"The Trope of the Translator: (Re)Writing history in Heather O'Neill's The Girl Who Was Saturday Night and Claire Holden Rothman's My October. Accepted in Canadian Literature.

"Messy Confessions: Sheila Heti's How Should a Person Be?" Accepted in Avant Canada: Poets, Prophets, Revolutionaries. Eds. Gregory Betts, Christian Bök and Karis Shearer.

“'At the End of Everything': Confession and Critique in Michel Tremblay's Damnée Manon, Sacrée Sandra. ESC: English Studies in Canada 41.2-3 (2015): 43-64. 

“'The Suitable Language of Love': Confessional Discourse in By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept.Studies in Canadian Literature/Études en littérature canadienne 39.2 (Spring 2015): 45-61.

“Paratactics: Marie-Claire Blais's Feminist Praxis in Soifs. Québec Studies 52 (Fall 2011/Winter 2012): 123-136.

Book Reviews

"Scorching Air." Review of Catherine Owen, Dear Ghost and Sina Queyras, My Ariel. Canadian Literature (forthcoming).

“Pushing Boundaries.” Review of Catherine Leroux, The Party Wall (trans. Lazer Lederhendler) and Vickie Gendreau, Testament (trans. Aimee Wall). Canadian Literature (forthcoming).

“Mind and Body.” Review of Jan Zwicky, Wittgenstein Elegies & Nicole Brossard, Ardour.” Canadian Literature (Spring/Summer 2016): 235-37.

"'Solo Protests Against Solitude': A Review of Steven Heighton's The Waking Comes Late." The Puritan 34 (Summer 2016). 

"'Makes you want to talk about baseball': A Conversation on Andrew Forbes's The Utility of Boredom.The Puritan 34 (Summer 2016).

“A Product of Its Time: Heather O’Neill’s The Girl Who Was Saturday Night.” The Puritan summer supplement (“À la prochaine fois: 1995 and the Literature of Post-Referendum Québec”).

“The Direction in Which We Are Currently Headed.” (review of Susannah Showler's Failure to Thrive.) GUTS: Canadian Feminist Magazine blog.


“The Witnessed Self: A Conversation with Molly Peacock.” With Heather White. The Puritan 38 (summer 2017).

"'Beware: It's Going to Be Very Personal': An Interview with Guillaume Morissette." The Puritan (Spring 2016).

"Rusty Talk with Laura Clarke." The Rusty Toque.  December 22, 2015.

“Irradiated Mutants and Psychopathic Poems: A Conversation with Michael Lista.” The Puritan XXVII.

Selected Conference Papers

2017 “Dissolving Boundaries: Ferrante, Feminism, Autofiction.” ACCUTE, Congress, Ryerson University, May 27-30.

2017 “Translating the Solitudes: Trends in Anglophone Fiction from Quebec.” Mikinaakominis/TransCanadas Conference, Toronto, ON, May 25-27.

2016 “The Trope of the Translator: Cultural Hybridity in 20th Century Anglo-Québécois Fiction.” ACQS, Portland, Maine, November 3-6.

2016 “Love and Affec(ta)tion: Sheila Heti’s How Should a Person Be? and the Post-Avant.” Maladies of the Soul, Emotion, Affect; Banff, AB, September 22-25. 

2016 "(Un)thinking the Past: Representations of Historical Conflict in Québec." Le Québec dans les Amériques: la nouvelle recherche en études québécoises, Washington, DC, Jan. 15-16. 

2015 “After the Crisis: The Post-Sovereigntist Novel in Québec.” Crisis and Beyond: The Literatures of Canada and Quebec, Innsbruck, Austria, Sep. 30-Oct. 2, 2015.

2015 “Sources of the Self(ie).” NeMLA, Toronto, Apr. 30-May 3.

2014 “Glorious Impossibility: The Use and Abuse of Religion in The Double Hook.” Avant Canada: Artists, Prophets, Revolutionaries, Brock University, St. Catharines, Nov. 5-7.

2014 “out of the or/binary: Religious Oscillation in The Martyrology.” At the Corner of Mundane and Sacred: a bpNichol Symposium, Brock University, St. Catharines, Nov. 7.

2014 “Late Trains: By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept as Late Modernist Text.” ACCUTE, Congress, Brock University, St. Catharines. May 24-27.

2013 “Confessions from the Internet.” Media Fever! Religion as Mediation, University of Toronto, Apr. 11-12.

2011 “Getting It Off Your Chest: Confession in a Digital Age.” ACLA Annual Conference, UBC, Vancouver, March 31-Apr. 3.

2009 “Manufactured Beauty: Edward Burtynsky and the Aesthetics of Nature.” CCLA, Congress, Carleton University, Ottawa, May 23-25.

2008 “Putting the Matter Concretely: Concrete Poetry in Translation.” ACLA Annual Conference, California State University, Long Beach, Apr. 24-27.