“Flash Five Ways.” Rev. of They Could No Longer Contain Themselves, eds. Abigail Beckel and Kathleen Rooney. American Book Review 33.4 (2012): 10.
Rev. of Clown Girl, by Monica Drake. Indiana Review 29.1 (2007): 188-89.
“The Rarest of Literary Concoctions.” Rev. of Icelander, by Dustin Long. American Book Review 28.2 (2007): 23+.
Rev. of Last Fall, by Ronald Sukenick. Indiana Review 28.2 (2007): 134-35.
Rev. of The Skyscraper That Flew, by Jesús Salvador Treviño. Indiana Review 28.1 (2006): 182-83.
Rev. of Exit Strategy, by Douglas Rushkoff. Indiana Review 27.1 (2005): 238-40.
“All the Lonely People.” Rev. of Stranger than Fiction: True Stories, by Chuck Palahniuk. American Book Review Nov. 2004: 26.
Presentations: Regional and National
“Serial Killers and Pseudonyms: Hardboiled Genre Tropes, Literary Authors, and The Hand That Feeds You.” SCMLA 2018, San Antonio, TX.
“’Shoot First, Think Never’”: Evil Dead’s Ash Williams as Critique of Neoliberal Individualism.” PCA/ACA 2018, Indianapolis, IN.
"Material and Reading: The Book Object and Chuck Palahniuk's Fiction." SCMLA 2016, Dallas TX.
“Long Live the Minimalisms: Unmasking Meaning in Contemporary Short-Short Fiction.” SCMLA 2015, Nashville, TN.
“Geeksploitation: Gender and Genius in The Big Bang Theory.” PCA/ACA 2015, New Orleans, LA.
“Technorealist Fiction: Narrating Digital Subjectivity in Analog Form.” SCMLA 2013. New Orleans, LA.
“Days Gone By: Robert Kirkman's Re-envisioned Western, The Walking Dead.” 40th Annual Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture, University of Louisville, 2012.
“Posthuman Futures: Narrative and Universal Subjectivities in Popular Posthumanism.” MLA 2011, “Race and Posthumanism” panel, Los Angeles, CA.
“Invisible Carrots and Fainting Fans: Queer Humor and Abject Horror in ‘Guts.’” 37th Annual Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture since 1900, University of Louisville, 2009.
“Silicon Gunslingers and Cyber Puritans: Myth, Masculinity, and the Development of the Information Industry.” 35th Annual 20th Century Literature Conference, University of Louisville, 2007.
“Business Culture and Technorealism: Technology and Subjectivity in the Fiction of Coupland, Powers, Rushkoff, and Gibson.” 34th Annual 20th Century Literature Conference, University of Louisville, 2006.
“A Man against the People: Postmodern Excess in Citizen Kane." Indiana University Conference on Excess, 2004.
"Light, Chaos, and Entropy: Contemporary Physics in Chuck Palahniuk's Fight Club." 2nd Chuck Palahniuk Conference: "Postcards from the Future," Edinboro University, Pennsylvania, 2003.
"Light, Chaos, and Entropy: Contemporary Physics in Chuck Palahniuk's Fight Club." 31st Annual 20th Century Literature Conference, University of Louisville, 2003.