Fellow and Campbell Conference Academic Programming Director, Gunn Center for the Study of Science Fiction, University of Kansas
Saving the World Through Science Fiction: James Gunn, Writer, Teacher and Scholar (McFarland, 2017).
Frederik Pohl (University of Illinois Press, 2015).
The Literary Imagination from Erasmus Darwin to H.G. Wells: Science, Evolution, Ecology (Ashgate, 2012).
James Gunn’s Modern Science Fiction: A Critical Analysis, an Historical Edition. Edited with and introduction and commentary by Michael Page (McFarland, 2018).
The Man with the Strange Head and Other Early Science Fiction Stories. Edited with an introduction by Michael Page (University of Nebraska, 2008).
“Astounding Stories: John W. Campbell and the Golden Age, 1938-1950.” The Cambridge History of Science Fiction. Eds. Gerry Canavan and Eric Carl Link. (Cambridge UP, forthcoming).
“David Bowie.” Aliens in Popular Culture: The Michael Levy Memorial Volume. (Greenwood, forthcoming).
“Hal Clement.” Aliens in Popular Culture: The Michael Levy Memorial Volume. (Greenwood, forthcoming).
“Cecilia Cooper and The Battle of Tewkesbury.” The Battle of Tewkesbury by Cecilia Cooper. Print edition by the Tewkesbury Battlefield Society, edited by Steve Goodchild (2017, original essay published digitally, 2001).
“How Sci-Fi Tried to Warn Us About the Evils of Advertising: The Legacy of Frederik Pohl.” Podcast interview. Geeks Guide to the Galaxy. wired. com. September 2, 2016.
“Evolution and Apocalypse in the Golden Age.” Green Planets: Ecology and Science Fiction. Eds. Gerry Canavan and Kim Stanley Robinson. (Wesleyan UP, 2014)
“Science Fiction Goes to College: Jack Williamson, James Gunn, and the Early Years of Academic SF.” Ad Astra 2 (June 2013). 38-43.
“James Gunn and the Foundations of Academic Science Fiction Criticism.” Ad Astra 2 (June 2013). 45-49.
“Romantic Science Fiction.” Blackwell’s Encyclopedia of Romanticism. (Blackwell’s, 2012).
"The Darwin Before Darwin: Erasmus Darwin, Visionary Science, and Romantic Poetry." PLL: Papers on Language and Literature 41:2 (Spring 2005). 146-69.