Though my publishing credits primarily include non-fiction and essays, I have also published fiction. This is a partial list of recent work. You can find a more complete list of work on Comic Book Resources (CBR). Samples of reviews and interviews are available upon request.

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"Hawkeye: Marvel's Response to Online Harassment.The Mary Sue. 11 Jan. 2017. Web.

"A Note from the Kumamoto Recovery.Polestar. May 2016. 9. Web.

"Dispatches from the Kumamoto Quake Zone.Japan Times. 20 Apr. 2016. Web.

"Unmasking Japan: The Most Necessary Accessory.Connect. Mar. 2016. 32-35. Web. 

"Failure to Communicate." YOKA.  Winter 2016. Web.

"Hajimemashite, Japan." YOKA. Summer 2015. 2-3. Web.


"Why Brie Larson Finally Accepted Her Captain Marvel Role." CBR. 25 Apr. 2017. Web.

"Bendis on Spider-Man: Homecoming's Ned/Ganke Debate." CBR. 06 Apr. 2017. Web.

"Mads Mikkelsen Walked Out of His Fantastic Four Audition." CBR. 16 Mar. 2017. Web.

"How Canada Must Respond to Trump's Refugee Ban.STAND Canada. 12 Feb. 2017. Web.

"Abstentions Defeat South Sudan Arms Embargo.STAND Canada. 28 Jan. 2017. Web.

"The Yasukuni Controversy." Connect. Nov. 2015. 16-17. Web. 


"Views from Kumamoto: What Were Your Experiences of the Quakes and Their Aftermath?" Japan Times. 20 Apr. 2016. Web & Print.

Academic Work

Traumatic Appropriation in Maus and In The Shadow of No Towers. MA thesis. University of Calgary, 2016. Web.


ComicsVerse. Section Head: Small Publications. 2016-2017. Web.

Connect. Copy Editor. 2015-2016. http://ajet.net/ajet-connect/. Web.

SightLines. Editor-in-Chief. 2011-2013. Print.


"Calgarian in Japan Shares Experiences of Living Through Two Earthquakes." The Calgary Herald. 15 Apr. 2016. Web.