Forthcoming Publications

Brassett, J., forthcoming 2020. ‘Legion, Fugue and Ontological Excess.’ In J. Brassett and R. Reynolds, eds. Superheroes and Excess: A Philosophical Inquiry. New York: Routledge.

Brassett, J. and Reynolds, R. (work in progress). ‘The Folds of Jessica Jones: Individuation Continuity and In/compossibility’.

Gray, M., forthcoming. ‘The freedom of the press: comics, labour and value in the Birmingham Arts Lab.’ In T. Giddens, ed. Comics and Critique. Jackson, MI: University of Mississippi Press.

Grennan, S., Sabin, R., Waite, J., forthcoming 2020. Marie Duval: Maverick Victorian Cartoonist. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Miers, J., forthcoming 2019. ‘Liberating Figures by Avoiding and Embracing Figurative Givens: Bacon, Kirby and Ditko.’ In R. Reynolds and J. Brassett, eds. Superheroes and Excess: a philosophical inquiry. Oxford: Routledge.

Sabin, R., forthcoming. ‘Underground and Alternative Comics.’ In C. Hatfield and B. Beaty, eds. The Rutgers Companion to Comics.  New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.

Sabin, R., forthcoming. ‘Framing Early British Comics, 1884-1914.’ In J. Schmid, ed. Framing Comics. Berlin: Christian Bachmann Press.

Sabin, R., forthcoming 2021. Ally Sloper: first comics superstar. University Press of Mississippi.

Streeten, N., forthcoming. ‘Women’s Cartoons in the 21st Century: A Rosy Picture Interrogated.’ In T. Giddens ed., Comics and Critique: Invigorating Critical Study of the Medium.

Completed Publications

Brassett, J. and Reynolds, R., 2019. Chapter 10: ‘The Purple Man’, in I. Hague, I. Horton and N. Mickwitz, eds., Representing Acts of Violence in Comics. London and New York: Routledge.

Burston, C. 2018. The Comix Street Journal (contributor, monthly UK edition)

Burston, C. 2013 – 2016. The Comix Reader (contributor, issues 3 – 6 inc.)

Burston, C. 2009. The Finzine

Burston, C.2004 (It’s Not) Rocket Science (contributor)

Burston, C.2001 Talking Bread Heads

Burston, C. 1996-8. STUNGUNPUNFUN.

Burston, C. and Tomlinson, R. (as The Skip-Rats) 1994. The Vain Man.

Byrne-Smith, D., 2018. ‘Harvey Kurtzman and the Influence of Mad Magazine.’ In J. Baetens, H. Frey and S. E. Tabachnik, eds. The Cambridge History of the Graphic Novel;. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 92-106.

Byrne-Smith, D., 2017. ‘Worldbuilding in the work of Jeffrey Dennis.’ In A. Hunt and G. Vasey, eds. Jeffrey Dennis: Ringbinder. London: Slim Volume/Northern Gallery of Contemporary Art.

Byrne-Smith, D., 2016. ‘The Anorexic as Zombie Witness: Illness and Recovery in Katie Green’s Lighter Than My Shadow.’ In S. Vint and L. Servitje, eds. The Walking Med: Zombies and the Medical Image. University Park PA: The Pennsylvania State University Press.

Byrne-Smith, D., 2016. ‘The Mining of History, Cognitive Disorder and Spiritualism in Olivia Plender’s Stella Key to the Summerland.’ European Comic Art; Special Issue on Graphic Narrative and Fine Art.

Byrne-Smith, D., 2015. ‘Reading Correspondences through the Virtual Feminist Museum.’ Comics Forum; August 2015. Available at: http://comicsforum.org/2015/08/12/reading-correspondences-through-the-virtual-feminist-museum-by-dan-smith/

Byrne-Smith, D., 2014. ‘Reading Folk Archive: on the Utopian Dimension of the Artists’ Book.’ In S. Mays, ed. Literatures, Libraries, & Archives. Abingdon and New York: Routledge.

Byrne-Smith, D., 2013. ‘Image, Technology and Enchantment – Interview with Marina Warner.’ In S. Mays and N.Matheson, eds. The Machine and the Ghost: Technology and Spiritualism in Nineteenth to Twenty-First Century Art and Culture; Manchester. Manchester University Press.

