Essays, Features, & Reviews

“A time for honesty… here’s what the church means to me”, Evening Echo, April 26, 2018: 18.

“Forget the ivory tower – lecturers are working class too”, The Irish Times, April 25, 2018.

“Digital Humanities as Dissonant”, Digital Studies / Le champ numérique Vol. 8, No. 1 (2018).

“Universities have become like Ikea – just follow the instructions”, The Irish Times, February 2018.

“Publishing Holes“, Holes: Decade I, Cork: New Binary Press (2017): 109-113.

“Electronic Literature’s Contemporary Moment: Breeze and Campbell’s All the Delicate Duplicates“, Los Angeles Review of Books, November 2017.

“Computing differences in language between male and female authors”, RTÉ Brainstorm, October 2017.

“Homemakers of Ireland, I salute you”, Headstuff, August 2017.

“The realities of independent publishing in Ireland”, The Irish Times, June 2017.

“Why you don’t need to write much to be the world’s bestselling author”, The Conversation, April 2017.
Reprinted in The Independent, April 2017.

“We are all complicit”, HeadStuff, March 2017.

Chenier, Natasha R. and James O’Sullivan, “Regarding the Joyce Word Dictionary”, James Joyce Quarterly, Vol. 51, No. 1-2 (2015/16): 17–21.

“Feis Maitiú revives the prize-winners’ concert to celebrate its 85th anniversary”, Evening Echo, March 2011: 12-13.

“What makes digital humanities, digital?”, The Boolean (2012): 84-88.

Feature on the ties between Feis Maitiú, Corcaigh and Sri Lanka Festival for the Performing Arts, Evening Echo, February 2010: 18.