Journal Articles:“‘I remember . . . I was wearing leather pants’: Archiving the Repertoire of Feminist and Queer Cabaret in Canada.” Basements and Attics, Closets and Cyberspace: Explorations in Canadian Women's Archives.” Eds. Linda Morra & Jessica Schagerl. Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2012. 65-86.
“Dayna McLeod's Post-Nationalist Beaver and the Cabaret Phenomenology of Putting Out.” Feminist Mediations. Eds. T.L. Cowan, Kate Eichhorn & Jasmine Rault. Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies. 25 (Spring 2011): 230-239.
“‘a one-shot deal’: Contemporary Cabaret as Improvised Curation.” Canadian Theatre Review.(CTR) 143 Summer 2010): 47-54.
“Punk Rock Clit Lit: Reading Toward a Punk Poetics in Bent on Writing: Contemporary Queer Tales.” Canadian Poetry. Ed. Andrew Lesk. 57 (Fall/Winter 2005): 103-121"
Feminist Mediations. Co-Editor with Kate Eichhorn & Jasmine Rault. Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies. 25 (Spring 2011).
Short Publications & Reviews:
“Seeing & Being Seen at Meow Mix Cabaret.” Catalogue essay. Meow Mix Retrospective. Jan 10-Feb 2, 2013. RATS 9 Gallery. Montreal, Quebec. (Jan 2013). “Reading Through Difference.” Review of Cherríe Moraga’s A Xicana Codex of Changing Consciousness: Writings 2000-2010. Women & Performance. [Forthcoming] “Follow-up notes on the GLITTERfesto: TL Cowan in conversation with Tammy Pamalovovich, Aging Supermodel Lesbian Feminist Experimental Poet and Revolutionary.” Belladonna. “Transfeminism and Literature.” Vol. II. 147 (2012): 5-12.
“GLITTERfesto: An Open Call in Trinity Formation For A Revolutionary Movement Of Activist Performance Based On The Premise That Social Justice is Fabulous.” Canadian Theatre Review (CTR). Ed. Natalie Alvarez. 150 (Spring 2012): 11-17. “cabaret at grunt: up your community.” Activating the Archives. Grunt Gallery, Vancouver. Spring 2012.http://performance.gruntarchives.org/essay-cabaret-at-grunt.html“Harmonious Cacophony: 2boys.tv’s Tightrope.” Canadian Review of Literature in Performance. 3 (Fall 2011). http://www.litlive.ca/story/364“Making it Better: Dayna McLeod’s Celluloid Fantasies, Feminist Queer Revisionary.” No More Potlucks. (Summer 2011). http://nomorepotlucks.org/editorial/motive-no-16“The Queer Element & The Poison Cookie: Literature in Performance on the Cabaret Stage.” Canadian Review of Literature in Performance. 1.1 (February 2011). http://www.litlive.ca/story/230
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