The Unmapped Country: The Work and Life of Ann Quin
The first critical study of the work and life of the British experimental author, Ann Quin.

The Short Stories of Ann Quin
Edited collection of the unpublished stories of Ann Quin.

Media and Literary

Interview with Zadie Smith
The White Review [read an extract here]
No. 15, December, 2015

Voices in Your Head
March 2015

How do writers find their voices?
Guardian (print & digital)
23 August 2014

Introduction to “Every Cripple Has His Own Way of Walking” by Ann Quin
Music and Literature
August 2014

On the Exaggerated Reports of the Demise of the British Novel (with Patricia Waugh)
The White Review
Spring 2013

The Future of British Fiction (with Patricia Waugh)
Review of Contemporary Fiction
No. 3 (2013)

Interview with Jim Crace
Review of Contemporary Fiction
No. 3 (2013)

Afterword to The King of a Rainy Country by Brigid Brophy
Coelacanth Press, 2012

Review of C by Tom McCarthy
Review of Contemporary Fiction
No. 3 (2010)


Essay: Writers’ Inner Voices
States of Mind: Experiences at the Edge of Consciousness
Wellcome Collection, 2016

Essay: Experiment
Routledge Companion to Contemporary Literary Fiction
Routledge, 2016

Essay: Such a Thing as Avant Garde Has Ceased to Exist: The hidden legacies of the British experimental novel
Twenty-first Century Fiction: What Happens Now
Palgrave, 2013