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Excellence in College Teaching and Learning:  Classroom and Online.  (co-authored with George Henderson).  Springfield, MO:  Charles C. Thomas Publishers, 2007. 

Leadership and the e-Learning Organization. Texture Press: Albany, NY  October 2006. (interview about book and concepts in "Leadership Challenges in eLearning" Lorenzetti, Jennifer Patterson. Distance Education Report, 5/1/2006, Vol. 10 Issue 9, p5-7).  Guest on the VOA's "Talk to America"  special on Elearning: http://www.voanews.com/english/NewsAnalysis/October-2006-Past-Programs.cfm;
On-camera interview for Discovery Channel "History of Video Games."  Reviewed in

Otozna Boginja (Disconsolate Goddess)Sodobnost:  Ljubljana, Slovenia.  March 2006.  Reviewed including interview with author, in Bukla (April 2006), Astro Novice (April 2006), Novice Koper (March 2006).

Ophelia's Gold. (novel) Texture Press: Norman, OK.  2006. Available as audio book through LearningPortal.com
http://www.learningportal.com/Detail.aspx?id=WOuEzOJLJCZd59SDD%2fLY5g%3d%3d
Lonelyhearts Pawn Shop. Light & Dust Books, Kenosha, Wisconsin. December 2005. Parts published in the Baku Sun (Baku, Azerbaijan), and Gargoyle (Washington, D.C.)
I Never Did Tell You, Did I?:  Unsent Letters.  Avec Books.  Penngrove, CA.  October 2003.
Lazi Malih Zensk  (novel).  Ljubljana, Slovenia: Vodnikova Zalozba, November 2002.
To the Uzbekistani Soldier Who Would Not Save My Life.  Avec Books, Pivotal Prose Series.  Penngrove, CA.  November 2001. Reviewed in World Literature Today.
Portret Nemirne Americanke. (Slovenian version of I Never Did Tell You, Did I?: Unsent Letters)  Ljubljana, Slovenia: Vodnikova Zalozba, September 2001.
Ayvu Membire, Susy Delgado.  Fall 2001, Asuncion, Paraguay. (English translation of Susy Delgado - Spanish and Guarani) Reviewed in World Literature Today.
Fly-Over States of Mind.  Kenosha, WI:  Light and Dustbooks, 2000.  http://www.fly-over.net   Reviewed in Rain Taxi, Winter 2001, ABR: American Book Review, Spring 2002. 
First Light:  An Anthology of Paraguayan Women Writers, editor and translator.  Centro Cultural Paraguayo Americano /  Texture Press, 1999.  Finalist for the Oklahoma Book Award (1999).
Tatapype, Junto al Fuego, Asuncion, Paraguay: Arandura, 1999. (English translation of Susy Delgado - Spanish and Guarani) Reviewed in World Literature Today.
Doomsday Belly.  San Francisco: Trip Street Press, 1998.  Reviewed in Alsop Review, Rain Taxi.
Catfishes and Jackals,  Potes and Poets Press, Elmwood, CT, September 1997.
Channel-Surfing the Apocalypse, Avec Books, Penngrove, California, May 1996.  Reviews in Review of Contemporary Fiction, Taproot Reviews, Poetics Briefs, Feminist Bookstore News, Small Press Review, St. Mark's Poetry Project, Talisman, Washington Review.  Featured guest and interviewee on Read About It, aired June 9, 1996.  Commentary and essay-review in Talisman (June 1996).
A Paleontologist's Notebook, Left Hand Books, Barrytown, New York, October 1995.  Reviews in the American Book Review, Washington Review, 33 Review, Small Press Review, Taproot Reviews,  Weber Studies, Dusty Dog Reviews, Western Literature Association Journal.  Finalist in the 1996 Oklahoma Book Award.  Interview appeared March 31, 1996 on Read About It, produced by B.J. Hamilton and the Oklahoma Department of Libraries.
Dealing With Date Rape:  True Stories from Survivors, Texture Press, Norman, OK, July 1996.  Review in Feminist Bookstore News.  Featured guest and interviewee on Read About It, aired January 26, 1997.

