with Rebecca Niles and Stacey Redick, “Implementing the Do-It-Yourself First Folio: from concept model to pedagogical tool,” for New Technologies in Medieval and Renaissance Studies (under consideration).
“Addresses to the Reader,” in Book Parts, ed. Dennis Duncan and Adam Smyth. Oxford University Press, forthcoming.
Co-written with Jessica Otis and Paige Morgan, “Identifying Early Modern Books: Challenges of Citation Practices in Book History and Early Modern Studies,” Archives Journal, http://www.archivejournal.net/essays/identifying-early-modern-books/.
Co-written with Abbie Weinberg, ‘O wiki’d wit and gift, that have the power / So to seduce!’: Creating a Public Collaborative Digital Space for a Special Collections Environment. Proceedings of the San Diego Digital Initiatives Symposium (April 2015).
“The Fragmented Armada: The Transmission of an Armada News Pamphlet,” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 53, no. 1 (Spring 2015): 107-130.
Co-written with Josh Mehler, “‘A Glass Case’: Reading and Reflecting with GIFs,” Computers and Composition Online (Spring 2014).
“‘The hearts of all sorts of people were enflamed’: Manipulating Readers of Spanish Armada News,”Book History 17 (2014): 94–116.
“Henry V, first edition,” “Henry V, second edition,” “Henry V, third edition,” in Shakespeare Documented. Folger Shakespeare Library.
“Joan Kingston Robinson Orwin” and the headnote on “Printers,” in A Biographical Encyclopedia of Early Modern Englishwomen. Eds. Carole Levin, Anna Riehl Bertolet, Jo Eldridge Carney. Routledge, 2016.
“Caxton, William.” in The Encyclopedia of English Renaissance Literature. Ed. Garrett Sullivan and Alan Stewart. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012, 3000 words.
(April 2019) review of Alan R. Young, Steam-Driven Shakespeare, or Making Good Books Cheap: Five Victorian Illustrated Editions (New Castle, Delaware: Oak Knoll Press, 2017), for Modern Language Review.
(2018) review of Hunter, Michael, project dir. Bpi:1700: British Printed Images to 1700. Digital Library. Birkbeck: University of London, 2009. Accessed 22 January 2018. http://www.bpi1700.org.uk/. for Renaissance and Reformation 41, no. 4, and Early Modern Digital Review.
(January 2018) review of Richard Coulton, Matthew Mauger, and Christopher Reid. Stealing Books in Eighteenth-Century London (London: Palgrave MacMillan. 2016), for Modern Language Review.
(July 2017) review of John Bugg, ed. The Joseph Johnson Letterbook (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016), for Modern Language Review, 112, no. 3: 685-686.
(January 2017) review of Stephen Bernard, ed. Literary Correspondences of the Tonsons (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015), for Modern Language Review, 112, no. 1.
(2016) review of The Making of a Broadside Ballad. Edited by Patricia Fumerton, Andrew Griffin, and Carl Stahmer. EMC Imprint at UCSB, 2016, http://press.emcimprint.english.ucsb.edu/the-making-of-a-broadside-ballad/index. http://www.english.cam.ac.uk/spenseronline/review/item/46.1.15/
(2015) review of Lindsay Ann Reid. Ovidian Bibliofictions and the Tudor Book: Metamorphosing Classical Heroines in Late Medieval and Renaissance England, for SHARPNews 24, no. 3: 8.
(2014) Review of Jeffrey Todd, Bound to Read: Compilations, Collections, and the aking of Renaissance Literature, for Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 108, no. 3: 356–60.
(2014) Review of Germaine Warkentin, Joseph L. Black, and William R. Bowen, eds., The Library of the Sidneys of Penshurst Place, circa 1665, for Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 108, no. 3: 361–4.