“Romantic Futurities: Onwards!” Romanticism on the Net (forthcoming 2021)
“Keats’s Vanishing Books.” Romanticism (forthcoming/in press, 2021).
“The Novelty of Mansfield Park.” Routledge Companion to Jane Austen. Eds. Maria Frawley and Cheryl A. Wilson. Routledge (July 2021).
“‘uncertainties, Mysteries, doubts’: Pluralities and the Historical Present in Keats and Hazlitt” in Keats’s Negative Capability: New Origins and Afterlives. Liverpool University Press, March 2019.
“‘Without you, I am nothing’: on the counterfactual imagination in Emma” (reprinted) in Literature and Contingency, ed. Christina Lupton (Routledge, March 2019).
“In London and Louvain: Bookish Materiality and Social Equality“ The Keats Letters Project (May 2019).
“To ‘lean upon a closed book’: Keats’s Sonnets, Formal Closure, and the Codex Book” European Romantic Review 29.2 (April 2018): 229-245.
“‘Without you, I am nothing’: on the counterfactual imagination in Emma” Textual Practice 32.3 (May 2018): 471-488.
Modernity’s Mist: British Romanticism and the Poetics of Anticipation. New York: ‘Lit Z’ series of Fordham University Press, 2016.
Below: That’s me in Hampstead, propped up by a colleague and trying to get a good photo of Leigh Hunt’s house during the Vale of Health walk, guided by Nick Roe, at the Keats Foundation conference, May 2017.
Photo credit: Bill Stroup.