Selected Academic Publications

Refereed Articles:

“‘Everything You’ve Heard is True’: Resonating Musicological Anecdotes in Crime Fiction about Antonio Salieri.” Journal of Historical Fictions. Special issue on The Sound of the Past. 4 (2022), no. 1: 41–60.

“Queering Musical Biography in the Writings of Edward Prime-Stevenson and Rosa Newmarch.” 19th-Century Music. Special issue on Biography and Life-Writing. 44, no. 2 (2020): 100–118.

“‘Onward to the End of the Nineteenth Century’: Edward Prime-Stevenson’s Queer Musicological Nostalgia.” Music and Letters 100, no. 2 (2020): 300–320.

“Women’s Musical Agency and Experiences in Vernon Lee’s Music and its  Lovers.Cahiers de la Société québécoise de recherche en musique 18, no. 1 (2019): 23–29.

“The Private Lives of Musicologists: Musical-Sexual Gossip and Biography in Rosa Newmarch’s Tchaikovsky Project.” Ars Lyrica: Journal of the Lyrica Society for Word-Music Relations 26 (2018): 11–30.

“Mälzel and Mechanical Music in Beethoven’s Vienna.” Keyboard Perspectives 7 (2014):  1–20. 

Chapters in Edited Collections:

“Gossip and Anecdote.” Christopher Wiley and Paul Watt (eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Musical Biography and Life-Writing. Oxford University Press. In editing.

“‘Legendary In-Reading’: Musical Analysis and Biography in Edward Prime-Stevenson’s Music Criticism and Sexology.” Gavin Lee (ed.), 266–293. Queer Ear: Remaking Music Theory. Oxford University Press. Forthcoming Fall 2023.

“The Character of the Suffragette and Women’s Listening in Vernon Lee’s Music and its Lovers.” Christopher Wiley and Lucy Ella Rose (eds.), 205–223. Suffrage in Word, Image, Music, and Drama: The Making of a Movement. Routledge Interdisciplinary Research in Gender, 2021.


“The Violet Trilogy and the Joys of Musical Biofiction: Review Article of the Violet Trilogy by Mary E. Hughes.” Canadian Association of Music Libraries (CAML) Review 49, no. 1 (2022): 49–54.

“Peggy Glanville-Hicks: Composer and Critic, by Suzanne Robinson.” Music & Letters 100, no. 2 (2020): 378–380.