Publications and Conferences

Essay (2020)

“Girls With Teeth: Fan Identity in The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon.” Children

and Childhood in the Works of Stephen King, Lexington Books.

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Dissertation (2020)

"Today Your Barista Is: Genre Characteristics in The Coffee Shop Alternate Universe." The Ohio State University.

Essay (2018)

“Epoximise!: The Renegotiation of Film and Literature Through Harry Potter GIF-sets.” Transforming Harry: The Adaptation of Harry Potter in the Transmedia Age, Wayne University Press.


Conference (2017)

Pray For Me, Preacher: Embracement and Celebration of Fan Anger in AMC’s

Preacher.” English Graduate Organization Conference, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.

Conference (2017)

“Fans Love It a Latte: The Rise and Participatory Nature of Coffee Shop AUs.” Fifth

Annual Fandom and Neomedia Studies (FANS) Conference, Ft. Worth, Texas.

Poem (2016)

“Selling Stars.” Astral Projections: A Constellation of Poetry, CreateSpace.


Master's Thesis (2015)

"Canon vs. 'Fanon': Genre Devices in Contemporary Fanfiction." Georgetown University.

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Poem (2014)

“Hereditary.” 22 More Quick Shivers, Cosmonomic Multimedia.


Essay (Forthcoming)

“The Journey to Flavor Town: Guy Fieri and Celebrity Fandom."Untitled Collection on the Food Network Channel, McFarland & Company.

Essay (2018)

"Sensibly Organized: Filling in Gaps With Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality." Prequels, Coquels and Sequels in Contemporary Anglophone Fiction, Routledge.


Conference (2017)

“There’s a GIF for That: The Innovation of the Supernatural Fan-GIF.” SWPACA

Conference, Hyatt Regency, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Poem (2017)

"Ocean Girl." Ohio's Best Emerging Poets: An Anthology, Z Publishing.


Article (2016)

“Gotta Catch On: Intertextuality and the Popularity of Pokémon Go.” In Media Res, A

Media Commons Project.

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Conference (2016)

"Not Two People, but an Experience: Queer Representation and the Renegotiation of

Fanworks in Steven Universe.” Console-ing Passions Conference, University of Notre Dame, Indiana.

Essay (2015)

“Feeling Exposed? Irene Adler and the Self-Reflective Disguise.” Sherlock Holmes:

Essays on Film and Television Adaptations Since 2009, McFarland & Company.


Poem (2012)

“I Walk a Path of Cyclicality.” Sherlock’s Home: The Empty House, MX Publishing.


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