Creative Nonfiction

To appear. “Sts. Anthony, Pray for Us.” Not Ghosts, but Spirits, volume 4, edited by Emily Perkovich. Querencia Press.

To appear. “Coats, Idols, and Other Stolen Things.” No Tokens.

2024. “The Import Shop.” Querencia (Winter): 164–8.

2023. “The Rosary of Thanatos.” Room 46.3: 9–11.

             “When the Words Came Back to Me.” The Times of Israel (30 May).

2022. “Learning to Pink.” the gamut mag 2: 8–9.

2016. “The God of Abraham, Sarah, and Hagar.” Feminism & Religion (25 October).

2010. “On a Friend Who Is on Display in the New York Public Library.” Word in the World: Concordia University Graduate Journal in Theological Studies 3, no. 1: 80–1.


2023. “The Last Ride of Rivke Grinkin.” Luna Station Quarterly 56.

             “Mr. Wozniak’s Seder.” In The Librarian Reshelved, edited by Todd Sanders, 89–101. Pittsburgh: Air & Nothingness Press.


To appear. “‘Find Our Story Where the Lines Meet’ : A Review of Vandana Khanna’s Burning Like Her Own Planet.” Psaltery & Lyre.

2023. “Review of Arthur Green’s Well of Living Insight.” Gashmius 2.

             “The Vast Expanse of Water: A Review of Elisheva Fox’s Spellbook for the Sabbath Queen.” ANMLY (2 May).

2022. “Book Review: Woman as Communion by Megan McDermott.” Psaltery & Lyre (28 November).

Academic & Professional Writing

(Peer review indicated in bold.)

2021. “Barthian Reflections on the Role of Open Access and Electronic Publishing in Defining Digital Theology.” Cursor_ Zeitschrift für explorative theologie 3 (25 August).

            “Lesbian Resistance to Feminism in Annalinde Matichei’s The Flight of the Silver Vixen.” MOSF Journal of Science Fiction 5, no. 1: 11–25.

2020. “The Hidden Language Policy of China’s Research Evaluation Reform.” Contemporary China Center Blog (4 November 2020). Subsequently republished in Séagh Kehoe, “Language Politics,” in Cultural China 2020: The Contemporary China Centre Review, edited by Séagh Kehoe and Gerda Wielander, 117–21. London: University of Westminster Press, 2021.

            “The Still Center as Invented Topos: Static Pilgrimage in Aristasia.” International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage 8, no. 3: 77–86.

            “Digital Humanities and Critical Engagement: The Case of the Scottish Corpus of Texts & Speech and Wee Windaes.” In Transformative Digital Humanities: Challenges and Opportunities, edited by Marta Deyrup and Mary Balkun. Routledge.

            “ICCPR Article 27 as a Basis for Multilingual Library Services: Implications of Treaty Implementation in the US Context.” International Journal of Librarianship 5, no. 1: 61–77.

2019. “Functions of the Guanyin Image in Mediating a Christian Tradition: The Filianic Reception of Guanyin as a Case Study in Transreligious Theology.” International Journal of Buddhist Thought & Culture 29, no. 2: 207–32.

            “Confronting Linguistic Bias: The Case for an Open Human Language.” In The Open Organization Guide for Educators: Transformative Teaching and Learning for a Rapidly Changing World, edited by Bryan Behrenshausen, 163–9. Red Hat.

            “Libraries and Language Preservation: A Defining Generational Moment.” Journal of New Librarianship 4, no. 1: 137–41.

            “Linguistic Equity as Open Access: Internationalizing the Language of Scholarly Communication.” Journal of Academic Librarianship.

            “Twenty Years of Theological Markup Languages: A Retro- and Prospective.” Theological Librarianship 12, no. 1: 40–9.

            “Academic Travel Culture Is Not Only Bad for the Planet, It Is Also Bad for the Diversity and Equity of Research.” LSE Impact Blog, 19 March. [Ranked as most-viewed post of 2019.]

            “La bibliothèque n’a pas détruit le français (mais elle va le faire revivre): Roles for Louisiana’s Academic Libraries in French Revitalization.” CODEX: The Journal of the Louisiana Chapter of the ACRL 5, no. 2: 87–101.

2018. “Druidry,” “Elders and Priestesses,” “Heathenry,” “Neo Paganism,” and “Radha and Gopi Girls.” In Encyclopedia of Women in World Religions: Faith and Culture Across History (vols. 1 & 2), edited by Susan De-Gaia. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.