I do a great deal of collaborative work with Jonathan Alexander. For information on our collaboration, please visit our website.


recent work available online


"The Failure of Queer Pedagogy.” The Writing Instructor (March 2015). Web. 13-minute video as part of the "Queer and Now" issue.


Queered.” Technoculture: A Journal of Technology in Society 2 (2012). With Jonathan Alexander. Web. 17.5-minute video first screened at Computers & Writing 2011.



Experience, Embodiment, Excess: Multimedia[ted] [E]visceration and Installation Rhetoric.” The New Work of Composing, ed. Cheryl Ball, Debra Journet, and Ryan Trauman (Computers & Composition Digital Press/Utah State UP, 2012). With Jonathan Alexander. Web.


... Such moments of reflection, particularly if felt in the body, might prompt ways of considering our bodies, and their interpolation in particular rhetorics of the body, in ways that are not “futile”—but productive of new ways of thinking rhetorics, thinking bodies, and thinking connections between rhetorics and bodies. ...



Queer Rhetoric and the Pleasures of the Archive.” Enculturation (2012). With Jonathan Alexander. Web.


...What is queer rhetoric? Queer rhetoric is self-conscious and critical engagement with normative discourses of sexuality in the public sphere that exposes their naturalization and torques them to create different or counter-discourses, giving voice and agency to multiple and complex sexual experiences. ...



“Queerness, Sexuality, Technology, and Writing: How Do Queers Write Ourselves When We Write in Cyberspace?” Computers & Composition Online (September 2004).


... primarily an edited conversation transcript on how queer writing is changed by and influences cyberspace use by queers. The conversation took place on January 21, 2004. Participants Jonathan Alexander, Barclay Barrios, Samantha Blackmon, Angela Crow, Keith Dorwick, Jacqueline Rhodes and Randal Woodland gathered in AcadianaMOO (http://acadiana.arthmoor.com/cuppa) and annotated the conversations in the weeks that followed....



Sexualities, Technologies, and Literacies: Metonymy and Material Online.” Introduction to special issue of Computers & Composition Online (Fall 2003/Spring 2004). Web.


... In the spirit of the topic of the erotics of cyberspace, I will remain a suggestive queer.  What might happen when literacy, technology, and sexuality come together?  What might be immediately seen?  What might we infer or abject or cathect or queer? At the same time, I must remain the material or embodied queer, for even as we move away from identity politics and toward performative notions of gender and sexual identity, LGBT folk still face the "real world" consequences of queer identity within the academy....