Pornographesis: Sex, Media and Gay Culture, Manuscript in Progress.


Pleasure and Suspicion, edited with Rachel E. Greenspan, Polygraph 26 (Winter 2017).


Stadler, John Paul. “Vocalizing Queer Desire: Phone Sex, Radio Smut, and the AIDS Epidemic,” Feminist Media Histories, Vol. 5, no. 2 (Spring 2019).

Stadler, John Paul. “The Queer Heart of Porn Studies,” Journal of Cinema and Media Studies (previously named Cinema Journal) (Fall 2018).

Stadler, John Paul. “What Will Be: The Deferred Language of Vito Acconci,” Art and Documentation 10 (Fall 2014).

Stadler, John Paul. “Dire Straights: The Indeterminacy of Sexual Identity in Gay-for-Pay Pornography,” Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Media 55 (Fall 2013).


Stadler, John Paul, with Rachel E. Greenspan. “Introduction to Pleasure and Suspicion,” Polygraph 26 (Winter 2017).


Stadler, John Paul. “Critical Bottoming: Repositioning Male Effeminacy and its Racialization,” Reviews in Cultural Theory (August 2016): a review of Tan Hoang Nguyen’s A View From the Bottom: Asian American Masculinity and Sexual Representation.

Stadler, John Paul. "Pornography After Sex: or, the Archival Turn in Porn(ography) Studies,” Polygraph 25 (September 2016): a review of The Porn Archives, eds. Tim Dean, David Squires, Steven Ruszczycky.


Stadler, John Paul, with Brandon Arrayo, Darshana Mini, Ben Strassfeld, & Madita Oeming. “Porno Cultures Podcast: Graduate Student Roundtable,” Porn Studies (October 2019): 1- 16.

Stadler, John Paul, with Susanna Paasonen and Shaka McGlotten. “The Deep Realness of Deepfake Pornography,” in Deep Mediations, edited by Karen Redrobe and Jeff Scheible, University of Minnesota Press, forthcoming.


Stadler, John Paul. Prehistoric (fiction chapbook), The Cupboard Pamphlet (September 2016).

Stadler, John Paul. “Matthew Perry is Following Me,” Redivider 9.1 (Winter 2011): 33.

Stadler, John Paul. “this is something,” Winner of the Quickie Contest Poetry Award, judged by Pablo Medina, Redivider 8.1 (Fall 2010): 29.

Stadler, John Paul. “The Cloth,” Winner of the Quickie Contest Prose Award, judged by Robert Olen Butler, Redivider 8.1 (Fall 2010): 118.

Stadler, John Paul. “Confession,” Winner of the Quickie Contest Prose Award, judged by George Singleton, Redivider 7.1 (Fall 2009): 52.

Stadler, John Paul. “Potato, Potato” and “Malapropos,” Pax Americana (Spring 2010).

Stadler, John Paul. “Beneath Niagara,” Palimpsest 1.1 (Fall 2009): 77 - 87.

Stadler, John Paul. “Apiarian,” “Bingo,” and “Translation,” Spring Gun Press 1.1 (Fall 2009).

Stadler, John Paul. “Cat Thrower,” Dogzplot (April 2009).

Stadler, John Paul. “Milk, the Wound, and Recompense,” BoundOff 29.1 (Summer 2008).

Stadler, John Paul. “The Drinking Game,” The American Drivel Review 5.1 (Summer 2008): 26 - 31.


Stadler, John Paul. “Constrained Thought and the Unexpected Merits of the Un-Conference,” Duke Faculty Write Program Blog (October 2018).

Stadler, John Paul. “Queer Pornogenesis,“ In Media Res (June 2018).

Stadler, John Paul. “Reading What Isn’t There,” Language, Arts, and Media Program Blog (June 2018).

Stadler, John Paul. “Writing as a Collective Process,” Duke University Graduate School Professional Development Blog (March 2015).