Publications

Publications

Julie Gard

BOOK

Home Studies. Moorhead, MN: New Rivers Press, 2015. (Minnesota Book Award Finalist)

CHAPBOOKS

Russia in 17 Objects. Eugene, OR: Tiger's Eye Press, 2011 & 2014.

Obscura: The Daguerreotype Series. Georgetown, KY: Finishing Line Press, 2007.

PROSE POETRY (RECENT/SELECTED)

"Codes" in Mulberry Fork Review. February 2016.

"Northwestern Ontario" in Amethyst and Agate: Poems of Lake Superior. Duluth: Holy Cow! Press. 2015.

"Processions," "Embroidered Flower," and "Bisque Porcelain Lion" (audio) on The Beat. KAXE, Grand Rapids, MN. Summer 2015.

"Northwestern Ontario," "Zip Line," and "Aubade" (audio) on Women's Words. KUMD, Duluth, MN. 2015.

"Pinecone Angel," "Trinket Box Clown" and "Bisque Porcelain Lion" in Ovenbird Poetry. January 2015.

Excerpt from Obscura: The Daguerreotype Series. Stone Highway Review. October 2014.

"Telephone Wire," "Eco-static" and "Bairnwort" in From the Fishouse: An Audio Archive of Emerging Poets. October 2014.

"Vision in the Year Before Bifocals" and "Temporary Career Switch Daydream" in Tiger's Eye Journal. Summer 2014.

"Make Your Own Fun" and "Homophone Highway" in The Light Ekphrastic. February 2014.

"Shape Music: On Louise Nevelson," "Bairnwort" and "Pulchritude" in The 22 Magazine. Fall/Winter 2013.

"Fractals" and "Counterpoint" in New Purlieu Review. Summer 2013.

"Just So" and "Ordinary People" in In Posse Review. January 2013.

"Kalevala," "Tiny Plastic Mouse," and "Ticks" (audio) on The Beat. KAXE, Grand Rapids, MN. 2012-13.

"Procession" and "Communion" in Prick of the Spindle. December 2012.

CREATIVE NONFICTION (RECENT/SELECTED)

"Snowmelt, April 14" in The Fourth River (climate change issue). Spring 2016.

"Teaching in 8 Parts" in Two Hawks Quarterly. December 2012.

"Thin Bits of Evidence" in What Doesn't Kill You. . . Winston-Salem, NC: Press 53, 2010.

Jayson Iwen

BOOKS

Gnarly Wounds, Emergency Press, 2013.

A Momentary Jokebook, Cleveland State University Poetry Center, 2008 (winner of the Ruthanne Wiley Memorial Novella Contest).

Six Trips in Two Directions, Emergency Press, 2006 (winner of the Emergency Press International Book Contest).

BOOK TRANSLATED

Lighthouse for the Drowning by Jawdat Fakhreddine, with Huda Fakhreddine, BOA Editions, forthcoming in 2017 (selected for the Lannan Translations Series).

BOOK EDITED

101 Selected Poems by Jawdat Haydar, Vantage Press, 2006. Translated into French by Emma Helou & Nada Sleiman, and printed in bilingual edition as 101 Poèmes Choisis, Éditions Dar An-Nahar, 2012.

POETRY

"1.4.1," "1.4.2," and "1.4.3" forthcoming in Painted Bride Quarterly, Issue 95 (Print Annual 8).

".2.1.1," ".2.1.3," and ".4.2.2" in Eureka Literary Magazine, vol. 21, Spring 2016: 16-18.

".2.4.1," ".2.4.2," ".2.4.3," and ".2.4.4" in Ovenbird Poetry, no. 2, 2015, web.

"Death Style," "Making Up Time in Indiana," and "Things This Thing Called I Loved" reprinted in The &Now Awards 3: The Best Innovative Writing, Lake Forest College Press, 2014: 137-139.

"Love #9" and "The Frequency of Higher Registers" in Clackamas Literary Review, vol. 18, 2014: 76-78.

"Wholly in the World" in Red Cedar, vol. 16, 2014: 7.

"Things This Thing Called I Loved," in Express Milwaukee, February 2012, web.

"Love #33," "Love #40," and "Love #47" in Estuary, vol. 13/14, 2010/2011: 103-107.

"The Summer I Entered My Data into Your System," "Humon at Bat," "Killing Time in the Library with a Candlestick," and "Congratulations" in Folly, October 2010: 31-34, web.

"Love #22," "Love #25," and "Love #26" in Twisted Ink Webzine (University of Montana Western), May 2010, web.

