++ ESSAY & REVIEW

+ Degeneration Nation. Lapham’s Quarterly. Forthcoming.

+ Mankind, Unite! Lapham’s Quarterly. 13 May 2019.

+ Celery Juice and Skinned Rats: A Brief History of Medical Mediums. Los Angeles Review of Books Quarterly. Occult Issue. April 2019.

+ The 4-Hour Fascist The Baffler. 15 February 2019.

+ Preliminary Notes on a Possible Antecedent. Jonestown Report. October 2018.

+ After the Facts. Los Angeles Review of Books. 11 May 2017.

Better Now? The Point. No. 11. Winter 2016.

Timber! Cabinet 57. Spring 2015. 

The Divine Inspiration of Jim JonesThe Believer. March/April 2015.

+ Rev. of Paulo Scott's "Nowhere People, Times Literary Supplement. 12 December 2014.

The 'System Change' Doctrine. Los Angeles Review of Books. 21 October 2014.

+ In The Time of Cumbia. Times Literary Supplement. 13 June 2014.

Fallout: The Geopolitics of the Snowden Files. Los Angeles Review of Books. 20 April 2014.

The Apple In the Dark at Noon. Music & Literature No. 4. Issue on Clarice Lispector. April 2014.

Disobedience & Miseducation: On Occupy and The Academy. Los Angeles Review of Books. 28 January 2014.

On The Sound of Things Falling by Juan Gabriel Vasquez. The Quarterly Conversation. 2 December 2013. 

Democracy: What is it Good For?: David Graeber & Gar Alperovitz. Los Angeles Review of Books. 14 July 2013.

Fair Warning: Julian Assange's Cypherpunks. Los Angeles Review of Books. 28 April 2013. Reprinted in Salon.

Drone Warfare: Tiqqun, the Young-Girl, and the Imperialism of the Trivial. Los Angeles Review of Books. 30 September 2012.

A Departure From Reason: César Aira's The Miracle Cures of Dr Aira. The Millions. 16 October 2012.

The Brazilian Bird of Prey: Four New Translations of Clarice Lispector. Zyzzyva. 5 June 2012.

 

++ INTERVIEW & MISCELLANY

+ Beatriz Bracher, Interviewed by Nuno Ramos. Introduced & trans. Adam Morris. BOMB. 28 January 2019.

+ In Conversation: Adam Morris. Interview by Jacob Silkstone. Asymptote. 8 August 2018.

+ ‘Eerie Changes in Emotional Timbre.’ Interview by Nathan Scott McNamara. Los Angeles Review of Books blog. 20 May 2017.

+ On Brazilian literature in translation. “Read International.” Guest column. Arkansas International Review. 15 May 2017.

+ Roundtable on João Gilberto Noll. With Tyler Malone, Veronica Esposito, Stefan Tobler, and John Trefry. Lithub. 6 April 2017.

+ Remembering João Gilberto Noll. Words Without Borders. 31 March 2017.

+ Interview with Adam Morris by Daniel Cecil. The Rumpus. 16 November 2016.

+ Adam Morris: Quiet Creature on the Corner. Interview by Eric M. B. Becker. Guernica. 2 June 2016.

+ Quiet Creature on the Corner: An Interview with the Translator. Interview by Katrina Dodson for the Center for the Art of Translation. 9 May 2016.

+ The Hilda Hilst Roundtable. With Sarah Gerard, Nathanaël, John Keene, Alexandra Joy Forman, Rachel Gontijo Araújo, and Stephanie Sauer. 10 April 2014.

+ Spotlight Translator: Adam Morris. Interview by Jacob Silkstone. The Missing Slate. 26 June 2014.

+ Recycling Literary Culture: Interview with Lúcia Rosa. Public Books 18 June 2012.

+ + EDITED VOLUME

Essays on Hilda Hilst: Between Brazil and World LiteratureEd. Morris & Carvalho. Palgrave 2018.

Including “Who’s Afraid of Hilda Hilst?” and “Hilda Hilst, Metaphysician.”

+ + ACADEMIC

+ “Perils, Gold and Yellow.American Communal Societies Quarterly 11.4 (October 2017): 191-218.

+ “The Uses of Nonsense: Antimodernism in Latin American Fiction, 1920-77.” PhD dissertation, Stanford University. 2015.

+ “This Product Made From Post-Consumer Content: Narrative Recycling and New Novelistic Economies." Criticism 57.1 (2015): 1-22.

+ "Fernando Pessoa's Heteronymic Machine." The Luso-Brazilian Review 51.2 (2014).

+ "Whoever, Whatever: On Anonymity As Resistance to Empire." parallax 18.4 (Fall 2012): 106-20.

+ "Micrometanarratives and the Politics of the Possible." CR: The New Centennial Review 11.3 (Winter 2012): 91-117.