Geography Lesson

Fiction and Creative Nonfiction

“Brave of Worms” in New South 10.2

“A New Regime in Paris” in Cargo Literary Issue no. 9

“Geography Lesson” in Meat for Tea (Rump Roast issue)

“Metro” in  Lowestoft Chronicle

“Stone Wall’ in Meat for Tea

“Cherubs” in 2007 O. Henry Prize Stories

“Cherubs” in The Massachusetts Review

“Pickpocket” in Pleiades

“The Emigrant” in The Briar Cliff Review

Valley Voices April 2017

 

Scholarship

“An Immigrant Mother’s ‘Revolt Against Silence’ in Edwidge Danticat’s Brother, I’m Dying.” Chapter in The Migrant Maternal: ‘Birthing’ New Lives Abroad. Eds. Anna Kuroczycka Schultes & Helen Vallianatos. Bradford, ON: Demeter Press, 2016.

Motherhood Memoirs: Mothers Creating/Writing Lives (co-edited with Nicole Willey; Demeter Press, 2013)

“Ethnic Mysteries: Genre, ‘Race,’ and the Power of Law.” American Multiculturalism and Ethnic Survival. Eds. Renate von Bardeleben, Sabina Matter-Seibel, and Klaus H. Schmidt. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2012.

Editor. “Nine Eleven + Ten in Literature, Popular Culture, and the Classroom.” Special cluster of essays in Modern Language Studies. 41:1 (Summer 2011). 10-107.

“Bodies of Law and Outlaw Bodies: Deforming the Mystery Genre in Mean Spirit.” Special Issue of Genre: Forms of Discourse and Culture. Editors Josh Lukin and Joe Moffett. XLII. 3 & 4 (fall & winter 2009).

“‘Mixing the Outside with the Inside’: Interior Geographies and Domestic Horizons in Gertrude Stein.” Intertwinings: Feminist Reflections on Maurice Merleau-Ponty. Editor Gail Weiss. Albany: SUNY Press, 2008. 111-127.