- The Contemporary Post-Apocalyptic Novel: Critical Temporalities and the End Times. London: Bloomsbury, 2020. Read the book’s introduction here.
- “Critical Temporalities: Station Eleven and the Contemporary Post-Apocalyptic Novel.” Open Library of Humanities 4.2 (2018).
- “‘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 59.2 (2018): 243-57.
- “The Representational Impasse of Post-Apocalyptic Fiction: The Pesthouse by Jim Crace.” Altre Modernità 9 (2013): 66-80.
- “McJobs and Veal Fattening Pens: Work and Futurity in Generation X.” ASAP/J, “Thirty Years of Generation X” Thinking With cluster, November 2020. This piece is part of a cluster of essays celebrating the 2021 30-year anniversary of the publication of Generation X – you can find the other essays and a recorded roundtable on the novel here.
- “‘Every day is like Sunday’: Reading the Time of Lockdown via Douglas Coupland“. boundary 2 online, 13 May 2020.
- “Contemporary Canonicity (or, what not to read)”. Alluvium 7.1 (2019). (Co-authored with Rachel Sykes and Arin Keeble).
- “Introduction: The Literature of the Anthropocene.” The Literature of the Anthropocene. Special issue of C21 Literature: Journal of 21st-Century Writing 6.1 (2018). (Co-authored with Daniel Cordle).
- “Contemporary Studies Network Roundtable: Responding to Robert Macfarlane’s ‘Generation Anthropocene’.” Open Library of Humanities 3.1 (2017). (Co-authored with Rachel Sykes et al.).
- “The Politics of the Archive in Nineteen Eighty-Four”. The Cambridge Companion to George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four. Ed. Nathan Waddell. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020.
- “‘What’s the plot, man?’: Alternate History and the Sense of an Ending in David Means’ Hystopia”. 21st Century US Historical Fiction: Contemporary Responses to the Past. Ed. Ruth Maxey. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. 229-44.
- “‘False patterns out of chaos’: Writing beyond the Sense of an Ending in Being Dead and The Pesthouse” in Jim Crace: Into the Wilderness. Ed. Katy Shaw and Kate Aughterson. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. 65-79.
Edited Journal Special Issues:
- “The Literature of the Anthropocene”, a special issue of C21 Literature: Journal of 21st-Century Writing (2018), co-edited with Daniel Cordle.
- “Station Eleven and Twenty-First-Century Writing”, a special issue of Open Library of Humanities (2018), co-edited with Daniel King.
- Contemporary Studies Network Roundtable: Review of Amy Hungerford, Making Literature Now. Journal of American Studies 52.4 (2018): 1122-1136. (Co-authored with Rachel Sykes, Arin Keeble, and Judie Newman).
- Review of Julian Murphet and Mark Steven, eds. Styles of Extinction: Cormac McCarthy’s The Road. The Esse Messenger 27.1 (2018).
- Review of Andrew Tate, Apocalyptic Fiction. The Glass 30 (2018): 63-66.
- “Low Theory for the End of Pre-History: A Review of McKenzie Wark, Molecular Red: Theory for the Anthropocene”. Postmodern Culture 27.1 (2016).
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