2017 Book: Clay in the Potter's Hands: Leader's Guide. Lindale and Associates, 2010.
2016 Lecture: "PROVOCATION: Creativity Through the Lens of Hebrews Ten." Hutchmoot: A Celebration of Books, Music, and the Arts. Sponsored by The Rabbit Room. Nashville, Tennessee. October 8, 2016. Purchase a recording here.
2016 Audiobook: "Bandersnatch." TreeHouseStudios, 2016.
2016 Book: Bandersnatch: C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, and the Creative Collaboration of the Inklings. Kent State University Press, 2016.
2015 Article: "Intellectual Hospitality." APU Life. Vol. 28, Issue 2, July, 2015: 14-17. Web.
2015 Lecture (Videotaped): "Lesson #5." Discussing Mere Christianity Study Guide: A DVD Guide Exploring the History, Meaning, and Relevance of C. S. Lewis's Greatest Book. HarperCollins/Zondervan, 2015. Video. Buy it here. View Trailer here.
2013 Poem: "Mary." Songs You Know You Know by Heart: Glenkirk’s Christmas Devotional Booklet. Glenkirk Church, December, 2013: 30. Print.
2012 Chapter: “C. S. Lewis in Disguise: Portraits of Jack in the Fiction of His Friends.” C. S. Lewis and the Inklings: Discovering Hidden Truth. Ed. Salwa Khoddam. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2012: 34-54. Print.
2011 Paper (w. Josh B. Long): “Biography as Source: Niggles and Notions.” Tolkien and the Study of His Sources. Ed. Fisher, Jason. Jefferson: McFarland, 2011. 193-214. Print.
2010 Book: Clay in the Potter’s Hands. Lindale and Associates, 2010.
2008 Article: “Dusting for Fingerprints: How a Determined Researcher Stumbled Across the Clues that Unlocked the Creative Process of Lewis, Tolkien, and the Inklings.” Argentus Issue 8, December, 2008: 16-18. Print.
2008 Chapter: “Lewis, Tolkien, and the Inklings.” The New Writer’s Handbook: A Practical Anthology of the Best Advice For Your Craft and Career. Ed. Philip Martin. Vol. 2. Minneapolis: Scarletta, 2013 (226-230). Print.
2007 Article: “Dynamic Transformation: I Get By With a Little Help From My Friends.” APU Life Magazine 20.3 (2007): 16-17. Print.
2007 Paper: "The Centre of the Inklings: Lewis? Tolkien? Barfield? Williams?" Mythlore: A Journal of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Charles Williams, and the Genres of Myth and Fantasy, 99/100, Fall 2007. Reprinted in The Literature Resource Center. Web. 3 Aug. 2011. Reprinted in Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism. Gale. Winter 2011.
2007 Chapter (w. David Bratman): “C.S. Lewis Scholarship: A Bibliographic Overview.” C.S. Lewis: Life, Works, and Legacy. Ed. Bruce L. Edwards. Vol. 4. Westport: Greenwood, 2007. 283-302. Print.
2007 Chapter: “We are All Fallen Creatures and All Very Hard to Live With: Some Thoughts on Lewis and Gender.” Christian Scholar’s Review 36.4 (2007). Print.
2007 Book: The Company They Keep: C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien as Writers in Community. Kent: Kent State UP, 2007. Print.
2006 Memoir: "Snowbound in Morocco." 2006. Microsoft Word file.
2004 Article (w. Laura K. Simmons): “Dorothy L. Sayers and C. S. Lewis: Two Approaches to Creativity and Calling .”SEVEN: An Anglo-American Literary Review.
1998 Co-Edited Book (w. David Weeks): The Liberal Arts in Higher Education: Challenging Assumptions, Exploring Possibilities. Lanham: UPA, 1998. Print.
1998 Nine Articles in C. S. Lewis: A Reader’s Encyclopedia. Ed. Jeffrey Schultz, John Garrett West. Grand Rapids: ZondervanPublishingHouse, 1998. Print.
1998 Paper: “Joy Davidman Lewis: Author, Editor, and Collaborator.” Mythlore: A Journal of C. S. Lewis, J.R. R. Tolkien, Charles Williams, and the Genres of Myth and Fantasy. Summer 1998: 10-17. Print.
1998 Article: “C. S. Lewis: A Tour Through Secondary Sources.” Mission and Ministry, Journal of Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry.
1998 Chapter: “Reader’s Guide to Books About C. S. Lewis” in The Pilgrim’s Guide: C.S. Lewis and Other Resources. Ed. David Mills. Grand Rapids: Eedermans, 1998. 257-273. Print.
1997 Paper: “The One-Hour C. S. Lewis Scholar” Mythprint: A Bulletin of the Mythopoeic Society.
1994 Paper: “More Than a Bandersnatch: The Influence of the Inklings on Tolkien’s Middle-Earth.” Tolkien Centenary Conference Proceedings. Oxford, England.