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A New Monster Manual, in Theory (Review of The Monster Theory Reader, ed. Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock)
A review of The Monster Theory Reader, edited by Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock (U of Minnesota P, 2020), in the SF studies journal Extrapolation vol. 62 no. 3 (2021). This is a post-print copy; the published version of record ...
Reading poetry and its paratexts for evidence of fair dealing: Mary Dalton’s Hooking, cento poetics, and copyright law
A close reading of Canadian poetry books’ citational paratexts — such as the copyright page, whose statements hold both intertextual information and legal consequence — argues that Canadian poetry publishers make extensive ...
Review of The Expanse (TV series)
(SFRA Review, 2021-05-04)
A co-authored review of The Expanse (TV series) for the opne-access online journal SFRA Review
Frankenstein Meets the FAANG Five: Figures of Monstrous Technology in Digital Media Discourse
(University of Delaware Press, 2022)
This chapter first reprises the twofold argument from my book The Medium Is the Monster: the argument that Mary Shelley's Frankenstein effectively reinvented the meaning of the word "technology" for modern English, and ...
Paratextual and "sampladelic" techniques for "committing centonism" in contemporary poetry published in Canada
(Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2022-04)
This chapter attempts to model a twofold method for reading centos ‒- poems composed wholly of excerpts from other works -‒ in relation to intellectual property (IP) law, in the context of contemporary poetry published in ...