1. Goethe in Wieliczka Salt Mine. RIC Journal (2021)
  2. You Should Share With Seagulls. RIC Journal (2020)

Digital Projects

  1. Noods! An Interactive Story (2020)
    Noods! is a digital, visual story about getting out of the rain and into a bowl of noodles. Made using Bitsy, it’s an example of how a simple graphical interface along with a simple story can make for a compelling experience.


  1. Roughness of Thought: A Review of Tahi Saihate’s Astral Season, Beastly Season. Cha (2021).
  2. Review of 7 1/2 by Christos Tsiolkas. ArtsHub (2021).
  3. Disrupting the Capitalist Real: Kevin Lewis’s Willy’s Wonderland. Overland Online (2021).
  4. Review of Tony Birch’s Dark as Last Night. ArtsHub (2021).
  5. The Digital Hereafter: On Patrick Stokes’ “Digital Souls”. Sydney Review of Books (2021).
  6. Eat Sleep Rave Repeat: Reviewing Rainald Goetz’s RaveMeanjin (2021).
  7. Review of Pip Adam’s Nothing to SeeAustralian Book Review (2021).
  8. Personality Crisis: Jolts by Fernando Sdrigotti. The Quietus (2020).
  9. Review of Dry Milk by Huo Yan. Mascara Literary Review (2020).
  10. Fading in and out at the end of life: Review of Bruno Lloret’s ‘Nancy’. 3AM Magazine(2020).
  11. Review of Tim Molloy’s “Mr Unpronounceable and the Infinity of Nightmares”. Australian Book Review. (2016).
  12. From a State of Insecurity to a Community of Care: Review of Isabell Lorey’s “State of Insecurity”. 3AM Magazine(2015).
  13. Review of Jennifer Rutherford’s “Zombies”. Australian Book Review. (2014).


Peer-Reviewed Papers

  1. Sipowicz, M. (Forthcoming) “Walter Charleton, Well-being, and the Cartesian Passions” in Intellectual History Review.
  2. Sipowicz, M. (2021) “Mary Astell on the Social Nature of the Cartesian Passionsin Studia z Historii Filozofii 12 (3), 37-59. (Open Access)
  3. Forthcoming 2022. Broad J., and Sipowicz, M. “Cavendish’s Philosophy of the Passions: Theory and Practice”, in Margaret Cavendish: An Interdisciplinary Perspective, edited by Lisa Walters and Brandie Siegfried (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, under contract); submitted March 2019.

Academic Book Reviews

  1. Sipowicz, M. (2019). Harold J. Cook, “The Young Descartes”. Parergon (36) 1, 192-193.
  2. Sipowicz, M. (2017). Robert Stern, “Kantian Ethics: Value, Agency, and Obligation”. Colloquy: Text, Theory, Critique (34), 149-151.