2016. Canine Cartographies: On the Queer and Curious Pleasures of Being a Dog. Included in Animal Subjects 2.0, ed. Jodey Castricano and Lauren Corman. Wilfred Laurier University Press. https://www.wlupress.wlu.ca/Books/A/Animal-Subjects-2.0
2016. Epistemology of the Bunkhouse: Lusty Lumberjacks and the Sexual Pedagogy of the Woods. Included in Queering the Countryside: New Directions in Rural Queer Studies, ed. Mary L. Gray, Colin R. Johnson, and Brian Gilley. New York University Press. http://nyupress.org/books/9781479880584/
2013. Queen’s Park and Other Stories: Toronto’s Queer Ecologies. Coauthored with Cate Sandilands. Included in Urban Explorations: Environmental Histories of the Toronto Region, ed. L. Anders Sandberg, Stephen Bocking, Ken Cruikshank. L. R. Wilson Institute for Canadian History. http://environmental-history-science.blogspot.ca/2013/03/environmental-history-of-toronto-see.html
2011. Queer Spirits. Coauthored with AA Bronson. Joint North American and European publication: Creative Time, Plug In, JPR Publications: http://www.artbook.com/9781928570141.html
2005. Co-editor of Invisible Culture: An Electronic Journal of Visual Culture, Issue 8: Nature Loving: http://ivc.lib.rochester.edu/category/issues/archives/issue-9/
2004. The Image Before: The Lacanian Mirror Machine. Invisible Culture: An Electronic Journal of Visual Culture, Issue 7: Casting Doubt: http://ivc.lib.rochester.edu/the-image-before-me/
2001. Der Poncho und die nomadische Wunsch-Maschine / The Poncho and the Nomadic Desire Machine. Included in Szuper Gallery: Gallery Talks (bilingual catalogue). München, Germany: Galerie der Künstler.
2001. The Sewing Desire Machine. Included in Textile Transitions: Gender, Body, Identity, ed. Janis Jefferies. London: Telos Press.
1999. Say Nothing, Be Silent: The Work of Jo-Anne Balcaen, Nathalie de Briey, Naomi Potter, & Ana Rewakowicz (exhibition catalogue). Glasgow: Book Lab.
1994. Arnaud Maggs at the Susan Hobbs Galley. (review) C Magazine. Fall 1994.
1994. Roland Brenner at the Olga Korper Gallery (review) Parachute. 74, 1994.
1994. Kim Adams (review) Parachute. 73, 1994.
1991. Brian Scott at the Toronto Sculpture Garden. (review) C Magazine. Fall 1991.