Mathilde Blind and the Culture of Late-Victorian London, University of Virginia Press (2017).
Understanding Martin Amis, University of South Carolina Press (first edition, 1995; revised and expanded edition, 2004).
Edited or co-edited volumes:
Depth of Field: Stanley Kubrick and the Uses of History, ed. Geoffrey Cocks, James Diedrick, and Glenn Perusek, University of Wisconsin Press, 2006.
“The Hectic Beauty of Decay”: Positivist Decadence in Mathilde Blind’s Late Poetry,” Victorian Literature and Culture 34 (2006): 631–648.
“’My Love is a Force That Will Force You to Care’: Subversive Sexuality in Mathilde Blind’s Dramatic Monologues,” Victorian Poetry 40.4 (2002) 359–386.
“A Pioneering Female Aesthete: Mathilde Blind in the Dark Blue,” The Victorian Periodicals Review 36.6 (2003): 210-241.
“The Grotesque Body: Physiology in The Mill on the Floss,” Mosaic, A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 21 (1988): 27–43.
“The Sublimation of Carnival in Ruskin‘s Theory of the Grotesque,” The Victorian Newsletter 74 (1988): 11–16.
“George Eliot‘s Experiments in Fiction: Brother Jacob and the German Novelle,” Studies in Short Fiction 22 (1985): 461–68.
“Eliot’s Debt to Keller: Silas Marner and Die drei gerechten Kammacher,” Comparative Literature Studies 20 (1983): 376-87.
“Dickens‘s Alter–Ego in Bleak House: The Importance of Lawrence Boythorn,” Dickens Quarterly 9 (1978): 37-40.
Chapters and Entries in Books:
“Mathilde Blind,” “Dark Blue.” Dictionary of Nineteenth–Century Journalism in Great Britain and Ireland. CD–ROM. Vers. 1.0. London: Academia Press and The British Library, 2009.
“J. G. Ballard’s ‘Inner Space’ and the Early Fiction of Martin Amis,” in Martin Amis: Postmodernism and Beyond, ed. Gavin Keulks, Palgrave, 2006, pp. 180–196.
“Nonfiction by Martin Amis, 1971-2005,” an annotated bibliography (with M. Hunter Hayes), in Martin Amis: Postmodernism and Beyond, ed. Gavin Keulks, Palgrave, 2006, pp. 211–234.
“Introduction: Deep Focus,” in Depth of Field: Stanley Kubrick and the Uses of History, ed. Geoffrey Cocks, James Diedrick, and Glenn Perusek, University of Wisconsin Press,2006, pp. 3–27.
“Martin Amis,” “Henry Ashbee,” in Encyclopedia of Erotic Literature 1, ed. Gaëtan Brulotte and John Phillips, Routledge, 2006, pp. 23–26, 87–91.
“The Fiction of Martin Amis: Patriarchy and Its Discontents,” in Contemporary British Fiction, ed. Richard J. Lane, Rod Mengham and Philip Tew, Blackwell, 2003, pp. 239-255.
“The Jungle,” in The Encyclopedia of Chicago History (University of Chicago Press, 2004), p.442.
“Ring Lardner and Chicago Sports Reporting,” in The Encyclopedia of Chicago History(Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2004), p. 214.
“Mathilde Blind,” in Nineteenth–Century British Women Writers, ed. Abigail Burnham Bloom Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2000), pp. 41–44.
“Mathilde Blind,” in Victorian Women Poets: The Dictionary of Literary Biography, ed. William B. Thesing (Detroit: Gale Research Press, 1998), pp. 28–39.
“Edith Simcox,” in British Reform Writers: The Dictionary of Literary Biography, ed. Gary Kelly and Edd Applegate (Detroit: Gale Research Press, 1998), pp. 289–97.
“Jane Eyre and A Vindication of the Rights of Woman,” in Approaches to Teaching Jane Eyre, ed. Diane Long Hoeveler and Beth Lau (New York: Modern Language Association of America, 1993), pp. 22–28.
“Dialogical History in Ivanhoe,” in Scott in Carnival, ed. J.H. Alexander and David Hewitt (Aberdeen: Association for Scottish Literary Studies, 1993), pp. 280–293.
“The Polyphonic Novel,” “Heteroglossia.” The Encyclopedia of Contemporary Literary Theory, ed. Irena R. Makaryk (Toronto: The University of Toronto Press, 1993), pp. 551–552, 609-610.
“Charles Dickens,” in Victorian Prose Writers Before 1867, vol. 55 of The Dictionary of Literary Biography, ed. William B. Thesing (Detroit: Gale Research Press, 1987), pp.80–90.