"Bernardo" and "Vall de Núria" (originally published in the literary review)
"Measure for Measure" (originally published in The New Yorker)
"Boys" (originally published in The New Republic)
"The Beatitudes of Malibu" (originally published in Poetry Magazine)
"Little Song" (originally published in Poetry Magazine)
"Kingdom Come" (originally published in The Paris Review)
"The Odyssey, Book 11: ll. 538-556" (originally published as the Poem of the Day of the Academy of American Poets website)
"To an old friend in paris", "lucas and mark" and "the primum mobile" [in english and spanish] (originally published in The Buenos aires review)
"As Though we have nothing else to rely on" (Kenyon Review)
"From the Ground Up: A Poet's Ode to the City by Foot" (WWW.thirteen.org)
1776 (ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN GREY MAGAZINE)
After Catalonia's Vote, An 'Homage' to George Orwell: NPR, All Things Considered
On July 4, A Celebration of Walt Whitman's Irreverent Hymnal: NPR, All Things Considered
"The Rumpus Poetry Book Club Chat with Rowan Ricardo Phillips."
The Rumpus. 10 July 2012.
"Interview: Rowan Ricardo Phillips."
Granta Online, 11 June 2012.
"Q&A: Rowan Ricardo Phillips with FSG Poet Lawrence Joseph."
Work in Progress, Farrar, Straus, and Giroux Website. 7 June 2012.
****REVIEWS OF THE GROUND****
"Song of Himself." [Commonweal Magazine]
"Poetry Chronicle." [New York Times]
"Treading nimbly: The poems of Rowan Ricardo Phillips." [New York Daily News]
The Ground. [Publishers Weekly]
"Rowan Ricardo Phillips: The Revenge of Unfinished Modernism." [The Project on the History of Black Writing]