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Duffy, Timothy (2017).  “No, this was all first person”: Revisiting Jorie Graham’s Hybrids of Plants and of Ghosts. Empty Mirror.
Michael Andor Brodeur (2012).  ‘Place’ by Jorie Graham . Boston Globe.
Pieczek, Urszula (2013).  Zielnik Jorie Graham („Prześwity”).
Chaberski, Mateusz (2013).  W poszukiwaniu doświadczenia między słowami.
Grubisic, Katia (2012).  Wskazówki jak zbudować arkę.
Biedrzycki, Miłosz, Chruściel, Ewa (2012).  Wiersz jest doświadczeniem pierwotnym.
Sacks, Peter (1996).  What's Happening?. The New York Times.
Lussier, Brandon (2011).  Understanding Jorie Graham. California Journal of Poetics.
Rice, Kylan (2018).  The lateral radical: On Jorie Graham. West Branch.
Erin Lyndal Martin (2017).  The Possible Absence of a Future: Talking With Jorie Graham.
Fan, Kit (2017).  Tremors and Electricity. The Poetry Review. 107(Autumn), 
Bernard, April (2016).  The Dream Behind the Wall of Words. The New York Review of Books. 62(OCTOBER 13), 
Lekarczyk-Cisek, Barbara (2013).  Tajemnicze światy Jorie Graham – o tomiku wierszy Prześwity. Abstract
Jeremy Noel-Tod (2013).  The Taken-Down God: Selected Poems 1997-2008 . Supplement to The Sunday Times.
Dan Chiasson (2012).  The Actual Hawk, the Real Tree. New York Review of Books. 59,
David Michah Greenberg (2012).  The Suffering of Others. Boston Review. 37(6), 
Longenbach, James (2008).  The Wasted Land. The New York Times.
Tan, Kathy-Ann (2007).  To Catch the World / at Pure Idea: Structures of Order and Disorder in Jorie Graham's Poetry. Ideas of Order in Contemporary American Poetry.
McCabe, Susan (2006).  To Become Something Broken: Jorie Graham's Overlord. The Kenyon Review. 28(4),  Abstract
Pritchett, Patrick (2006).  The Personal Trauma That is History. The American Book Review.
Bedient, Calvin (2005).  Toward a Jorie Graham Lexicon. Jorie Graham: Essays on the Poetry.
Graham, Jorie (2005).  The Art of Revising - The Lives of the Poems: Twelve Drawings on Canvas by Mark Strand.
Logan, William (2005).  The Great American Desert. The New Criterion. 23,
Gardner, Thomas (2003).  The Art of Poetry No. 85. The Paris Review. Abstract
Klink, Joanna (2002).  To Feel an Idea. Kenyon Review. 24(1), 
Kirsch, Adam (2000).  The End of Beauty. The New Republic.
Lorberer, Eric (1997).  The Errancy by Jorie Graham. Rain Taxi. 2(#3), 
Costello, Bonnie (1997).  The Errancy: Review. The Boston Review.
Wunderlich, Mark, Graham, Jorie (1996).  The Glorious Thing: Jorie Graham and Mark Wunderlich in Conversation. American Poet. Abstract
Burt, Stephen (1996).  The more she disapears. Times Literary Supplement.
Baker, David (1994).  The Push of Reading. Kenyon Review. 16(4), 
Costello, Bonnie (1992).  The Big Hunger. The New Republic. 4.
Holden, Jonathan (1986).  The Contemporary Conversation Poem. Style and Authenticity in Postmodern Poetry. 33-44.
Francini, Antonella (2009).  Sulla poesia di Jorie Graham. L'angelo custode della piccola utopia :: Poesie scelte 1983-2005.
Howe, Sarah (2008).  Sea Change: a review. PM Review. Abstract
Levinson, Frances (2006).  Slow But Sure Spun Truths Unravelled to Perfection. The Yorkshire Post.
Rubén Martín (2014).  Rompiente: Prólogo de Rubén Martín . Rompiente.
Manuel García Pérez (2014).  Rompiente, de Jorie Graham. De lectura Obligada.
Eduardo Moga (2014).  Romper. Letres Libres.
Oli Hazzard (2013).  Review of The Taken-Down God. The Times Literary Supplement.
Spiegelman, Willard (2006).  Review: Jorie Graham Talking. The Kenyon Review. 28(4), 175-185 .
Spiegelman, Willard (2003).  Repetition and Singularity. The Kenyon Review. 25(2), 149-168.
Osborn, Andrew (2000).  Review of Swarm. Boston Review.
Ramke, Bin (1996).  Review: The Dream of the Unified Field: Selected Poems 1974-1994. The Boston Review. 21(Summer), 
Frazier, Jane (1993).  Region of Unlikeness - Book Review. Literary Review. Fall 1993, Abstract
London Buddhist Centre, poetryEast (2018).  poetryEast with Jorie Graham.
Chadwick Jenkins (2017).  Pulitzer Prize Winner Jorie Graham's Collection of Poetry, 'Fast', Will Haunt You, Beautifully.
Galleymore, Isabel (2017).  Posthuman Poetics. The London Magazine.
Jonathon Sturgeon (2015).  Poetry Is a Virus That Can Save the World: On Jorie Graham’s ‘From the New World’.
Ángel Rupérez (2014).  Poesía no apta para holgazanes. EL PAÍS.