Byrne-Smith, D., 2010. ‘Reading The Albert Memorial.’ In M. Miles and A. Vazatyan, eds. Cultural Memory. Plymouth: University of Plymouth Press, pp.1-10.

Byrne-Smith, D., 2007. ‘Wells’s First Utopia: Materiality and Portent; Exploring the Utopian Impulse.’ In M. Griffin and T. Moylan, eds. Essays on Utopian Thought and Practice. Bern: Peter Lang, pp.183-205.

Connerty, M., 2018. ‘Selective Memory: Art History and the Comic Strip Work of Jack B. Yeats.’ In M. Ahmed and B. Crucifix, eds. Comics Memory: Archives and Styles. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 231-248.

Connerty, M., 2017. ‘Happy Ike, The Pink Kid, and the American Presence in Early British Comics.’ International Journal of Comic Art 19 (1): 525-537.

Connerty, M., 2013. ‘A Fantasy of Ireland: Notes on Disney, Famous Studios and Celtic Mythology.’ In M. Riordan, ed. Perspectives I: An Anthology of IADT Research and Practice. Dublin: Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology, pp. 11-15.

Coupland, G. and Saunders, A., 2018. The Golden Thread Project. London: Bugboar Press.

Coupland, G. and Saunders, A., 2016. The Rise and Fall of Mel Gibson. London: Camberwell Press.

Grady, W., 2018. ‘Reflections on yaoi space and yaoi time: east and west, yesterday and tomorrow – an introduction’, Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics.

Grady, W., 2016. ‘Western Comics.’ In F. Bramlett, T. J. Cook and A. Meskin, eds. The Routledge Companion to Comics. New York and London: Routledge, pp. 164-173.

Grady, W., 2016. ‘For a Few Comic Strips More: Reinterpreting the Spaghetti Western through the Comic Book.’ In A. Fisher, ed. Spaghetti Westerns at the Crossroads: studies in relocation, transition and appropriation. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 213-238.

Grady, W., 2013. ‘A Baptism of Blood: Priest and the Regeneration of Violence on Min-Woo Hyung’s Frontier.’ In C. Miller and B. Van Ripen, eds. Undead in the West II: They Just Keep Coming. Lanham: Scarecrow Press, pp. 177-194.

Grady, W., 2012. ‘Transcending the Frontier Myth: Dime Novel Narration and (Jesse) Custer’s Last Stand in Preacher.’ In M. Pustz, ed. Comic Books and American Cultural History. New York: Continuum, pp. 40-58.

Grady, W., 2012. ‘Garth Ennis Interview.’, Studies in Comics 3 (1): 129-142.

Grady, W. and Madill, A., eds, 2018. Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics, special edition.

Gray, M., 2019. ‘The risks of representation: making gender and violence visible in “The Ballad of Halo Jones.”’ In I. Hague, I., Horton and N. Mickwitz, eds. Representing Acts of Violence in Comics. London and New York: Routledge.

Gray, M., 2019. ‘Popular.’ In A. Hemingway and L. Abse Gogarty, eds. Kunst und Politik: Jahrbuch der Guernica-Gesellschaft. Special issue: Marxism and Art History Today.

Gray, M., 2017. Alan Moore, Out from the Underground: Cartooning, Performance and Dissent. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Gray, M., 2013. ‘A Gothic politics: Alan Moore’s Swamp Thing and radical ecology.’ In M. Green, ed. Alan Moore and the Gothic Tradition. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 42-62.

Gray, M., 2013. ‘Alan Moore.’ In M. J. Smith and R. Duncan, R., eds. Icons of the American Comic Book: From Captain America to Wonder Woman. California: Greenwood, pp. 531-544.

Gray, M., 2011. ‘Locas’, ‘Swamp Thing’, ‘Tank Girl’, ‘Watchmen.’ In P. Gravett, ed. 1001 Comics You Must Read Before You Die. London: Cassell Illustrated. pp. 455, 467, 490, 520-521.

Gray, M., 2011. ‘Alan Moore’s underground: The formation of a dissident cultural practice.’ Studies in Comics, 2(1): 21-37.

Gray, M., 2010. ‘“A fistful of dead roses…” Comics as cultural resistance: Alan Moore and David Lloyd’s V for Vendetta.’ Journal of Graphic Novels & Comics, 1(1): 31-49.

