In addition to blogging for STACKED, Book Riot, and occasionally updating Field Acquisitions, I’ve published on the topics of teen library services and on young adult fiction. I’ve also had my work featured on The Huffington Post and spotlighted at The Rumpus and Rookie Magazine.

  • Feminism for the Real World, Algonquin Young Readers, forthcoming Spring 2017. I’m editing an anthology of essays about feminism for teen girls, with contributions from well-known celebrities, writers, and emerging voices.
  • The V-Word, edited by Amber Keyser, Beyond Words/Simon & Schuster, forthcoming February 2, 2016. I’m contributing a Q&A on representation of teen girls and sexuality in YA lit and movies, as well as an essay. Starred review from Publishers Weekly, with a callout to one of my contributions. 
  • “Reading “For Girls”: Ten Books Featuring Complex Female Characters,” VOYA Magazine, August/September 2014.
  • The Gender-Free Library,” Teaching Librarian, a magazine of the Ontario School Library Association, forthcoming, January 2014.
  • “Getting Real with Contemporary YA Fiction,” VOYA Magazine, June 2013.
  • “A Hunting We Will Go: Implementing a QR Treasure Hunt for Teens,” co-written with Andrea Sowers, VOYA Magazine, February 2012.
  • “New in Young Adult Fiction,” The Huntsville Item, May 2011.
  • “Book Talks as Bridge Builders,” co-written with Mary Beth Westin, VOYA Magazine, December 2010.
  • Service Learning: Linking Library Education and Practice, co-edited with Loriene Roy and Alex Hershey Meyers, ALA Editions, 2009.

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