Research & Scholarship
“Humanity’s Oldest Pastime: David Mitchell’s Postmodern (Non)Endings.” Faces of the Apocalypse: Change and Adaptability at the End. London: Interdisciplinary Press, 2014.
“(Post)Apocalypse Now! David Mitchell’s Postmodern Fiction.” Apocalypse: Imagining the End. (Forthcoming 2014)
"(Religious) Fun Homes: Teaching the Lesbian Feminist Novel in a Catholic University," Graphic Novel Pedagogy. (Forthcoming 2014)
“Who's Procreating Now?: Attempting Equality Parenthood in the Academe.” The Road to Tenure: Interviews, Rejections, and Other Humorous Experiences. (Forthcoming 2014)
“’I was the subject of the sentence written on the mirror.’ Angela Carter’s Short Fiction and the Unwriting of the Psychoanalytic Subject.” Lit: Literature Interpretation Theory 21.1 (2010): 1-19.
“Angela Carter’s Narrative Chiasmus: The Infernal Desire Machines of Doctor Hoffman and The Passion of New Eve.” Genre (Spring/Summer 2009). 83-111.
“Portraits in Absentia: Repetition Compulsion and the Postmodern Uncanny.” Studies in the Novel. (Winter 2008). 447-464.
“Public Personae and the Private I: De-Compositional Ontology in Paul Auster's The New York Trilogy.” MFS: Modern Fiction Studies. 52:3 (Fall 2006): 613-633.\
“Cartesian Nuts: Rewriting the Platonic Androgyne in Angela Carter’s Japanese Surrealism.” FEMSPEC: An Interdisciplinary Feminist Journal. 6:2 (December 2005): 15-31.