Publications

SELECTED SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS:

2016 “Chronically Ill, Critically Crip?: Poetry, Poetics and Dissonant Disabilities.” Disability Studies Quarterly. 36.4: n. pag. Web.

2015 “Queering Breast Cancer’s Affective Narratives – The Summer of Her Baldness and The L Word.” Special Issue: Queer/Affect. Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature. 48.1: 49-64. Print.

2014 “Counternarratives of Breast Cancer and Chronic Illness – Performing Disruption, Patienthood and Narrative Repair.” Special Issue: On Medicine. Performance Research. 19.4: 97-106. Print.

2011 “Feeling Angry: Breast Cancer Narratives, Cancer Prevention and Public Affects.” Canadian Woman Studies. Special Issue: Women and Cancer. 28.2/3: 117-122. Print.

2008 “Unfulfilled Promises: Troubling Trafficked Women in Eastern Promises.” Re-public: Re-imagining Democracy. Special Issue: Sexing Borders: n. pag. Web.

Translated into Greek: “Ανεκπλήρωτες υποσχέσεις: Προβληματισμός για το εμπόριο γυναικών στην ταινία Eastern Promises.” Re-public: Re-imagining Democracy. Special Issue: Φύλο και σύνορα.: n. pag. Web.

SELECTED POETRY PUBLICATIONS:

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“Sensorial.” Plenitude. Victoria. 1 (2012): 24-26.

31_1_cover“Pass Creek.” Room Magazine. Vancouver. 31.1 (2008): 50-61.

451prism1“Surge Narrows.” Prism International. Vancouver: University of British Columbia. 46:2 (2008): 55-58.

fh234“Vernacular Hearts.” The Fiddlehead. Fredericton: University of New Brunswick. 234 (2008): 59-62.

qwerty“Disquiet.” Qwerty. Fredericton: University of New Brunswick. 21 (2007): 9-12.

462prism“Indifferent Season.” Prism International. Vancouver: University of British Columbia. 45:1 (2006): 22-27.

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