If you have enjoyed what you have seen on this blog, you may be interested in my published work. Here is an up-to-date list. Any comments or problems with access feel free to get in touch.

‘Crimson Nightmares: Tales of the Future and Fears of Revolution in Early Twentieth-Century Britain’, co-authored with Michael Hughes, Contemporary British History, 28.3 (2014), 294-317

‘Competing Prophets: H. G. Wells, George Griffith, and Visions of Future War, 1893-1914’, The Wellsian, 38 (2015), 5-23

‘Conflict and Violence’, in J. Hogg, ed, Using Primary Sources: a practical guide for students, JISC Open Access e-textbook project, Liverpool University Press (published online Oct. 2016)

‘‘The Play All London is Discussing’: The Great Success of Guy Du Maurier’s An Englishman’s Home, 1909’, Theatre Notebook, 70.3 (2016), 184-213

‘Sharpening the Mind: The German Menace and Edwardian National Identity’, in N. Carle, Samuel Shaw and Sarah Shaw, Edwardian Culture: Beyond the Garden Party (Routledge: New York and London, 2018), 115-132

‘Radical Reactionary: The Politics of Le Queux’, Ailise Bulfin and Harry Wood, eds, ‘Literature and Propaganda: William Le Queux, Invasion Scares and Spy Fever, 1880-1920’, Critical Survey, 32.1/2 (2020), 139-158