Selected academic, magic, and online publications:

Matthew Solomon & Joe Culpepper (2018) “Toward a Historiography of Stage Conjuring: Are We Entering a Golden Age?,” Early Popular Visual Culture, 16:2, 112-122, DOI: 10.1080/17460654.2018.1550853

Special issue 16.2 of Early Popular Visual Culture — The Golden Age of Stage Conjuring, 1880-1930 — co-edited by Joe Culpepper & Matthew Solomon, 2018.

« The Circus Card Trick » : langage performatif, communauté interprétative et éthique de la tromperie, Machines. Magie. Média., Presse Universitaires du Septentrion, Septembre 2018.

“The Bells, the Birds and the Tragic Gifts of Nicholas Green,” Scapegoat, No. 11: Life, 2018.

Review of Cirque Global: Québec’s Expanding Circus BoundariesTheatre Research in Canada, vol. 38, no. 1, 2017.

“La magie des bandes dessinées en amérique du nord,” Centre nationale des arts du cirque, Châlons-en-Champagne, France, for their exhibition The Magic Epic (l’Épopée de la magie), 13 January 2017.

Philippe Beau: ombromane dans la lumière,” Magicus magazine, July/August 2016.

“Philippe Beau: Out of the Shadows,” Genii magazine, December 2015.

“Now You See It: Posters from Magic’s Golden Age,” The Walrus, April 2015.

Maraş dondurmasi: Secrets of a Magical Ice Cream Commodity.” In Media Res. August 2014.

“Reception and Adaptation: Magic Effects, Mysteries, Con Games.” Dissertation. University of Toronto. 2014.

“Banachek’s The Alpha Project and the One-person Theatre Show.” The Toronto Review of Books. July 2012.

“Births, Deaths and Reincarnations of Reception Theory.” Frame 24.1. 2011.

“Whitlam and Davies — Worlds of Wonder,” Magicol no.177, November 2010.

“Flâneurs and Infiltrators (How to Read Cityscapes via Textscapes).” Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture. April 2009.

“The Life and Magic of Stewart James (1908-1996),” a web exhibition and research project hosted by Magicana. August 2007.

“Criminal Adaptations: Successful Artistic and Cultural Infidelities.” TRANSverse. March 2007.