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Singer, Kate. (2023). “From It’s the End of the World as We Know it and I Feel Queer: Mary Shelley, Queer Affect, and Shapeshifting Through The Last Man.” In Chris Washington, Editor, The Last Man: A Norton Critical Edition. W. W. Norton.

Singer, K. (2022). “Shapeshifting Romantic Consciousness." In Richard Sha and Joel Faflak (Eds.), Romanticism and Consciousness, Revisited (pp. 311-338). Edinburgh University Press.

Singer, K. (2019). Romantic Vacancy: The Poetics of Gender, Affect, and Radical Speculation. SUNY Press: Albany, NY.

Singer, K. "'It's the End of the World as We Know It and I Feel Queer': Mary Shelley, Queer Affect, and Shapeshifting through The Last Man." In K. Singer, A. Cross, and S. L. Barnett (Eds.). Material Transgressions: Beyond Bodies, Genders, Things (213-232). Liverpool University Press.

Singer, K., Cross, A. & Barnett, S. L. (Eds.) (2020). Material Transgressions: Beyond Bodies, Genders, Things. Liverpool University Press.

Singer, K. (2019). Automatic for all: Mary Shelley's posthuman passion. In Michael Demson and Christopher Clason (Eds.), Romantic Automata: Exhibitions, Figures, Organisms (pp. 128-145). Bucknell UP.