Recent Articles
Mobile Learning, Cognitive Architecture and the Study of Literature, Summer 2007, Issues in Informing Sciences, Volume 4,  http://proceedings.informingscience.org/InSITE2007/IISITv4p811-818Nash399.pdf .  Journal of Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology (IISIT), pages 811-818. It is also listed in the Proceedings of the 2007 Informing Science  and IT Education (InSITE) conference

"Learning Lost Along the Way? Warning Signs for an e-Learning Organization" Chapter 7. 
Advanced Principles of Effective e-Learning. Edited by Nicole A. Buzzetto-More. Informing Science Press, 2007, p 185-195.

"Criticism as a Commodification Process: DuPlessis and a Strategy of Resistance," Spring 2007, p 56-59.

"Review of Evie Shockley's
A Half-red sea" Talisman, Spring 2007.

"Review of Corinne Robins
Today's MenuTalisman, Spring 2007.

"Resisting the Nihilistic HyperPolitical, or, Philomela's Revenge:  Chomsky's Tongue, Roasted"
Golden Handcuffs, Spring 2007, p 311-314.

"Realities" (on Diane Wakoski,
Emerald Ice) Talisman, Winter 2006, p. 146-49.

"From
Cat Magic (short fiction)"  Gargoyle vol 51, Fall 2006, p 248-250.

"Schubert in Poetry:  The Schubert Papers:  Lace Oval Back Heart Coming Home; Beheld Untoward Coming; Palacio Gritful Ink Without Mark; I Die Syphilitic Young."
Schubert Society of the USA Newsletter. Vol 4, No. 2 (2006): pp 6-7.

"The Subtle, the Hidden, the Deliberately Concealed:  Forest Gander's
A Faithful Existence" Talisman Summer/Fall 2006.  Nos. 32-33: p. 190-93.

"Fighting Intrusive Thoughts Using Podcasts:  A Strategy for Effective E-Learning"
InSITE Informing Sciences Proceedings.  June 2006. http://proceedings.informingscience.org/InSITE2006/ProcNash137.pdf

"Pedagogically optimizing the use of weblogs and podcasts for maximum effectiveness in online and hybrid learning."  with Sabrina Johnson-Taylor. 
U.S. -China Forum on Distance Education.  April 2006.

"Learning Objects, Learning Object Repositories, and Learning Theory: Preliminary Best Practices for Online Courses" Interdisciplinary Journal of Knowledge and Learning Objects, Volume 1, pages 217-228. page http://ijklo.org  (cited in 16 publications)
"Jim McCrary:  Unbounded Portals of Being"
Black Spring.  Summer 2005. 
Contributing author for chapters on online / web-based composition elements, in Jane Aaron's
Little Brown Handbook. Longman. 10th ed.  2006.
Review of
Selected PoemsIlhan Berk," Rain Taxi. Fall 2004. 
"Review of
Burning Salt by Anna Mockler"  Rain Taxi.  Fall 2004.
"Online Courses for Active-Duty Military Personnel," US Naval Institute Proceedings. Accepted August 2004.
"Technology and the Adult Degree Program:  The Human Element,"
Developing and Delivering Adult Degree Programs. Ed. James P. Pappas and Jerry Jerman.  New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education. 103: Fall 2004, 73-79.  (with Frank Rodriques).
"Stranded Again, This Time in Ghana" 
Submodern Fiction. 2004.
"Nizami, Literary Appropriations, and the Internet," Contemporary Turkish Culture. 1:1 Winter 2004: 64-68.
Companion website for
The World is a Text, Jonathan Silverman, 1st ed.  Prentice-Hall.  http://wps.prenhall.com/hss_silverman_worldtext_1/0,6331,490765-main,00.html
Review of Short Fuse: The Global Anthology of New Fusion Poetry. ed. Todd Swift, Philip Norton. NY: Rattapallax. Winter 2004.
"New Quality Benchmarks for Online Courses: Meshing Technology and Conceptual Underpinnings" Selected Papers from the 15th International Conference on College Teaching and Learning. (Received recognition). April 2004.