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  1. "Succeeding Succession: Cosmic and earthly succession in the Fasti and Metamorphoses." In Repeat Performances: Ovidian Repetition and the Metamorphoses, edd. L. Fulkerson and T. Stover. University of Wisconsin Press, 2016. pp. 125–53. || Classics for All review (J. Godwin) || Classical Review review (T. Allendorf)

  2. "Crippling Nostalgia: Nostos, Poetics, and the Structure of the Ibis." TAPA 146.1 (May 2016). pp. 149–89.
    (also available via Project Muse [subscription required]; as the figures in the published article may be difficult to read, feel free to download clearer versions)

  3. Review of E. Spentzou, The Roman Poetry of Love: Elegy and Politics in a Time of Revolution (Bloomsbury, 2013). Classical Review 65.1 (April 2015; published online December 2014). pp. 136–38.
    (download pre-publication version [freely available] or published version [subscription required])

  4. "Where Have All the Aetia Gone?: Aetiological Reassignment in Valerius Flaccus's Argonautica." In Von Ursachen Sprechen. Eine aitiologische Spurensuche / Telling origins. On the lookout for aetiology (Spudasmata 162), edd. C. Reitz and A. Walter. Olms, 2014. pp. 545–76.

  5. "When the Argo Met the Argo: Poetic Destruction in Valerius' Argonautica." In Flavian Poetry and its Greek Past (Mnemosyne Supplement 366), ed. A. Augoustakis. Brill, 2014. pp. 33–48. || BMCR review (P. Davis) || Classical Review review (N. Manioti) || Euphrosyne review (W. Dominik)

  6. Entry on "Twins." In The Virgil Encyclopedia. Edd. R. Thomas and J. M. Ziolkowski. Wiley-Blackwell, 2014. pp. 1309–10.

  7. "Starving the Slender Muse: Identity, Mythography, and Intertextuality in Ovid's Ibis." In Writing Down the Myths. Ed. J. Nagy. Cursor Mundi 17. Brepols, 2013. pp. 67–85. || Classical Review review (U. Kenens) || Comitatus review (L. E. Jones)

  8. "The Pedant's Curse: Obscurity and Identity in Ovid's Ibis." Dictynna 9 (2012).

  9. Review of K. Volk, Ovid (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010). BMCR 2012.02.09.

  10. The Oxyrhynchus Papyri, volume 70: POxy 4765. The Egypt Exploration Society, 2006. [Text prepared 1999.]

In Press

  1. "Valerius's Argonauts: A Band of Brothers?" In A Companion to Latin Epic, 16–96 CE, edd. L. Fratantuono and C. Stark. Wiley-Blackwell.

  2. "Three Translations." Classical and Modern Literature.

In Progress and Under Consideration

  1. After 69 CE: Civil War in Flavian Literature, edd. L. D. Ginsberg and D. A. Krasne. De Gruyter (Trends in Classics Supplementary Volumes series). (edited volume with 17 papers, accepted pending revisions)
    1. "Introduction" (with L. D. Ginsberg). (submitted)
    2. "Valerius Flaccus' Collapsible Universe: Patterns of Cosmic Disintegration in the Argonautica." (submitted)

  2. "A New Look at Vergil's New Sun (Aen. 7.720–21)." (under revision)

  3. "The Fires of Campania: Typhon and the Bay of Naples in Valerius Flaccus' Argonautica." In Campania in the Flavian Poetic, edd. A. Augoustakis and J. Littlewood. Oxford. (submitted; under contract)

  4. War of the World: Cosmos and Civil War in Valerius Flaccus' Argonautica. (monograph, in progress)