- Poetic Place-Making: Nature and Mobility in Contemporary American Poetry (in preparation)
- Toward an Ecopoetics of Randomness and Design, spec. issue of Ecozon@ (No 2, 2019). Co-edited with an introduction with Franca Bellarsi. (in preparation)
- Current Objectives of Postgraduate American Studies (COPAS), Vol. 17, No 1 (2016). Co-edited with an introduction with Laura Oehme, Theresa Roth, and Mareike Spychala.
- "Poetry as Feminist Critique" (working title). Handbook of American Poetry. Edited by Sabine Sielke. De Gruyter. [ 2021] De Gruyter
Handbooks in English and American Studies. (in preparation)
- “'She Moves Through Deep Corridors': Mobility and White Privilege in Sharon Doubiago’s Proletarian Eco-Epic Hard Country." (under review)
- "Border-Crossing and Imperiali(ist) Feminism in Star Trek: Discovery." Context is for Kings: An Edited Collection on Star Trek: Discovery. Edited by Sabrina Mittermeier and Mareike Spychala. Liverpool UP. 
- "From Planar Perspectives to a Planetary Poetics: Aeromobility, Technology and the Environmental Imaginary in Contemporary American Poetry." Environmental Imagination on the Move: Nature and Mobility in American Literature and Culture. Eds. Christine Gerhardt and Christa Grewe-Volpp. Spec. Issue of American Studies/Amerikastudien 61.4 (2016): 445-467.
- "Toward an Environmental Imagination of Displacement in Contemporary Transnational American Poetry." Geocriticism and Ecocriticism. Ed. Robert T. Tally Jr. and Christine M. Battista. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. 189-206.
- "Canadian Petro-Poetics: Masculinity, Labor, and Environment in Mathew Henderson's The Lease." Energy in Literature: Essays on Energy and Its Social and Environmental Implications in Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literary Texts. Ed. Paula A. Farca. Oxford: TrueHeart P, 2015. 99-112.
- "On Common Ground: Translocal Attachments and Transethnic Affiliations in Agha Shahid Ali's and Arthur Sze's Poetry of the American Southwest." Transnational Approaches to North American Regionalism. Spec. issue of the European Journal of American Studies 9.3 (2014). N. pag.