He is the author of Digital Fandom: New Media Studies, which examines fans of cult television programs, and of Time on TV: Temporal Displacement and Mashup Television, which compares time travel on television with social media. He is the editor of Fan Phenomena: Doctor Who, a study of fans of the popular British television show, and has also published over 20 articles in journals such as Communication Studies, Transformative Works and Culture, Television and New Media, Critical Studies in Media Communication, New Media and Culture, Science Fiction Film and Television, and Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies. He has chapters in the books Crowdfunding the Future, Time Travel in the Media, Doctor Who and Language, Remake Television, Produsing Theory, Transgression 2.0, American Remakes of British Television, and Battlestar Galactica and Philosophy.
His latest books, Playing Fans: Negotiating Fandom and Media in the Digital Age and Game Play: Paratextual in Contemporary Board Games, were both published in early 2015, with another volume, Controversies in Digital Ethics (edited with Amber Davisson) set for publication in February, 2016.
Professor Booth is also working on forthcoming books and articles on fandom in media and popular culture, the 'event' of fandom, waves of fandom in fan studies classes, computers in culture, and transmedia.
He is currently enjoying a cup of coffee.