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“‘You Must Allow Me to Measure Myself”: Problems of Disability in Henry James’s The Outcry,’” Henry James Review. Vol. 42. No. 2. Spring. pp. 165-189. (2021)

Gothic Marxism: Commodifying the Dead in Sheridan LeFanu’s Uncle Silas,” Modern Language Studies, Vol 51. No 1. Winter. pp. 58-73. (2022)

"The Water-Energy-Food Nexus; Tracing Mexican American Environmental Concerns in María Amparo de Burton's The Squatter and the Don." Western American Literature. (2023)

"Theresa" in Shenandoah (2021) 

 -- Author's Note to "Theresa"  

"Greta Garbo Gives Birth to Cats" in New World Writing (2021) 

"An Ocean Full of Frankensteins" in The Acentos Review (2022)

"When I Show Up to a Charlie Chaplin Lookalike Contest in Mexico" in Gone Lawn (2022) 

"A Town Called Flores" in 3Elements Literary Review (2022)

   (Best of the Net Nominee) 

"You Will Never Stop Shaking" in The Dodge (2022)

"Porfirio Díaz Lives Again" in The Bookends Review (2022) 

"Whatever She Touched Grew Hungry" in Menacing Hedge (2022)

"Let's Learn from Cowboys" in Kestrel: A Journal of Literature and Art (2022)

   (in print)

"Richard Burton Stole Our Dreams of Mexico" in New Letters (2023)

   (in print and online

"Axolotl" in Four Way Review (2023)

"Phantoms" in South Carolina Review (forthcoming)

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