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poem:Mariam (2014)
Journal Article
Fraser, B. (2014). poem:Mariam. Café Dissensus,

A poem on public execution.

J. Leslie Mitchell/Lewis Grassic Gibbon and exploration (2012)
Journal Article
Lyall, S. (2012). J. Leslie Mitchell/Lewis Grassic Gibbon and exploration. Scottish Literary Review, 4, 131-150

The article presents the literary works of James Leslie Mitchell using the pseudonym Lewis Grassic Gibbon. It discusses Mitchell's adventurous spirit as reflected in the travel exploits of his characters in "The Lost Trumpet," "Hanno" and "The Thirte... Read More about J. Leslie Mitchell/Lewis Grassic Gibbon and exploration.

Joseph O'Neil's Netherland and 9/11 Fiction (2012)
Journal Article
Keeble, A. (2012). Joseph O'Neil's Netherland and 9/11 Fiction. European Journal of American Culture, 31(1), 55-71. https://doi.org/10.1386/ejac.31.1.55_1

This article argues that Joseph O’Neil’s Netherland (2008) self-consciously addresses some of the problematic aspects of the emerging canon of ‘9/11 fiction’. Netherland subverts one of the dominant thematic rubrics of the canon, marriage and relatio... Read More about Joseph O'Neil's Netherland and 9/11 Fiction.

Olalla's legacy: twentieth century vampire fiction and genetic previvorship (2010)
Journal Article
Wasson, S. (2010). Olalla's legacy: twentieth century vampire fiction and genetic previvorship. Journal of Stevenson Studies, 7, 55-81

Although Robert Louis Stevenson’s short story ‘Olalla’ does not use the word ‘vampire’ at any point, it contains a cluster of motifs that have led critics to identify it as a vampire tale: specifically, a character addicted to drinking human blood an... Read More about Olalla's legacy: twentieth century vampire fiction and genetic previvorship.

Penguin Editions of Conrad: A Review Essay by Linda Dryden (2009)
Journal Article
Dryden, L. (2009). Penguin Editions of Conrad: A Review Essay by Linda Dryden. English literature in transition, 1880-1920, 52, 196

This is a review essay requested by the Editor of English Literature in Transition. The essay gives an overview of the importance of Joseph Conrad and then discusses the merits of the new Penguin editions of his work.

Genius in a provincial town: MacDiarmid's poetry and politics in Montrose (2004)
Journal Article
Lyall, S. (2004). Genius in a provincial town: MacDiarmid's poetry and politics in Montrose. Scottish studies review, 5(2), 41-55

Explores the ways in which the activities of Christopher Murray Grieve in Montrose, Scotland as a journalist with the "Montrose Review," helped in the finding of poet Hugh MacDiarmid. Examination of MacDiarmid's professional working life; Analysis of... Read More about Genius in a provincial town: MacDiarmid's poetry and politics in Montrose.

Love in the time of cloning:  science fictions of transgressive kinship. (2004)
Journal Article
Wasson, S. (2004). Love in the time of cloning:  science fictions of transgressive kinship. Extrapolation, 45, 130-144

This article presents a discussion on science fiction related to cloning. Science fiction has long played with the notion of the doubled self, and the speculative potential of the double was extended when the term "human cloning" entered cultural par... Read More about Love in the time of cloning:  science fictions of transgressive kinship..