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Publications

SCHOLARLY
"'It seems queer': The Censorship of 'Her Wedding Night.'" Modern Drama. Forthcoming.

"Through a Glass Darkly: 'A Game of Chess' and Two Plays by Marie Stopes." Journal of Modern Literature 21.1 (1997): 109-19.

"'To Escape the Horror of Family Life': Virginia Woolf and the British Birth Control Debate. New Essays on Virginia Woolf. Ed. Helen Wussow. Dallas: Contemporary Research Press, 1995. 15-37.

"Why Do the Ramsays Have So Many Children?: Birth Control and To the Lighthouse." Virginia Woolf: Emerging Perspectives. Ed. Mark Hussey and Vara Neverow. New York: Pace University Press, 1994. 115-120.

CREATIVE
"bricklayers." Critical Quarterly 37.1 (1995): 94. Reprint.

"If You Would Eat Oranges," a broadside published by Annie Stenzel at the Eucalyptus Press, Mills College. 1993.

"The Wide-Mouth Muse." Haight-Ashbury Journal 12:2 (1993): 10.

"After She Died." The Berkeley Poetry Review 27 (1993-4): 53.

"bricklayers." The Americas Review 5 (1992): 49-50.

"Easter" and "Angel." Bakunin 2:3-4 (1991): 57-59.

"Mosaic." Five Fingers Review 8/9 (1990): 189-90.

"Aphasia." The Poetry Flash. August 1990: 8.

Nine poems. The Tomcat 3 (1990): 4, 6-7.

"Unemployed." The Tomcat 2 (1990): 21.

"Once in Arizona." The Tomcat 1 (1990): 8

"Defiance of Gravity," etc. The Berkeley Poetry Review 20 (1986): 88-9.

"Digging Out Blackberry." The California Quarterly 26 (1985): 51.

"Granite Arms." The Berkeley Poetry Review 16 (1984): 9.

"No, Father, They Don't Write Poems Like They Used To." Poets On: Barriers 8:1 (1984): 15.

"Undertow." The California Quarterly 22 (1983): 84.

"Relic." The Beloit Poetry Journal 31:2 (1981): 1.

Publications under Consideration

SCHOLARLY
"Abortion and the Individual Talent" at Boundary 2

Conferences, Lectures and Readings

SCHOLARLY "Handling Trauma." Panel Moderator. Seventh Annual Cultural Studies Symposium, Kansas State University, March 12-14, 1998.

"Damming the Vortex: Noel Coward, Marie Stopes, and the Sexual Politics of Theatrical Representation." The Space Between: A Conference on Interwar Literature, University of Nevada, Reno, October 4-6, 1997.

"Monstrous Regiments: Mobilising Discourses in/of Marie Stopes's Wartime Melodrama, The Race," Conference on Women, Drama and the Great War, Brunel University, Twickenham, England, September 20, 1997.

"Controlling Bodies/Regulating Identities." Panel moderator. Sixth Annual Cultural Studies Symposium, Kansas State University, March 7-9, 1997.

"'It seems queer': The Censorship of 'Her Wedding Night.'" Delivered at the Twentieth Century Literature Conference, Louisville, Kentucky, February 20-22, 1997.

"Nature as a Rhetorical Device in Mass Culture, II." Panel moderator. Fifth Annual Cultural Studies Symposium, Kansas State University, March 7-9, 1996.

"A History of Her Own: British Modernists Writing Histories of Female Sexuality." Panel Organizer and Moderator. Twentieth Century Literature Conference, Louisville, Kentucky, February 20-22, 1996.

"Through a Glass Darkly: 'A Game of Chess' and Two Plays by Marie Stopes." Delivered at the Twentieth Century Literature Conference, Louisville, Kentucky, 2/22/96.

"Change in Hustleburg? The Strike of a Sex and other Fictions of the Birth Control Debate." Delivered at the Twentieth Annual Conference of the Society for Utopian Studies, Toronto, 10/22/95.

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