- The first three books in the Olivia Chronicles are available on Amazon (paperback and Kindle). I am currently exclusive with Amazon for eBooks, which means that if you're in KU you can read all three books as part of your subscription.
- My "Who's coming to dinner" essay was recently published in the Spring 2016 Diversity issue of Physician Family. See the Fall 2016 issue for "Making the most of being a lame-duck resident's wife."
- I have a review of One Mississippi, Two Mississippi: Methodists, Murder, and the Struggle for Racial Justice in Neshoba County in the upcoming issue of The Arkansas Review.
- My creative non-fiction piece "When we were witches" will be published in March 2015 in Cactus Heart's special issue on Speculative Fiction.
- "Publishing from the Margins" from Winter 2014's issue of The Journal of South Texas English Studies.
- "Jim Crows, Veiled Ladies and True Womanhood: Mesmerism in The House of the Seven Gables." In Victorian Literary Mesmerism, Rodopi Press, 2006.
- "Bachelors and Spinsters" from the 2005 Twayne Series' American History through Literature, 1820-1870.
- "Diving for Pearls: Using the Tarot as Subtext in The Waste Land." Yeats Eliot Review. 16.2 (Winter 1999): 18-27.
- "All the World's a Freak Show: Racial Disparity and the Other in Eudora Welty's 'Keela the Outcast Indian Maiden.'" Proceedings of the Mississippi Philological Association, 1997.