For selected articles, blog posts, and poetry, see this page.
For full details of my publications, see my C.V.
My current book project is Tolkien’s Modern Sources: Middle-earth Beyond the Middle Ages, to be published by The Kent State University Press. It has received the 2018 Kilby Research Grant from the Marion E. Wade Center.
Here is a preview of some of my findings about Tolkien and William Morris.
Apologetics and the Christian Imagination: An Integrated Approach to Defending the Faith. Emmaus Road Publishing, 2017.
Not God’s Type: An Atheist Academic Lays Down Her Arms. Ignatius Press, 2014.
BOOK CHAPTERS (ACADEMIC)
— “Medieval Arthurian Sources for the Inklings: An Overview.” In The Inklings and King Arthur: J.R.R. Tolkien, Charles Williams, C.S. Lewis, and Owen Barfield on the Matter of Britain. Ed. Sorina Higgins. Apocryphile Press, 2018.
The Inklings and King Arthur received the 2018 Mythopoeic Society award for Scholarship in Inklings Studies.
— “Looking ‘Along’ the Problem of Evil: Shakespeare’s Macbeth.” In Evil and a Selection of its
Theological Problems. Ed. Benjamin Arbour and John Gilhooly. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017.
— “Stonecrop: Lewis Takes His Place in Poets’ Corner.” In C.S. Lewis at Poets’ Corner. Ed. Michael Ward
and Peter S. Williams. Cascade, 2016.
— “C.S. Lewis on Love and Sex.” In Women and C.S. Lewis. Ed. Carolyn Curtis and Mary Key. Lion
Hudson, August 2015.
— “Williams, Descent into Hell.” In C.S. Lewis’s List: The Ten Books that Influenced Him Most. Ed.
David Werther. Bloomsbury Academic, 2015.