Sentenced to Discrimination: Language as a Weapon of State, Griffith Review 61: Who We Are, 2018
The Edge of Silence, Meniscus, Vol. 6, Issue 1, 2018
‘3656 days’, Dubnium 2, 2015
Literary Cities: Prague, on Writers’ Bloc, November 2014
Peer-reviewed journal articles/ book chapters
2018 [forthcoming] ‘The evolution of genre in the writing process’. CINDER 1(1).
2017 ‘Rethinking genre: Genre as a tool for writers throughout the writing process’. Writing in Practice, 3. Online. [http://www.nawe.co.uk/DB/current-wip-edition-2/articles/rethinking-genre-genre-as-a-tool-for-writers-throughout-the-writing-process.html]
2017 ‘Self-learning a Foreign Language through Literature: A Case-study of a Self-learner’s Socialisation into Czech through Czech Literature’, in Mickan, P. & Lopez, E (eds). Text-Based Research and Teaching: A Social Semiotic Perspective of Language in Use, London: Palgrave Macmillan.
June 2018 Sociolinguistics Symposium 22. Paper title: ‘English as a marker of being Australian’. (Auckland)
February 2018 Association for the Study of Australian Literature mini conference, ‘Desert Lines: Interventions in the Borderlands of Australian Literature’. Paper title: ‘Translating ourselves to ourselves: Cultivating multilingual Australian literature’ (Darwin)
November 2017 Australasian Association of Writing Programs 22nd Annual Conference, ‘Climates of Change’. Paper title: ‘Using genre to communicate purpose’ (Adelaide)
November 2016 Australasian Association of Writing Programs 21st Annual Conference, ‘Authorised Theft’. Paper title: ‘Writing in Changing Social Contexts: Creating the Genre of Language Journalism’. (Canberra)