The Sacred Life of Modernist Literature: Immanence, Occultism, and the Making of the Modern World (forthcoming).

Masculine Identity in Modernist Literature: Castration, Narration, and a Sense of the Beginning, 1919-1945 (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017; softcover 2019).

Alan Hollinghurst and the Vitality of Influence (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014; softcover 2016).

Journalism and Media

Interrogative Mood Music’, The Times Higher Education, 29 August 2013.

Academic Publications

(at press) ‘The Multiple Mobilities of Civil Rights in Jeanine Tesori’s Violet and Caroline, or Change’, Studies in Musical Theatre.

(at press) ‘Bernard Shaw’s Gnostic Genius’, SHAW: The Journal of Bernard Shaw Studies.

(at press) ‘The Modernist Afterlives of Theosophy’, The Edinburgh Companion to Modernism, Myth, and Religion, eds. Suzanne Hobson and Andrew Radford (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2021).

 ‘Decadence in the Time of AIDS’, Decadence: A Literary History, ed. Alex Murray (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020).

With Didi Udofia, ‘Using Mindfulness Meditation Techniques to Support Peer-to-Peer Dialogue in Seminars’, Enhancing Student-Centred Teaching Through Student-Staff Partnerships, eds Karen Gravett, Nadya Yakovchuk, and Ian Kinchin (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020).      

“A gay story, a history”: Gay Male Liberation and Queer Rumination’, Accelerated Times, Volume 5: British Literature in Transition, 1980-2000, eds Berthold Schoene and Eileen Pollard (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019).

“[God] is a flaming Hebrew letter’: Esoteric Camp in Angels in AmericaLiterature and Theology (2019), 33:2, 206-222.

With Aren Roukema, ‘Time to Drop the “Western”’, Correspondences: Journal for the Study of Esotericism (2018), 6:2, 109-115.

The Pleasure of Conspicuous Leisure in Sister Carrie and The House of Mirth’, English Studies, (2017) 98:8, 968-977.

T.S. Eliot and the Modernist Thunderbolt’, The Startling New, ed. Mary Pat Brady (Detroit: Gale, 2017).

Architectural Space and the Failures of ‘Complete’ Houses in Heartbreak House’, SHAW: The Journal of Bernard Shaw Studies, (2016) 36:2, 203-14.

“The doors would be taken off their hinges”: Space, Place, and Architectural Absence in Virginia Woolf’, English Studies, (2016) 97:4, 412-419.  Editor’s Choice Collection of top 10 articles published in English Studies during the 2010s

Designing “Authenticity” in Digital Learning Environments’, Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy, (2016) 9.

Thresholds of Interpretation: Identifying, Producing, and Supporting with The Turn of the Screw’, CEA Critic (Journal of the College English Association) (2015) 77.2, 196-210.

The Authentic and Artificial Histories of Mechanical Reproduction in Doctorow’s Ragtime’, Orbis Litterarum, (2015) 72:2, 89-107.

It’s Vestimentary, My Dear Watson: Fashion, Disguise, and Criminality in Sherlock’, Film, Fashion and Consumption, (2014) 4:2, 115-127.

Buried Temples and Open Planes: Alethea Hayter, Alan Hollinghurst, and the Architecture of Drug-Taking’, Textual Practice, (2013), 27:7, 1177-1195.

Review of Gregory Currie, Narratives and Narrators: A Philosophy of Stories, in Notes and Queries, (2011), 58:3.

Artistic Excision and Scientific Production in Cather’s The Professor’s HouseThe Explicator, (2010), 68:2.    

Review of Madelyn Detloff, The Persistence of Modernism: Loss and Mourning in the Twentieth Century, in Notes and Queries, (2010), 57:2.

Ambrose Silk, The Yellow Book, and The Ivory Tower: Influence and Jamesian Aesthetics in Put Out More FlagsEvelyn Waugh Studies, (2009), 40:2. 

Voices and Language in T.S. Eliot’s The Waste Land’, T.S. Eliot, ed. John Paul Riquelme (Ipswich: Salem Press, 2009).

Review of Nicholas Freeman, Conceiving the City: London, Literature, and Art 1870- 1914, in Notes and Queries, (2009), 56:1.

Modernity and Anxiety in Bram Stoker’s Dracula’, Dracula, ed. Jack Lynch (Ipswich: Salem Press, 2009).

“You are not, not, not to look at your Baedeker”: Renovation of Space and the Mediating Presence of Baedeker’s Northern Italy in E.M. Forster’s A Room with a View’, Origins of English Literary Modernism, 1870-1914. ed. by Gregory Tague (Palo Alto, CA.: Academica, 2008).