Lucien’s essay “Circling Eloh” is forthcoming in New England Review. (7/2020)

Denver Quarterly has promoted Lucien within their editorial team to Prose Editor. (7/2020)

Lucien’s poems “Two Months Before” and “Mile 25–” are forthcoming in Poetry Northwest. (6/2020)

The Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment invited Lucien to present on American poet Adelaide Crapsey and her translations of Cherokee incantations at their biennial virtual symposium. (6/2020)

Lucien’s poems “Mile 22–” and “Mile 32–” are forthcoming in American Poetry Journal. (5/2020)

Lucien presented “Elohlogies of Environmental Trauma, Reclamation, and Survivance” at the 2020 University of Denver Research Showcase. (5/2020)

Lucien presented “Critical and Creative Responses to Parliamentary Enclosure in Victorian England” at the 2020 American Association of Geographers annual meeting. (4/2020)

The Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association has invited Lucien to serve as session chair for Literature & Religion and to present on Swinburne’s alternatives to Christian consolation at the 2020 National Conference in Boulder, CO. (4/2020)

The Bread Loaf Environmental Writers’ Conference has invited Lucien to attend on full Administrative Staff Scholarship, to grow his engagement with the program and study with workshop leader Kazim Ali. (3/2020)

The International Conference on Virginia Woolf has invited Lucien to present on queer ecologies in the work of Virginia Woolf at the 2020 conference in Vermillion, SD. (3/2020)

Lucien’s poems “Mile 47–” and “Mile 56–” are forthcoming in Hotel Amerika. (2/2020)

Lucien’s four translations of poems by the Dutch poet P.C. Boutens are forthcoming in pulpmouth. (2/2020)

Lucien’s poem “Mile 18–” is forthcoming in Nashville Review. (1/2020)

Lucien’s poems “Mile 49–” and “Mile 57–” are forthcoming in Colorado Review. (1/2020)

Lucien’s poems “Like Son,” “Render,” and “Writing Appalachia” are forthcoming in Still. (12/2019)

Full Stop has accepted Lucien’s reviews of two new smaller-press publications — Angela Veronica Wong’s Animal Suicides and Dina Salústio’s The Madwoman of Serrano — for publication in early 2020. (12/2019)

After eighteen months of planning, the National Association for Interpretation‘s National Conference in Denver was successfully planned and executed for over 850 attendees with Lucien serving as the National Conference Chair through the full process. (11/2019)

Lucien became one of eleven runners to complete the four-race Gnar Slam 2019, finishing four trail races with over 120,000′ total vertical change and 150 total miles in just under 40 hours. (10/2019)

Lucien set a new course PR, covering 26.7 miles and climbing 3500′ vertical feet while finishing happy and in the top 15% at the 2019 Blue Sky Trail Marathon. (10/2019)

Lucien chaired the Literature & Religion panel, presented on Nietzschean philosophy in William Gibson’s Neuromancer, directed the Graduate Student Forum, gave a featured creative reading, and represented RMMLA as an Executive Board Member at the 2019 Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association Conference in El Paso, TX. (10/2019)

Lucien set a new course PR and placed in the top 15% at the 2019 Black Squirrel Trail Half Marathon. (9/2019)

The University of Denver has awarded Lucien a Graduate Student Association Professional Development Grant for his work at the 2019 Bread Loaf Translators’ Conference. (8/2019)

Lucien completed his first 100K trail race, running the Never Summer 100K (64 miles) at an average elevation of over 10,000′ and with 13,000′ vertical gain in Colorado’s State Forest State Park and finishing strong. (7/2019)

Lucien’s article on disclosure and invisibility in writing centers has been selected for inclusion in the upcoming anthology, Network Theories, Social Justice, and Supersystems in Writing Program Administration, tentatively scheduled to be published with WAC Clearinghouse. (7/2019)