Essays and articles
Sleep, Moral Agency, and Narrative Control in A Midsummer Night’s Dream," in Forming Sleep, eds. Nancy Simpson-Younger and Margaret Simon. Penn State University Press, 2020.
"Explaining John: Digression is the Better Part of Valor," Spenser Review, January 2014.
"In Memoriam: John Hollander," Literary Matters 6.3 (Fall 2013): 15.
"Milton's Sonnets and the Sonnet Tradition," Approaches to Teaching Milton's Shorter Poems and Prose, ed. Peter C. Herman (New York: Modern Language Association, 2007), pp. 80-88.
"Murdering Sleep in Macbeth: The Mental World of the Protagonist," Shakespeare International Yearbook (2005): 181-188.
"'Your Actions are My Dreams': Sleepy Minds in Shakespeare's Last Plays."
Shakespeare Studies 31 (2003): 180-204.
"'Honorable Visions' in the Eighteenth-Century English Lyric." The Dream
and the Enlightenment: International Eighteenth-Century Studies 7, ed. Bernard Dieterle and Manfred Engel (Paris: Honoré Champion, 2002), pp. 277-88.
"Introduction" and "Audible Ecphrasis" in Never Again Would Birds' Song Be the Same, ed. Jennifer Lewin. University Press of New England, 2002.
"Poetry and the New Criticism." A Companion to Twentieth-Century Poetry in English, ed. Neil Roberts (Cambridge: Blackwell, 2001), pp. 147-62. Co-written with Stephanie Burt.
"The Janus-Face of Early Modern Literary Studies: Negotiating the Boundaries of Interactivity in an Electronic Journal for the Humanities,” with Paul Dyck, Ray Siemens, and Joanne Woolway Grenfell. Text Technology 9.2 (1999): 45-62.
Never Again Would Birdsong Be the Same: New Essays on Early Modern and Modern Poetry in Honor of John Hollander. Editor and contributor. UPNE, 2002.