Co-authored book chapter: “«The flame of liberty must glow in your bosom with no uncommon fervour»: Anna Seward’s Letters to Helen Maria Williams during the French Revolution.” In Genealogías de Conocimiento: Transmissión y re-construcción de ideas en autoras de los ss. XVI-XIX. Helena Aguilà Ruzola, Carme Font Paz (eds.). Granada: Editorial Comares, 2023.

Article: “What said the reviewers?”: Evaluating Seward’s Critical and Cultural Disappearance in the Reviewing Press”. Women’s Writing special issue: “Early Modern Textual Misogynies”, Carme Font Paz (ed.), Routledge.


“Women Translating Women: Resisting the Male Intellectual Canon in Eliza Hayley’s Es-says on Friendship and Old-Age, by the Marchioness de Lambert (1780)”.
‘“To ‘leave my name in life’s visit’”: The Intersection of Age and Gender in the Literary Afterlife of Anna Seward’

“‘I mourn their nature, but admire their art’ Anna Seward’s Assertion of Female Critical Authority in Maturity and Old Age”.

‘“Thine Sacred Friendship”: Anna Seward’s “Llangollen Vale” and the Female Romantic Community”.

‘“The Ambitious, the Selfish, the Wild”: Female violence and Self-assertion in Charlotte Dacre’s Zofloya’.

‘“But My Soul Wanders, I Demand It Back”: Lord Byron and Charlotte Smith’s Poetry in Exile”.

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Anna Seward and the Lichfield Record Office”.

OTD in 1816: John Keats Meets Leigh Hunt”.

OTD in 1816: 10th December and the Tragic Death of Harriet Shelley”.

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Lord Byron’s Childe Harold”. Romantic Readings Series, March 2016.


“Poor Wand’ring Wretches!” : Charlotte Smith’s Coming to Terms with her Exilic Persona through Poetry