In too deep, Listening (a chapter analyzing genres and practices of post-techno electronic dance music with regard to Deep Listening practice) in the peer reviewed Anthology of Essays on Deep Listening (New York: Deep Listening, Ltd) Spring 2012. Pp. 113-139.
Sea Etchings Photographs by Nicola Dill. Inlaid essay and critical introduction to the work of the artist. For special edition of the collection, Nazraeli Press, 2012.
Scar Tissue Photographs by Assaf Pocker. Critical introduction for the work of the artist. Published by Nazraeli Press, 2011.
“You’re Just a Girl!” Punk Rock Feminism and the new hero in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Music, Sound and Silence in Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Paul Atinello, Janet K. Halfyard, Vanessa Knights, eds. (Surrey, England: 2010). Pp. 149-163.
Improvisation and Collectivity: Practical Implications for Research The Collaborative Turn: Working Together in Qualitative Research. Walter Gershon, ed. (Boston; Sense Publishers: 2009). Pp 209-222.
“Who interrogates these ghosts?” EVPs, Noble Monsters and the New Hauntology of American Television. Short article in BLIK (European Journal of Audio-visual culture) for their theme issue: Uncanny Media, October, 2008. Pages 43-47.
“I had it all wrong”: New Vampires, Grrrl Heroes and the Third Wave Body in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Nostalgia or Perversion? Rewriting the Gothic from the Victorian Age until the Present Day. Isabella van Elferen, ed., Cambridge University Press, 2007. Pp. 206-222.
Recruiting for the Crash: Emancipations, Webern, and the Futures of Music Theory in The Journal of Aesthetics and Protest, Issue 5, June 2007, Pp. 42-49.
Going All the Way (Formalist Analysis and Feminism) OPEN SPACE Magazine Issue 6, Fall 2004, pp. 67-74.
The Tao of (Free)Improvisation OPEN SPACE Magazine Issue 5, Fall 2003, pp. 56-69.
Review: Women’s Listening Room Event: Transforming Voices, Women@work, works by women IAWM Journal Fall 2003, p. 31.
Does Pauline Exist? (A Review of Sounding the Margins: A Forty-Year Retrospective of the Works of Pauline Oliveros) OPEN SPACE Magazine Issue 4, Fall 2002, pp. 230-233.
Postmodern Polyamory or Postcolonial Challenge? Cornershop in Dialogue from East, to West, to East… Postmodernism Music/Postmodern Thought. Joseph Auner and Judith Lochead, eds. (New York: Routledge, 2002) pp. 177-193.
Dissonance Unbound: The Emancipation of ‘The Other’ in Western Music GLSG Newsletter of the American Musicological Society, 2001, p. 7.
The Insatiable Banshee: Voracious Vocalizing, Riot Grrrl, and the Blues Audible Traces: Gender, Identity, and Music. Elaine Barkin and Lydia Hamessley, eds. (Zurich: Carciofoli Verlagshaus, 1999) pp. 257-272.