Journal Articles & Book Chapters
‘Controlling the clock–how showing and telling impact time in short-short fiction.’ New Writing: the international journal for the practice and theory of creative writing. (2019): 1-6.
'Size matters: class numbers and the creative writing workshop.’ TEXT Special Issue 51 (2018): 1-10.
‘Narrative Structure – Is it Making us Liars?: Truth and Autobiography in She Played Elvis.’ Offshoot Contemporary Life Writing Methodologies and Practice. UWA Publishing: Western Australia, 2018: 31-41.
‘Both sides now: the fear-less exegesis.’ Co-written with Hayley Scrivenor. TEXT Special Issue 44 (2017): 1-10.
‘Dumpster Diving: a family excursion.’ TEXT Creative Writing as Research IV, 30 (2015): 1-8.
‘Masturbating with Prostitutes: research and the realist novel.’ Minding the gap: Writing across thresholds and fault lines, Cambridge Scholars (2015).
‘Getting my hands dirty: research and writing’. TEXT Creative Writing as Research III. 27 (2014): 1-8.
‘WRIT101: ethics of representation for creative writers.’ Pedagogy – Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture. 9.1 (2009): 134-141.
‘Teaching and Learning as Improvisational Performance in the Creative Writing Classroom.’ Pedagogy – Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture. 5 .3 (2005): 471-482.
‘Constructing Time: Reading and writing time in short-short fiction’ The Radiance of the Short Story. Lee and Penn Publishing, 2019: 92-102.
‘Too Short to Bother With? A Case for Microfiction.’ Influence and Confluence: East and West, 2017: 52 - 64.
‘One page and counting – beginnings and narrative construction.’ The refereed proceedings of the 21st conference of the Annual Australasian Association of Writing Programs, University of Canberra: 2016.
‘Writing the (Othered) Self: Cultural Exchange and Creative Writing Pedagogy.’ Co-written with Dr Joshua Lobb. The refereed proceedings of the 20th conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne: 2015.
‘Discoursing love: The classroom. A fictional response to Roland Barthes.’ Creative Manoeuvres: Making, Saying, Being Papers – the Refereed Proceedings of the 18th Conference of the Australasian Association Of Writing Programs. Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand: 2013.
‘Can we inhabit (narrative) time?’ The Encounters: Place, Situation, Context Papers – the Refereed Proceedings of the 17th Conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs. Deakin: 2012. 1-8.
‘Radical Uncertainty: Judith Butler and a theory of character.’ The Ethical Imaginations: Writing Worlds Papers – the Refereed Proceedings of the 16th Conference of the Australasian Association of Writing programs. Ed. J. Conway-Herron, M. Costello & L. Hawryluk. Byron Bay: 2011.
‘Reading for peace? Literature as activism – an investigation into new literary ethics and the novel.’ Activating Human Rights and Peace: Universal Responsibility Conference. Ed. R. Garbutt. Lismore, NSW: Southern Cross University. Byron Bay: 2008. 233-239.
‘Uncertainty and Praxis in the Creative Writing Classroom.’ The Refereed Proceedings of the 13th conference of the Australian Association of Writing Programs. Ed. D. Brien & L. Neave. Sydney: 2008.
‘Literary Ethics and the Novel, or Can the Novel Save the World?.’ ‘and is’ papers: proceedings of the 12th conference of the Australian Association of Writing Programs. Ed. J. Webb & J. Williams. Canberra: 2007. 1-9.
‘Fictionalising True Histories: Ethics, Representation and Creative Writing.’ The 11th Annual Conference of the Australian Association of Writing Programs. Brisbane: 2006.
‘Structuring Narrative, Maintaining ‘Truth’.’ The 10th Annual Conference of the Australian Association of Writing Programs. November: 2005.
‘Performing the Writer/Teacher Duality.’ The 9th Annual Conference of the Australian Association of Writing Programs. November: 2004.