- Ph.D. – English, City University of New York Graduate Center
- M.A. – English, Université de Montréal
- B.A. – English, Concordia University
“Border Disputes: Spoken Word Poetry, Community, and Identity.” Liminalities, A Journal of Performance Studies. 2014. Forthcoming.
“How to Read with Your Ears: Poetry and Online Audio Archives.” Co-written with Karen Weingarten. Digital Assignments for the Literature Classroom: A Professional Resource. Ed. Tim Hetland. New York: Bedford St. Martin’s, 2014. Forthcoming.
“Punc’d: Towards a Poetics of Punctuation in the Novels of Gail Scott.” Open Letter 14.9. 2012. Special issue: “Gail Scott: Sentences on the Wall.” Ed. Lianne Moyes.
“Authoring Wikis: Rethinking Authorship through Digital Collaboration.” Co-written with Karen Weingarten. Radical Teacher 90. 2011. Special issue: “Teaching with Technology.”
“From Wax to Bits: Spoken Word Recordings in Canada.” Canadian Theatre Review 130. 2007. Special issue: “Spoken Word Performance.” Eds. T.L. Cowan and Rick Knowles.
“Eating Our Own Words: Spoken Word in Montreal.” Language Acts: Anglo-Québec Poetry, 1976 to the 21st Century. Eds. Jason Camlot and Todd Swift. Montreal: Véhicule Press, 2007.
My Own Devices: Airport Version. Montreal: Conundrum Press, 2006.
“On Performance, Narrative, Mnemotechnique, Glue, and Solvent.” Biting the Error: Writers Explore Narrative. Eds. Mary Burger et al. Toronto: Coach House Press, 2004.
The Worthwhile Flux. Montreal: Conundrum Press, 2004.
Writing as social project, writing pedagogy, multimodal composition, digital pedagogy, writing and speaking across the curriculum, orality, performance, cultural studies approaches to 20th-century and contemporary poetry in the US and Canada, creative non-fiction.
- Adolescent In Literature
- Capstone Seminar
- Creative Nonfiction
- Creative Writing
- English Composition I
- Grammar And Usage
- Rdng/Writing Across Disc II
- Science Fiction
- The Study of Literature