Peer-reviewed academic articles

ON ORSON WELLES
Three Dangerous Summers: Orson Welles’s unrealized Hemingway trilogy (The Hemingway Review, vol. 40, no. 1, Fall 2020).

Der Prozeß, a study of Welles’s 1962 screen adaptation of Kafka’s The Trial, in Jim Craddock (ed.), Books to Film: Cinematic Adaptations of Literary Works, Volume 1 (Boston: Gale Cengage Learning, 2017).

ON DASHIELL HAMMETT
Owning it: Dashiell Hammett, Martha Ivers, and the Poisonous Noir City (NEO: Journal for Higher Degree Research Students in the Social Sciences and Humanities, vol. 4, 2011; revised version in Contrappasso Noir Issue, 2013).

ON SAUL BELLOW
Chicago and the Contemplative Process in Saul Bellow’s Adventures of Augie March and “Looking For Mr. Green” (The Saul Bellow Journal, vol. 25 no. 2, Fall 2012).

ON HENRY ROTH
‘Losted’ in Brownsville: Experiential Realism in Henry Roth’s Call It Sleep (NEO: Journal for Higher Degree Research Students in the Social Sciences and Humanities, 2009).