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I provide free initial consultation to help identify the parameters of your project. Whether you have a specific job on the horizon or just want to improve the way you do business, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Email me at daniel [at]

P.S. This is also the right email for all things related to poetry, translations, and book reviews.



If you’d like to get in touch about a submission to The Critical Flame, I would love to hear from you at info [at]

For all business related to my role as an elected Trustee of the Watertown Free Public Library, write to dpritchard [at]




Renga for Obama (contributor), edited by Major Jackson
published by Harvard Review, March 2018

Poems and Translations

Translations of four poems by Antonio Machado
EuropeNow Journal (February 2018)

Translations of three poems by Castillo Olivera
SpoKe: a poetry annual (2017)

Contribution to “Renga for Obama”
Harvard Review Online (April 30, 2017)

“Trump Rally, March 2016”
Missouri Review website (March 2017)

Translations of four poems by Antonio Machado
Harvard Review’s Omniglot (December 2016)

Translations of “Miscarriage, 1943 (Limbo)” from the Irish by Derry O’Sullivan
and of “An Egret” from the Irish by Simon Ó Faoláin
Salamander Magazine, Issue 43 (Winter 2016)

“North of No Destination” and “Bicornuate”
Slush Pile Magazine, Issue 20 (November 2016)

“Mississippi Gottdam”
an ekphrastic poem after Mark Bradford
Public Pool (August 2016)

“Sometimes Desert, Sometimes Water”
published anonymously to support Louisiana flood relief
Public Pool (August 2016)

“Apiculture; or, Merope’s Sketchbook”
Prodigal, Issue Two (Spring 2016)

“Observation, Speciation, Control”
The Philadelphia Review of Books (2015)

Translations of four poems by Antonio Machado
The Buenos Aires Review (2013)

“At Dawn: Eurydice”
The Battersea Review, Vol 1, Issue 2 (Winter 2013)

Little Star, Issue 2 (2011)

Reviews, Essays, and Interviews 

Archive of contributions to The Critical Flame (2009–current)

“The brilliance of the cut”
a review of Víctor Rodríguez Núñez’s tasks
The Anomaly blog (November 27, 2017)

“In the Mother Tongue”
a review of Susan Barba’s Fair Sun
Kenyon Review online (October 27, 2017)

“Becoming the River”
a review of Martín Espada’s Vivas to Those Who Have Failed
Los Angeles Review of Books (April 4, 2017)

“A Face to Meet the Faces that We Meet”
a review of the first three volumes in The Face series
The Quarterly Conversation, Issue 45 (Fall 2016)

“A phenomenology of ignorance: Keith Waldrop’s Selected Poems
an essay on Waldrop’s volume of selected poems
Drunken Boat blog (June 2016)

“MAGPIETY: An Interview with Melissa Green”
an interview with the Boston-based poet
Woodberry Poetry Room blog (November 2015)

“In exhaustion lives discovery”
a review of Stephen Sturgeon’s The Ship
The Battersea Review 
(Fall 2015)

“Review of Baboon, by Naja Marie Aidt”
Rain Taxi Review of Books, Volume 20, No. 2 (Summer 2015)

“Make Poetry An Angry Rifle”
on NO INFINITE, Boston’s zine of poetry and radical politics
Woodberry Poetry Room blog (March 2015)

“Small Press Roundup: Saturnalia Books”
reviews of Tanya Larkin, Catherine Pierce, Debora Kuan, and Michael Robins
Zoland Poetry Review (2012)

“Post-Literacy or Super-Literacy?”
a review of Attack of the Copula Spiders, by Douglass Glover
The Quarterly Conversation (June 2012)

Tun-Huang by Yasushi Inoue”
a review of Tun-Huang, by Yasushi Inoue
The Quarterly Conversation (January 2011)

“Lectures from the Argentine Master”
a review of Seven Nights, by Jorge Luis Borges
The Quarterly Conversation (February 2010)

Articles, Interviews, Op/Eds, Etc.

Interview with David Mindell
on the human dimension of technological innovation
MIT-SHASS website (2017)

Interviewed by Matthew Jakubowski
part of his series, “What is a critic’s role?”
Necessary Fiction (2016)

“The Well-Versed Institute: Poetry at MIT”
a feature article on the history of poetry at MIT
MIT-SHASS website (2016)

“Designing virtual identities for empowerment and social change”
on research by media theorist / computer scientist D. Fox Harrell
MIT-SHASS website (2015)

“Donca Steriade: Searching for the building blocks of language”
a profile of new linguistics research by a member of the MIT-SHASS faculty
MIT-SHASS website (2015)

“T woes raise worries about Olympic travel”
an interview about the MBTA and the Olympic bid
The Boston Globe (February 2015)

Literary Landscapes interview
Last Light Studios (2012)

CSPAN  |  introducing Eliot Spitzer

Interview with Mark Athitakis
Critical Mass, National Book Critics’ Circle blog (2010)

Interview with Anna Clark
Isak blog (2010)

“Little Publisher Hits the Big Time”
on Godine and J.M.G. Le Clezio’s Nobel Prize
The Millions (2008)