"Love #24" in The Dos Passos Review, vol. 6, no.1, 2009: 61.

"Love #4" in Whiskey Island Magazine, no. 56, 2009: 12.

"Two Way Walkie-Talkie" and "Not To Make a Big Deal Out of Death" in Onthebus, no. 19/20, 2005: 115.

"Sleepwalker" in The Pacific Review, vol. 23, 2005: 31.

"10" in Water~Stone Review, vol. 7, Fall 2004: 226.

"60" in Diagram, 4.6, web.

"38," "39," "40," "41," "42," "Letter," "Dark a Hole Deeper Than History," and "Introduction to the Zajal" in Knock (featured writer), Fall 2004: 1-9.

"51" and "62" in Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review, no. 23, 2004: 45-46.

"86," "88," and "89" in Reed Magazine, vol. 57, 2004: 48-50.

"Orange" in Fence, Fall/Winter 2003/2004: 86.

"2," "4," and "5" in Third Coast, Fall 2003: 49-51.

"Horse-hair Worms" and "Property Tax" in Reed Magazine, vol. 56, 2003: 57-60.

"Practice" in Clackamas Literary Review, vol. 6, no. 1, 2002: 17.

"Continental Drift" in New American Writing, no. 18, 2000: 192.

"Ghosts" in Southern Indiana Review, no. 7, 2000: 15.

"Force that Through the Blue Fuse Drives the Flower" in Blue Canary, no. 8, 2000: 16.

"These Are Words" in Milwaukee Orbit, no. 3, 1999: 4.

"The Poet in the Landscape" and "The Poet in the Minnesota" in Blue Canary, no. 7, 1998: 23-28.

"In April" in Poetry Motel, no. 24, 1997: 2403.

NONFICTION

"Jawdat Haydar: Toward a Transnational Poetics," in Jawdat Haydar's Poetic Legacy: Issues of Modernity, Belonging, Language, and Transcendence, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016: 25-34.

"Interesting" in One Word: Contemporary Writers on the Words They Love or Loathe, Sarabande Books, 2010: 123-125.

"Fossil Fuel and the Transubstantiation of Light," "Checkpoint Economy," "Use," "Run Like Hell," "67 Mercedes Benz," and "Flag" in Emergency Almanac (Winter 2002 – Spring 2008), web.

REVIEWS

"On Michael Lind's Parallel Lives" in Pleiades, vol. 29, no.2, 2009: 156-262.

"On S.A. Stepanek's Three, Breathing" in Pleiades, vol. 27, no. 2, 2007: 174-176.

"On Christopher Grimes' Public Works" in Pleiades, vol. 27, no. 1, 2007: 191-195.

"The New Sublime: Joe Wenderoth's Letters to Wendy's" in The Cream City Review, vol. 26, no. 1, 2002: 82-85.

"Immortal Shite of the Heart: James Liddy's Gold Set Dancing" with Francesca Abbate, in The Cream City Review, vol. 25, 2001: 248-255.

"Review of Jack Grapes' Lucky Finds" in The Cream City Review, vol. 25, 2001: 265-6.

"Death, Form, Wit: A Review of Marilyn Taylor's Shadows Like These" in The Cream City Review, vol. 21, no. 2, 1997: 165-8.

INTERVIEWS

"A Score for Undetermined Movements: Talking with Paul Hoover" with Chad Faries, in Fables of Representation, University of Michigan Press, 2004: 145-162.

"And Yet Events Accumulate, Something Happens: An Interview with Leslie Scalapino" with Karen Auvinen and Arlene Petty, in The Cream City Review, vol. 26, no. 2, 2002: 67-78.

POETRY TRANSLATIONS

"Poem 47," of The Book of Sanaa, by Abdel Aziz al Maqaleh, with Huda Fakhreddine, in Voices Education Project, web. Forthcoming reprint in Capitals, Bloomsbury Press, 2016.

Three poems by Dunya Mikhail, with Zeina Hashem Beck, in The Marlboro Review, no.21, 2006.

Five poems by Lamea Abbas Amara, Jawdat Fakhreddine, Ahmed Abdel Muti Hijazi, and Zuheir Abu Shayeb, with Huda Fakhreddine, in The Marlboro Review, no. 17/18, 2004.

Two poems by Jawdat Fakhreddine and Ahmed Abdel Muti Hijazi, with Huda Fakhreddine, in The Cream City Review, vol. 28, no. 1, 2004.

