Articles & Book Chapters (Published)
- The Hallmark Channel: Essays on Faith, Race and Feminism (2020): Eds. Emily L. Newman and Emily Witsell; published by McFarland Press
- “Rags to Riches to Murder: Cozy Mysteries and Class in Hallmark’s Garage Sale Mystery Film Series.” Co-written with Mitch Ploskonka
- Monstrous Women in Comics (2020): Eds. Samantha Langsdale and Elizabeth Coody; published by University Press of Mississippi
- “Monochromatic Teats, Teeth, And Tentacles: Monstrous Visual Rhetoric in Stephen L. Stern’s Beowulf: The Graphic Novel
- Girl of Steel: Essays on Television’s Supergirl and Fourth-Wave Feminism (2020): Eds. Tim Rayborn and Melissa Wehler; published by McFarland & Co.
- “‘Pull Up Your Big-Girl Pants, and Own Your Power’: Feminist Anger and the Working Woman in The CW’s Supergirl”
- Meaningful Play Proceedings 2018 (2019): Eds. Rabinda Ratan, Brian Winn, and Elizabeth LaPenseé. Published by ETC Press.
- “‘Once Uploaded, This Cannot Be Undone:’ Osmotic Studios’ Orwell as Dystopian Simulation of Participatory Surveillance.”
- The Artistry of Neil Gaiman: Finding Light in the Shadows (2019): Eds. Joseph Michael Sommers and Kyle Eveleth; published by University Press of Mississippi.
- “‘Evil Witch! I’m Not Scared!’: Monstrous Visualizations of the Other Mother in Multimodal Adaptations of Neil Gaiman’s”
- Convergent Wrestling: Participatory Culture, Transmedia Storytelling, and Intertextuality in the Squared Circle (2019): Eds. CarrieLynn Reinhard and Christopher Olson; published by Routledge.
- “Ultimate! Atomic! Buster!: Street Fighter Video Games as Professional Wrestling Convergence” Co-written with Ted Troxell.
- Jessica Jones, Scarred Superhero: Essays on Gender, Trauma, and Addiction in the Netflix Series (2018): Eds. Tim Rayborn and Abigail Keyes; published by McFarland & Co.
- “Is that real or is it just in my head?” “Both”: Chronotopal representations of Patriarchal Villainy and the Feminist Antihero in Marvel’s Jessica Jones
- Arrow and Superhero Television: Essays on Themes and Characters of the Series (2017); Eds. Jim Iaccino, Myc Wiatrowski, Cory Barker. published by McFarland & Co.
- “Guess what I majored in. Hint, not the secretarial arts!”: Sexism, Heroism, and Morality in The CW’s Arrow and DC Comics’ Green Arrow,” Co-Written with Katherine E. Whaley
- The Ascendance of Harley Quinn: Essays on DC’s Enigmatic Villain (2017); Eds. Shelly Barba and Joy M. Perrin. published by McFarland & Co.
- “Harlequin, Nurse, Street Tough: The Visual Evolution from Traditional Harlequin to Sexualized Villain to Subversive Antihero”
- Critical Insights: Neil Gaiman (2016): Eds. Joseph Michael Sommers and Kyle Eveleth; published by Salem House
- “Biographical Sketch of Neil Gaiman”
- “We have an obligation to imagine” – Critical Reception of the Work of Neil Gaiman,” co-written with Kyle Eveleth.
- Critical Insights: The American Comic Book (2014): Ed. Joseph Michael Sommers; published by Salem House
- “Waiting for Wonder Woman: The Problematic History of Comic Book Women and Their Cinematic Doubles,” Co-Written with Katherine E. Whaley
Book Reviews (Published)
- The Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts
- 29.3 (2018): Stephen King’s Modern Macabre: Essays on the Later Works. by Patrick McAleer and Michael A. Perry
- 27.2 (2016): Adventure Time & Philosophy. ed. by Nicolas Michaud
- The Lion & The Unicorn,
- 38.3; September 2014 “(Re)Imagining the World: Children’s Literature’s Response to Changing Times. ed. by Yan Wu, Kerry Mallan, and Roderick McGillis”
- First Opinions/Second Reactions: Purdue University;
- May 2013 “Second Reaction: Academically Adrift in the World—Pedagogical Applications of Ichiro.