© 2018 by Brian Michael Murphy

 writing

"Downtime" and "Dead, for the Second Time," JuxtaProse, Spring 2019

http://www.juxtaprosemagazine.org/two-poems-by-brian-michael-murphy/

"Of Weapons," Mississippi Review (forthcoming)

KR Conversations Interview, Kenyon Review Online, October 2018

https://www.kenyonreview.org/conversation/brian-michael-murphy/

 

"The Memory of Teeth," Kenyon Review, Sept/Oct 2018

https://www.kenyonreview.org/journal/septoct-2018/selections/brian-michael-murphy/

 

"Plaster of Paris," Narrative, June 2018, *Poem of the Week

http://www.narrativemagazine.com/issues/poems-week-2017-2018/poem-week/plaster-paris-brian-michael-murphy

“Love, A Hungry Gun,” Waxwing, October 2017

http://waxwingmag.org/items/issue13/16_Murphy-Love-a-Hungry-Gun.php

 

“Charlottesville Fabulous,” Kenyon Review Blog, August 23, 2017

https://www.kenyonreview.org/2017/08/charlottesville-fabulous/

 

“Touchscreen Headstone: Speculations on the Digital Afterlife,” Kenyon Review Blog, June 5, 2017

https://www.kenyonreview.org/2017/06/touchscreen-headstone-speculations-on-the-digital-afterlife/

 

“Retirement for Ghosts,” Kweli Journal, October 2016

http://www.kwelijournal.org/poetry-1/2016/11/14/retirement-for-ghosts-by-brian-michael-murphy

 

“L’immagine digitale nel bunker,” Italian translation of “Bomb-proofing the Digital Image: An Archaeology of Media Preservation Infrastructure,” Ácoma: Rivista internationazionale di Studi Nordamericani, Issue on Archivi: storie, teorie, pratiche. Translated by Erminio Corti. Spring/Summer 2016

http://acoma.it/content/archivi-storie-teorie-pratiche

                                   

“Bipolaria,” Queen Mob’s Tea House. Special Issue: New Planets :: New Worlds, edited by Rosebud Ben-Oni. May 2016

http://queenmobs.com/2016/05/brian-michael-murphy/

 

“Bomb-proofing the Digital Image: An Archaeology of Media Preservation Infrastructure,” invited article for peer-reviewed journal Media-N, special issue on “Art & Networks: Revealing, Critiquing and Composing Global Infrastructures--Part I: Hardware,” Edited by Meredith Hoy and Kris Paulsen, Spring 2014

http://median.newmediacaucus.org/art-infrastructures-hardware/bomb-proofing-the-digital-image-an-archaeology-of-media-preservation-infrastructure/

 

“Plexiform Neurofibromas,” CHEST: Official Publication of the American College of Chest Physicians, Vol 144, No. 2, August 2013

http://journal.chestnet.org/article/S0012-3692(13)60553-X/abstract

                       

“Why The Klan Branded a White Pastor,” Kenyon Review Blog, March 8, 2016

https://www.kenyonreview.org/2016/03/62886/

 

“Kanye West’s New Slave Daguerreotypes,” Kenyon Review Blog, January 31, 2016

https://www.kenyonreview.org/2016/01/apologia-for-kanye-new-slave-daguerreotypes/

 

Before becoming a professor, I co-produced and released to two hip hop albums, Black Fire and Manifest Destiny. I’ve been fortunate to share the stage and collaborate with a number of amazing musicians, including Johnny Kengla, Seth Earnest, Manny Quintero, Mark Stepro, Blueprint, Zero Star, K81, and Dav Julca and Johnny “Echo” Julca (now known as XAXO), not to mention my favorite DJ in the entire galaxy, DJ Pos2! Click the images below to listen.