Peer-reviewed journal articles
[Forthcoming] “’Time, no arrow, no boomerang, but a concertina’: Cloud Atlas and the Anti-Apocalyptic Critical Temporalities of the Contemporary Post-Apocalyptic Novel.” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction.
“The Representational Impasse of Post-Apocalyptic Fiction: The Pesthouse by Jim Crace.” Altre Modernità 9 (2013): 66-80. DOI: https://doi.org/10.13130/2035-7680/2987
Chapters in edited collections
[Forthcoming] “Beyond the Sense of an Ending: The Pesthouse and Being Dead.” Jim Crace: Into the Wilderness. Ed. Kate Aughterson and Katy Shaw. Basingstoke: Palgrave.
[Forthcoming] “’Borrowed time and borrowed world’: Anti-Apocalyptic Chronotopes in The Road.” Carrying the Fire: Cormac McCarthy’s The Road and the Apocalyptic Tradition. Ed. Rick Wallach. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.
Edited special issues
[Forthcoming] Station Eleven and Twenty-First-Century Writing. Special collection of Open Library of Humanities.
[Forthcoming] The Literature of the Anthropocene. Special issue of C21 Literature: Journal of 21st-Century Writing.
Public engagement pieces
“Contemporary Studies Network Roundtable: Responding to Robert Macfarlane’s ‘Generation Anthropocene’.” Open Library of Humanities 3.1 (2017). DOI: http://doi.org/10.16995/olh.153
[Forthcoming] “ANT Contemporary Literary Studies”. Contemporary Studies Network Roundtable rev. of Hungerford A., Making Literature Now. Journal of American Studies.
“Low Theory for the End of Pre-History.” Rev. of McKenzie W., Molecular Red: Theory for the Anthropocene. Postmodern Culture 27.1 (2017).