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My research focuses on British literature and scientific writing in the long nineteenth-century, with an emphasis on Gothic, fantastic, and supernatural fiction. My work also draws on Queer Theory and scholarship in the history of sexuality, the history of science fiction, and narrative and the novel.
"Cuteness and Control in Portal." The Aesthetics and Affects of Cuteness. Ed. Joshua Paul Dale, Joyce Goggin, Julia Leyda, Anthony P. McIntyre, and Diane Negra. New York and London: Routledge, 2016.
"'A Mayde, and Last of Youre Blood': Galahad's Asexuality and its Significance in Le Morte Darthur." Arthuriana 24.3 (2014): 3-22.
"'That's a Very Queer Story': The Queerness of Style in Arthur Machen's 'The White People.'" American Comparative Literature Association, Cambridge MA, 18 March 2016.
"Queer Ghosts and Peculiar Children in two stories by Nisi Shawl." Science Fiction Research Association, Madison WI, 23 May 2014.
Other Conference Participation
Dickens Universe 2016
University Writing Program
UWP 1: Expository Writing, Fall 2015 - Present
English 155: The Eighteenth-Century British Novel, Spring 2015
English 130: British Romantic Literature, Winter 2015
English 113B: Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, Fall 2014
Co-Chair, English Graduate Student Association, 2016-2017
Secretary/Treasurer, EGSA, 2015-2016.
Women's Caucus Co-chair, EGSA, 2014-15.
Honors and Awards
Provost's Fellowship. UC Davis, 2013-2014.
Gordon Folsom Award in English. Carroll University, 2013.
Modern Language Association, North American Victorian Studies Association, American Comparative Literature Association
Bachelor of Arts in English and Secondary Education, Carroll University, 2013.
Short Fiction and Poetry Awards
Rhysling Award (2012)
Asimov's Reader Poll (2013)
Seiun Award (2014)
WSFA Small Press Award (2012)
Pushcart Prize (2015, 2014, 2010).
Nonfiction editor for Queers Destroy Horror!, a special issue of Nightmare Magazine (2015)
Editor-in-chief for the online magazine Mirror Dance (2008-present)