Gray, M., 2007/8. ‘“Fascism knows only superman: the State’ V for Vendetta vs. The Iron Lady’. OBJECT, graduate research and reviews in the history of art and visual culture 10, pp. 62-80.

Grennan, S., 2018. Drawing in Drag by Marie Duval. London: Book Works.

Grennan, S., 2018. ‘The Marie Duval Archive: memory and the development of the comic strip canon.’ In M. Ahmed and B. Crucifix, eds. Memory in Comics: archives and styles. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 251-258.

Grennan, S. and Hague, I., 2018. ‘Medium, Knowledge, Structure: capacities for choice and the contradiction of medium-specificity in games and comics.’ Image [&] Narrative 19(1): 73-85. Available at: http://www.imageandnarrative.be/index.php/imagenarrative/article/view/1765

Grennan, S., Sabin, R. and Waite, J., 2018. Marie Duval. Brighton: Myriad Editions.

Grennan, S. and Sperandio, C., 2018. Emblems of Waddington. ArtsNK.

Grennan, S., 2017. A Theory of Narrative Drawing. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Grennan, S., Priego, E. and Wilkins. P., 2017. Parables of Care. London: HCID.

Grennan, S., 2016. ‘Failing recognition: habit, facture and imagination in the work of Andrei Molotiu and Carlos Nine.’ In A. Rommens and P. Turnes, eds. Abstraction and Comics. Liege: University Press of Liege.

Grennan, S. and Grove, L., eds. 2015. Transforming Anthony Trollope: ‘Dispossession’, Victorianism and 19th century word and image. Leuven: Leuven University Press

Grennan, S., 2015. Dispossession: a novel of few words. London: Jonathan Cape.

Grennan, S. and Miers, J., 2015. ‘Dispossession: time, motion and depictive regimes.’ In S. Grennan and L. Grove, eds. Transforming Anthony Trollope: dispossession, Victorianism and nineteenth-century word and image. Leuven: Leuven University Press, pp. 33–54.

Hague, I., 2020. ‘Folding, Cutting, Reassembling: Materialising Trauma and Memory in Comics.’ In D. Davies, ed. Documenting Trauma: Traumatic Pasts, Embodied Histories & Graphic Reportage in Comics. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Hague, I., 2017. ‘Comics and Cultural Studies.’ In F. Bramlett, R. T. Cook and A. Meskin, eds. The Routledge Companion to Comics. New York and London: Routledge, pp. 424-432.

Hague, I., 2017. ‘Sidebar: Materiality.’ In M. Smith and R. Duncan, eds. The Secret Origins of Comics Studies. New York and London: Routledge, pp. 159-161.

Hague, I., 2015. ‘British Comics in the Early Twenty-first Century.’ In B. Leggett and T. Venezia, T., eds. Twenty-first Century British Fiction. Canterbury: Gylphi, pp. 37-58.

Hague, I., 2015. ‘Drawing “the apprenticeship of a man of letters”: adapting Remembrance of Things Past for “bande dessinée.’ In S. Grennan and L. Grove, eds. Transforming Anthony Trollope: dispossession, Victorianism and nineteeth-century word and image. Leuven: Leuven University Press, pp. 175-197.

Hague, I., 2014. Comics and the Senses: a multisensory approach to comics and graphic novels. New York and London: Routledge.

Hague, I., 2014. ‘A Defining Problem.’ In S. Packard, ed. Comics & Politik – Comics & Politics. Berlin: Ch. A. Bachmann Verlag, pp. 73-88.

Hague, I., 2012. ‘Adapting Watchmen’. In S. Allen and L. Hubner, eds. Framing Film: cinema and the visual arts. Bristol: Intellect, pp. 37-55.

Hague, I., 2012. ‘Beyond the Visual – The Roles of the Senses in Contemporary Comics.’ Scandinavian Journal of Comic Art 1(1):  96-110. Available at: http://sjoca.com/?page_id=114

Hague, I., 2012. ‘The Nimble Scholar: an interview with Chris Murray.’ Comics Forum. Available at: http://comicsforum.org/2012/03/20/the-nimble-scholar-an-interview-with-chris-murray-by-ian-hague/

Hague, I., 2012. ‘Sketching in Lectures: an interview with Mel Gibson.’ Comics Forum. Available at: http://comicsforum.org/2012/06/01/sketching-in-lectures-an-interview-with-mel-gibson-by-ian-hague/

Hague, I., 2010. ‘Interview with Thierry Groensteen.’ Studies in Comics 1(2): 359-67.

