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  • “At the Crossroads of 21st Century Education: Book Bans and Censorship.” Hispanic Outlook on Education Magazine. June 2022.

  • “Ethnoracial Urbanscapes Soar to New Heights with Lin-Manuel Miranda & Jon M. Chu.” Latinx Spaces. June 10, 2021.

  • “Coyote Is Not Alone: Today’s White Regenerative Televisual Narratives.” Latinx Spaces. January 25, 2021.

  • “Professor Latinx: The Pulse on Latinx Comics 2020 & A Look Forward.” Comicosity.

  • “Brownface Minstrelsy; or a Defense of Our Freedom in the Art of Latinx Storytelling.” Latinx Spaces. January 24, 2020.

  • “Love, Victor: Brown Queer Teen TVLandia Watershed: Or Hollywood Brown Flavored Bubblegum.” Latinx Spaces. July 29, 2020.

  • “I Want My Incredible Shrinking Screen: Latinx Televisual Storytelling in the Age of Our Planetary Lockedown.” Latinx Spaces. April 20, 2020.

  • “Putting a Finger to the Vibrant Beat of Latinx Literary Studies Today.”Latinx Spaces. September 18, 2019.

  • “The Challenge of SciFi.” Latinx Spaces. January 23, 2018.

  • “Marvel Comics: Making Home, Making Community.” Introduction. Marvel’s Voices: Comunidades. Marvel Comics, 2021.

  • “Latinx Comic Book Stories of Superheroic Acts of Survivance.” Introduction. Home. Image Comics, 2021.

  • “J.Gonzo: Nuestro Graphiateur Latinx Extraordinario del siglo xxi.” La Mano del Destino. January 2021.

  • “Winged Flights of Tellurian Sublimity: An Introduction”. A Country Without Borders. Lalita Pandit-Hogan. New York: 2Leaf Press, 2017.

  • “Introduction: Confessions from a Latin@ Sojourner in SciFilandia”. Latino Rising: An Anthology of Latin@ Science Fiction and Fantasy. Ed. Matthew David Goodwin. San Antonio: Wings Press, 2016.

  • “A Chiaroscuro View of Mexico”. Critical introduction. Colonial Noir. Photographer Reid Yalom. Stanford University Press. Spring, 2004.

  • “Daydreams Made Real: New Narrative Maps of Resplendent Queer Latinx Futurities.” In Atravesados: Essays on Queer Latinx Young Adult Literature. Eds. Trevor Boffone and Cristina Herrera. University Press of Mississippi, 2024.

  • “Planetary Superheroes as Collective Daydream.” In Superheroes Beyond. Eds. Ian Gordon, Liam Burke, and Angela Ndalianis. University of Mississippi Press, 2024.

  • “Words as Shaper of the I-as-We: A Requisite Planetary Salve.” Christopher Wright’s Book of Journeys: Poems from Travels, Stories from Refugees. The Tracking Habit, 2023. 

  • “Critical Graphics: From Eco-Disaster Survivance to Mytho-Speculative Thrivance.” Foreword. Forecasts: A Story of Weather and Finance at the Edge of Disaster. Caroline E. Schuster. Illustrated by Enrique Bernardou and David Bueno. University of Toronto Press, 2023.

  • “Ethnoracial Encounters: From Myopic to Polyscopic Planetary Narratologies.” In Ethnic American Literatures and Critical Race Narratology. Eds. Alexa Weik von Mossner, Marijana Mikić, and Mario Grill. Routledge, 2022.

  • “TikTok Industrial Complex; or Twenty-first Century Transculturative Creative Critical Collaboratory?” Afterword. In TikTok Cultures in the United States. Ed. Trevor Boffone. Routledge, 2022.

  • “Welcome to Lynda Barry’s Wondrous Word-Drawing Imaginarium: A Foreword.” Contagious Imagination: The Work and Art of Lynda Barry. Ed. Jane Tolmie. University of Mississippi Press, 2022.

  • “Our Collective Dreaming and World Shaping with Ana Castillo.” Foreword. Eds. Bernadine Hernández and Karen Roybal. Transnational Chicanx Perspectives on Ana Castillo. UPitt Press, 2021. 

  • “Dreaming Latinx Realities.” Preface. Speculative Fiction for Dreamers: A Latinx Anthology. OSU Press, 2021.

  • “BIPOC Cartooning, Pandemic Legacies, and Weapons of Mass Survivance.” David G. Brown’s Pandemic, Race and the Media. David G. Brown Studios, 2021.

  • “Dominguez’s Foundation & Formidable Borderland Superheroes: A Foreword.” El Gato Negro, Nocturnal Warrior Collection: The Beginning. Azteca Productions, 2021.

  • “Comics as Movement; Comics as Planetary Healing.” In Immigrants and Comics: Graphic Spaces of Remembrance, Transaction, and Mimesis. Ed. Nhora Lucia Serrano. New York: Routledge, 2021. 

  • “Journeys, Creations, and Discoveries: Graphic Mind-Bodies.” Afterword. Graphic Perspectives on Health and Embodiment. Eds. Lisa DeTora and Jodi Cressman. London: Bloomsbury, 2021. 

  • “Our Digital-Optic World In the Time of COVID-19: A Foreword.” Cultural Studies in the Digital Age. F.L Aldama, Antonio Rafele, and William Anthony Nericcio. Eds. SDSU: Hyperion Books, 2020.

  • “Unmasking Whiteness: Re-Spacing the Speculative in Superhero Comics.” Foreword. Unstable Masks: Whiteness and American Superhero Comics. OSU Press, 2020.

  • “Graphic Reclamations: A Foreword.” La Voz de M.A.Y.O Rambo. Henry Barajas and J Gonzo. IDW, 2019.

  •  “Latinx Graphic Memoir as Triumph of Love over Hate: A Foreword.” More than Money: A Graphic Memoir. Claudia Dominguez. San Diego: SDSU Press/Hyperbole/Amatl Comics, 2018.

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