Two poems by Jawdat Fakhreddine and Abdel Aziz Al Maqaleh, with Huda Fakhreddine, in The Marlboro Review, no. 16, 2003: 26-27. "How Long This Day of Mine" reprinted in eScene: Best of the Literary Journals, no. 31, web.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

"The Essence of Closure: A Comparative Anatomy," forthcoming at Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association Conference, Pasadena, 2016.

"The Growth of the Comprehensive Writing Major: A Report from Western Lake Superior," Association of Writers & Writing Programs Conference, Minneapolis, 2015.

"Jawdat Haydar: Toward a Transnational Poetics," keynote address, Jawdat Haydar International Conference, Lebanese American University, Beirut, 2013.

"Interpersonal Techniques for the Writing Review Process," Epic Systems Corporation Writing User Group Council, Madison, 2007.

"Quantity Not Quality: Revision as a Method of Evaluation in the Creative Writing Workshop," Associated Writing Programs Conference, Chicago, 2004.

"Using Portfolios to Evaluate Student Comprehension," annual AUB Interdisciplinary Teaching Excellence Seminar, Beirut, 2003.

"Why Write at All," Associated Writing Programs Conference, Baltimore, 2003.

"The Perils of Publication: A Workshop," UWM Native American Writing Communities Conference, Milwaukee, 2002.

"Ancient Memory Systems in the Modern Composition Classroom," annual UWM / Marquette University Composition Pedagogy Conference, Milwaukee, 1998.

Laura Jacobs

PUBLICATIONS

Invited Blog Post: "Academic Service Learning and the Archives." Service Learning Librarian. August 24, 2014.

UW-Superior Self-Study for the Higher Learning Commission (coordinator, editor, resource room). January 2, 2013.

Contributor, "News from the Archives." Nor' Easter (quarterly publication of the Lake Superior Marine Museum Association). [through 2014]

Two Views of the Archives: Inside and Outside the Creation of the Lake Superior Maritime Collections. 2004. Master of Liberal Studies multimedia 'thesis'

Select Recent Library Guides: Copyright, Spring 2015; Tall Ships/War of 1812, Summer 2013

SELECT PRESENTATIONS / WORKSHOPS (SEMINARS, CONFERENCES & COLLOQUIA)

Facilitator, "Copyright Protection for the 21st Century," Maritime History Research Roundtable, at: Association for Great Lakes Maritime History Annual Meeting & Conference. Detroit, MI., Sept. 11-13, 2014

Co-Presenter, "Burning Bridges (To Build Bridges)," with Patricia Maus. Lake Superior Libraries Symposium. UMD, June 6, 2014

Presenter, "Growing a Virtual Archives – Planting Unique Collections and Service to Reap New Users". Lake Superior Libraries Symposium. June 7, 2013. Superior, WI

Convener. Association for Great Lakes Maritime History Annual Meeting & Conference. Mackinac Island, MI. Sept 13-15, 2013

Convener. Association for Great Lakes Maritime History Annual Meeting & Conference. Owens Sound, ONT. September 6-8, 2012

Co-Presenter, "Online Digital History Collections for the Non-Archivist". Lake Superior Libraries Symposium. June 1, 2012. Superior, WI

Presenter, "Snap! It's that Easy (not): Digitization and the Institutional Archives." Skyline Rotary Club, Duluth. March 14, 2012

Panelist. "Maintaining a Publicly Accessible Library Collection in Challenging Economic Times". AGLMH Annual Conference. Toledo, OH. Sept. 8-10, 2011

Convener. Association for Great Lakes Maritime History Annual Meeting & Conference. Toledo, OH. Sept. 8-10, 2011

Co-Facilitator. "LEAP'in Libraries! Integrating Libraries and Information Literacy in Campus Core Competencies and General Education." UW-System User Services Coordinating Committee. Nov. 18, 2010

Host. Association for Great Lakes Maritime History Annual Meeting & Conference. UW-Superior. Sept 9-11, 2010

Presenter. "Maritime History and the Maritime Archives at UW-Superior." Propeller Club. June 18, 2010

Co-Presenter. "Digital Theses". UW-System Library Conference. Madison. June 2-3, 2010

Presenter. "UW-Superior's Academic Plan." Board of Regents meeting, Eau Claire. Oct. 15, 2009

Presenter. "Information Literacy for 1st Year Seminars." 1st Year Seminar Faculty. Aug. 24, 2009

Presenter, "What is a Record? Records Management and You." Staff Development Workshop. Jan. 8, 2009

