Work Available Online

“The Invention of the Interstate System” (at Poetry Magazine)
“Waiting on Forty-Five (A Ghazal)” (at The Common)
“Then a Wild Dedication” (Poem of the Week at The Missouri Review)
“Anemone” (at Bennington Review)
“Assist” (at Prairie Schooner)
Oolite Lunch” (at Alaska Quarterly Review)
“Experiments in Object Permanence,” “Imago Mundi,” and “The First Recording of the Human Voice” (at DIAGRAM)
“Sublet, Pay-Later System” (at Subtropics)
“Temporary Apartment”
and “My Grandmother’s Mouth, Postpartum” (at Memorious)
“Double Negative” and “California Drought”
(Connotation Press)
“Washington, DC”
(at Verse Daily)
“Swallow” (at Oxford American)
“Morphine” (at Slate)
“The Leach Pond” (at TriQuarterly)
“The Pass” and “Layover at the Airport in Detroit” (with audio at The Cortland Review)
“Mysticism in the Dark” (at Verse Daily)
“Curtain” and “Adaptation” (audio at the Stanford Storytelling Project’s “Off the Page”)

“Dark Coat: On Adam Zagajewski” by Tomasz Różycki (at LA Review of Books Quarterly Journal)
“Yesterday I Saw a Dog at the Tideline” by Krystyna Dąbrowska (at TheYale Review)
“A Room” and “Wild Strawberries” by Tomasz Różycki (Plume)
“Star Vehicle: On Translating Poetry”
by Tomasz Różycki (at LA Review of Books)
“Phantom” by Tomasz Różycki (at Guernica)
“Dark Coat: On Adam Zagajewski” by Tomasz Różycki (at LA Review of Books Quarterly Journal)
Online Exclusive: Three Poems by Tomasz Różycki (Two Lines)
“Third Planet” by Tomasz Różycki (The Kenyon Review)
Three Poems by Krystyna Dąbrowska (The Arkansas International)
Four Poems by Tomasz Różycki(Asymptote)
“Judith by Krystyna Dąbrowska (The Literary Review)
“Essential Features” and “There Is No Answer” by Tomasz Różycki (at Tupelo Quarterly)
“Wind” by Tomasz Różycki (Cagibi)
Web Exclusive: Poetry by Krystyna Dąbrowska (The Brooklyn Rail)
Five Poems by Tomasz Różycki (at Waxwing)
Four Poems by Tomasz Różycki (at World Literature Today)
“Ants and Sharks” by Tomasz Różycki (at Academy of American Poets)
“Scorched Maps” by Tomasz Różycki and “Guest Post: Tomasz Różycki on ‘Scorched Maps’” (at PEN America)
Nine Poems by Tomasz Różycki (at Trafika Europe)
“Totems and Beads,” “Firewater,” and “A Crossing” by Tomasz Różycki (at AGNI Online)
“A Letter to A Young Poet” by Paweł Huelle (at Words Without Borders)
Three poems by Tomasz Różycki (at Words Without Borders)
Four Poems by Tomasz Różycki (at Unsplendid)
“Cinnamon and Cloves”
by Tomasz Różycki(at Little Star)
“Creoles, Mestizos,” “Missionaries and Savages,” and “Totems and Beads” by Tomasz Różycki (at PEN American Center)

Videos & Podcasts:
“Coffee and Cigarettes,” a video about the Griffin Prize Nomination

Reading with Tomasz Różycki at the 92nd St. Y
Reading with Maggie Anderson at Kent State University
“Sea Anemone” and “Still Life with Stump & Skull,” Sounds of the Sandwich Kingdom, Vol. 2
Emerging Translators Mentorship Reading 2019, American Literary Translator’s Association
Emerging Translators Mentorship Reading 2018, American Literary Translator’s Association

“A Conversation with Tomasz Różycki” (Music & Literature)
National Post, The Griffin Prize Q&A
“Every Poet Has to Be Lonely”: A Conversation with Tomasz Różycki and His Translators, World Literature Today
Poet to Poet: An Interview with Mira Rosenthal, Center for the Art of Translation
Feature Interview: Mira Rosenthal, Subtropics Magazine
“Strange Orchestrations: Mira Rosenthal and the Translation of Silence”(at Jacket 2)
Profile in New Times

Reviews & Articles:
“Voicing a Voice: Forty-nine questions about power, originality, performance, and what we mean when we talk about the translator’s voice in the translated text” (Kenyon Review)
“Getting Drunk in the Toolshed, or What I Do When I Translate” (at Waxwing)
“Choosing Not Choosing” (at Mentor & Muse: Essays from Poets to Poets)
“Friendships Between Ghosts” (PDF from American Poetry Review)
“Why Poets Translate” (PDF from American Poetry Review)
“On Translation and Temperament” (PDF from American Poetry Review)
“Writing Is Translation Is Writing” (PDF from American Poetry Review)
“The Languor and Airy Tenderness of Patrizia Cavalli’s My Poems Won’t Change the World” (at Kenyon Review Online)
“The Voice Under the Voice of Every Casual Word: Tom Sleigh’s Army Cats” (at Kenyon Review Online)
“Alice Oswald’s Memorial and the Reinvention of Translation” (at Kenyon Review Online)