Larson studies how digital technology changes the way journalists, authors and other content creators make a living—and how that affects the stories and voices we hear in the world. She is currently writing a book on the 40-year history of romance writers’ professional networks.
Selected Scholarly Work
- The Color of Romance (from Voices: The Shifting Contours of Communication Research.) Eds. Patricia Moy and Donald Mathesen. Peter Lang, 2019, DOI: https://doi.org/10.3726/b14771
- Open Networks, Open Books: Gender, precarity and solidarity in digital romance publishing. Information, Communication & Society. June, 2019.
- Live Publishing: the onstage redeployment of journalistic authority. Media, Culture and Society. Feb, 10, 2015.
- Network Celebrity: Entrepreneurship and the New Public Intellectuals. By Fred Turner and Christine Larson. Public Culture, 2015.