Presenter, "Through Researcher's Eyes: Stories from the UWS Archives Collections". Skyline Rotary Club, Duluth. Nov. 26, 2008

Presenter, "Library at the End of the Universe: Or, 'Where in the World is Jim Dan Hill Library?" 2 CETL sessions, Aug. 28, 2008

Presenter, "Preserving Maritime History: Stories from the Maritime Collections of the Corps of Engineers Visitors Center," St. Louis Co. Historical Society. Duluth, MN Nov. 15, 2007

Presenter, "Stories from the Maritime Collections," Douglas County Genealogy Association. Superior Public Library May 1, 2007

Facilitator, Research Roundtable "Photographic Preservation." Sept. 2006. Association for Great Lakes Maritime History Annual Conference. Alpena, MI.

Presenter, "Using Technology in the Classroom: WebQuests." Professional Development Workshop. Winter, WI. June 2, 2006.

Presenter, "Learning Through Literacy." Professional Development Workshop. Superior Middle School, Jan. 11, 2006

Presentation on Maritime Collection and the receipt of Governor's Award by the JDH Library to WI Council on Library and Network Development (COLAND), May 20, 2005. Superior Public Library

"The ARC Network and the Local History Community." Sept. 11, 2004. Presenter as representative of WI State Historical Society. Gordon-Wascott Historical Society, Gordon WI

"Similarities in Information Literacy Programs of COPLAC Institutions." June 19, 2004. COPLAC Annual Meeting, College of Charleston, Charleston SC (material compiled by Debra Nordgren)

Interview segment for WDSE-TV (local PBS affiliate) program, Harbor History: the War Years. 2004

"Copyright & Fair Use: How to be Ethical in the Use of Technology for Teaching." Sept. 25, 2003. Guest Presentation. Education Dept. University Minnesota – Duluth.

"Selection: The Great Lakes Maritime History Project." Oct. 17-18, 2002. Presentation for OCLC/WiLS Conference & Workshop on Digital Collections. Madison, WI .

Heather McGrew

"Relearning Home" (nonfiction) in The Heart of All That Is: Reflections on Home, 2013

"Eucharist" (poem) in The Penwood Review, Spring 2013.

"Mapmaking: A Prayer" (poem) in Emerge Literary Journal, August 2012.

"Retreat" (poem) in Turtle Way, August 2012.

Yvonne Rutford

BOOK

This Fragile Nest (poetry collection, December 2008.

POEMS

"When the Fruit's in Season" and "Bedtime Prayer," published in Migrations: Poetry & Prose for Life's Transitions, anthology edited by Sheila Packa, September 2011

"Circumvolution," selected for the Lake Superior Writers and Northern Printmakers Alliance collaboration; published in the anthology Response, September 2006.

"Girl Scouts," published in Dust & Fire (anthology of Minnesota women writers), Bemidji State University Women's Studies Department, March 2005.

NONFICTION

"Fryberger Woods," winner in creative prose category, Lake Superior Writers Contest 2001; essay published in anthology Between Stone and Flesh.

"Learning to Fly" published in The Clockhouse Review, Vol. 2, June 2011

Deborah Davis Schlacks

BOOK (AUTHORED)

American Dream Visions: Chaucer's Surprising Influence on F. Scott Fitzgerald. Peter Lang, 1994.

BOOK (CO-EDITED)

Casino Gaming and Lighting Recommended Practice. Illuminating Engineering Society, 1995.

ARTICLES

"'When She Was a Girl All the Young Ladies Who Belonged to Nice Families Had Glorious Times': Niceness and Its Complications in Fitzgerald's 'Bernice Bobs Her Hair.'" Midwestern Miscellany (Fall 2017). Forthcoming.

"F. Scott Fitzgerald, Trickster: Images of Irishness in the Edmund Wilson Bookman Essay." F. Scott Fitzgerald Review 14 (2016): 158-79. Forthcoming.

"St. Paul, Minnesota, St. Paul Academy, and St. Paul Academy Now and Then." F. Scott Fitzgerald in Context. Cambridge UP, 2013. 105-13.

"Echoes of the Middle Ages: Teaching the Medieval in The Great Gatsby." Approaches to Teaching Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby. Approaches to Teaching World Literature Series. Modern Language Association, 2009.

Review of Persons in Process: Four Stories of Writing and Personal Development in College, by Anne J. Herrington and Marcia Curtis (Urbana, IL: NCTE, 2000), and Writing and Healing: Toward an Informed Practice, ed. Charles M. Anderson and Marian M. MacCurdy (Urbana, IL: NCTE, 2000.) WPA Journal 24 (Spring 2001): 103-08.

