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2018 Going Postal: More than Yes and No, co-editor with Quinn Eades, Brow Books, Melbourne (265 pages)
*2016 Digital Identity and Everyday Activism: Sharing Private Stories with Networked Publics, Palgrave Macmillan, Oxford, UK. (monograph, 226 pages)
2016 Negotiating Digital Citizenship: Control, Contest, Culture, co-editor with Anthony McCosker and Amelia Johns, Rowman and Littlefield, Oxford, UK (292 pages)
2019 (forthcoming) ‘Tumblr as a Space of Learning, Connecting, and Identity Formation for LGBTIQ+ Young People’. Co-authored with Robards, Brady, Paul Byron, Brendan Churchill, Benjamin Hanckel, and Son Vivienne. In A Tumblr Book, edited by Alison McCracken, Alexander Cho, and L Stein. The University of Iowa Press
*2018 ‘“I Will Not Hate Myself Because You Cannot Accept Me”: Problematizing Empowerment and Gender- Diverse Selfies’. In Self-(Re)Presentation Now, edited by N. Thumim, 118. London, UK: Taylor & Francis Group, 2018.
*2018 ‘The Trouble with Binaries’, in Going Postal: Stories Between Yes and No, co-editor with Quinn Eades, Brow Books, Melbourne.
2018 ‘Everyday Activism – writing, drawing and dreaming from the margins’, co-authored with Quinn Eades in Going Postal: Stories Between Yes and No, lead-author with Quinn Eades, Brow Books, Melbourne.
2018 ‘The Revolution will not be Televised’, lead-author with Quinn Eades in Going Postal: Stories Between Yes and No, co-editor with Quinn Eades, Brow Books, Melbourne.
*2018 ‘Between Firefighting and Flaming: Collective and Personal Trans* and Gender-Diverse Social Media’. In Digital Intimate Publics and Social Media, edited by Brady Robards, Amy Dobson, and Nic Carah. London, U.K: Palgrave Macmillan.
2018 Twenty Years of ‘Cyberqueer’: The Enduring Significance of the Internet for Young LGBTIQ+ People. Co-authored with Brady Robards, Brendan Churchill, Paul Byron, and Benjamin Hanckel. In Youth, Sexuality and Sexual Citizenship, edited by Rob Cover and Peter Aggleton. Abingdon-on-Thames, U.K: Routledge
2016 Digital Citizenship as Fluid Interface: Between Control, Contest and Culture. Lead-author with Anthony McCosker & Amelia Johns. In A. McCosker, S. Vivienne, & A. Johns (Eds.), Negotiating Digital Citizenship: Control, Contest, Culture. Lanham, United States: Rowman and Littlefield. Oxford, UK
2016 ‘Holding a Space’ for Gender-Diverse and Queer Research Participants. Lead-author with Brady Robards & Sian Lincoln. In A. McCosker, S. Vivienne, & A. Johns (Eds.), Negotiating Digital Citizenship: Control, Contest, Culture. Lanham, United States: Rowman and Littlefield. Oxford, UK
*2016 Intimate Citizenship 3.0. In A. McCosker, S. Vivienne, & A. Johns (Eds.), Negotiating Digital Citizenship: Control, Contest, Culture. Lanham, United States: Rowman and Littlefield. Oxford, UK
*2015 Digital Storytelling for the Self-Advocacy of Marginalized Identities: Theory and Practice. Sole- author. In P. Neilsen, R. King, & F. Baker (Eds.), Creative Arts in Counselling and Mental Health (pp. 177– 192). California, USA: SAGE Publications.
*2011 Shouting from the Rooftops: Queer Digital Storytelling for Social Impact. Sole-author. In B.Scherer & M.Ball (Eds.), Queering Paradigms II: Interrogating Agendas (pp. 171-190). New York, Peter Lang Pub Inc.
Journal Special Issues
2017 Technologies of Memory and Affect. Special Issue of Media International Australia (Scimago h-index 12, Q2 Cultural Studies, Q3 Communications), co-edited with Tully Barnett
2019 ‘That’s not necessarily for them’: LGBTIQ+ young people, social media platform affordances and identity curation. Co-authored with Benjamin Hanckel, Paul Byron, Brady Robards and Brendan Churchill. Media, Culture & Society (1.305 IF, 5-Year IF 1.747)
2019 ‘Hey, I’m Having These Experiences’: Tumblr Use and Young People's Queer (Dis)connections, and Intimate Peer Communication. Co-authored with Paul Byron, Brady Robards, Benjamin Hanckel, and Brendan Churchill. International Journal of Communication.
*2018 “Little Islands of Empathy”: Networked Stories of Gender Diversity and Multiple Selves. Media International Australia (Scimago h-index 12, Q2 Cultural Studies, Q3 Communications)
2017 Curating Technologies of Memory and Affect. Special Issue of Media International Australia co-edited with Tully Barnett (0.49 IF)
*2017 ‘I will not hate myself because you cannot accept me’: problematizing empowerment and gender- diverse selfies. Special issue of Popular Communication: Self (re) presentation Now (Ed. Nancy Thumin) 15(2), 126–140. (Scimago h index 9, Q3 Communications)
*2016 Reflections from outside the comfort zone: Digital self-representation, Vulnerability and Pedagogy In Special Digital Issue of Arts and Humanities as Higher Education. (IF 0.273, 22/388 Visual Arts and Performing Arts, 514/914 Education)
*2014 Mediating Influences: Problematising facilitated digital self-representation. In Conjunctions: Transdisciplinary Journal of Cultural Participation 1(1). (343 downloads, QUT eprints)
2014 Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) as a tool for Digital Citizenship: surveys in India and Australia co-authored with Martin Potter, published in refereed ANZCA conference proceedings
2013 The Remediation of the Personal Photograph and the Politics of Self-Representation in Digital Storytelling; lead author with Jean Burgess in Special Issue of the Journal of Material Culture ‘Imaging Digital Lives’ 18(3), 279–298. (1221 downloads, 63 citations in Journal IF 0.932, Scimago h index 34, Q2 in Arts & Humanities & Anthropology)
*2013 Networked Identity Work as Project Development Among Co-Creative Communities; in Special Issue of Journal of Cultural Science ‘Community Uses of Creative Media: User-Created Citizenship’, 6(1), 61–70.
2012 The Digital Storyteller’s Stage: Queer Everyday Activists Negotiating Privacy and Publicness; lead-author with Jean Burgess in Special Open Access Edition of Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media ‘Socially Mediated Publicness’ (edited by danah boyd and Nancy Baym), 56(3), 362–377. (36 citations, 3625 views, Journal IF 1.352, Scimago h index 51, Q1 in Electrical & Electronic Engineering)
*2012 Standing Up and Finding my Voice through Positive Digital Storytelling in Special Edition of HIV Australia ‘Social Media Revolution’, 10 (1), pp. 32-34 (162 downloads, QUT eprints)
*2011 Trans Digital Storytelling: Everyday Activism, Mutable Identity and the problem of Visibility published in special edition of Gay and Lesbian Issues in Psychology review, 7 (1), pp. 43-54 (408 downloads, QUT eprints); ‘Trans Bodies, Lives & Representations’, also presented at Rhizomes VI