Instructional Experience

  •  Wright State University, Spring 2012 – Application of Research Methods, 6 Students
  •  Wright State University, Winter 2012 – Application of Research Methods, 24 Students
  •  Wright State University, Fall 2011 – Application of Research Methods, 23 Students
  •  Wright State University, Spring 2011 – Application of Research Methods, 9 Students
  •  Wright State University, Spring 2010 – Introduction to Research Methods, TA, 28 Students
  •  Wright State University, Winter 2010 – Application of Research Methods, TA, 39 Students

Selected Conference panels

  • September 2013 – ConText: Anthologies Help How?
  • June 2013 – Origins: Stealing History; Reading Your Work Aloud; ePublishing Your Work; The Art of the Short Story
  • March 2013 – MARCon: The Now and Future Lovecraft; Religion & SF
  • March 2013 – Millennicon: Art and Science of Editing; Writing By Committee
  • September 2012 – ConText: How Does Science Work?; The Next Step – What Happens AFTER Breaking Into Print?; Plotting Based on a Single Object
  • September 2012 – ConText: How Does Science Work?; The Next Step – What Happens AFTER Breaking Into Print?; Plotting Based on a Single Object
  • August 2012 – GenCon: Big on Small Press; Digital Publishing; Part Time Writer, Full Time Life
  • June 2012 – FandomFest: The Process of Creating an eBook; Scams Authors Encounter in Today’s Publishing World; The eBook Marketplace
  • May 2012 – Origins: The Digital Landscape; Fantasy on the Fringe; Self-Publishing and Small Presses
  • March 2012 – Millennicon: Cutting the Cable Cord
  • August 2011 – ConText: E-Books: Good News and Challenges; The Rules of Writing – and When to Break Them
  • August 2011 – GenCon: Read&Critique; Digital Resources
  • July 2011 – FandomFest: Everything You Wanted to Know about eBooks
  • June 2011 – Origins: Writing Right – Dialog and Language
  • May 2011 – MARcon: Damsels(?) in Chainmail – Portrayal of Gender in Genre Fiction
  • March 2011 – Millennicon: Professional Writing, 15 attendees; Theology and Science
  • August 2010 – ConText: Genre Conventions; eBooks!
  • August 2010 – GenCon: Read&Critique; Men Writing Women
  • May 2010 – MARcon: Religion in SF; Paper vs. E-books vs. Audio Books
  • March 2010 – Millennicon: Sex & Death; Economics & Writers; Science & Politics