With Boško Blagojević, I run Platform for Pedagogy, a website and weekly newsletter that publicizes lectures, panels, and free or inexpensive cultural events around New York City. 

I was the principal editor of Should I Go to Grad School?  a collection featuring essays and interviews with forty-one writers, academics, artists, and others about the decision to pursue — or avoid — graduate school. The book was published by Bloomsbury on May 6, 2014. 
 

Here are a few excerpts:

Stephen Burt in Slate
Nikil Saval in Medium
My interview with Sheila Heti on the New Yorker's website
 

And some press:

Inside Higher Ed
Bookforum 
The Billfold
Also, I talked about the book on the Brian Lehrer Show with contributors David Levine and Michelle Orange. 


In 2016, I edited An Auteurist History of Film by Charles Silver, a film archivist at the Museum of Modern Art. The book was based off of Charles's exhibition by that name, which ran from 2009 to 2014. It was published by MoMA in June 2016.