Co-Authored with Dr. Leigh-Michil George, “‘A Hundred Different Ways of Being in Love’: Emma, Queer Austen, and Asexuality Studies,” Eighteenth Century Fiction. Forthcoming January 2024 in special issue “Refusing Eighteenth Century Fictions” co-edited by Gena Zuroski and Manu Chander.

“Teaching Children’s and Young Adult Literature, Genre, and the Market,” Economics and American Literature (Teaching Volume) ed. Katharine A. Burnett and Amy K. King, (forthcoming).

Co-Authored with Andrea Acosta, “A Full Account: Queer Structures and Narrative Democratization in Modao Zushi,” Catching Chén Qíng Lìng ed. Cathy Yue Wang and Maria Alberto (Peter Lang, forthcoming for the Cultural Media Studies series).

“Decolonizing Story Structure and Literary Form with Lilly Lu,” May 2022, Interview with Amanda of Bookish Brews. Mentioned in Pages Unbound’s “10 Interesting Bookish Posts You May Have Missed in May 2022”

“A Full Account: Chen Qing Ling, Wen Ning, and Subversions of Narrative Hierarchies,” February 2021, In Medias Res: A MediaCommons Project.

“Assuming Innocence: The Ingénue’s Satire in Frances Burney’s Evelina, October 2020, Eighteenth-Century Fiction.

“Ingénue Reading Ingénue,” October 2020, University of Toronto Press Journals Blog,

“Cartographies of Myself,” March 2020, Whiter: Asian American Women on Skin Color and Colorism ed. Professor Nikki Khanna. NYU Press. 

“Indelible in the Hippocampus”: Hannah Gadsby’s Nanette and the Tradition of Women’s Satire, October 2018, The Rambling. 

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