Writing in Time: The Master Hours of Emily Dickinson. Amherst: Amherst College Press, 2021. 
Emily Dickinson: The Gorgeous Nothings, with Jen Bervin. New York: Granary Books, 2012; New York: New Directions, 2013. 
Emily Dickinson’s Open Folios: Scenes of Reading, Surfaces of Writing. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1995.

Digital Humanities Projects

Dickinson’s Birds: A Listening Machine, 2024. 
Radical Scatters: An Electronic Archive of Emily Dickinson’s Late Fragments and Related Texts, 1870-1886. 2007.

Articles & Other Works, 2014–2024: selected

“Unsilent Springs: Dearchivizing the Data Choirs of Dickinson’s Time-Shifted Birds,” in The Future of Digital Editing. Eds. Matt Cohen, et al. University of Minnesota Press, 2024, forthcoming 
“Ghost Flowers: A Conversation with Amanda Marchand and Leah Sobsey,” The Emily Dickinson Journal (2023), 32.2: 99–129.
“The Material and Editorial Condition of Dickinson’s ‘Master’ Documents,” in The Oxford Handbook of Emily Dickinson. Eds. Cristanne Miller and Karen Sánchez-Eppler, 235–54. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2022. 
“Sparrow Data: Dickinson’s Birds in the Skies of the Anthropocene,” The Emily Dickinson Journal (2021), 30.1: 46–89.
“‘In cabinets – be shown –’: The Textual Scholar as Curator Not Editor,” Ecdotica (2019), 16: 63–85.
“The Weather (of) Documents,” English Studies Quarterly (2016), 62.3: 480–529.
“Elsewhere: On Reading Cordelia Stanwood’s Bird Notebooks in the 21st Century,” ELH (2015), 82.4: 1267–1295.
“The Emily Dickinson Series. A Correspondence: Janet Malcolm & Marta Werner,” Granta Magazine (2014), 126: 128–35. 

Films + Exhibitions

Up to Astonishment: An exploration of Dickinson’s work with film-maker Benita Raphan, poet Susan Howe, and scholar Marta Werner @ 2020. Featured scholar.
My Letter to the World, a documentary about Emily Dickinson, directed by Sol Papadopoulos, Hurricane Films, Liverpool, UK, @ 2017. Featured scholar.
“Forever is Composed of Now –,” The Poetry Foundation, Chicago, IL, @ 2013. Featured scholar /voice-over commentary on Emily Dickinson. 

Selected Academic Prizes 

2023: The Richard J. Finneran Prize, Society for Textual Scholarship, for Writing in Time: Emily Dickinson’s Master Hours. 
2013: Textual Cultures Prize, for “Reportless Places: Facing the Modern Manuscript,” Textual Cultures, 6.2: 60–83.
2011: Textual Cultures Prize, for “Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan: Writing Otherwise,” Textual Cultures, 5.1: 1–45.
2001: Jo Ann Boydson Essay Prize, Association for Documentary Editing, for an Essay Review of R. W. Franklin’s The Poems of Emily Dickinson, in TEXT, 12: 255–63.
1999: Fredson Bowers Prize, Society for Textual Scholarship, for “‘Most Arrows’”: Autonomy and Intertextuality in Emily Dickinson’s Late Fragments,” in TEXT, 10: 41–74.