Cade, Octavia. (2018) “Sacrifice in Susan Cooper’s The Dark is Rising Sequence.” BFS Journal. Number 19, pp. 66-75.
Cade, Octavia. (2016) “Agency and the Consequences of Creation in Mark O’Connor’s Reef Poems.” ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment. Volume 23, Issue 1, pp. 92-104. http://isle.oxfordjournals.org/content/23/1/92.full
Cade, O.J. (2016) “Sifting Science: Stratification and The Exorcist.” Horror Studies. Volume 7, Number 1, pp. 61-72.
Cade, O.J. (2015) “‘I Close the Mima’: The Role of Narrative in Harry Martinson’s Aniara.” Scandinavica. Volume 54, Number 2, pp. 91-114.
Cade, O.J. (2014) “Witnessing the Waste Land: Sight, Sound and Response in Edith Sitwell’s ‘Three Poems of the Atomic Age’.” UnderCurrents: the Journal of Critical Environmental Studies. Volume 18, pp. 18-24. http://pi.library.yorku.ca/ojs/index.php/currents/article/view/38540
Cade, O.J. (2011) “Both Communal and Private: Access and Subversion of Access to Poetry in the Virtual Environment.” Experimental Poetics and Aesthetics. Number 1. http://www.waikato.ac.nz/fass/experimentalpoetics/2011/
Cade, O.J. (2011) “Nature, Science and Technology in the Poetry of Cilla McQueen.” Ka Mate Ka Ora. Issue 10. http://www.nzepc.auckland.ac.nz/kmko/10/ka_mate10_cade.asp
Cade, Octavia. “Moonlight and Silver Bullets: Twentieth Century Racial Purity in Werewolf Films”. In Frank Jacob and Verena Bernardi (eds.) Monster Media in Its Historical Context. Vernon Press, forthcoming.
Cade, Octavia. (2017) “Nature as Creative Catalyst: Building Poetic Environmental Narratives through the Artists in Antarctica Programme.” In Nicholas Holm and Sy Taffel (eds.) Ecological Entanglements in the Anthropocene. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books: pp. 159-176.
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