"Giving a Voice to Depression-Era Women: The Fiction and Non-Fiction of Meridel Le Sueur."Speaking Out: Women, Poverty, and Public Policy: Proceedings of the Twenty-Third Annual Women's Studies Conference. Ed. Katherine A. Rhoades and Anne Statham. Madison: University of Wisconsin System Women's Studies Librarian, 1999. 236-43.

"The Great Gatsby 1974: A Colossal Frost?" Popular Culture Review 2 (December 1990): 81-87.

PRESENTATIONS

"Fitzgerald's 'A Night at the Fair,' The Minnesota State Fair, and the Carnivalesque." Fourteenth International F. Scott Fitzgerald Conference. Upcoming, June 2017. St. Paul, Minnesota.

"A Charming, Impish Irish Harlequin: The F. Scott Fitzgerald of the Edmund Wilson Bookman Article and Early 20th-Century Stereotypes of the Irish." Thirteenth International F. Scott Fitzgerald Conference. Waterford, Ireland. July 2015.

"A Pebble Making Ripples in the Stream: A Writing Mentors Pilot Program at a Small Public Liberal Arts Institution." Co-presenter: James Geidner. International Writing across the Curriculum Conference. Minneapolis, MN. June 2014.

"'Better Than All of Them Put Together': Race, Regionalism, and Masculinity in 'Dice, Brassknuckles, and Guitar' and 'The Offshore Pirate'" Twelfth International F. Scott Fitzgerald Conference. Montgomery, AL. November 2013.

"Forging Connections: Faculty Development and Student Development via a Writing Mentor Pilot Program." (With co-presenter Yvonne Rutford.) Midwest Writing Center Association Conference. Chicago, IL. October 2013.

"Among the 'Swirl of Actors' in the Public U: The Challenge of Cross-Disciplinary Instructional Outreach and Assessment." (Session co-presented with Jamie White-Farnham and Carolyn Caffree Gardner.) Conference on College Composition and Communication, Las Vegas, NV. March 2013.

"A Writing Center with a New WAC Focus." International Writing Center Association Conference, San Diego, CA. October 2012.

"'Somethin' Still Going On: F. Scott Fitzgerald and the 21st Century Bob Dylan." Tenth International F. Scott Fitzgerald Conference. Baltimore, MD. September 2009.

"The View from St. Paul, the Newman School, and Princeton: Fitzgerald's Ireland." American Literature Conference. Boston, MA. May 2009.

Creative Writing Selections. Women's Studies Conference. Green Bay, WI. April 2008.

Creative Writing Selections. Women's Studies Conference. Madison, WI. April 2007.

"Key Word 'Public': The Public Liberal Arts Mission and Its Impact upon Coordinating a Freshman Composition Program." Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference. Newark, Delaware. July 2005.

"Fitzgerald and Irishness." F. Scott Fitzgerald Conference. Hempstead, New York. April 2005.

"An Allusion of Astronomical Proportions: The Hair of Berenice and Fitzgerald's 'Bernice Bobs Her Hair'" F. Scott Fitzgerald Conference. St. Paul, Minnesota. September 2002.

"Of Pink Suits and White Daisies: The Social Construction of Whiteness in The Great Gatsby." F. Scott Fitzgerald Conference. Nice, France. June 2000.

"Fitzgerald's 'The Offshore Pirate': A Tale of Racial 'Passing' and the Power of the Post." Fitzgerald-Wolfe Conference. Asheville, NC. September 25, 1998.

"Paradise Revisited: Garden Symbolism in Fitzgerald's The Beautiful and Damned." F. Scott Fitzgerald Conference. Princeton, NJ. Upcoming, September 1996.

"The 'Roots' of Nicole's Garden." College English Association Convention. New Orleans, LA. April 4, 1996.

"A Little Little Women." West Virginia University Colloquium on Literature and Film. Morgantown, WV. September 29, 1995.

"Gatsby's Mansion: Jazz-Age House of Fame." Twentieth-Century Literature Conference. Louisville, KY. February 26, 1994.

"Creating Tributes: Vision and Revision in Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby and Chaucer's The Book of the Duchess." American Literature Association Convention. Baltimore, MD. May 29, 1993.

"The Good, the Bad, and The 'Old Sports' of F. Scott Fitzgerald." Far West Popular Culture Convention. Las Vegas, NV. January 23, 1993.

