"A Real Woman is an Iceberg, and a Real Man is Made: Gender, Failure, and Death in Post-Soviet Cinematic Space," in From Animus to Zombi: Global Perspectives on the Liminality of the Supernatural, edited by Rebecca Gibson and Jay VanderVeen. Rowman and Littlefield, forthcoming in summer 2022).
"Gay Bloodsucker or Post-Soviet Buzzkill? Vampiric Possibilities in Sektor Gaza," in Gender, Supernatural Beings, and the Liminality of Death: Monstrous Males/Fatal Females, edited by Rebecca Gibson and Jay VanderVeen. Rowman and Littlefield, 2021.
Investigation of Horror: Two Hundred Years of Scary Russian Fiction. Co-editor and translator with Maya Vinokour and Geoff Cebula. Under contract with Columbia University Press.
Medical Horror in Quarantine - Horror Homeroom
No Horror in the Soviet Union? – All the Russias Blog, NYU Jordan Center
Book Review, Acts of Logos in Pushkin and Gogol: Petersburg Texts and Subtexts, Kathleen Scollins, Brighton: Academic Studies Press. Reviewed for Pushkin Review, Volume 21, 2019, pp. 235-237.
Book Review, Five Hard Pieces: Translations and Readings of Five Long Poems by Marina Tsvetaeva, Diana Burgin, Troy: The Troy Book Makers, 2018. Reviewed for the Slavic and East European Journal, Volume 63.4, 2020, pp. 630-631.