“Vertigo,” “The Finish Line,” and “The Philosophy of Pure Sciences.” Alexandria Quarterly. Winter 2019.
“Degas’s Wax Horses" and “Stolen Lines.” Former People: A Journal of Bangs and Whimpers. 28 February 2014.
“All The Beds in the County Are Full” and “Duffy.” Pig Iron. Issue 13. 1984.
Live Reading of some my earliest poetry at the student poetry reading of the Naropa Institute Spring Arts Festival, 1980. I was 20. Introduced by Allen Ginsberg as “the glorious mystic from Pittsburgh.”
Book Samples &
From Chapter 5: The Seduction of Theory. Excerpt from Springtime for Snowflakes: "Social Justice" and Its Postmodern Parentage. Nashville and London: New English Review Press. 2018, pp. 46-51.
Chapter 1: Introducing the @antipcnyuprof. Excerpt from Springtime for Snowflakes: “Social Justice and Its Postmodern Parentage. Nashville and London: New English Review Press. 2018, pp. 15-19.
“‘Have You Found the Place that Makes You Want to Swallow Its Rhetoric Whole?’” Quillette. 6 May 2017.
“Here's what happened when I challenged the PC campus culture at NYU.” Washington Post. 3 November 2016.
“Reading Around The Kids.” In Constance Coiner and Diana Hume George, eds. The Family Track: Keeping Your Faculties while You Mentor, Nurture, Teach, and Serve. University of Illinois Press (1998): 107-13.
An Apprentice’s Appreciation: Learning and Growing as a Poet, With Allen Ginsberg for a Guide: A Eulogy for Allen Ginsberg. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. 20 April 1997.