‘Re-placing Malcolm Lowry: From the Mersey to the World (and back again)’, Journal of Writing in Creative Practice, 8.3 (forthcoming)
New Poetries VI, co-edited with Michael Schmidt (Manchester: Carcanet, 2015)
Missel-Child (poetry collection) (Manchester: Carcanet, 2014)
Individual poems in magazines and anthologies including The Forward Book of Poetry 2015, Best British Poetry 2013, New Poetries V (2011), Archipelago, The Bow-Wow Shop, Kaffeeklatsch, The Manchester Review, New Walk, The North, PN Review, Poetry Proper, Poetry Review, Poetry Wales, The Reader, Stand.
‘In Conversation with Sujata Bhatt’, PN Review 213 (2013), pp. 30–32.
‘Poets I Go Back To’ (on Rainer Maria Rilke, Louise Glück and T.S. Eliot), The North 51 (2013), p. 64.
‘The Consul in the Pharmacy: Orphaned Writing, Alcohol, and the Pharmakon-Structure in Under the Volcano’, in The Firminist: A Malcolm Lowry Journal, 1.1 (October 2010).
Malcolm Lowry: From the Mersey to the World (Liverpool University Press, 2009), co-edited with Bryan Biggs
Telling the Fractures (short poetry collection; collaboration with photographer Alan Ward) (Axis Projects, 2008)
‘ “A Kind of Mud-Wrestling”: A Conversation with Jeffrey Wainwright’, PN Review 182 (2008), pp. 38–41.
‘ “The Fiend that Smites with a Look”: The Monstrous/Menstruous Woman and the Danger of the Gaze in Oscar Wilde’s Salomé’, Literature and Theology 18.1 (March 2004), pp. 23-37.
Anaïs Nin, Fictionality and Femininity: Playing a Thousand Roles (Oxford English Monographs; Oxford University Press, 2003).
‘ “I am the Other Face of You”: Anaïs Nin, Fantasies and Femininity’, Women: A Cultural Review, 12.3 (Winter 2001), pp. 306-24.
‘Discovering the Plots of One’s Life: Narrative Selves and Psychoanalysis in H.D. and Anaïs Nin’, Anaïs: An International Journal 19 (2001), pp. 73-82.
‘ “Discovering the Plots of One’s Life”: Narrative Selves and Psychoanalysis in Anais Nin and H.D.’, at Texts and Contexts: Women Writing Between the Wars, St John’s College, Oxford, 28 March 1998
‘A Woman Speaks: Art, Authenticity and Anais Nin’s Diary’, at Texts of Testimony, Liverpool John Moores University, 23 August 2001
‘ “The Fiend that Smites with a Look: The Monstrous/Menstruous Woman and the Danger of the Gaze in Oscar Wilde’s Salome‘, at Menstruation: Blood, Body, Brand, University of Liverpool, 26 January 2003
‘ The Consul in the Pharmacy: Orphaned Writing, Alcohol, and the Pharmakon-Structure in Under the Volcano‘, at Malcolm Lowry: Fifty Years On, University of Sussex, 27 June 2007