Journal Articles
“Oriental Cities, Postmodern Futures: Naked Lunch, Blade Runner, and Neuromancer.” MELUS 33.4 (Winter 2008): 45-73.
“Traveling Genres and the Failure of Asian American Short Fiction.”  Genre 39.4: 23-41.
“‘The Hand of a Chinese Master’: José Garcia Villa and Modernist Orientalism.” MELUS 29.1 (Spring 2004): 41-59.
“Form and Identity in Language Poetry and Asian American Poetry.”  Contemporary Literature 41.3 (Fall 2000): 422-61.
Book Articles
“Asian/American Modernisms: José Garcia Villa’s Transnational Poetics.” Pinoy Poetics. Ed. Nick Carbó.  San Francisco: Meritage Press, 2004.  343-67.
Essays and Reviews
Review of Yunte Huang, Transpacific Imaginations: History, Literature, Counterpoetics.  CLIO 38.2, forthcoming.
Review of Josephine Nock-Hee Park, Apparitions of Asia: Modernist Form and Asian American Poetics.  MELUS 33.4 (Winter 2008): 219-23.
Review of Edward Marx, The Idea of a Colony: Cross-Culturalism in Modern Poetry.  Modern Philology 105.4 (May 2008): 749-52.
Review of Reading Chinese Transnationalisms: Society, Literature, Film, ed. Maria N. Ng and Philip Holden.  University of Toronto Quarterly 77.1 (Winter 2008): 430-1.
Review of Culture, Identity, Commodity: Disaporic Chinese Literatures in English, ed. Tseen Khoo and Kam Louie.  University of Toronto Quarterly 76.1 (Winter 2007): 621-2.
Review of Pauline Butling and Susan Rudy, Writing in Our Time: Canada’s Radical Poetries in English (1957-2003).  University of Toronto Quarterly 76.1 (Winter 2007): 605-7.
Review of Asian American Poetry: The Next Generation, ed. Victoria Chang.  Chicago Review 51.4-52.1 (Spring 2006): 222-230.
Review of Ray Hsu, Anthropy.  idea&s: the arts & science review 2.2 (Autumn 2005): 63.
“How to Write a Chinese Poem.”  Meanjin 63.2 (2004): 73-9.
“Poet in the House of Frankenstein.”  Review of John Yau, Borrowed Love Poems.  Free Verse 3 (Winter 2003).
Journey to the West. Winner of the Vincent Chin Memorial Chapbook Prize from Kundiman. Barrow Street, Winter 2006.
Postcard Poems: Tim Yu and Cassie Lewis. Poetry Espresso, 2003.
Immersion. Cambridge, MA: Peerless Publishing, 1995.
Journals and Anthologies
“Love Poem,” “Portrait,” “Automatic,” “Eden.” Video of reading. In Rabbit Light Movies 8.
“Love Poem.” In SHAMPOO 33.
“Asian American Poem #5” and “Asian American Poem #6.” In Abraham Lincoln 2.
“Elephant & Castle [12]” and “I’m Pretty Sure Bison Art.” The City Visible: Chicago Poetry for the New Century. Ed. Raymond Bianchi and William Allegrezza. Chicago: Cracked Slab, 2008. 191-3.
"Poem: To Americans Abroad." The Aubergine Anthology. Ed. Joshua Corey. Ithaca: 2004. 32.
Long Nose Pinnochio Bitch. With Jonathan Mayhew, K. Silem Mohammad, and Stephanie Young. Oakland: Inappropriate Press, 2003.
"Journal of Capt. S.," "Aphorisms," "Risk Theory," "PR3562.L34 1973," "TD763.N37 1976," "If Kite, Flame." In Interlope 9 (August 2003), 3-12.
Selection from tympan [April 19, 2003 entry, on Lorine Niedecker]. In The Poetry Project Newsletter 195 (June-Sept. 2003), 10-11.
"Whatever You Want Is What You Want: 21 Responses for Jim Behrle." In Popular Mechanics, ed. Jim Behrle.
"Pembrokeshire." In Postcard Poems, ed. Angela Gardner. Poetry Espresso, May 2002.
Featured Poet, Poetry Espresso discussion group, April 2002.
"AC899.A52 P c.1," "Conversation Poem (unauthorized)," and "AC899 A52P."  In Mirage #4/Period(ical) #99, March 2002.
"Eden."   In SHAMPOO 8.
"Kerouac in Chinatown." In Asian Pacific American Journal 8.1 (Summer 1999).
"Asian American Poem #3 (Egg)." In Asian Pacific American Journal 7.1 (Spring/Summer 1998).