PEER REVIEWED FULL LENGTH ARTICLES
Kirtz, Jaime Lee. “Computers, Comics and Cult Status: A Forensics of Digital Graphic Novels.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 8.3 (2014). Web.
PEER REVIEWED SHORT ESSAYS AND REVIEWS
“Juliana Spahr: How Poems Work” LemonHound. September 20, 2013. Montreal, QC
“Repeater Review” Matrix. December 2013. Montreal, QC
“Seattle Poems” Ditch Poetry Magazine (2013) Web.
“Seroquel Soliliquy” Poetry is Dead 9 (2013) Print.
“Home Reno and other poems” Contemporary Horizons Magazine (2013) Print.
“There was a Storm” Headlight Anthology (2013) Print.
“I always were glitter eyeliner”; “Cityscape” Steel Bananas Vol. 29. (2012) Print.
“Cityscape” Enpipe Line Project. (2011) Print.
(Forthcoming) “Scanning as Global Media” Modern Language Association Annual Conference 2016. Austin, Texas.
“To Download or Not to Download? An Examination of Academic Publishing and
Knowledge Dissemination in an Internet Era” HASTAC 2015. Michigan State University, East Lansing.
“Digital Paratextuality as Subversion: How New Technology Alters Traditional Processes of Textual Production and Reading.” American Comparative Literature Association Annual Conference 2015, Panel: Re-thinking Text as “Process” in the Humanities, digital and non-digital. University of Washington, Seattle, WA.
“Libraries as spaces of knowledge input” A2RU Conference 2015. Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond VA.
“Anonymity and Authorship in Modern Graphic Novels.” Endnote Graduate Conference 2013, UBC. Vancouver BC.
“Computers, Comics and Cult Status.” At the Mercy of the Masses: Popular Culture and Academia Graduate Conference 2013, University of Maryland. College Park MD.
Co-authored with A. Mardon. “Collaborative (de)reconstruction” Simon Fraser University Graduate Conference 2012, Collaborative Practices Panel. Vancouver BC.
“Scientific Temporality in Lacanian Theory and Olson’s The Maximus Poems” SFU Graduate Literature Conference 2011, Non-Linear Temporalities Panel. Vancouver, BC