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The Fabulous Dark Cloister: Romance in England after the Reformation. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2011). 

     Reviewed in: Criticism, Renaissance Quarterly, Times Literary Supplement, Sixteenth Century Studies Journal, Choice, Religion and Literature, Sidney Journal, Spenser Review.

“ The Shakespearean International Yearbook, Volume 15: Special Section, Shakespeare and the Human
Edited by Tom Bishop, Alexa Huang, and Tiffany Jo Werth

What makes Shakespeare centrally 'exceptional' to the current humanities curriculum, a measure and minimum unit for University administrations and the general public to recognise the activity of 'the humanities'? The essays in this issue of the Yearbook ask how we might push this question beyond categories of the exceptional, the superlative, the above, beyond, below, or even the normative, in order to scale Shakespeare historically, canonically, and ontologically in relation to 'the human'. In the now-established tradition of The Shakespearean International Yearbook, the 15th issue surveys important developments and topics of concern in contemporary Shakespeare studies. ”

Refereed Publications: Published and Forthcoming

Reviewed Journals
“‘Degendered’: Spenser's “yron man” in a “stonie” Age.” Spenser Studies: A Renaissance Poetry Annual. 30 (2015): 393-413.
  “Loving London Stone,” Upstart: A Journal of Renaissance English Studies. Feb. 14 (2014): 16 pp (no pagination). 
 “Atheist, Adulterer, Sodomite, Thief, Murderer, Lyer, Perjurer, Witch, Conjuror or Brute Beast? Discovering the Ungodly in Shakespeare’s England,” Literature Compass Online. Blackwell/Wiley. 10/2 (2013): 175–188.
 “The Reformation of Romance in Sir Philip Sidney’s New Arcadia,” English Literary Renaissance (ELR), Winter 2010, 33-55. Winner of the 2010 ELR Best Essay Prize. 
 “Great Miracle or Lying Wonder? Janus-Faced Romance in Pericles,” Shakespeare International Yearbook, August 2008, 183-203.

Invited Publications / Book Chapters

“Wondering in Henry VIII; or, All Is True,” Affective Economies on the early modern English Stage, ed. Ronda Arab, Adam Zucker and Michelle Dowd. (New York: Routledge, 2015), 111-123. 
“A Heart of Stone: the Ungodly in early modern England,” The Indistinct Human in Renaissance Literature, ed. Jean Feerick and Vin Nardizzi. (New York: Palgrave, 2012), 181-204. 
 “Britomart's Backward Glance: Liminal Triumphs and Dark Erotics in Busirane’s Mask of Cupid,” Spectacle and Public Performance in the Late Middle Ages and the Renaissance, ed. Robert Stillman (Leiden, Netherlands: Brill Academic Publishers, 2006), 79-104. 

Forthcoming Contributions. 

Editor. Semi-diplomatic transcription, critical edition of The Converted Robber, or Stonehenge a Pastoral (1635) co-edited with my Ph.D. Student Nathan Szymanski. Accepted at English Literary Renaissance.

Co-editor with Vin Nardizzi. Oecologies: Engaging the World, from Here. Under Consideration. 

 Non-Refereed Publications

Book Reviews

Review of Crawford, Julie, Mediatrixes: Women, Politics, and Literary Production in Early Modern England. Oxford University Press, 2014. Sidney Journal (Fall 2015): 135-40.

 Review of Das, Nandini, Renaissance Romance: The Transformation of English Prose Fiction, 1570-1620. Ashgate, 2011. Sidney Journal (Spring 2013): 156-58.

Review of Shakespeare and Religion: Early Modern and Postmodern Perspectives, eds. Kenneth Jackson and Arthur Marotti. Notre Dame University Press 2011. Renaissance Quarterly 65.1 (Spring 2012): 300-302.

Review of Essaying Shakespeare, by Karen Newman, The Journal of British Studies 49:2 (April 2010): 446-447.

Review of Used Books: Marking Readers in Renaissance England, by William Sherman and Memory’s Library: Medieval Books in Early Modern England, by Jennifer Summit. The Huntington Library Quarterly 72:3 (Fall 2009): 443-447.

Review of Romance for Sale in Early Modern England: The Rise of Prose Fiction, by Steve Mentz. The Journal of British Studies 46:4 (October 2007): 924-925.

Review of The English Romance in Time: Transforming Motifs from Geoffrey of Monmouth to the Death of Shakespeare, by Helen Cooper. Reformation 10 (2005). 921-22. 

Encyclopedia Entries 

  “Lewis Bayly” for The Encyclopedia of English Renaissance Literature, eds. Alan Stewart and Garrett A. Sullivan, Jr. (Oxford: Blackwell, 2012). 57-8.