Peer Reviewed Articles

“‘Take it when tendered’: M.E. Braddon’s Thou Art the Man (1894) and The Weekly Telegraph’s Media Model of Disability.” Victorian Review (forthcoming 2019).

“‘Always the same unrememberable revelation’: Thoreau’s Telegraph Harp, the Development of an Immanent Romantic Secularism, and Golden Age Children’s Literature.” Nineteenth-Century Literature (forthcoming).

“‘Her who never spoke’: Oral/Aural Disability, the Female Voice, and the Deafened Moment in M.E. Braddon’s ‘Waiting.’” Women’s Writing (forthcoming).


“Carly Ann and the Scatomancer.” Speculative Masculinities, Galli Books, (forthcoming).

“A Postmodern Oracle.” Fireside Fiction Magazine, 2018.

“H&D Plumbing.” Fireside Fiction Magazine, 2017.

“The Sphinx and the Signet.” Tales of the Talisman, 10.4, 2015.

Blog Articles

“Blogging Academia.” Guest Post for University of Oregon Digital Humanities Blog, 2016.

“Braddon’s ‘Waiting,’ Poetic Aesthetics, and Disability Studies.” Guest Post for the Mary Elizabeth Braddon Association Blog, 2015.


“It’s Alive! Visualizing Frankenstein in the Price Science Commons.” Interview by Jason Stone, University of Oregon Communications, for Around the O, 2018.

“The UO Owns a 50-Million-Pixel Screen. Here’s Why You Should Use It.” Interview by Hayley Brazier of DH@UO, 2018.

“An Interview with Courtney A. Floyd of the Victorian Scribblers Podcast.” Interview by Anna Brecke for the Mary Elizabeth Braddon Association Blog, 2017.