Women and Letterpress Printing 1920-2020: Gendered Impressions
Cambridge University Press, 2022
This short monograph in the Cambridge Elements in Book and Publishing Culture Series analyses the relationship between gender and literary letterpress printing from the early 20th century to the beginning of the 21st. Drawing on examples from modernist writer/printers of the 1920s to literary book artists of the early 21st, it offers a way of thinking about the feminist historiography of printing as we confront the presence and particular character of letterpress in a digital age.
Virginia Woolf and the World of Books
Liverpool & Clemson UP, 2018
co-edited with Nicola Wilson
Historicizing Modernism Series
Scholarly Adventures in Digital Humanities
Palgrave New Directions in Book History, 2017
co-authored with Helen Southworth, Alice Staveley, Mike Widner, Elizabeth Willson Gordon, and Nicola Wilson
Using Digital Humanities in the Classroom
co-authored with Shawna Ross
McClelland & Stewart, 2014
A collection of short stories.