- From Unseen Fire: Book One of the Aven Cycle, ancient Roman epic fantasy, forthcoming 3 April 2018 from DAW Books.
- Primary author and editor, American Shakespeare Center Study Guides for As You Like It; The Comedy of Errors; From Class to Cast; Hamlet; Henry, Hal, and Falstaff; Henry V; Julius Caesar; King Lear; Macbeth; The Merchant of the Venice; A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Much Ado about Nothing; Richard III; Romeo and Juliet; The Taming of the Shrew; The Tempest; Twelfth Night; The Two Gentlemen of Verona; Wars of the Roses; and The Winter’s Tale. September 2010-Present.
- Editor, Playhouse Insider, published by the American Shakespeare Center, sold in the ASC Box Office and online Gift Shop. December 2010-August 2015.
- Contributing essayist, Shaping Shakespeare for Performance: The Bear Stage. Ed. Catherine Loomis, Sid Ray. Farleigh Dickinson University Press, October 2015.
- Contributing writer, Shakespeare Expressed: Page, Stage, and Classroom in Shakespeare and His Contemporaries. Ed. Kathryn Moncrief, Kathryn McPherson, Sarah Enloe. Farleigh Dickinson University Press, August 2013.
- Advising editor, “‘The Sweet and Bitter Foole Will Presently Appear’: Developing the Foole in King Lear through Renaissance Rehearsal Conditions.” MFA thesis by Rachel Ratkowski, May 2013.
- “Friendship, Romance, and Coming-of-Age in Much Ado about Nothing,” Playhouse Insider, February 2012.
- Review board, Journal of the Wooden O Symposium, published by the Utah Shakespeare Festival. Volume 11, December 2011.
- Advising editor, “Doing It with the Lights On: Original Practices in Romeo and Juliet,” MFA Thesis by Shannon Schultz, May 2011.
- Advising editor, “‘What Imports This Song?’: Transmitting Ballad Allusions in Hamlet to the Modern Practitioner,” MLitt thesis by Michael Hollinger, May 2011.
- “Undivided and Incorporate, Adriana and Shakespeare’s Tradition of Married Heroines.” Playhouse Insider, December 2010.
- “Seymour and Elizabeth: A Tudor Sex Scandal,” Renaissance Magazine, November 2010.
- Master’s Thesis: Another Self: Amicitia and Relationship Dynamics in Shakespeare. Advisor: Dr. Ralph Alan Cohen; Second Reader: Dr. Mary Hill Cole. MLitt awarded by Mary Baldwin College, May 2010.