Publications

2017

“It Was Like Nothing Else in My Life Up to Now”

Haunted by Waters: The Future of Memory and the Red River Flood of 1997, ed. David Haeselin (Grand Forks: The Digital Press of the University of North Dakota, 2017), 167-182.

**Reprinted by Longreads: “It Was Like Nothing Else in My Life Up to Now”

“A Shot in the Arm”

Longreads, February 9, 2017

2016

“By Any Other Name: The Case for Literary Journalism”

Literary Journalism Studies, vol.7, no.2 (Fall 2015)

2015

“How Can I Tell Them There’s Nothing Left? Review of The Last Love Song: A Biography of Joan Didion

Washington Post, August 28, 2015

“Annotation Tuesday! Literary Journalism in America Syllabus”

Nieman Storyboard, August 25, 2015

“Spiritually Midwestern: What Middle America Meant to David Foster Wallace”

Just Words A24 Films “The End of the Tour”

2013

“‘Just People’ are Just People: Langston Hughes and the Populist Power of African American Literary Journalism” **

Literary Journalism Studies, vol.5, no.2. (Fall 2013) SPECIAL ISSUE: African American Literary Journalism

**Winner: Best Article 2013, Literary Journalism Studies

The Fine Print: Uncovering the True Story of David Foster Wallace and the “Reality Boundary” **

Literary Journalism Studies, vol.5, no.2 (Fall 2013)

**Reprinted by Longreads: “David Foster Wallace and the Nature of Fact”

**Longreads Best of 2014: 10 Most Popular Exclusives of the Year

“Why’s This So Good?” No.87: Hunter S. Thompson and the Kentucky Derby

Nieman Storyboard, November 12, 2013

2012

“Getting Away From It All: The Literary Journalism of David Foster Wallace and Nietzsche’s Concept of Oblivion”

The Legacy of David Foster Wallace, eds. Samuel Cohen & Lee Konstantinou (Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2012) 25-52.

2009

“Getting Away From It All: The Literary Journalism of David Foster Wallace and Nietzsche’s Concept of Oblivion”

Literary Journalism Studies, vol.1, no.2 (Fall 2009), 89-105.

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