Hague, I. and Ayaka, C., eds. 2015. Representing Multiculturalism in Comics and Graphic Novels. New York & London: Routledge.

Herd, D. (2014) ‘Interview with Woodrow Phoenix’. Studies in Comics 5:2, pp. 239-257, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/stic.5.2.239_7

Herd, D. (2013) ‘Dieter Roth’s Solo Scenes and the Comics Art World’. The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship, 3(1): 4, pp. 1-4, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5334/cg.ad

Herd, D. (2013) ‘An interview with Bryan and Mary Talbot’. Studies in Comics, 4:2, pp. 235- 250, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/stic.4.2.235_7

Herd, D. (2013) ‘The Palimpsestuousness of Adaptation in James Sturm and Guy Davis’ Unstable Molecules: The True Story of Comics’ Greatest Foursome‘. Studies in Comics 4: 1, pp. 91-104, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/stic.4.1.89_1

Hibbett, M., Lawley, G., Yu-Kiener, T.J. and Miers J., 2018. ‘FRAME:WORKS Symposium 2017 – an illustrated report.’ Comics Forum. Available at: https://comicsforum.org/2018/03/19/frameworks-symposium-2017/

Jameel, A. M., 2016. ‘Negotiating Artistic Identity in Comics Collaboration.’ In C. Brienza and P. Johnston, eds. Cultures of Comics Work. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 175-188.

Mendonça, P., 2018. ‘Situating Single Mothers through Values-Based Cartooning.’ Women: A Cultural Review 29 (1): 19-38. Available at:  10.1080/09574042.2018.1425534

Mendonca, P., 2018. ‘Caricaturing Single, Midlife Motherhood in Vanity’s Brief Encounters.’ In K. Mantas and L. Peterson, eds. Middle Grounds: Essays on Midlife Mothering. Bradford, ON: Demeter Press, pp. 214-236.

Mendonça, P., 2016. ‘Graphic facilitation, sketchnoting, journalism and “The Doodle Revolution”: New dimensions in comics scholarship.’ Studies in Comics 7 (1): 127–152.

Mendonça, P., 2016. ‘The Fallen Woman, The Foundling Museum, London 25 September 2015 – 03 January 2016.’ Studies in the Maternal, 8(1): 8, pp. 1–5. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.16995/sim.213

Mickwitz, N., 2020. ‘Comics Telling Refugee Stories.’ In D. Davies, ed. Documenting Trauma: Traumatic Pasts, Embodied Histories & Graphic Reportage in Comics. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Mickwitz, N., 2020. ‘El Volcán: forging global comics cultures through alliances, networks and self-branding.’ In J. Scorer, ed. Latin American Comics Beyond the Page.

Mickwitz, N., 2019. ““True Story”: the aesthetic balancing acts of documentary comics.’ ImageTexT 11(1).

Mickwitz, N., 2015. Documentary Comics: graphic truth-telling in a skeptical age. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Mickwitz, N., 2013. ‘A Profusion of Signs: Jacques Rancière and reading American Splendor through the lens of documentary.’ Studies in Comics 3(2): 293-312.

Mickwitz, N., 2013. ‘After the Deluge: everyday tactics and representational strategies in a time of crisis.’ In C. Cornea and R. Thomas, eds. Dramatising Disaster: character, event, representation. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, pp. 86 -101.

Miers, J., 2019. ‘Picturing National and personal acts of violence: modes of depiction in Barefoot Gen.’ In I. Hague, I. Horton and N. Mickwitz, eds. Representing Acts of Violence in Comics. Oxford: Routledge.

Miers, J., 2017. ‘Bacon and the Cartoonist: the emergence of the figure through two opposing diagrams.’ In P. de Assis and P. Giudici, eds. The Dark Precursor: Deleuze and artistic research. Leuven: Leuven University Press, pp. 99–109.

Miers, J., 2015. ‘Depiction and demarcation in comics: towards an account of the medium as a drawing practice.’ Studies in Comics 6(1): 145–156.

