Posters and Publications

Monographs

Reading Computer-Generated Texts (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020 – forthcoming)

Peer-Reviewed Articles

‘Authorship in Computer-Generated Texts’, Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Literature (forthcoming)

‘“AN INTERNET BARD AT LAST!!!”: The Positive and Perverse Power of Alt-Lit Poet Steve Roggenbuck’ (currently under peer review)

With Eleanor Dumbill, ‘Tangling and Untangling the Trollopes: A Stylometric Analysis of Frances Milton Trollope, Frances Eleanor Trollope, Anthony Trollope, Thomas Adolphus Trollope, and Charles Dickens’ (currently under peer review)

‘Scenarios of countercultural representation: an analysis of inventory books’ visualities’, Visual Communication (2019) DOI: 10.1177/1470357219877560

Natural Language Generation: Negotiating Text Production In Our Digital Humanity‘, Proceedings of the Digital Humanities Congress 2018 (2019)

‘Computer-Generated Fiction in a Literary Lineage: Breaking the hermeneutic contract’, Logos, 29.2-3 (17 November 2018), 54-63
DOI: 10.1163/18784712-02902007

‘Butterflies, Busy Weekends, and Chicken Salad: Genetic Criticism of @Pentametron’s Output’, Authorship, 7.1 (18 July 2018)
DOI: 10.21825/aj.v7i1.8619

‘Tool vs. agent: attributing agency to natural language generation systems’, Digital Creativity, 29.2-3 (5 June 2018), 182-190
DOI: 10.1080/14626268.2018.1482924

Book Reviews

Close Reading with Computers: Textual Scholarship, Computational Formalism, and David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas. By Martin Paul Eve’, English: Journal of the English Association (advance article; 11 December 2019) DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/english/efz050

‘The Bloomsbury Handbook of Electronic Literature. Edited by Joseph Tabbi’, English: Journal of the English Association, 68.260 (2019), 95-98
DOI: 10.1093/english/efz010

Guest Blog Posts RE: Academic Research

The long history of books as Christmas gifts‘, The Conversation (16 December 2019) [also published as ‘The history of giving books as gifts at Christmas‘, The Independent (20 December 2019)]

Humanities Computing, Digital Humanities, and Computational Humanities: What’s In a Name‘, 3:AM Magazine (24 October 2019)

The Shelf Space Quandary: Stocked or Scarce‘, minor literature[s] (19 March 2019)

Crime of culture: American Animals and the history of rare book heists’, The Conversation (17 September 2018) [also published as ‘A window into the lucrative world of rare book heists‘, The Independent (27 September 2018)]

The Policeman’s Beard is Algorithmically Constructed‘, 3:AM Magazine (16 July 2018)

We, robot: the computer co-authoring a story with a human writer‘, The Conversation (2 October 2017)

Beauty and the Bot: The Political, Comedic, and Artistic Value of Twitterbots‘, minor literature[s] (29 September 2017)

(Interviewed by) Megan Wright, ‘The case for computers, creativity and natural language generation‘, AI & Intelligent Automation Network (8 September 2017)

We need to consider the social implications of bots writing books about instant chocolate milk‘, The Conversation (5 September 2017)

Behold the Amazing Poetry-Generating Machine!‘, Future Tense (Slate) (29 August 2017)

Guest Blog Posts RE: Student Experience

Doctoral Researcher President Team’s Post (September 2019)‘, Loughborough Doctoral College Blog (2 October 2019)

Doctoral Researcher President Team’s Post (August 2019)‘, Loughborough Doctoral College Blog (2 September 2019)

Doctoral Researcher President Team’s Post (July 2019)‘, Loughborough Doctoral College Blog (29 July 2019)

Doctoral Researcher President Team’s Post (June 2019)‘, Loughborough Doctoral College Blog (28 June 2019)

Doctoral Researcher President Team’s Post (May 2019)‘, Loughborough Doctoral College Blog (30 May 2019)

Doctoral Researcher President Team’s Post (April 2019)‘, Loughborough Doctoral College Blog (30 April 2019)

Doctoral Researcher President Team’s Post (March 2019)‘, Loughborough Doctoral College Blog (2 April 2019)

Doctoral Researcher President Team’s Post (February 2019)‘, Loughborough Doctoral College Blog (1 March 2019)

Doctoral Researcher President Team’s Post (January 2019)‘, Loughborough Doctoral College Blog (5 February 2019)

Doctoral Researcher President Team’s Post (December 2018)‘, Loughborough Doctoral College Blog (2 January 2019)

Doctoral Researcher President Team’s Post (November 2018)‘, Loughborough Doctoral College Blog (14 December 2018)

Doctoral Researcher President Team’s Post (October 2018)‘, Loughborough Doctoral College Blog (2 November 2018)

Introducing your Doctoral Researcher President…‘, Loughborough Doctoral College Blog (1 October 2018)

Co-Tutoring with the Careers Network‘, Loughborough Doctoral College Blog (30 July 2018)

So you want to be a Sub-Warden?‘, Loughborough Doctoral College Blog (3 July 2018)

The First Month of my PhD; or, How I’ve Already Failed‘, Loughborough PhD Social & Support Network (6 December 2016)

MA History of the Book‘, Institute of English Studies Blog (24 October 2016)

Academic Posters

‘Can computers write?’, Loughborough University Doctoral College Research Conference (7 December 2017)

Barriers to Undergraduate Manuscript Studies and Catalogue Use‘, St. Michael’s College Undergraduate Research Forum (27 February 2014)
*Winner, Best Humanities Poster*

University of Toronto Undergraduate Publications (Reviewed by Peers)

Sweetness, Slavery and Sex: Women on Louisiana Sugar Plantations‘, Anthropology Students’ Association Academic Undergraduate Journal, 2 (September 2014), 55-57

‘”The Indian Woman Whose Death… Has Transfixed The World”: A Comparison of English Language Coverage of the New Delhi Gang Rape in India and Canada’, The Innis Review, 5 (April 2014)
*Winner, Best Essay*

Radio to Call Our Own: CBC Radio One’s Definitely Not the Opera and its Contribution to Shared National Consciousness‘, The Foolscap, 1 (April 2014), 41-53

Sleevegate: Print Media Coverage of First Lady Michelle Obama and its Ethical, Theological, and Social Ramifications‘, Saeculum Undergraduate Academic Journal, 8.3 (December 2013), 38-50

What’s in a Name?: How Names Affect Gendered Perception‘, Anthropology Students’ Association Academic Undergraduate Journal, 1 (September 2013), 3-14

‘Printing in Sixteenth-Century Scotland: Scottish Scholars Find a Voice in an Age of English Dominance’, Garm Lu: A Canadian Celtic Arts Journal, 35 (April 2013)

Other Cool Things

‘Man vs. Machine: Can you distinguish computer-generated texts? [an interactive booth designed for a family-friendly event about arts-related research and activities at Loughborough University]’, Loughborough University Creative Community Day (28 October 2017)