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Bradshaw, Wayne (2023) The Ego Made Manifest: Max Stirner, Egoism, and the Modern Manifesto. Bloomsbury, New York, NY, USA.

Bradshaw, Wayne (2023) Shannon Burns. Childhood: A Memoir. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 23 (1).

Bradshaw, Wayne (2022) The North of the South. Sūdō Journal, 4. pp. 31-36.

Boulard, Florence (2022) Picturebooks in New Caledonia: challenging cultural hegemony for “Une école Calédonienne”. Waikato Journal of Education, 27 (1). pp. 21-33.

Burrows, Lianda Arla (2022) Reappraising the land: Patrick White's landscape legacy and its afterlives. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Bradshaw, Wayne (2021) The ego made manifest: Max Stirner, egoism and the avant-garde literary manifesto, 1880–1914. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Burrows, Lianda (2020) A Review of ‘Beauty’ by Bri Lee. Westerly Magazine, 16 January 2020.

Burrows, Lianda (2019) The Semantics of Starvation. Westerly, 64 (2). pp. 57-65.

Bradshaw, Wayne (2018) The Ego in the Crowd. Competing Realities in the Avant-Garde Manifesto. In: European Network for Avant-Garde and Modernism Studies. p. 130. From: EAM 2018: Realisms of the Avant-Garde, 5 September - 7 September 2018, Münster, Germany.

Bradshaw, Wayne (2018) Ego-terrorism: The benefit of an anarcho-psychological perspective of terrorism. In: James, Sara, (ed.) Metaphysical Sociology: on the work of John Carroll. Morality, Society and Culture . Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 111-124.


Cardell, Kylie, Harous, Christiana, Maguire, Emma, and Woodyatt, Lydia (2023) How Can Publishers Support the Authors of Trauma Memoirs As They Unpack Their Pain for the Public? The Conversation.

Craven, Allison (2022) Review of “Reality, Magic and Other Lies: Fairy-Tale Film Truths. By Pauline Greenhill.”. Marvels & Tales, 36 (1). pp. 144-146.

Craven, Allison (2021) Book review of "Creating Australian Television Drama: a screenwriting history" by Susan Lever. North Melbourne, VIC, Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2020. ISBN: 978-1-925984-88-0. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 21 (2). 15.

Craven, Allison (2021) Reflecting on Diving for Depth: reading In Cold Blood for secondary literature students. Words'Worth, 54 (2). 3. pp. 12-14.

Crowe, Nicole (2019) The narrative possibilities of humour in regional family memoir: a creative writing exploration in Australian regional life-writing. PhD thesis, James Cook University.


Dillon, Denise (2022) Wilderness in 19th Century South Seas Literature: An Ecocritical Search for Seascapes. eTropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 21 (1). pp. 348-372.

Delante, Nimrod L. (2021) Surviving a natural disaster as a semiotic reformation of the self and worldview. Semiotica: Journal of the International Association for Semiotic Studies, 2021 (243). pp. 353-386.


Faini, Maria, Netzer, Orly Lael, and Maguire, Emma (2017) Students and New Scholars: A Conversation. Auto/Biography Studies, 32 (2). pp. 383-384.


Kelso, Sylvia (2023) The Mote in the Jester's Eye: Aspects of Race and Gender in Connie Willis's Light Short Fiction. In: Turner Smith, Carissa, (ed.) Connie Willis's Science Fiction: Doomsday Everyday. Routledge Studies in Contemporary Literature . Routledge, New York, NY, USA, pp. 182-207.

Kuttainen, Victoria, and Hansen, Claire (2020) Making connections: exploring the complexity of the secondary-tertiary nexus in English from the perspective of regional Australia. English in Australia, 55 (2). pp. 39-51.

Kelso, Sylvia (2020) The Road and the River: Genre-Neering a Future in the Sharing Knife Series. In: Yung Lee, Regina, and McCormack, Una, (eds.) Biology and Manners: Essays on the Works and Worlds of Lois McMaster Bujold. Liverpool Science Fiction Texts and Studies . Liverpool University Press, Liverpool, United Kingdom, pp. 113-130.

Kelso, Sylvia (2019) 'I Am Not the Law': Limits and Expansions of Women's Agency in the Sherlock Holmes Canon. In: Haile, Resa, and Bower, Tamara R., (eds.) Villains, Victims, and Violets: Agency and Feminism in the Original Sherlock Holmes Canon. BrownWalker Press, Boca Raton, Florida, USA, pp. 161-172.

Kelso, Sylvia (2016) The Woman and the River: Engineering Social Equity in Lois Bujold’s Sharing Knife Series. In: McBride, Margaret, (ed.) Social Justice Redux. Wiscon Chronicles, 10 . Aqueduct Press, Seattle, Washington, USA, pp. 184-197.


Long, Gillian Angela Patricia (2021) Shadows in the cane: reconstructing history through fiction to responsibly reimagine and make accessible the 1930s history of Cassowary Coast migrant sugar workers. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Lansdown, Richard (2020) The riddles of Mazeppa; or, more questions than answers: watermarks and cohabitations, April 1817-September 1818. Romanticism, 26 (3). pp. 267-279.


Maguire, Emma (2023) #MeToo Tells Us That Legal Systems Have Failed Women. Mai: feminism & visual culture, 11.

Maguire, Emma (2023) A Mother’s Milk: Motherhood, Trauma, and Monstrous Children in Folk Horror. In: Craven, Allison, and Balanzategui, Jessica, (eds.) Monstrous Beings and Media Cultures: Folk Monsters, Im/Materiality, Regionality. Horror and Gothic Media Cultures . Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, Netherlands, pp. 145-171. (In Press)

Maguire, Emma (2022) Book review of "Lohrey: Contemporary Australian Writers" by Julieanne Lamond. Melbourne University Press, 2022. ISBN: 9780522878936. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 23 (1).