Miers, J., et al., 2015. Gertrude Bell Comics: archaeologist, writer, explorer. Newcastle University Research. Available at: https://research.ncl.ac.uk/gertrudecomics/ (Accessed: 18 July 2018).

Miers, J., 2013. ‘Babel.’ In P. Gravett, ed. Comics Art. London: Tate Publishing.

Reynolds, R., 2016. ‘Wanderers in the Secret City: the superhero as flaneur.’ In D. Gradon, ed. The Global Superhero Conference 2015. E-book: Interdisciplinary.net.

Reynolds, R., 2013. ‘Masked Heroes’, reprinted chapter. In C. Hatfield, J. Heer and K. Worcester, eds. The Superhero Reader. Jackson:  Mississippi University Press.

Reynolds, R., 2013. ‘Heroes of the Superculture.’ In P. Coogan and R. Rosenberg, eds. What is a Superhero? New York: Oxford University Press.

Reynolds, R., 1994. Superheroes: Modern Mythology (new edition). Jackson: Mississippi University Press.

Reynolds, R., 1993. ‘Madonna versus Dick Tracy.’ In F. Lloyd, ed. Deconstructing Madonna. London: BT Batsford.

Reynolds, R., 1992. Superheroes: modern mythology. London: BT Batsford.

Reynolds, R., 1991.Reinventing Superheroes’. London: Victoria and Albert Museum.

Richards, I. (2019) “How can creating visual narratives support understanding of poetry in children aged 12-14 years?” RADAR; Oxford Brookes University. DOI: https://doi.org/10.24384/hec4-ab22

Sabin, R., 2016. ‘Ally Sloper Meets Jack the Ripper.’ In M. Harbeck, M. Schröer and J. Meinrenken, eds. Comics an der Grenze. Berlin: Christian Bachmann Press, pp. 59-78.

Sabin, R., 2013. ‘Analysing a 19th Century Cartoon Character.’ In D. Machin, ed. Visual Communication. Berlin: De Gruyter, pp. 429-444.

Sabin, R., 2013. ‘The Graphic Novel in Context’ in J-M. Trabado, ed. La Novela Grafica. Madrid: Arco Libros, pp. 65-82.

Sabin, R., 2011. ‘Wokker’s World.’ In L. Coleman, ed. Anthony Earnshaw: the imp of surrealism. Sheffield: Research Groups for Artists Publications. A re-worked version available at https://journals.openedition.org/comicalites/918

Sabin, R., 2011. ‘Ally Sloper.’ In P. Gravett, ed. 1001 Comics You Must Read Before You Die. London: Quintessence, p. 27.

Sabin, R., 2008. ‘Ally Sloper: first comic’s superstar?’ In K. Worcester and J. Heer, eds. The Comics Studies Reader. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, pp. 177- 189.

Sabin, R., 2008. ‘Terry Gilliam on Comics, Subversion and Monthy Python.’ In P. MacPherson, C. Murray, G. Spark and K. Corstorphine, eds. Sub/versions: cultural status, genre and critique. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 6-17.

Sabin, R., 2007. ‘Interview with Art Spiegelman.’ in J. Witek, ed. Art Spiegelman: conversations. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, pp. 95-121.

Sabin, R., 2006. ‘Barefoot Gen in the US and UK: activist comic, graphic novel, manga.’ In J. Berndt, ed. Reading Manga: local and global perceptions of Japanese comics. Leipzig: University of Leipzig Press, pp. 39-57.

Sabin, R. and Barker, M., 2006. ‘A Very American Fable: the making of a Mohicans adaptation.’ In R. Barton Palmer, ed. 19th Century Fiction on Film. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 9-28.

Sabin, R., 2005. ‘Ally Sloper: Der Erste Comic’s Superstar?’ In S. Diekmann, ed. Szenarien des Comic. Berlin: Sukultur/Verlag Editions, pp. 17-34.

Sabin, R., 2005. ‘Some “Contemptible” British Students.’ In M. Dooley and S. Heller, eds. The Education of a Comics Artist. New York: Allworth Press, pp. 214-220.

Sabin, R., 2005. ‘Observations on BD in the US.’ In L. McQuillan, C. Forsdick and L. Grove, eds. The Francophone Bande Dessinée. Montreal: Rodopi, pp. 175-188.

