“Science Fiction, Affect, and Crip Self-Invention—Or, How Philip K. Dick Made Me Disabled.” Negotiating Disability: Disclosure and Higher Education. Ed. Stephanie L. Kerschbaum, Laura T. Eisenman, and James M. Jones. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2017.
“Disability and Blackness.” The Disability Studies Reader, 4th edition, ed. Lennard J. Davis. New York: Routledge, 2013.
Reference Articles: “Jim Thompson” and “Samuel Delany.” The Encyclopedia of 20th Century American Fiction, eds. David Madden, Justus Nieland, and Patrick O’Donnell. Boston: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011.
“Identity-Shopping and Postwar Self-Improvement in Patricia Highsmith’s Strangers on a Train.” jml: Journal of Modern Literature 33.4 (Summer 2010).
Reference Articles: “The Black Panther Party” and “The Men.” Encyclopedia of American Disability History, ed. Susan Burch. New York: Facts on File, 2009.
“The Resistant Body: Disability, History, and Classical Heroism in Whitehead’s Apex Hides the Hurt.” Engaging Tradition, Making It New: Essays on Teaching Recent African American Literature, eds. Stephanie Brown and Eva Tettenborn. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008.
“Introduction: Thirty-Three Years of the Fifties” and “Afterword: The Conditions of Reception” in Invisible Suburbs: Recovering Protest Fiction in the 1950s United States, ed. Josh Lukin. Jackson, MS: University of Mississippi Press, 2008.
“About Samuel Delany.” the minnesota review 65-66 (Fall 2006).
“Cold War Masculinity in the Early Work of Kate Wilhelm.” Daughters of Earth: Twentieth Century Feminist Science Fiction, ed. Justine Larbalestier. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan UP, 2006.
“Patricia Highsmith’s Strangers on a Train as Tragedy of Manners.” Paradoxa: Studies in World Literary Genres 18 (Summer 2003).
“Aspects of the Western Hero in Jim Thompson’s The Killer Inside Me.” Paradoxa: Studies in World Literary Genres 9 (July 1998).
“‘I’m Not Your Boss’: The Paradox of the Anarchist Superhero.” Anarchist Studies 5.2 (October 1997).
Book Review: “Phil Smith (ed.): Both Sides of the Table: Autoethnographies of Educators Learning and Teaching With/In [Dis]Ability.” Radical Teacher 101 (February 2015).
Book Review: “Revolting Spectacles” (on Robin Blyn’s The Freak-Garde: Extraordinary Bodies and Revolutionary Art in America). Twentieth-Century Literature 60.2 (Summer 2014).
“Do We Have to be Strong? Disability Discussions at WisCon 36.” with Ann Keefer. The WisCon Chronicles 7: Shattering Ableist Narratives. ed. JoSelle Vanderhooft. Seattle: Aqueduct, 2013.
“Ishmael in Love: Anne Finger and the Reclamation of Disability.” Cascadia Subduction Zone: A Literary Quarterly 2:1, January 2012.
“History, Heresy, Hegemony: On the Significance of Chandler Davis”; “The Untimely Rhetoric of Chandler Davis’s Essays”; and “Alternatives to Reverence” in It Walks in Beauty: Selected Prose of Chandler Davis, ed. Josh Lukin. Seattle: Aqueduct, 2010.
“It’s Not About Identity: Report and Reflections.” with Liz Henry. The WisCon Chronicles Volume 3: Carnival of Feminist SF. ed. Liz Henry. Seattle: Aqueduct, 2009.
“Black Disability Studies.” Temple University Faculty Herald 36 (February 14, 2006).
Book review: “Justine Larbalestier: The Battle of the Sexes in Science Fiction.” MLN 117.5 (December 2002).
“‘This Sense of Worthlessness’: Ideals of Success in Philip K. Dick’s Humpty Dumpty in Oakland.” New York Review of Science Fiction 152 (April 2001).
Book review: “David Cochran: America Noir: Underground Writers and Filmmakers of the Postwar Era.” MLN 115.5 (December 2000).
“Recovering Oscar Wilde.” Exquisite Corpse: A Journal of Books and Ideas 52 (July 1995).
“Childish Things: Nostalgia and Guilt in Grant Morrison’s Comics.” The Comics Journal 176 (April 1995).
“Bridging Two Cultures with Whitman and Medawar.” Exquisite Corpse: A Journal of Books and Ideas 45 (January 1994).
“’Pity Is Always Shadowed by Contempt’: An Interview with Anne Finger.” Wordgathering: A Journal of Disability Poetry and Literature 7.2, June 2012.
“A Different Kind of Left: A Conversation with Chandler Davis.” Cascadia Subduction Zone: A Literary Quarterly 1:1, January 2011.
“Part of Us that Can’t Be Touched: An Interview with Jennifer Egan.” Guernica Magazine, July 2010.
“The Wiggle-Room of Theory: An Interview with Samuel R. Delany.” the minnesota review 65-66 (Fall 2006). Reprinted in Conversations with Samuel R. Delany, ed. Carl Freedman. Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, August 2009.
“An Interview with L. Timmel Duchamp.” Fantastic Metropolis (website) 31 July 2004.
“Paradoxa Interview with William Tenn: A Jew’s-Eye View of the Universe.” Paradoxa: Studies in World Literary Genres 18 (Summer 2003). Reprinted in Dancing Naked: The Unexpurgated William Tenn. Framingham, MA: NESFA Press, September 2004.
“Paradoxa Interview with Chandler Davis: Trying to Say Something True.” Paradoxa: Studies in World Literary Genres 18 (Summer 2003). Reprinted in It Walks in Beauty: Selected Prose of Chandler Davis. Seattle: Aqueduct, 2010.