“River to River” at Poem-a-Day
“Osprey” at New Yorker
“My Mother Says the Syrian Refugees Look Like Tourists” at New England Review
“Are Those F-16’s?” at New England Review
“A Brief History of Reenactment” at New Yorker
“Watching World War Z” at Prelude
“Self-Portrait with New Weapons Systems” at NOO Journal
Three poems by Phan Nhiên Hạo at Mekong Review
Two poems by Phan Nhiên Hạo at Sink
“To a Skull” by Chế Lan Viên at Asymptote
Six poems by Phan Nhiên Hạo at Brooklyn Rail InTranslation
Three poems by Phan Nhiên Hạo at Waxwing
Four poems by Phan Nhiên Hạo at Cerise Press
Two poems by Nguyễn Quốc Chánh at Asymptote
“Nothing to See Here” at The Fabulist
“Sleeping with Poetry” at poetryfoundation.org
"Refugee in the Vietnam Archive" at poetryfoundation.org
"North & South" at poetryfoundation.org
#PoemResearch: Notes on Researching as a Poet" at poetryfoundation.org
"Spring Offensive: In Search of Chế Lan Viên" at poetryfoundation.org
On new Vietnamese poetry at Asymptote
Reading “River to River” for Poem-a-Day, Academy of American Poets.
Reading “My Father’s Norton Introduction to Literature, Third Edition (1981)” at Poetry Magazine Short Takes.
“My Father’s Norton” featured in the November 2015 Poetry Magazine Podcast “Beauty. Beauty. Beauty.”
Reading “A Brief History of Reenactment” for New Yorker.
Reading and discussing “At the Vietnam Archive and Center” for PoetryNow podcast.