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Galletly, Sarah (2016) Book review of "The L.M. Montgomery Reader: Volume Two: a critical heritage by Benjamin Lefebvre (ed). Toronto, Canada, University of Toronto Press, 2014. ISBN: 978-1-4426-4492-2. British Journal of Canadian Studies, 29 (2). pp. 295-296.

Galletly, Sarah (2015) L.M. Montgomery and Canadian mass-market magazines. British Journal of Canadian Studies, 28 (2). pp. 145-165.

Galletly, Sarah (2015) Book review of "The L.M. Montgomery Reader, Volume One: a life in print" by Benjamin Lefebvre (ed). Toronto, Canada, University of Toronto Press, 2013. ISBN: 978-1-4426-4491-5. British Journal of Canadian Studies, 28 (1). p. 139.

Galletly, Sarah (2012) "Deficient in love-interest": the sexual politics of the office in Canadian fiction. Perspectivas Colombo-Canadienses, 3. pp. 91-107.


Jericho, Greg (2004) Hollywood dreaming: satires of Hollywood 1930-2003. PhD thesis, James Cook University.


Kuttainen, Victoria (2016) Book review of 'Transitions in Middlebrow Writing, 1880-1930' by McDonald, K. and Singer, C. (eds). London, UK, Palgrave Macmillan. 2015. ISBN: 978-1-137-48677-6. SHARP news, 25 (2).

Kuttainen, Victoria, Liebich, Susann, and Galletly, Sarah (2015) Place, platform, and value: periodicals and the Pacific in late colonial modernity. English Studies in Canada, 41 (1). pp. 155-177.

Kuttainen, Victoria (2014) Trafficking literature: travel, modernity, and the middle ground of Canadian and Australian middlebrow print cultures. International Journal of Canadian Studies, 48. pp. 85-103.

Kuttainen, Victoria (2013) Dear Miss Cowie: the construction of Canadian authorship, 1920s and 1930s. English Studies in Canada, 39 (4). pp. 145-171.

Kuttainen, Victoria (2013) Book review of "The Modernist Party" by Kate McLoughlin (ed). Edinburgh, UK, Edinburgh University Press, 2013. ISBN: 978-1-4744-0141-8. James Joyce Quarterly, 51 (1). 6. pp. 232-236.

Kuttainen, Victoria (2012) Is Australia (still) postcolonial (yet)?: Review of "Postcolonial Issues in Australian Literature" Ed. Nathaniel O'Reilly. Amherst, NY, USA, Cambria, 2010. ISBN: 978-1-60497-711-0. Australian Literary Studies, 27 (2). pp. 102-106.

Kelso, Sylvia (2011) Thawing the frost garden: Komarr, by Lois McMaster Bujold. In: Broderick, Damien, and Ikin, Van, (eds.) Warriors of the Tao: the best of science fiction: a review of speculative literature. Wildside Press, Rockville, MD, USA, pp. 42-47.

Kelso, Sylvia (2004) Geeks and battlers: intersections of generic specificity and national narrative in writing Australian science fiction. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 3 (2).

Kelso, Sylvia (2001) Noir on noir: Barbara Hambly's New Orleans detective novels. Paradoxa: studies in world literary genres, 16. pp. 80-94.

Kelso, Sylvia (2000) Tales of earth: terraforming in recent women's SF. Foundation: International Journal of Science Fiction, 29 (34). pp. 34-43.

Kelso, Sylvia (1999) Monster marks: sliding significations of the groteque in popular fiction. In: Mills, Alice, (ed.) Seriously Weird: Papers on the Grotesque. Studies on Themes and Motifs in Literature (43). Peter Lang, New York, USA, pp. 105-114.

Kelso, Sylvia (1998) Connie Willis's civil war: redreaming America as science fiction. Foundation: International Journal of Science Fiction, 73. pp. 67-76.

Kelso, Sylvia (1998) MS found on a checkout counter. Paradoxa: studies in world literary genres, 4 (11). pp. 253-268.

Kelso, Sylvia (1998) Whadd'ya mean, narrative? Paradoxa: studies in world literary genres, 4 (11). pp. 431-450.

Kelso, Sylvia (1997) "Across Never": postmodern theory and narrative praxis in Samuel R. Delany's 'Nevérÿon cycle. Science Fiction Studies, 24 (2). pp. 289-301.

Kelso, Sylvia (1997) The feminist and the vampire: constructing postmodern bodies. Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, 8 (4). pp. 472-487.

Kelso, Sylvia (1997) The postmodern uncanny: or establishing uncertainty. Paradoxa: studies in world literary genres, 3 (3). pp. 456-470.

Kelso, Sylvia (1996) Take me for a ride in your man eater: the constraints of gynophobia in stephen king’s *christine.*. Paradoxa: studies in world literary genres, Volume 2 (2). pp. 263-267.


Lansdown, Richard (2000) Introduction. In: Lansdown, Richard, (ed.) The Bostonians: a novel by Henry James. Penguin Classics . Penguin Books, London, UK, vii-xxx.


Menadue, Christopher Benjamin James (2019) Science fictions, cultural facts: a digital humanities approach to a popular literature. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Maguire, Emma, and Cardell, Kylie (2019) Sluts and sex objects: memoir and the millennial journalist. In: Joseph, Sue, and Keeble, Richard Lance, (eds.) Sex and Journalism: critical, global perspectives. Bite-Sized Books, Goring, UK, pp. 37-45.

Menadue, Christopher Benjamin (2018) Farewell Ursula Le Guin – the One who walked away from Omelas. The Conversation, 25 January 2018.

Morgan, Samantha (2015) Malthusian ideas: Sheri S. Tepper's new ecological misery. Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment, 22 (2). pp. 222-240.


Reichardt, Dosha (2009) The Man of Law's Tale: Bartleby, Augustine, and the economy of salvation. AUMLA, 112. pp. 39-52.


Wight, Linda (2007) Magic, art, religion, science: blurring the boundaries of science and science fiction in Marge Piercy's cyborgian narrative. In: Morrissey, Thomas J., and de Los Santos, Oscar, (eds.) When Genres Collide: selected essays from the 37th Annual Meeting of the Science Fiction Research Association, June 22-25, 2006, White Plains, New York. Fine Tooth Press, Waterbury, CT, USA, pp. 133-140.

Wight, Linda (2007) Piercy's Gendered Cyborgs: hope, threat and blurred boundaries. In: Duchamp, L. Timmel, (ed.) The WisCon Chronicles. Aqueduct Press, Seattle, USA, pp. 74-81.

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