Simmons, William J.Conversation with Monica Majoli.” Artillery Magazine, 2020. Link to interview
Simmons, William J.Review of Nicolas Winding Refn's Too Old to Die Young.” Flash Art , 2019, 327. Link to review review_nicolas_winding_refns_too_old_to.pdf
Deitch, Jeffrey, ed.Jordan Casteel by William J. Simmons.” In Unrealism: New Figurative Painting. London: Rizzoli, 2019. Link to the book jordan_casteel_william_j_simmons_from_unrealism.pdf
Elizabeth Orr: A Gorgeous Profile.” La Kaje Gallery, 2019. orr_willjsimmons_lakaje_text.pdf
Simmons, William J.Portfolio with Eve Fowler.” BOMB Magazine, 2019. Link to BOMB portfolio_by_eve_fowler_-_bomb_magazine.pdf
Simmons, William J.On Affect and Criticality in Steve McQueen’s Widows.” Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Media, no. 59 (2019). Link to essayAbstract
This essay argues not only for the centrality of non-white emotionality to progressive film criticisms, but also for the importance of fostering a dialogue around artists of color that does not center on deconstruction or opposition.
Simmons, William J.Portfolio with Collier Schorr,” 2019. BOMB Magazine portfolio_by_collier_schorr_-_bomb_magazine.pdf
Simmons, William J.Portfolio with Collier Schorr,” 2019. BOMB Magazine portfolio_by_collier_schorr_-_bomb_magazine.pdf
Simmons, William J.Interview with MUNA/Dyke Nurse.” King Kong Magazine, 2019, 8. King Kong Magazine muna.pdf
Simmons, William J.An Aesthetics of Self-Hatred.” King Kong Garçon, 2019, 2. King Kong Magazine self_hatred.pdf
Neo-Noir-Americana: On Nostalgia and Melodrama in Contemporary Culture.” In Other Words, 2019. neo-noir-americana_-_art_agency_partners.pdf
Simmons, William J.Portfolio with Math Bass.” BOMB Magazine, 2019.Abstract
Anne Carson writes: “Desires as round as peaches bloom in me all night, I no longer gather what falls.” We might never harvest Math Bass’s forms, and maybe we shouldn’t; maybe conversely we let the orchard become overrun, Gothic, a place where the fruit just serves worms and curious children. Another quote exterior to me: the Log Lady says, “My log does not judge.” One could say perhaps that the log does not interpret; the log does not tell histories, only stories. What is the difference, anyway? The log can’t or won’t tell you, for instance, if something is sufficiently ambiguous or undecidable to be considered queer. 
Simmons, William J.Jamming Opposites Together: Anna Sew Hoy Interviewed by William J. Simmons.” BOMB Magazine, 2019. jamming_opposites_together-_anna_sew_hoy_interviewed_-_bomb_magazine.pdf
Simmons, William J.History As Imitation of Life: Sherrie Levine by William J. Simmons.” BOMB Magazine, 2019. history_as_imitation_of_life-_sherrie_levine_-_bomb_magazine.pdf
Simmons, William J.Organizing Accidents: Charlotte Gainsbourg Interviewed by William J. Simmons.” BOMB Magazine, 2019. organizing_accidents-_charlotte_gainsbourg_interviewed_-_bomb_magazine.pdf
Simmons, William J.Misplaced Empathy: Amy Bessone Interviewed by William J. Simmons.” BOMB Magazine, 2019. misplaced_empathy-_amy_bessone_interviewed_-_bomb_magazine.pdf
Simmons, William J.; Paula Hayes. Paula Hayes: Lemon Tree Mind. New York: ERL Press, 2019.
Simmons, William J.A Certain Inevitability: On Alfonso Cuarón's Roma.” Flash Art, 2019. a_certain_inevitability_flash_art.pdf
Simmons, William J.“To Tell of Touch, to Touch by Telling”: Judy Chicago’s Erotica.” In Judy Chicago. National Museum of Women in the Arts, 2019. simmons_essay_scala_judychicago_newviews_referencepdf_lowres.pdf
Simmons, William J.Misconstruction/Deconstruction: Laurie Simmons and the Pictures Generation.” In Laurie Simmons: Big Camera, Little Camera. Ft. Worth and New York: Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and DelMonico Prestel Books, 2018.