I work on twentieth and twenty-first century literature. I'm interested in the various figures and institutions that give rise to contemporary literature: MFA programs, literary agents, little magazines, publishing houses, fellowships, and writing retreats. In my research, I mix computational methods with traditional literary critical methods to analyze large swathes of cultural and literary production.
Before coming to Columbia, I received a BA and an MA from McGill University. My work is supported by a Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada Doctoral Fellowship. My writing has appeared in or is forthcoming from the Oxonian Review, the LA Review of Books, Public Books, and the Drift.