Craft on Demand: The New Politics of the Handmade, published by I.B. Tauris, London, England. 2017. (co-editor with Nicole Burisch.)

“Craft Hard Die Free: Radical Curatorial Strategies for Craftivism in Unruly Spaces” in Extra/Ordinary: Craft and Contemporary Art, ed. Dr. Maria Elena Buzek, published by Duke University Press, Durham, NC. 2011. (co-authored with Nicole Burisch)

“Craft Hard Die Free: Radical Curatorial Strategies for Craftivism in Unruly Spaces” in The Craft Reader, ed.Glenn Adamson, published by BERG Press, London, England. 2010. (co-authored with Nicole Burisch)



“Willfullness of the wild: deep listening with Rita McKeough,” Veins, Rita McKeough, TRUCK: Contemporary Art in Calgary. catalog essay.

“Craft and the Polymorphous Perverse,” Making Otherwise, edited by Heather Anderson. Carleton University Art Gallery. catalog essay.

“Lighthousekeeping: loss and a return to process in Au Revoir by Nadine Bariteau,” Au Revoir, Nadine Bariteau and Open Studio, Toronto. catalog essay.


No Quaint Past: an Interview with Leah Devun on photography, land-dykes and their architectures,” No More Potlucks. Issue 31: salvage. Montreal QC.


“Light, Water, Dirt: writing from the edges of a day” They Made a Day be a Day Here, ed. Amy Fung, Art Gallery of Grande Prairie, AB, Mendel, Saskatoon, SK, University of Manitoba Art Gallery, Winnipeg, MB (catalogue essay/co-authored with Nicole Burisch)


No Place: Queer Geographies On Screen, McIntosh Gallery, Western University, London ON (exhibition catalogue)

Riding the Wet, Wet Wave: an Interview with A.L. Steiner and A.K. Burns on Community Action Center,” No More Potlucks, Issue 19: issue. Montreal QC

Switching Power: An Interview with A.L. Steiner,” No More Potlucks, Issue 19: issue. Montreal QC.


Landlocked n’ Lonesome: LIDS, Queer Feminism and Artist-Run Culture in Boomin’ Calgary,” No More Potlucks, Montreal QC


Lisa Turner, CHOP magazine, Vancouver BC (article)

Lisa Turner, Alberta Printmakers Society and Artist Proof Gallery, Calgary AB (exhibition text)


Art Gallery of Calgary must overcome a mountain of distrust,” Fast Forward Weekly, October 23, 2008 (editorial, co-authored with Drew Anderson)

Transformation Swan: Carol Wanio and Ron Moppett, BORDERCROSSINGS, Summer 2008 (exhibition review)

State of the arts: situation critical,” Fast Forward Weekly, May 8, 2008 (editorial)


Alberta Biennial Review, BORDERCROSSINGS Magazine, Winter 2007. (exhibition review)

“Scentbar: Fragrances for Troubled Times,” Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan, M:ST and EMMEDIA, October 2007 (exhibition text)

Kuh Del Rosario, Brunt Magazine, Vancouver BC (exhibition text)

“Let’s Pretend We’re Bunny Rabbits: Cheli Nighttraveller’s Binky Binky Bunny,” FUSE Magazine (exhibition review)

Laboratory of Feminist Pataphysics exhibition text, Mireille Perron, The New Gallery, Calgary AB (exhibition text)

ditdahditdit exhibition text, Angela Silver, Chris Gillespie and Kyle Beal, TRUCK Gallery, Calgary AB (exhibition text)


SUPER STRING,” Stride Gallery, July 14 – August 13, 2006, Calgary AB (exhibition text)