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


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.

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.


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.

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 (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.

Menadue, Christopher B. (2017) Trysts tropiques: the torrid jungles of science fiction. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 16 (1). pp. 125-140.


Roberts, David, Milner, Andrew, and Murphy, Peter (2023) Science Fiction and Narrative Form. Bloomsbury Academic, London, UK.

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