Maguire, Emma (2022) Book review of "Witnessing Girlhood: toward an intersectional tradition of life writing" by Leigh Gilmore & Elizabeth Marshall. New York, USA, Fordham University Press, 2019. ISBN: 978-0-8232-8548-8. Auto/Biography Studies, 37 (2). pp. 362-367.

Maguire, Emma (2022) Limoncello. Superlative, 3.

Maguire, Emma (2022) Rev. of New Forms of Self-Narration: Young women, life writing and human rights. a/b: Auto/Biography Studies, 37 (3). pp. 536-542.

Maguire, Emma (2021) Facebook Society: Losing Ourselves in Sharing Ourselves by Roberto Simanowski (review). Biography, 44 (4). pp. 672-676.

Maguire, Emma (2020) Kokomo by Victoria Hannan: a millennial fiction that spans generations. The Conversation, 30 July 2020.

Maguire, Emma (2020) Teaching life reading and life writing through archives. In: [Presented at the International Auto/Biography Association: Teaching Life Writing Conference]. From: International Auto/Biography Association: Teaching Life Writing Conference, 10-11 December 2020, Virtual.

Maguire, Emma (2020) Under the Corn. Verity La.

Maguire, Emma (2019) Satelle's machine. Scum Mag, 2 September 2019.


O'Leary, Irene (2022) Literary dynamics in The.PowerBook by Jeanette Winterson and Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood. Language and Literature, 31 (3). pp. 325-344.

Osborne, Roger, and Carter, David (2021) Australian Authors in the House of William Morrow: Writing Good Commercial Fiction for the US Market. Antipodes, 35 (1-2). 13. pp. 145-162.


Smyth, Elizabeth A. (2023) The Semi-Georgic Australian Sugarcane Novel. In: Edney, Sue, and Somervell, Tess, (eds.) Georgic Literature and the Environment: Working Land, Reworking Genre. Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, Abingdon, Oxon, UK, pp. 184-198.

Smyth, Elizabeth (2023) The Silence of Loss. In: McInnes, Jeanette, Birt, Virginia, Wagner, Lenka, and Newey, Phil, (eds.) On Butterfly Wings. Tropical Writers Anthology, 9 . Tropical Writers, Cairns, QLD, Australia, pp. 100-105.

Spicer, Chrystopher (2022) “Plenty of business going on”: The Apocalyptic Cyclones of Alexis Wright’s Carpentaria as Trope of Real, Imagined, and Spiritual Australian Place. Motifs, 6.

Smyth, Elizabeth A. (2022) Writing an Australian Farm Novel: Connecting Regions via Magic Realism. Text, 26 (2). pp. 1-16.

Schierhuber, Stephanie Rhea Dawn (2021) Sleep, watch, and extended cognition in Spenserian epic and Shakespearean drama / Slaap, wake en gesitueerde cognitie in de epiek van Spenser en het toneelwerk van Shakespeare. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Smyth, Elizabeth (2021) Sugarcane and the Wet Tropics: reading the Georgic mode and region in John Naish's farm novel The Cruel Field (1962). Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 21 (2).

Spicer, Chrystopher (2021) Weep For the coming of men: epidemic and disease in Anglo-Western colonial writing of the South Pacific. eTropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 20 (1). pp. 273-293.

Spicer, Chrystopher J. (2020) Cyclone country: the language of place and disaster in Australian literature. McFarland & Company, Jefferson, North Carolina, USA.

Smyth, Elizabeth (2020) Will it Leave a Scar? In: Owens, Rod, Barker, Peter, and Serenc, Mary, (eds.) Green Ant Dreaming. Tropical Writers Anthology, 8 . Tropical Writers, Cairns, QLD, Australia, pp. 17-26.

Stevenson, Ana (2019) The woman as slave in nineteenth-century American social movements. Palgrave Studies in the History of Social Movements . Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Smyth, Elizabeth (2017) Not the Boss, But Still a Man. In: McDonald, Sally, and 2017 Anthology Committee, , (eds.) Free Fall. Tropical Writers Anthology, 7 . Tropical Writers, Cairns, QLD, Australia, pp. 92-94.


Taylor, Cheryl (2022) New Medieval Literatures 21 ed. by Wendy Scase et al. (review). Parergon, 39 (2). pp. 168-170.

Taylor, Cheryl (2020) Author, Scribe, and Book in Late Medieval English Literature by Rory G. Critten (review). Parergon, 37 (1). pp. 236-237.

Taylor, Cheryl (2017) "I Really Wanted to Write Novels That Are Poems": The multiple Effects of Poetry in Thea Astley's Fiction". Southerly, 77 (3). pp. 40-61.

Taylor, Cheryl M. (2017) "It Fits Where It Touches": Ronald McKie's fiction and 1970s feminism. Antipodes, 31 (1). pp. 206-220.

Taylor, Cheryl (2017) W/rites of Passion: Thea Astley's Sunshine Coast Transition from Poetry to Fiction. Queensland Review, 24 (2). pp. 271-281.

Taylor, Cheryl Madeline (1998) Rolle, Hilton and the author of The Cloud of Unknowing: the divine as freedom in middle English contemplative writings. PhD thesis, James Cook University.


Vidonja Balanzategui, Bianka (2023) NAISH, JOHN (JACK) (1923 - 1963), author and playwright. Dictionary of Welsh Biography.


White, Patrick (2021) What if the Burdekin was never bridged? Sūdō Journal, 3. pp. 11-23.

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