Selected Bibliography of Publications

(Creative, Critical, Scholarly, and Reviews)


Creative Writing

  • “Charm, Offensive.” Variant Literature Journal, Issue 5. Oct. 2020.
  • “Five Years, Thirty: A Reflection.” Emerging Writers: An Anthology of Nonfiction. Z Publishing, 30 Oct. 2018.
  • “I Still Believe in Words.” Brave Voices Magazine, no. 1., 15 Oct. 2018.
  • “Around the World.” Towers Magazine, no. 96, Spring 2017,



  • “Dreams as Narrative Structure in Wide Sargasso Sea.” ThoughtCo, Mar. 17, 2017,
  • The Great Gatsby and The Lost Generation.” ThoughtCo, Jun. 27, 2018,
  • “Individuality and Self-Worth: Feminist Accomplishment in Jane Eyre.” ThoughtCo, Jun. 27, 2018,
  • “Thoreau in the 21st Century: Can Walden Still Speak to Us Today?” ThoughtCo, Jun. 27, 2018,
  • “Womanhood and Individualism: ‘The Awakening’ of Edna Pontellier.” ThoughtCo, Mar. 17, 2017,


  • From A Whisper to a Riot: The Gay Writers Who Crafted an American Literary Tradition. KDP, 2018.
  • Gay Men’s Literature in the United States (1903-1968): Uncovering the Buried Roots of a Queer Tradition. Dissertation, Northern Illinois University, 2017.
  • “Queering the Postmodern: Dennis Cooper’s George Miles Pentalogy.” Watermark vol. 10, Spring 2016,


  • Gone with the Wind: Echoing Through the Ages.” Literary Ladies Guide, Feb. 24, 2017,
  • Orlando by Virginia Woolf: Gender and Sexuality Through Time.” Literary Ladies Guide, Feb. 12, 2017,
  • Sanditon: An Unfinished Novel by Jane Austen.” Literary Ladies Guide, Mar. 13, 2017,
  • “‘The Yellow Wallpaper’ (1892) by Charlotte Perkins Gilman.” ThoughtCo, Jun. 27, 2018,

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