Writing Childbirth: Women’s Rhetorical Agency in Labor and Online. Studies in Rhetorics and Feminisms series. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 2015.

Forthcoming Articles and Book Chapters

Writing My Body, Writing My Health: A Rhetorical Autoethnography.Women’s Health Activism. Eds. Jamie White-Farnham, Bryna Siegel-Finer, and Cathryn Molloy. Rutgers UP. Forthcoming 2019.

Handling Sexual Assault Reports as WPA.” The Things We Carry: Strategies for Recognizing and Negotiating Emotional Labor in Writing Program Administration, Eds. Courtney Adams Wooten, Jacob Babb, Kristi Murray Costello, Kate Navickas. University of Colorado/Utah State UP. Forthcoming 2019.

Your Book Has Arrived! Now What? Explanation Points: Publishing in Rhetoric and Composition. Eds. Danielle DeVoss and John Gallagher. University of Colorado/Utah State UP. Forthcoming 2019. 
Peer-Reviewed Articles
Two Problem-Based Assignments: Writing Health and Disability.” Assay: A Journal of Nonfiction Studies, vol. 5, no. 2. Spring 2019. 
In Lak’Ech, The Chicano Clap, and Fear: A Partial Rhetorical Autopsy of Tucson’s Now-Illegal Ethnic Studies Classes.College English, vol. 80, no. 3, 2018: pp. 247-270. (Acceptance rate: 5%)

Writing With(out) Pain: Computing Injuries and the Role of the Body in Writing Activity.” Co-authored with Derek Van Ittersum. Computers and Composition 30.4 (2013): 87-100.

“Reviews and Reactions: A Rhetorical-Cultural Analysis of The Business of Being Born.Rhetoric Review 30.3 (2011): 293-311.

“Mothers’ Ways of Making it—or Making do?: Making (Over) Academic Lives in Rhetoric and Composition with Children.” Co-authored with Christine Peters Cucciare, Deborah Morris, Lee Nickoson, and Mary Sheridan. Composition Studies 39.1 (2011): 41-61.

“Rhetorics of E-Health and Information Age Medicine: A Risk-Benefit Analysis.”
Response essay. JAC 31.1-2 (2011): 225-235. (Solicited by journal editor.)

“‘Look Ma, No Hands!’: Voice-Recognition Software, Writing, and Ancient Rhetoric.” Enculturation 7 (2010).

“Confronting Rhetorical Disability: A Critical Analysis of Women’s Birth Plans.”  Written Communication 26.3 (2009): 247-272.  DOI: 10.1177/0741088308329217.

Teaching the Six—and Beyond.” Pedagogy 9.3 (2009): 389-397.


Chapters in Peer-Reviewed Edited Collections
“Growing Pains: University of Rhode Island’s Major in Writing & Rhetoric.” The Writing Major: 18 Profiles. Eds. Greg Giberson, et al. Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, 2015. 36-46. Co-authored with Libby Miles and Michael Pennell.

“On Being Lucky.” Joy Interrupted: An Anthology on Motherhood and Loss. Ironton, MO: Fat Daddy’s Farm Press, 2013. 116-119.

Revelations and Representations: Birth Stories and Motherhood on the Internet.Textual Mothers/Maternal Texts: Mothering in Contemporary Women’s Literatures. Eds. Elizabeth Podnieks and Andrea O’Reilly. West Waterloo, Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2010. 349-364.

Book Reviews

Review of Embodying the Problem, by Jenna Vinson. Peitho. Forthcoming 2019.

Review of Rhetoric of Pregnancy, by Marika Seigel. Rhetoric Review 34.1 (2015): 102-106.

Review of Our Bodies Ourselves and the Work of Writing, by Susan Wells. Rhetoric Society Quarterly 41.2 (2011): 194-197. DOI: 10.1080/02773945.2011.536457

Editorially Reviewed Pieces

“Pumping on the Market.” Inside Higher Ed. 23 August 2010.

Thinking Vertically.” Co-authored with Libby Miles, Michael Pennell, Jeremiah Dyehouse, Helen O’Grady, Nedra Reynolds, Robert A. Schwegler, and Linda Shamoon. College Composition and Communication. 59.3 (2008): 503-511.

Featured Classroom Activity: Draw a Fish.” Instructor’s Manual for Fieldworking: Reading and Writing Research. Boston: Bedford St. Martin’s, 2007. (Solicited by manual editor.)