a. Refereed Books
Unarrested Archives: Case-Studies in Twentieth-Century Canadian Women’s Authorship. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2014. 245 pages.
b. Edited Books
Taking My Life. Afterword by Linda M. Morra. Transcribed, edited, annotated by Linda M. Morra. Vancouver: Talon Books, 2011. 275 pages. Shortlisted for the LAMBDA Award and nominated for the Stonewall book award.
c. Refereed Edited Books
Corresponding Influence: Selected Letters of Emily Carr and Ira Dilworth. Ed. Annotated and introduced by Linda M. Morra. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2006. 340 pages.
d. Refereed Co-Edited Books / Journals
i. Margaret Laurence and Jack McClelland: The Development of Canadian Literature in Letters. Eds. Laura Davis and Linda Morra. Alberta: U of Alberta P. Accepted, 2016.
ii. Learn, Teach, Challenge: Approaches to Indigenous Literatures. Eds. Deanna Reder and Linda M. Morra. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2016.
iii. Special Issue of Archives and Manuscripts: Literary Archives, Materiality and the Digital. Eds. Maryanne Dever and Linda M. Morra. Editorial. 42.3 (November 2014): 223-26.
iv. Basements and Attics, Closets and Cyberspace: Explorations in Canadian Women’s Archives. Ed. Linda M. Morra and Jessica Schagerl. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier UP, September 2012. 335 pages.
v. Troubling Tricksters: Revisioning Critical Conversations. Eds. Deanna Reder and Linda Morra. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2010. Nominated for Gabrielle Roy Prize in English, 2010.
vi. At the Speed of Light There is Only Illumination: A Reappraisal of Marshall McLuhan. Eds. John Moss and Linda M. Morra. Ottawa: U of Ottawa P, 2004. 261 pages.
2. Selected Refereed Articles and Book Chapters
- “CBC Radio’s Digital Archives and the Production of Canadian Citizenship and Culture.” Can Lit Across Media. Ed. Jason Camlot and Katherine McLeod. Montreal: McGill UP. Submitted/Under Consideration.
- “‘Don’t Take her Word For It’: Autobiographical Approximation, Intimacy, and Shame in Munro’s The View from Castle Rock.” Alice Munro Proceedings. University of Ottawa Press. Eds. Janice Fiamengo and Gerald Lynch. Accepted.
- “Sheila Watson’s Paris Journals and the “Imminent Narrative.” Translocated Modernisms. Eds., Emily Ballantyne, Dean Irvine and Marta Dvorak. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2016.
- “‘It Was[n’t] All Inward’: The Dynamics of Intimacy in the ‘Finale’ of Alice Munro’s Dear Life.” Alice Munro. Ed. Robert Thacker. Bloomsbury, 2016.
- “ ‘His Name is Felix': Artist as Cognitive Agent and the Counterenvironment in Sheila Watson’s The Double Hook.” In Search of Annihilated Time. Eds. Paul Hjartarson, Greg Betts and Kristine Smitka. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press. Forthcoming June 2016.
- “Autobiographical Texts, Archives, and Activism: The Jane Rule Fonds and Her Unpublished Memoir, Taking My Life.” Out of the Closet, Into the Archive: Researching Sexual Histories. Eds. Jaime Cantrell and Amy Stone. SUNY Press, 2015.
- “‘Vexed by the Crassness of Commerce’: Jane Rule’s Struggle for Literary Integrity and Freedom of Expression.” Special Issue of Canadian Literature. 205 (Summer 2010): 86-106.
- “Jack Hodgins’ ‘Discovery of Strangers’: The Value of Community in Distance and Broken Ground.” Special Volume on Jack Hodgins. Ed. Annika Hannan. Montreal: Guernica P, 2010. 238-52. Nominated: Gabrielle Roy Prize in English, 2010.
- “The Parable of a Village in Decline: Duncan Campbell Scott’s In the Village of Viger and the Politics of a French-Canadian Community.” ESC 35.4 (December 2009): 31-51.
- “The Anti-Trickster in the Work of Sheila Watson, Mordecai Richler, and Gail Anderson-Dargatz.” Troubling Tricksters: Re-visioning Critical Approaches. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2010. 77-91.
- “‘What We Desire is Canadian’: The Complexity of Speaking to and for a Canadian Audience. An Interview with George Elliott Clarke.” Open Letter. Special Issue: “Poetics and Public Culture in Canada: Interviews, Interpretations, and Interventions.” 12.9 (Summer 2006): 11-26.
- “Canadian Art According to Emily Carr: The Search for Indigenous Expression and National Space.” Canadian Literature. 184 (Spring 2005): 43-57. [Reprinted in Greening the Maple: Canadian Ecocriticism in Context. Eds. Ella Soper-Jones and Nicholas Bradley. U of Calgary P, 2014.]
- “‘Like Rain Drops Rolling Down New Paint’: Chinese Immigrants and the Problem of National Identity in the Work of Emily Carr (lead article).” American Review of Canadian Studies (Autumn 2004): 415-438.
- “Articulating Madness: Foucault’s Madness & Civilization and Atwood’s Alias Grace.” TheWest-Virginia Philological Papers: Special Issue, Twentieth-Century Retrospective 45 (1999): 123-29.
3. Non-Refereed Articles
- “I’m a Dirty Girl.” “Feeling Dirty”: Special Issue of English Studies in Canada. Forthcoming 2015.
- “The Curtain Tape Recipes/Recettes de rubans pour Rideau.” Cuizine: The Journal of Canadian Food Cultures 5.1 (May 2014). http://id.erudit.org/iderudit/1024285ar
- Afterword to Taking My Life, by Jane Rule. Vancouver. Talon, 2011.