Chapter: “(Un)welcome Plants, Considering the Political, Cultural and Ecological Life of Some Common Wild Plants” in Artworks for Jellyfish and Other Others, Edited by Amanda Boetzkes & Ted Hiebert, Noxious Sector Press, 2022.

Article: “A Feild Guide to Monster Plants”, Blackflash Magazine, Issue 39.2,
Fall 2022,

“Field Guide” with Brad Isaacs, Public 64: Beyond Unsettling: methodologies for decolonizing futures, Eds. Leah Decter and Carla Taunton, Winter 2022
Exhibition Text: “Some Instructions for Folding Perception”, Written to accompany the knots of the net, Tyler Los Jones, Norberg Hall Gallery, Calgary. 2021
Exhibition Text: “Do Roses Dream of Freedom?” Written to accompany Waard Ward’s floristry project, as part of the exhibition Public Space, Visual Arts Centre of Clarington, 2021

Chapter: “Plant radio for Plants”, Chapter for Why Look at Plants? the Botanical Emergence in Contemporary Art, by Giovanni Aloi. Brill, 2019

Chapter: VIEW PDF- Notes from the Deep Earth Treatment Centre” Chapter for edited volume: Naturally Post-Natural: Jennifer Willet, ed. by Ted Heibert. Noxious Sector Press, 2018

Chapter: “Sharing food Sharing Knowledge; food and agriculture in contemporary art practices” Chapter for edited volume: Perma/Culture: Imagining Alternatives in an Age of Crisis, Edited by Molly Wallace and David Corruthers, Rutledge Environmental Humanities 2017  

Article: VIEW PDF "Where Do Animals Live in our Subconscious?" Antennae - The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture, Issue 40, summer 2017

Article: "Engaging Vegetable Others" Feature Article, esse art + opinions, issue # 87, Spring/Summer 2016

Article: “Need a Green Friend?” Neighborhood Spaces Publication, Arts Council Windsor and Region with Neighborhood Spaces. Windsor, ON 2015

Article: “Tracking the Eastern Elk” Text and Artists Project, Art Windsor, Vacancy Issue. Winter, 2015

Artists Publications/ projects: 

PDF - Roots, Leaves, Stems and Blooms, Dandelion zine and cookbook, 2020

The Call of the Wild
, ‘
re-writing the wild’ re-edited book series, work in Progess, 2019-

Talking Plant PhD Thesis, Cultural Studies, Queen’s University, 2018.

VIEW PDF- “What’s Invisible About a Plant?” Parkhive Collective Research, Co-edited broadsheets with Teresa Carlesimo and Michael DiRisio, Vol. 1-5, 2015 (artists publication)

External Link- Random Seeds artists book, in collaboration with Matthew Knapik (self-published) Banff Centre, 2015

External Link- Wild Edibles Guide to Downtown Windsor developed in collaboration with Rashel Tremblay, Text and Illustrations, Neighborhood Spaces Residency (artists publication) 2014