“‘Balagan is theater too’: Performance and Accessibility in Daniil Kharms and Vsevolod Nekrasov,” (forthcoming, Russian Review, January 2019).
“‘The Dictionary as a Toy Collection’: Interactions between the Childlike Avant-Garde Aesthetic and Soviet Children’s Literature,” in Olga Voronina, ed., The Brill Companion to Soviet Children’s Literature and Film (2018).
“Between Summer and Winter: Late Soviet Children's Literature and Unofficial Poetry,” in Russian Literature 96, Special Issue on “Culture of (Non-) Conformity” (May-June 2018).
“‘For some reason I really want to go to Leningrad”: The Petersburg Text in Vsevolod Nekrasov’s ‘Leningrad Poems’” (SEEJ 61.4, Winter 2018).
Permanent Evolution: The Collected Theoretical Works of Yuri Tynianov (ed. and trans., with Philip Redko) (Academic Studies Press, forthcoming Fall 2018)
Andrey Egunov-Nikolev, Beyond Tula: A Soviet Pastoral (Academic Studies Press, forthcoming Fall 2018)
Linor Goralik, FOUND LIFE: Poems, Stories, Comics, a Play, and an Interview (co-edited, with Maria Vassileva and Maya Vinokour) (Columbia University Press, 2017)
Igor Kholin, Kholin 66: Diaries and Poems, translated with Bela Shayevich (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2017)
Andrei Sen-Senkov, Anatomical Theater, translated with Peter Golub, Zephyr Press (2014)
Vsevolod Nekrasov, I Live I See: The Collected Poetry of Vsevolod Nekrasov, translated with Bela Shayevich, Ugly Duckling Presse (2013)