"Freely Frayed" in A Transpacific Poetics (Litmus Press, March 2017), edited by Lisa Samuels and Sawako Nakayasu
"Wings of Return: Yi Sang's House" in BWLS, October 2017
“Womb 8691945” in Volta, EVENING WILL COME: A Monthly Journal of Poetics (Hiroshima-Nagasaki Feature—Issue 56, August 2015, edited by Brandon Shimoda).
"An Overview of Contemporary Korean Women's Poetry" in Acta Koreana (vol. 9. no.2. 2006).
“Korean Women—Poetry, Identity, Place: A Conversation with Kim Hye-sun” in positions: east asia cultures critique (vol. 11. no. 3. 2003).
“Ko Ŭn Interview” in Acta Koreana (vol. 6. no. 2. 2003).
"Conversation with Christian Hawkey," BOMB Magazine, (Winter 2018).
“An Expelled Tongue: Translating Kim Hyesoon,” AAWW-The Margins, 2015.
“The Pen Ten with Don Mee Choi,” Pen America, 2014.
"Pins & Needles No 1: Don Mee Choi," Fairy Tale Review Blog, 2013.
“A Conversation with Don Mee Choi,” Lantern Review, 2012.
Poems in Translation:
Poems from Hardly War (German) translated by Joel Scott and Charlotta Thiessen in art-CHOKE, Berlin (2017)
Poems from Hardly War (Spanish) translated by Florencia Ferre in op.cit, Argentina (2017)
"Twin Flower, Master, Emily," (Spanish) translated by Valerie Mejer Caso and Josefa Gonzalez, Mexico (2015)
“The Morning News is Exciting,” (Japanese) translated by Yasuhiro Yotsumoto in Beagle, Japan (2015)
Arabella Bertola's essay: "Don Mee Choi: la resistenza di una scrittura ‘errorista'" in El Ghibli no. 47 (2015)
“A Journey from Neocolony to Colony,” (Spanish) trans. by Cristina Rivera-Garza in Los muertos indóciles. Necroescrituras y desapropiación (2013)
“Instructions from the Inner Room,” (French) trans. by Youna Kwak in Po&sie (2012)
Poems in Anthologies:
BAX 2018 (forthcoming, Wesleyan)
A Transpacific Poetics (Litmus Press, March 2017), edited by Lisa Samuels and Sawako Nakayasu
Free as in Free - Published on the occasion of the 11th Gwangju Biennial, INCA Press, 2016
Bettering American Poetry 2015 (Blazevox, 2016)
The Animated Reader edited by Brian Droitcour (New Museum, 2015)
The Volta Book of Poets edited by Joshua Marie Wikilnson (Sidebrow, 2014)
The &Now Awards 2: The Best Innovative Writing edited by David Scheiderman (Lake Forest College, 2013)
Poems in Film:
Paul Cunningham (poet, translator, filmmaker) made a film of my poem "Twin Flower, Master, Emily," 2015. (Translated into Spanish by Valerie Mejer Caso and Josefa Gonzalez)