This is an abridged version of my CV.

PhD in English, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2010
MA in English, Rutgers University-Camden, 2005
BA in English, University of Pittsburgh, 2001

Professional Experience

Associate Professor of English, Lafayette College, Fall 2017-
Assistant Professor of English, Lafayette College, 2010-Present
Assistant Director of College Writing, Lafayette College, 2010-Present
Teaching Assistant, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2005-2010
Teaching Assistant, Rutgers University, 2004-2005
Instructor of Adult Education, Atlantic County Community College, 2002-2004
Instructor of English, Universidad Católica, Ambato, Ecuador, 2001-2002


Major Projects

TextGenEd: An Introduction to Teaching with Text Generation Technologies. Co-editor with Annette Vee and Carly Schnitzler. Writing Across the Curriculum Clearinghouse, 2023.

Mass Authorship and the Rise of Self-Publishing, University of Iowa Press, 2016. Recipient of the 2016 Computers and Composition Book Award. 

Articles and Chapters (please email me if you need access)

“When Writing Makes you Sick” In Beyond Productivity: Embodied, Situated, and (Un)Balanced Faculty Writing Processes. Hensley Owens, Kim and Derek Van Ittersum, Eds.Utah State University Press, 2023.

“”How Automated Writing Systems Affect the Circulation of Political Information Online.” (co-authored with Annette Vee). Literacy in Composition Studies 5.2 (2017): 43-62.

The Legacy of the Vanity Press and Digital Transitions”  Journal of Electronic Publishing (Fall 2013).

Online Book Reviews and Emerging Generic Conventions: A Study of Authorship, Publishing, and Peer Review.” New Directions in Writing Research. Charles Bazerman, Chris Dean, Karen Lunsford, Suzie Null, Paul Rogers, Amanda Stansell
Terry Zawacki Eds. Parlor Press (print version). Colorado State Writing Across the Curriculum Clearinghouse (open access web version). Forthcoming, 2012.

“Sustained Authorship: Ebooks, Value, and Participatory Culture.” Written Communication.27.4 (Fall, 2010): 469-493. Print. (please email me if you need access)

“Digital Writing and the Flow of ‘Intellectual Property’” Computers and Composition. Vol. 23.3 (Fall, 2010): 193-201. Print. (please email me if you need access)

Creative Writing on the Web: A Response to Creative Writing in the Twenty-First Century.College English. November 2009. Print.

Review of Race, Rhetoric and Technology: Searching for Higher Ground by Adam BanksComposition Studies, Fall 2008, Issue 36.2. Web.

Recent Conference Presentations

“Becoming an Author Without a Publisher.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Houston, TX, April 2016.

“How Amazon’s Algorithms are Shaping the Future of Books.” Modern Language Association, Vancouver, BC. December 2015.

“Beyond the Flood Metaphor: Understanding Digital Authorship and the Rapid Growth of Self-Publishing.” Massachusetts Library Association (invited talk). Boston, MA. April 2013.

“Localizing Intellectual Property.” The Watson Conference on Writing and Rhetoric, Louisville, KY. October 2012.

“How the Legacy of the Anglo-American Vanity Press Shapes Authorship’s Move to the Digital.” Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing. Dublin, Ireland, June 2012.

“Bibliometrics in the Vernacular.” Computers and Writing Conference. Raleigh, North Carolina. May, 2012.

“Indie Ebook Writers and the Expansion of Mass Authorship.” Association of Internet Researchers Conference. Seattle, WA. October 2011.

“Book Reviews Online: Nascent Generic Conventions” International Conference of Writing Research. Washington, DC. February 2011.

“The Work of Micro-Authorship” The Thomas R. Watson Conference, Louisville, KY. October 2010.

“Ebooks and Literacy in Participatory Culture” The Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Louisville, KY. March 2010.

“Writing the Protection of Knowledge.” Association of Internet Researchers, Milwaukee, WI. October 2009.

Administrative Experience
Assistant Director of College Writing, Lafayette College, 2010-Present