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2004:  Queer Race: Cultural  Interventions in the Racial Politics of Queer Theory.  Vol. 3 of "Gender, Sexuality, and Culture" Series.  General Ed. William J. Spurlin.  New York: Lang.


2013: "Write for Your Life: Developing Digital Literacies and Writing Pedagogy in Teacher Education" (co-written with Shartriya Collier, Brian Foley, and David Moguel).  Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education 13.3.

2012: "Queer Writing."  College Composition and Communication Online 1.1 (Jan).

2011: "Authorial Intent in the Composition Classroom."  Composition Forum 24 (Fall).

2010: "The Difficulties of Teaching Non-Western Literature in the United States."  Radical Teacher 87 (Spring): 44-54.

2010: "The Ruse of Clarity."  College Composition and Communication 61.3 (February):  434-51.

2009: "Disciplining Queer."  borderlands e-journal 8.3.

2009: "Twenty-First-Century Writing/Twentieth Century Teachers?"  California English 15.1 (September): 10-11.

2009:  "Academic Freedom and Me."  Academe: Bulletin of the American Association of University Professors 95.4 (July-August): 38-40.

"The Politics of Persuasion versus the Construction of Alternative Communities: Zines in the Writing Classroom" (co-written with Aneil Rallin).  Reflections 7.3: 46-57.

2006: "Civility and Liberal Pluralism."  symplokē 13.1-2 (2005): 134-43.

"The Language of Multiculturalism in South African Soaps and Sitcoms."  Journal of Multicultural Discourses 1.1: 39-59.

"Anti-Ethnography?"  Composition Studies 34.1: 95-107.

"The Pedagogy of Diversity: The Silence of Sexuality."  Exchanges: The Online Journal of Teaching and Learning in the CSU.

2003: “Whole-Class Workshops: The Transformation of Students Into Writers.” Issues in Writing 12.2 (Spring/Summer 2002): 124-43.

2000: “The Racialization of Sexuality: The Queer Case of Jeffrey Dahmer.” Thamyris: Mythmaking From Past to Present 7.1-2. Special issue: Overcoming Boundaries: Ethnicity, Gender and Sexuality. Ed. Gert Hekma and Isabel Hoving. Amsterdam: Najade Press. 67-97.

2000: “Representing Race in the Discourse of Gay Desire: B-Boy Blues and Traitor to the Race.” Re-placing America: Conversations and Contestations: Selected Essays. Ed. Ruth Hsu, Cynthia Franklin, and Suzanne Kosanke. Literary Studies East and West, Volume 16. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i and the East-West Center. 227-40.

1999: “Queer Race.” Social Semiotics 9.2: 199-212.

1999: “Toward a Postmodern Understanding of Separatism.” Women’s Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 27.6 (1998): 613-39.

1997: "Queerzines and the Fragmentation of Art, Community, Identity, and Politics." Socialist Review 26.1-2 (1996): 69-95.

1997: "Gloria Anzaldúa's Queer Mestisaje." MELUS (The Journal of the Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States) 22.1: 35-53.

1994: "Antihomophobic Pedagogy: Some Suggestions for Teachers." Radical Teacher 45: 26-28.

1994: "Macho Sluts: Genre-Fuck, S/M Fantasy, and the Reconfiguration of Political Action." Genders 19: 265-91.

1993: "Queer Fictions: Gay Men With/And/In/Near/Or Lesbian Feminisms?" LIT (Literature, Interpretation, Theory) 4.4: 261-74.

1993: "Bibliography for an Anti-Homophobic Pedagogy: A Resource for Students/Teachers/Administrators/Activists." Feminist Teacher 7.3: 50-52.

1992: "The `Tagtigers'?: The (Un)Politics of Language in the `New' Afrikaans Fiction." Research in African Literatures 23.4: 156-71.

1991: "Studies in African Literature: An Annual Annotated Bibliography, 1989." Callaloo 14.1: 211-86. (Assistant Compiler.)


2001: “The United States in South Africa: (Post)Colonial Queer Theory?” Postcolonial and Queer Theories: Intersections and Essays. Ed. John C. Hawley. Westport: Greenwood. 129-38.

1996: "Fuck Community, or Why I Support Gay-Bashing." States of Rage: Emotional Eruption, Violence, and Social Change. Ed. Renée R. Curry and Terry L. Allison. New York: New York University Press. 74-88.

1996: "Anti-Homophobic Pedagogy: Some Suggestions for Teachers." Open Lives, Safe Schools: Addressing Gay and Lesbian Issues in Education. Ed. Donovan R. Walling. Bloomington: Phi Delta Kappa. 135-42.


2003: Review of Amandla!: A Revolution in Four-Part Harmony (film). African Arts 36.2: 86-87, 96.

1993: Review of Out of Exile: South African Writers Speak (ed. Goddard and Wessels). Research in African Literatures 24.3: 133-35.


2000: “South Africa.” Lesbian Histories and Cultures: An Encyclopedia. Ed. Bonnie Zimmerman. New York: Garland. 721-22.

1995: "Gloria Anzaldúa." The Gay and Lesbian Literary Heritage. Ed. Claude J. Summers. New York: Holt. 57.

1986: "J. M. Coetzee." Postmodern Fiction: A Bio-Bibliographical Guide. Ed. Larry McCaffery. New York: Greenwood. 305-08.


2006: Response to Judith Butler’s “Photography, War, Outrage” in Forum section of PMLA 121.1: 300-01.

2005: Letter to the editor regarding California State University, Northridge “Peace Project.” The Daily Sundial (CSUN student newspaper) 13 October: 18.

2001: “Who are the `Terrorists’?” Trojan Horse (“USC’s Alternative Source of News, Commentary, and Culture”) 4 Dec. 2001: 3.

1999: “Whole-Class Workshops and the Transformation of Students Into Writers.” Published in Manual for Writing Instructors, Dept. of Rhetoric and Writing Studies, SDSU.

1999: Music review of A Love Like Ours (Barbra Streisand). Q Online 25 November. <>.

1998: “Gym Culture.” Gay and Lesbian Times (San Diego) Dec. 17 1998: 33.

1998: “Gym Culture.” Q Online December <>.

1998: “Letter From Amerikkka.” Q Online 28 September <>.

1995:Orality and Literacy.” Response to John Gage’s “Why Write?” DRWS NEWS: A Publication of SDSU’s Dept. of Rhetoric and Writing Studies 3.2: 2-4.

1992: "A New South Africa?" Z Magazine 5.7/8: 79-80.

1992: "Another Take on the Oscars." Gay + Lesbian Times (San Diego) 23 April: 18.

1985-86: Poetry and fiction in Seditious Delicious, Mr., and Pacific Review.

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