Sabin, R., 2004. ‘Comics and Cartoons’ in S. Backemeyer, ed. Picture This: the artist as illustrator. London: A and C Black.

Sabin, R., 2004. ‘Graphic Novels.’ In Contemporary Literary Criticism (cumulative online resource). Michigan: Thomson Gale.

Sabin, R., 2003. ‘Quote and Be Damned…?’ in V. Cassell, ed. ‘Splat, Boom, Pow’: the influence of comics on contemporary art. Houston: Contemporary Arts Museum, pp. 10-15.

Sabin, R., 2001. Comics, Comix, and Graphic Novels. London: Phaidon.

Sabin, R., 2001. ‘The Comics Connection: how low culture meets even lower culture.’ In A. Gough-Yates and B. Osgerby, eds. Action TV: tough-guys, smooth operators and foxy chicks. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 205-220.

Sabin, R., 2000. ‘The Crisis in Modern American and British Comics, and the Possibilities of the Internet as a Solution’ in A. Magnussen and H. Christiansen, eds. Comics as Culture: analytical and theoretical approaches to comics. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculaneum/University of Copenhagen Press, pp. 43-58.

Sabin, R., 1997. ‘Eurocomics: “9th Art” or Misfit Lit?’ in A. Briggs and P. Cobley, eds. Introduction to Media Studies. Harlow: Longman, pp. 14 – 22.

Sabin, R., 1996. ‘Graphic Novels.’ In J. Stringer, ed. The Oxford Companion to 20th Century Literature. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 261-262.

Sabin, R., 1993, 2002. Adult Comics: an introduction. London and New York: Routledge.

Sabin, R. and Triggs, T., eds., 2000.  Below Critical Radar: fanzines and alternative comics 1976-Now. Hove: Codex/Slab-o-Concrete Press.

Sabin, R. and Barker, M., 1996. The Lasting of the Mohicans. University Press of Mississippi.

Streeten, N., 2020. ‘Billy, Me & You and Me.’ In D. Davies ed., Documenting Trauma: Traumatic Pasts, Embodied Histories & Graphic Reportage in Comics. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Streeten, N., 2020. ‘Everyday menopause.’ In MK Czerwiec ed., Menopause: A Comic Treatment. University Park PA: Penn State University Press.

Streeten, N., 2019. ‘Always There.’ In Graphic Voices: #MeToo. New York: Abrams comicArts.

Streeten, N., 2019. ‘The transformative power of the comics form in communicating sexual abuse and its effects.’ In Ian Hague, Ian Horton and Nina Mickwitz eds., Representing Acts of Violence in Comics. London & New York: Routledge.

Streeten, N., 2017.  ‘Drawn from History.’ Times Literary Supplement: Comics and Graphic Novels Special Issue. Available at https://www.the-tls.co.uk/articles/public/comics-drawn-from-history/

Streeten, N., 2016. ‘A year at 50 and Becoming of age.’ Studies in Comics 7 (2): 355-358.

Streeten, N., 2016. ‘A 21st Century British Comics Community That Ensures Gender Balance.’ Revue de Recherche en Civilisation Américaine: Les Femmes et Le Bande Designée /Women and Comics. Available at https://journals.openedition.org/rrca/723

Streeten, N., 2016. ‘Precarious Migration. Voices of Undocumented Cambodian Migrants.’ A comic in response to research report. Commissioned by Migrating Out of Poverty. Research Programme Consortium. Available at: http://migratingoutofpoverty.dfid.gov.uk/files/file.php?name=web-booklet-english-11-dec-16.pdf&site=354

Streeten, N., 2011. Billy, Me & You. Brighton: Myriad Editions.

Streeten, N. and C. Tate, eds., 2018. The Inking Woman, 250 Years of Women Cartoonists in Britain. Brighton: Myriad Editions.

Streeten, N., Munt, S. R. and Richards, R., eds., 2020. Feminist Comics in an International Frame. A Special Issue of Feminist Encounters: A Journal of Critical Studies in Culture and Politics. Lecitito Journals. Available at: https://www.lectitopublishing.nl/feminist-encounters/volume-4/issue-1

Yu-Kiener, T., 2018. ‘Barbara Stok’s Graphic Biography Vincent: A Transnational Campaign.’ International Journal of Comic Art 20 (2). (forthcoming Fall/Winter 2018).