“Seven Months Out and Two to Go.” Co-authored with Rachel Swirsky. March/April 2018 from Asimov’s Science Fiction. Writing as Trace Yulie as of this publication.
“A Doll is Not a Dumpling,” March/April 2014 from Interzone (Issue 251). Writing as Tracie Welser for this and previous publications.
“Her Bones, Those of the Dead,” in Outlaw Bodies, a themed anthology from The Future Fire (November 2012). Available for purchase from Amazon and Lulu.
“A Body Without Fur,” May/June 2012 from Interzone. Listed as an “Honorable Mention” in Gardner Dozois’ The Year’s Best Science Fiction (Thirtieth Annual), 2013. Available on via Kindle (Issue #240) and on Smashwords.
“How Molière Saved Lydia Bruer: A History in Two Fragments” is available for free viewing at Crossed Genres in archived Issue 28 (March 2011), for purchase via Kindle as part of Crossed Genres Quarterly 2 or in print at Amazon.
“Parsimonious Skull” in The Thackery T. Lambshead Cabinet of Curiosities, edited by Jeff and Ann VanderMeer, (2011). Harper Collins. Order from Amazon here.
Publications and Presentations
“Get Social! Online Tools for Fostering Student Engagement and Independent Learning.” Supplemental Instruction International Conference. May 25, 2014.
“Borderlands, Badlands and Utopias: Interstices, No-Places and their Inhabitants in the fiction of Ursula K. Le Guin,” presented as part of panel session 90, “Language, Space, and Empire in Connie Willis and Ursula K. Le Guin.” At the annual conference of The International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts. Orlando, Florida, 2011.
“Androcentrism,” “Cervical Cancer Vaccination,” and “Mankind Project.” Encyclopedia and Gender and Society. Ed. Jodi O’Brien. Sage Reference Publications. (2008)
“Conscious Dreaming: Feminist Utopian Narrative as Mentor.” On the vitality of feminist utopia, via Women Writers Special Issue 2005, “Lit Candles: Feminist Mentoring and the Text.”
“Fantastic Visions: On the Necessity of Feminist Utopian Narrative.” Humanities Session, University of South Florida Graduate Research Symposium (April 2005).
Some Other Non-fiction
“The Red Tent: A Woman-space Phenomenon” originally printed in Off Our Backs, Vol. 37 (2007).