(See also Marquette's online repository of my research. Want something you can't find? Email me!)

 

"Death Immortalized: Review of Cixin Liu's Death's End." The New Inquiry (October 2016).

 

"We Have Never Been Star Trek." BFI Sight & Sound (September 2016).

 

"Doktorvater." Reviews in Cultural Theory (August 2016).

 

"The Discovered Country." Los Angeles Review of Books (July 2016).

 

"Quiet, Too Quiet: Review of Cixin Liu's The Dark Forest." Los Angeles Review of Books (February 2016).

 

"From “A New Hope” to no hope at all: “Star Wars,” Tolkien and the sinister and depressing reality of expanded universes." Salon.com (December 2015).

 

"The Octavia E. Butler Papers." The Eaton Journal of Archival Research in Science Fiction 3.1 (November 2015): 42-53.

 

"Ecology 101." SFRA Review (November 2015).

 

"The Warm Equations: Review of Neal Stephenson's Seveneves and Kim Stanley Robinson's Aurora." Los Angeles Review of Books (June 2015).

"We're Sorry, The Final Frontier Is Closed." Cambridge University Press blog.

 

'I’d Rather Be in Afghanistan: Antinomies of Battle: Los Angeles.' Democratic Communiqué 26.2: "Media, Technology, and the Culture of Militarism: Watching, Playing and Struggling in the War Society." Eds. Robin Andersen and Tanner Mirrlees (Fall 2014): 39-54.

 

"Knowing No One’s Listening: Octavia Butler’s Unexpected Stories" and "'There's Nothing New / Under The Sun, / But There Are New Suns': Recovering Octavia E. Butler's Lost Parables." Los Angeles Review of Books (Summer 2014).

 

"Dystopia, Anti-Utopia, and the End of the World." SF Signal (May 2014).

 

"'Something Nightmares Are From': Metacommentary in Joss Whedon's The Cabin in the Woods." Slayage 10.2/11.1 (Fall 2013/Winter 2014).

 

“No Dads: Review of Dan Hassler-Forest’s Capitalist Superheroes.” Los Angeles Review of Books (April 2013).

 

"AprŹs Nous, le Déluge." The New Inquiry (January 2013).

 

"Struggle Forever: Review of Kim Stanley Robinson's 2312." Los Angeles Review of Books (June 2012).

 

"The End of the World." WUNC's The State of Things (Jaunary 2012).

 

"Zombies, Reavers, Butchers, and Actuals in Joss Whedon's Work." PopMatters.com (April 2011).

 

"Introduction to American Literature 83.2: 'Speculative Fictions.'" With Priscilla Wald. American Literature (June 2011): 237-249.

 

"Person of the Year: Obama, Joker, Capitalism, Schizophrenia." Hollywood Politics. Ed. Leah Murray. Cambridge Scholars Press (2010): 2-13.

 

"Introduction to Polygraph 22: 'Ecology and Ideology.'" With Lisa Klarr and Ryan Vu. Polygraph 22 (Fall 2010): 1-31.

 

"Science, Justice, Science Fiction: A Conversation with Kim Stanley Robinson." With Lisa Klarr and Ryan Vu. Polygraph 22 (Fall 2010): 201-218.

 

"Review of Mark Bould and China Mieville's Red Planets: Marxism and Science Fiction." Reviews in Cultural Theory 1.1 (June 2010): 46-51.

 

"Review of Elizabeth Young's Black Frankenstein, John Rieder's Colonialism and theEmergence of Science Fiction, and Matthew J. Costello's Secret Identity Crisis." American Literature 82.2 (June 2010): 427-429.

 

"Review of Marc Bousquet's How the University Works." Polygraph 21 (Fall 2009): 205-213.

 

"William Gibson Discusses Memory, Twitter and His Latest Novel." Independent Weekly (15 September 2010).

 

Independent Weekly archive (2006-2011).