eyes on auss” reminds me of playing dress-up as a kid, wearing my dad’s XL white T-shirt as Cinderella’s wedding dress. It’s reaching for a half-understood idea of sophistication, a dalliance with a different self. But it’s also unapologetically goofy, her equivalent of a Dollar Store fake beard and sunglasses. It’s clear that it’s an act—we never lose sight of the American Britney underneath. I like that, because having an utterly convincing foreign accent has often left me a bit confused about where I belong.

On Jodie Foster’s Little Man Tate

On The Archive of Alternate Endings by Lindsey Drager

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