MemberCait Coker

…“Defining Fan Fiction: A Historiographical Approach.” Fan Studies Network North America. Chicago, IL. October 2018.
“Pressed and Stitched: Empirical Bibliography and the Gendering of Books and Book History.” Women in Book History 1660-1836 symposium. Vancouver, BC. August 17, 2018.
“Gendering Pedagogy? Empirical Bibliography, Book History, and the Problem of Manuscript Production.” Seminar on Women and Book History, chaired by Valerie Wayne. Shakespeare…
…Women in Book History Bibliography. Co-Editor.

Science Fiction and Fantasy Research Database. Co-Editor.…
…. (6000 words) Pre-print:

“The Fannish Reader (and Her Discontents).” The Journal of Fandom Studies. Accepted. (6000 words)

“The Margins of Print? Fan Fiction as Book History.” Transformative Works and Cultures. September 2017. URL:…

Formerly of special collections at Texas A&M, with specializations in Book History and in Science Fiction, I decamped and am a current doctoral candidate in English. My work uses empirical and enumerative bibliography to recover the labors of women in the book trades in the seventeenth century, and using book history to recontextualize theories of genre writing.