Fourth and Sycamore: Returning to Redwall

GOOD.is: Why One Educator Tells Bullies and Their Victims to Take It Outside – Way Outside

ROAR Feminist: The UK Just Built a More Effective Border Wall than Trump Could Ever Dream of

Children’s Literature at the University of Cambridge: Me, Memory, and the Music

Byrdie’s The Thirty: Confession: I Was a Body Positivity Advocate Who Secretly Hated Her Own Body

Children’s Literature at the University of Cambridge: Reading Aloud Should Not Just Be for Children

FERSA University of Cambridge Blog: My #PhDShelfie

Children’s Literature at the University of Cambridge: Reading YA Fiction: A first conference experience (and a couple tips for next time)


Freshly Squeezed with Colin McEnroe: “A Very Exciting Time to Be a Word”

Conference Presentations, Panels, and Academic Papers

May 2018: “Moving from Coloniality to Representational Diversity in Animated Film.” Presented at Reading YA Fiction, 24 May 2018, University of Birmingham, UK.

April 2018: “Intertextuality and intergenerational dialogues in the re-iteration of Disney Classic films.” Presented at the International Symposium on Intergenerational Solidarity in Children’s Literature and Culture, 28 April 2018, Children’s Literature Research Centre, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, UK.

September 2017: Lost Voices & Hidden Histories: Expanding the Story of Connecticut

March 2016: “Space for Change: Reshaping Societal Ideals through Liminality in Original Fairy Tales.” Presented at Northeastern Modern Language Association Annual Conference, Fairy Tales in Society and Culture 1: Psychology of Fairy Tales, 18 March 2016, Hartford, CT