Selected Essays

“Undocumented Poets and Writers Are Vital to the Struggle for Migrant Justice,” The Nation | “Nepantla & Gloria Anzaldua’s Queer of Color Legacy,” The Millions | “The Story of How Ren Hang’s Beautiful Poems are Being Given New Life,” Dazed | “Queer Black Poets Since the Harlem Renaissance,” Lithub | “Defining a Punk Literary Aesthetic,” Poetry Foundation | “A College Education Doesn’t Offer A Leg Up If Everything Else Is Stacked Against You,” The Guardian

Selected Reviews of Other Poets

“New and Selected Poems of Cecilia Vicuña,” Harvard Review | “Mucus in my Pineal Gland by Juliana Huxtable,” Lambda Literary | “There Are More Beautiful Things Than Beyoncé by Morgan Parker,” The Nation | “Voyage of the Sable Venus by Robin Coste Lewis,” Lambda Literary | “Seam by Tarfia Faizullah,” Poetry Society of America (Micro-Review)

Selected Reviews By

“Nepantla: An Anthology for Queer Poets of Color,” Publishers Weekly | “A New Anthology Amplifies the Voices of Queer Poets of Color,” Hyperallergic | “A Kind of Communal History: Nepantla Edited by Christopher Soto,” The Rumpus | “Best Poetry of 2018,” Bookriot | “The Top 10 Queer Books of 2018,” Them | “Review: Sad Girl Poems by Christopher Soto,” Ploughshares | “Dissonance [3]: Christopher Soto’s Sad Girl Poems,” Anomaly | “Sad Girl Poems by Christopher Soto” Muzzle Magazine | “Queer Pessimism & the Hatred of Happiness: Christopher Soto’s Sad Girl Poems,” Entropy Magazine

Selected Interviews Conducted

“Jos Charles on Poetry, Alternate Timelines, and the Entertainment Industry,” Lambda Literary | “The Rumpus Mini-Interview Project #130: Kaveh Akbar,” The Rumpus | “Nicole Sealey: On Being Inspired by the NYC Ball Scene and Empathy,” Lambda Literary | “Ocean Vuong in Conversation with Christopher Soto,” Lambda Literary | “Brenda Shaughnessy in Conversation with Christopher Soto,” Lambda Literary | “Interview: TC Tolbert,” The Volta | “Interview with Alex Dimitrov,” Poetry Society of America

Selected Interviews By

“‘Queer Poets of Color’ Is a History-Making Anthology,” Chicago Review of Books | “Becoming Poet: Christopher Soto,” Palette Poetry | “The Implications of a Preposition: An Interview with Christopher Soto,” Entropy | “A Conversation with Christopher Soto,” Poetry Society of America | “Nepantla: An Anthology (Q&A with Editor Christopher Soto),” Kenyon Review | “Dear Reader: A Q&A with Christopher Soto,” Tinhouse | “Poet of the Week: Christopher Soto,” Brooklyn Poets | “An Interview: Christopher Soto (aka Loma),” Letras Latinas | “VIDA Reads with Writers — Christopher Soto!” VidaWeb | “Christopher Soto: Silence Has Repercussions,” Vinyl Poetry | “Editor Chats: Peter LaBerge & Christopher Soto,” The Adroit Journal


“Writers for Migrant Justice Brought Poetry and Protest Together,” VICE i-D | “More Than 40 Cities Are Hosting Protest Readings for Migrant Justice Tomorrow Night,” Lithub | “Writers for Migrant Justice,” Poets & Writers | “A Very Serious Roundup of Race-Focused Books Coming Out This Spring,” Colorlines | “Poets Plan Trump Tower Vigil To Protest Potential NEA Cuts,” Huffington Post | “Poets to Hold Vigil for the NEA at Trump Tower,” Publishers Weekly | “20 People Picked Outfits Inspired By Frida Kahlo and This Is What Happened,” Buzzfeed | “Retratos de la Generación Latinx,” Univision | “30 Poets You Should Be Reading,” Lithub | “The Book Report: Christopher Soto aka Loma,” PEN | “10 Up & Coming Latinx Poets You Need to Know,” Remezcla | “Undocupoets Organizers Are Making Headway,” Poetry Foundation | “Being Literary Together,” Kenyon Review | “Rethinking Poetic Citizenship,” Poets & Writers