“Inverting Aristotle’s Relationship between Invention and Pathos: 17 Students Write to the Freedom Writers.” In Craig Wynn’s Preserving Emotion in Student Writing: Innovation in Composition Pedagogy. Peter Lang. (2021). Print and digital.
“The Female Frankenstein: Naming Practices Constructing What it Means to Be a Woman.” In Star Medzerian Vanguri’s Rhetorics of Names and Naming. Routledge. (2016): Print and digital.
“Sustaining Community-Engaged Projects: Making Visible the Invisible Labor of Composition Faculty.” (with Barbara George). Academic Labor: Research and Artistry. 3.1 (Fall 2019): Web.
“Beyond ‘Digital’: What Women’s Activism Reveals About Material Multimodal Composition Pedagogy.” Journal of Multimodal Rhetorics. (Spring 2017): Web.
“Learner-Audience Connections: Using Music to Enhance Rhetorical Understandings of Communication.” The Atrium: A Journal of Academic Voices. (Spring 2016): Web.
“‘My sister went to Steubenville, OH and all I got was this lousy shirt’: Composing Feminist Activism with the Clothesline Project.” Gender Forum (special issue: Early Career Researchers II) (Fall 2014): Web.
“Loren Eiseley’s ‘Our Own True Notebook’: Engaging Students in Effective Reflection.” Pupil: A Sourcebook for Teachers of Rhetoric and Composition. (July 2014): Web & Print.
“‘Just a Graduate Student’: Doctoral Students in Writing Program Administrative Positions.” (with Nicole Caswell). In Progress. 3 (Fall 2013): Web.
“Using Cognitive Psychology and Emotion to Inform the Teaching of Writing as Social Practice.” Barnolipi: An International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. 3.2 (August 2013): Web. (no longer available online but can be requested from author)
The Best of Independent Rhetoric and Composition Journals 2018. Associate Editor. (Fall 2018): Print.
“An Examination of Know My Name.” The InStepp Blog. (June 2020). Web.
"Until We Can Do Something Else." Silvana East. (October 2019). Web
“Choose To Be Strong One Choice At A Time.” Thought Catalog. (Fall 2016). Web.
“Elegant Quality.” Shot Glass Journal. 20 (Fall 2016): Web.
“Cardiology.” Survive and Thrive: A Journal for Medical Humanities and Narrative as Medicine. 1.1 (Fall 2014): Web.