Phillip Sipiora is Professor of English and Film Studies at the University of South Florida. He is the author or editor of five books and has published approximately three dozen scholarly essays. He has lectured nationally and internationally on twentieth-century literature and film and is the Founding Editor of The Mailer Review. He is the editor of a forthcoming volume, Ida Lupino Behind the Camera.
- Sipiora, Phillip, ed. (2013). Mind of An Outlaw: Selected Essays. New York: Random House.
- — (2013). "Norman Mailer, Discursive Artist". The Mailer Review. 7 (1): 190–202.
- — (2009). "The Complications of Norman Mailer: A Conversation with J. Michael Lennon". The Mailer Review. 3 (1): 23–65.
- — (2009). "Perspectives on Cinema: A Conversation with Tom Luddy". The Mailer Review. 3 (1): 565–569.
- — (2016). "Nietzsche's Fingerprints on The Hands of Orlac". In Brill, Olaf; Rhodes, Gary D. Expressionism In The Cinema. University of Edinburgh Press. pp. 235–247.
- — (2011). "Phenomenological Masking: Complications of Identity in Double Indemnity". In McNalley, Karen. Billy Wilder, Movie-Maker: Critical Essays On the Films. Jefferson, NC: McFarland Press. pp. 102–116.
- — (2007). "Living in a Darker World: Hemingway's Figural, Phenomenal Florida Fiction". Florida English. 5: 42–62.
- Rostagni, Augusto (2002). "A New Chapter in the History of Rhetoric and Sophistry". In Sipiora, Phillip; Baumlin, James S. Kairos and Rhetoric: Essays in History, Theory, and Praxis. Translated by Sipiora, Phillip. Albany: SUNY UP. pp. 23–45. (This essay originally appeared as "Un Nuovo capitolo nella storia della retorica e della sofistica." Studi italiani de filologica classica, n.s. 2 (1922) 148-201.)