The Last Plantagenet Consorts: Gender, Genre, and Historiography 1440-1627 (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012)
- The Tudor Book Reviews (review by Carolyn Harris, August 2012)
- Review of English Studies (review by John Watkins, January 2013)
- Renaissance Quarterly (review by Retha M. Warnicke, spring 2013)
- Journal of British Studies (review by N.L. Corrigan, April 2013)
- The Medieval Review (review by Holly S. Hurlburt, April 2013)
- Speculum (review by J.L. Laynesmith, October 2013)
- Journal of the Northern Renaissance (review by Phoebe C. Linton, June 2014)
- Early Modern Studies Journal (review by Rebecca Dark, 2016?)
- English Studies (review by Allison Machlis Meyer, April 2016)
“Blood in the Moonlight: Hannibal as Queer Noir,” with EJ Nielsen, Quarterly Review of Film & Video 35.6 (2018): 568-82.
“Fannish Paratexts and their Premodern Roots,” The Journal of Fandom Studies, 5.2 (2017): 157-74.
“Bloodlines and Blood Spilt: Historical Retelling and the Rhetoric of Sovereignty in Shakespeare’s First Tetralogy,” Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England, 30 (2017): 210-25.
“Exit, pursued by a fan: Shakespeare, Fandom, and the Lure of the Alternate Universe,” with Jessica McCall, Critical Survey 28.2: Creative/Critical Shakespeares: 27-38.
“Pickled Red Herring,” Critical Survey 28.2: Creative/Critical Shakespeares: 45-66.
“History Play: critical and creative engagement with Shakespeare’s tetralogies in transformative fanworks,” Shakespeare 13.3 (2017): 210-25. Published online on 16 March 2016. (link) (PDF: KVMFinn – History Play (2016))
Becoming: Genre, Queerness, and Transformation in NBC’s Hannibal, with EJ Nielsen (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, forthcoming 2019).
The Palgrave Handbook of Shakespeare’s Queens, with Valerie Schutte (New York: Palgrave, 2018).
Fan Phenomena: Game of Thrones (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2017).
Space and Place in Children’s Literature, 1789 to the Present, with Maria Sachiko Cecire, Hannah Field, and Malini Roy (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2015).
“‘Nothing hath begot my something grief’: Invisible Queenship in Shakespeare’s Second Tetralogy,” with Lea Luecking Frost, The Palgrave Handbook of Shakespeare’s Queens, ed. Kavita Mudan Finn and Valerie Schutte (New York: Palgrave, 2018).
“‘Men go to battle, women wage war’: Gender Politics in The White Queen and its Fandom,” Premodern Rulers, Postmodern Viewers, ed. Janice North, Elena Woodacre, and Karl Alvestad (New York: Palgrave, 2018).
“‘Of whom proud Rome hath boasted long’: Intertextual Conversations and Popular History,” Conversational Exchanges in Early Modern England, ed. Kristen A. Bennett (Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2015). (PDF: KVMFinn – Intertextual Conversations and Popular History (2015))
“‘A Queen in Jest’: Queenship and Historical Subversion in Shakespeare’s 3 Henry VI and Richard III,” Representations of Elizabeth I in Early Modern Culture, ed. Alessandra Petrina and Laura Tosi (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011). (PDF: KVMudan – A queen in jest (2011))
“‘So mutable is that sexe’: Queen Elizabeth Woodville in Polydore Vergil’s Anglica Historia and Sir Thomas More’s History of King Richard the Third,” The Rituals and Rhetoric of Queenship: Medieval to Early Modern, ed. Elizabeth Oakley-Brown and Louise Wilkinson (Dublin: Four Courts, 2009). (PDF: KVMudan – So mutable is that sexe (2009))
“High and Mighty Queens of Westeros,” Game of Thrones vs. History: Written in Blood, ed. Brian A. Pavlac and Elizabeth Lott (Oxford: Wiley, 2017).