Interviews, Fiction, and Other Publications

Interview with Paul Ennis on Another Heidegger Blog. Available here.

Interview with Brent Vizeau on Major Philosophy. Available here.

Interviewed for Mark Fisher’s “Mind Games” in Dazed and Confused. Available here.

“Ichor Whorl” Short Fiction Piece for The Thackery T. Lambshead Cabinet of Curiosities: Exhibits, Oddities, Images, and Stories from Top Authors and Artists, (Jul 2011, ed. Ann VanderMeer, Jeff VanderMeer,

Review of Slime Dynamics at HTML Giant

Woodard, Benjamin, “Fungal Warmachines,” Excerpts from Slime Dynamics and On an Ungrounded Earth in The American Book Review, v. 33, n6, ed. Keith Leslie Johnson, September/October, 2012

Excerpt from On an Ungrounded Earth, for Hollow Earths ed. Emilija Skarnulyte and Tanya Busse

Interview with Huffington Post on True Detective

Interview for #Art Offline

One of several interviewed for ICI Performance about PAF.

Interview with CLOT Magazine.

Teaching, Research, and Organizational Positions

Program Coordinator for the 2nd Annual Meeting of the North American Schelling Society, London, ON, 2013

Co-Organizer (with Ed Keller) of Post-Planetary Capital, Center for Transformative Media, New School, NYC, March 24, 2014

Editor for Chiasma, 2013-Present

Former Seminar Leader at The New Centre

Courses Taught:

(with Pete Wolfendale) Introduction to German Idealism for The New Centre in Research and Practice.

(with Tony Yanick) Fictional Worlds/Possible Futures for The New Centre in Research and Practice.


Is Philosophy Fiction?: Dilemmas, Riddles, and Paradoxes at IPK at Leuphana University.

Haunted by Kant as part of Night Lessons at PAF.

Chronomaniac: Time and Horror Film at IPK at Leuphana University.

Realism, Materialism, Speculation: Contemporary Philosophy at IPK at Leuphana University.

The Dynamic Model of Nature as part of Night Lessons at PAF.


Let the World Burn: Pessimism and Nihilism

Worn-Out World: Narrative, Memory, and Nostalgia

Contact: Colonialism and Science Fiction


EcoCultures: Ecology and Cultural Studies

Thinking and Feeling (James, Bradley, Sellars)

Maps and Territories: On the Aesthetics of Representation

The Emergence of Biology and the Problem of Life

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