Selected Publications

with Kristen Darch. “Whose CanLit: Solidarity and Accountability in Literary Communities” in Refuse: CanLit in Ruins. Eds. Hannah McGregor, Julie Rak, and Erin Wunker. Toronto: Book*hug, 2018. 177–183

Mama’s Routine. This Magazine July/August 2018: 32.

In Conversation with Vivek Shraya, editor of VS.BooksShameless Magazine (blog). 18 May 2018.

Cautious Optimism and CanLit. Canadian Women in the Literary Arts. 21 December 2017.

New organization to test rural water quality when government doesn’t. Nova Scotia Advocate. 6 October 2017.

Beyond Inclusion: Twenty Years of Writing Thru Race. Ricepaper Magazine 20.4 2016: 20–23.

Gary Gets Angry SometimesUnderstorey Magazine 9: Home and Away. Dec 2016.

In Conversation with Shani Mootoo, author of Moving Forward Sideways Like a Crab. CWILA.com, 7 March 2016.

with Daniel McNeil. Diversity, Art, and the Academy: The Revolution Will Be Live. Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Carleton University. Feb 22 2016.

The River, The People and The Industry: The damming history of the Ottawa River Watershed. The Leveller 8.3 Nov/Dec 2015:6.

Nothing to Lose But Our Fear: Resistance in Dangerous Times by Fiona JeffriesBriarpatch Magazine 44.5 Sept/Oct 2015: 36.

In Conversation with Alex Leslie, author of The Things I Heard About You. Matrix Magazine, 18 January 2015.

In Conversation with Larissa Lai and Rita Wong, authors of Sybil Unrest. Lemon Hound, 20 June 2014.

Beyond Autoethnography: Fictocriticism as a Feminist Writing StrategySouth Asian Review 34.3 2013: 103–120.

Steak SpiceA Showcase of Experimental Women’s Writing. Spec. issue of Filling Station Magazine 57 Nov 2013: 35.

with Kristen Darch. Beyond BullyingBriarpatch Magazine 42.5 Sept/Oct 2013: 40.

— reprinted in Strategies for Successful Writing: A Rhetoric, Research Guide, Reader, and Handbook, 6th ed. Pearson Education Inc. 2015: 433

Interview with Maude Barlow, author of Blue Future and National Chairperson of Council of Canadians, on OPIRG Roots Radio on CKCU 93.1FM, October 1 2013.

Expect Expectations: Reading “Ethnic” Literature Through a Multicultural LensPlenitude: Your Queer Arts and Literature Magazine. Feb 2013.

A Canadian state, devouring its citizensVancouver Observer. 14 December 2012.

“Bullying” is too vague when we’re dealing with sexism and misogynyThe Georgia Straight. 15 October 2012.

Vamps, Heroines, Otherwise: Diasporic Women Resisting EssentialismTopia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies 26 2011: 127–144.

Clean Up Time. Walk Myself Home: An Anthology to End Violence Against Women. Ed. Andrea Routley. Halfmoon Bay: Caitlin Press, 2010. 40–46

The Mirror. Rain and ThunderIssue 46: Spring 2010.