Kiss Me, Genius Boy — No More Dreams #1 — (Victoria: Nameless Books, 2011).
My Generation’s Lament — No More Dreams #2 — (Victoria: Nameless Books, 2013).
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“Happiness for the Liberal Mind,” IPA Review (December 2009).
A Slave Obeys, A Player Chooses, IPA Review (March 2009).
Review of The Henson Case, by David Marr, Policy (Autumn 2009).
The Brave New World of Lifestyle Capitalism, review of The 4-Hour Work Week, by Timothy Ferriss, The IPA Review (November 2008).
What’s Happened to Modern Art? The IPA Review (September 2008).
The Moral Code of Grand Theft Auto IV, The IPA Review (July 2008), 21—22.
“Shakespeare in the Worlds of Communism and Socialism (Review),” Australasian Drama Studies 50 (April 2007).
“Who Pays? Political Donations and democratic accountability,” The IPA Review 58:3 (October 2005), 12-15.
“You Need Love and Friendship For This Mission!: Final Fantasy VI, VII, and VIII in social and generic context” Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture, 6:1 (Winter 2005). Posts for this item: Reconstruction version; PDF Prerelease. Files: Unofficial PDF version (recommended).
“Are Videogames Conservative?” The IPA Review, 57:3 (28 September 2005), 14-16.
with Carmel Hourigan, “Stalwart in the Fight Against Communism,” The Age, 20 May 2005.
with Carmel Hourigan, “Vale Hugh Slattery: Tireless fighter,” News Weekly (Melbourne: 21 May 2005).
“Just remember Benjamin Franklin,” letter to the editor, The Age, 16 November 2004.
“Let teens decide,” letter to the editor, The Age, 5 September 2005.
“Zen and the Art of Growing Up.” Vast and Ordinary News. (September 2003) 2-4.
“The Utopia of Open Space in Role-Playing Videogames.” Fine Art Forum Ezine 17.8 (August 2003). Also in Long Paper Proceedings of the 5th International Digital Arts and Culture Conference. Melbourne: MelbourneDAC, RMIT University, School of Applied Communication, 2003.