Please get in touch if you’d like access to any of my work not freely available. I’m always happy to share.
‘Byron and ‘ruins’ of Newstead Abbey’ in Writing Britain’s Ruins ed. by Michael Carter, Peter Lindfield and Dale Townshend (2017) – Amazon UK Affiliate Link
‘Georgette Heyer’ in The Palgrave Handbook of Contemporary Gothic (2020) – Amazon UK Affiliate Link
‘The Gothic Romance’ in The Palgrave Handbook of Contemporary Gothic (2020) – Amazon UK Affiliate Link
‘Georgette Heyer and Redefining the Gothic Romance’ in Georgette Heyer, History and Historical Fiction (2020) – Free online here
‘The Theology of Radcliffe’s Dreams’ in Dream and Literary Creation in Women’s Writings in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries – You can purchase it here
‘Gothic Fairy-Tales and Deleuzian Desire’ in Palgrave Communications (4) – Studies in Gothic and Horror (2018) – https://www.nature.com/articles/s41599-018-0106-8
‘Setting a Course for New Horizons: A Gothic Guide’ – Fresh Horizons Autumn/Winter 2020 – free online here
‘What’s in a Name’ for History Today, Vol. 70, Issue 11, November 2020 – https://www.historytoday.com/archive/history-matters/whats-name
‘Bedfellows of the Worm: The Early History of Female Vampires’ for Tor.com –https://www.tor.com/2020/07/24/bedfellows-of-the-worm-the-early-history-of-female-vampires/
‘More Thrilling than Fiction: The Really Life Heroines of the Early Gothic’ for Tor.com –https://www.tor.com/2020/05/12/more-thrilling-than-fiction-the-real-life-heroines-of-the-early-gothic/
‘The Theo-Aesthetics of The Early British Gothic’ for the Bible Gothic project – https://sheffieldgothic.home.blog/2018/01/24/gothic-bible-the-theo-aesthetics-of-the-early-british-gothic/
‘The Church of the Reimagining: May God be with you, for the Devil will be’ for Sheffield Gothic (An experiemental paper)- https://sheffieldgothic.home.blog/the-church-of-the-reimagining/
‘The Book’ in Gwyllion Magazine
‘Homesick’ in Unspeakable: A Queer Gothic Anthology (2020) – Amazon UK Affiliate Link
You can find out more about this project here. It sets out to use fragmentary writing as a means for those living with chronic pain (or their carers) to express their reality through a focus not on overarching narratives but on moments.
You can also listen to an ‘Airing Pain’ interview with those who ran the project (Sara Wasson and Zoe Lambert) and myself here
This is a list of my current publications. There are more coming though!