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Articles and Book Chapters
- “A Vocation/Avocation.” Pedagogy: Critical
Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and
Culture 15.1 (Dec. 2014): 169-172.
- “From the Locked Room to the Globe: Space in Crime
Fiction,” Cross-Cultural Connections in Crime
Fictions. Ed Vivien Miller and Helen Oakley. Basingstoke:
Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. 7-23.
- “The Saw franchise and the representation of terror in
post-9/11 American film.” Australasian Journal of Popular
Culture, 1.3 (Nov. 2011): 341-348.
- "The Unusual Suspects: Celebrity, Conspiracy, and Objective
Violence in Glamorama." Bret Easton Ellis: American
Psycho, Glamorama and Lunar Park. Ed. Naomi Mandel. London:
Continuum, 2011. 69-83.
- "The Nonfiction Novel." The Cambridge History of the
American Novel. Ed. Leonard Cassuto, Claire Eby and Benjamin
Reiss. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2011. 986-1001.
- "The Devil You Know: Dexter and the 'Goodness' of American
Serial Killing." Dexter: Investigating Cutting Edge
Television. Ed Douglas Howard. London: I.B. Tauris, 2010.