"Down with the Personal Essay." Modern Language Association Convention. New York. December 30, 1992.

"Waiting for Revelation in Waiting for Godot." Conference on Christianity and Literature, West Region. Seattle, WA. April 1990.

"Fitzgerald Reads Chaucer: Daisy Buchanan and Daisy/Alceste." American Comparative Literature Conference. State College, PA. March 29, 1990.

"Living Death: Images of Rebirth in the Invasion of the Body Snatchers." Popular Culture Association Conference. Toronto, Ontario. March 9, 1990.

"Paradise Revisited: Garden Symbolism in Fitzgerald's Tender Is the Night." Far West Popular Culture Association Convention. Las Vegas, NV. January 25, 1990.

"The Great Gatsby 1974: A Colossal Frost?" Far West Popular Culture Association Convention. Las Vegas, NV. January 26, 1989.

"In A Secret Place: Power in The Trip to Bountiful and Tender Mercies." Colorado Women's Association Convention. Denver, CO. May 8, 1988.

"Is There Life after Graduate School?" South Central Modern Language Association Convention. Houston, TX. October 29, 1987.

"Saints, Sirens, and Survivors: Hollywood's Treatment of Texas Women." First presented as a session of the seminar Texas Women: The Myth, the Reality. Denton, TX. April 19, 1985. Also presented at the Popular Culture Association Convention. Atlanta, GA. April 1986.

"Entangling Estrangements: Paradox through Metatheatre in Wilder's Our Town." Conference of College Teachers of English Convention. Arlington, TX. March 1986.

"Borzage versus Hemingway: Will the Real Catherine Barkley Please Stand Up?" Twentieth-Century Literature Conference. Louisville, KY. February 1986.

"'Of the People, By the People, For the People': Walt Whitman's Democratic Rhetoric." South Central Modern Language Association Convention. Tulsa, OK. November 9, 1985.

"Richard Crashaw and the Teresa Poems: A Theory of Inspired and Inspiring Art." Conference of College Teachers of English Convention. San Antonio, TX. March 8, 1985.

"Neither Bloody Pastees Nor Twice-Cooked Pies: Harry Bailly as Nutritionist." South Central Modern Language Association Convention. Biloxi, MS. October 26, 1984.

Jamie White-Farnham

BOOK

Writing Program Architecture: 30 Cases for Reference and Research. Co-edited with Bryna Siegel-Finer. Under contract at Utah U Press. Forthcoming in 2017.

ARTICLES

"Who is Being Served by Academic Service-Learning? Distinctions from the Public Liberal Arts College." Co-authored with Jenice Meyer. Currents in Teaching and Learning 7, 1 (Fall 2014): 80-88.

"'Were Those Bad Times for Women or What?': The Practical Public Discourse of Mary Leite Fonseca, Massachusetts State Senator, 1953-1984."Peitho 16, 2 (Summer 2014): 168-182.

"Crowdsourcing the Curriculum: Information Literacy Instruction in First-year Writing." Reference Services Review 42, 2 (2014): 277-292. Co-authored with Carolyn Caffrey Gardner.

"Revising the Menu to Fit the Budget: Grocery Lists and Other Rhetorical Heirlooms." College English 76, 3 (January 2014): 208-226.

"'She Has a Vocabulary I Just Don't Have': Differing Disciplinary Discourses in a First-year Writing and Information Literacy Collaboration." Collaborative Librarianship 5, 4 (2013): 235-242. Co-authored with Carolyn Caffrey Gardner.

"Changing Perceptions, Changing Conditions: The Material Rhetoric of the Red Hat Society." Rhetoric Review 32, 3 (Fall 2013): 473-489.

"WRT 302: Writing Culture." Composition Studies 40, 2 (Fall 2012): 92-111.

"Rhetorical Recipes: Women's Literacies In and Out of the Kitchen." Community Literacy Journal 6, 2 (Spring 2012). Web. Included in The Best of Independent Rhetoric and Composition Journals, 2012. Anderson, SC: Parlor Press.

"Mapping Tutorial Interactions: A Report on Results and Implications." Praxis: A Writing Center Journal 9, 2 (Spring 2012): 1-11. Co-authored with Bryna Siegel-Finer and Jeremiah Dyehouse.

"Writing Center Sustainability Through Research." Academic Exchange Quarterly 15, 4 (Winter 2011): 13-18. Co-authored with Bryna Siegel-Finer and Jeremiah Dyehouse.