“The West Portrait of Percy Bysshe Shelley: A Reconsideration,” Keats-Shelley Journal 71 (forthcoming 2023).

“Byron’s Forms and Formats,” co-auth. Jonathan Sachs, Byron and His Others, ed. Michael Macovski. Oxford: Oxford University Press (forthcoming).

“Byron Contra Mundum,” The Oxford Handbook to Lord Byron, eds. Alan Rawes and Jonathon Shears. Oxford: Oxford University Press (forthcoming 2023).

“Byron’s Ballroom Poetics and the Echoes of War,” co-auth. Jonathan Sachs, Byron Journal 50:2 (2022), 89-102.

“The Date-Stamped Book,” The Unfinished Book, eds. Alexandra Gillespie and Deidre Lynch. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2021, 397-411.

“Loves What Vanishes: Romantic Textuality and the Making of Byron,” Studies in Romanticism 59 (Winter 2020): 461-73.

“Is Romanticism Necessary?” [50 Voices issue] Keats-Shelley Journal 68 (2019).

 “An Image in Lava: Annotation, Sentiment, and the Traces of Nineteenth-Century Reading,” PMLA 134:1 (January 2019), 81-98.

“Book History,” The Routledge Companion to Victorian Literature, eds. Dennis Denisoff & Talia Schaffer. New York: Routledge, 2019. 119-128.

“Dark Prometheus: Byron’s Manfred and the Last Infirmity of Evil,” Romantic Circles Praxis, “On The 200th Anniversary of Lord Byron’s Manfred,” ed. Omar Miranda (2019).

 “The Goblin Men and the Flower Girl: New Sources for ‘Goblin Market,’” Victorian Poetry 56:1 (2018), 47-58.

“Fourteen New Letters by Lord Byron,” (co-auth. Adam Friedgen), Keats-Shelley Journal 66 (2017), 37-54.

 “New Byron Letters: An Annotated Checklist,” Essays on Byron in Honour of Dr. Peter Cochran. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2018. 166-83.

 “My Old Sweethearts: On Digitization and the Future of the Print Record,” Debates in the Digital Humanities, ed. Matthew Gold. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2016.

“Byron’s Lyrics and the Politics of Publication,” Byron: The Poetry of Politics and the Politics of Poetry, ed. Roderick Beaton and Christine Kenyon Jones. Ashgate: Publications of the Centre for Hellenic Studies, King’s College London, 2016. 24-31.

“Lord Byron’s Greek Air: Rediscovering a Regency Lyric,” The Regency Revisited, ed. Timothy Fulford and Michael Sinatra. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. 146-58.

“Speaking with the Dead: The Séance Diary of William Michael Rossetti,” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies 24 (Spring 2015), 35-43.

“Poetry, Romanticism, and the Practice of Nineteenth-Century Books,” Nineteenth-Century Contexts 34:5 (December 2012), 411-26. Rpt. in Routledge Historical Resources: Romanticism (2019).

“The Nineteenth Century Archive in the Digital Age,” European Romantic Review 23:3 (June 2012), 335-41.

The Germ,” The Cambridge Companion to the Pre-Raphaelites, ed. Elizabeth Prettejon. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012. 76-88.

“Hemans by the Book,” European Romantic Review 22:3 (June 2011), 373-80.

“Evidence and Interpretation in the Digital Age: Searching Engines, Reading Machines,” Victorian Studies 54:1 (2011), 63-8.

 “Lord Byron’s Poetry,” The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Romanticism, ed. Frederick Burwick, Nancy Moore Goslee, and Diane Long Hoeveler. Cambridge: Blackwell, 2011.

“Digital Scholarly Resources for the Study of Victorian Literature and Culture,” Victorian Literature and Culture 39 (2011), 293-303.

 “Sardanapalus, Spectacle, and the Empire State,” Byron and the Politics of Freedom and Terror, ed. Piya Pal-Lipinski and Matthew Green. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. 33-46.

“Legends of the Mummy Paper,” Printing History n.s. 8 (July 2010), 11-16.

“The Lost World of Paper: Rider Haggard’s Pulp,” She: Explorations into a Romance, ed. Tania Zulli. Studi di Anglistica 20. Rome: Aracne Editrice, 2009. 95-114.

“The Career of Byron’s ‘To the Po,’” Keats-Shelley Journal 57 (2008), 108-27.

“Enchanted Archive: Influence, Dissemination, and Media Transformation in Shelley’s ‘Ode to the West Wind,’ co-authored with Charles J. Rzepka [writing as Roman Sympos] Romanticism on the Net (2018).

“Two Re-discovered Byron Letters,” Byron Journal 36:2 (2008), 143-6.

Childe Roland’s Literate Despair,” Reading, Writing and the Influence of Harold Bloom, ed. Alan Rawes and Jonathon Shears. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2010. 103-16.

“Rooms of His Own: Byron’s Italian Property Search,” Times Literary Supplement (16/05/08), 15.

“Manfred and His Problems,” Lord Byron: Correspondence(s). ed. Christiane Vigouroux. Paris: F.-X. de Guibert, 2008.

“The First Printing of a Byron Poem in America,” Notes & Queries 55:1 (March 2008), 31-2.

“Ruins of Paper: Dickens and the Necropolitan Archive,” Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net, ed. Jerome McGann (January 2008).

“Byronic Anger and the Victorians,” Byron: Heritage and Legacy, ed. Cheryl A. Wilson. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008. 197-205.

“Byron, ‘Inkle and Yarico,’ and the Chains of Love.” Liberty and Poetic License: New Essays on Byron, ed. Bernard Beatty and Charles Robinson. Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 2008. 103-15.

“Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s ‘The Burden of Nineveh’: Further Excavations,” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies 16 (Spring 2007), 45-58.

“Byronic Transmission and the First Poem for Caro,” The Byron Journal 34:2 (2006), 143-5.

“Romanticism’s Scattered Leaves,” Romanticism on the Net 41 (Fall 2006).

“Dante Gabriel Rossetti and the Burdens of Nineveh.” Victorian Literature and Culture 33 (2005), 369-94.

 “Byron, the Pyramids, and ‘Uncertain Paper.’” The Wordsworth Circle 36:1 (2005), 11-14.

“A New Epigram by Tennyson – or Browning? – on Alfred Austin,” Tennyson Research Bulletin 8:3 (November 2004), 190-3.

“Burns’s Other Poem for Jean, the ‘Blue-Eyed Lassie.’” Studies in Scottish Literature 33/34 (2004), 366-71.

“Victorian Paperwork.” Victorian Poetry. 41:4 (Winter 2003). 526-31.

“Redressing ‘The Edinburgh Ladies’ Petition.’” The Byron Journal 31 (2003), 61-5.

“Five Letters from D. G. Rossetti to John Payne.” Huntington Library Quarterly 66:1-2 (2003), 177-89.

“The Lost Pamphlet Version of D.G. Rossetti’s ‘The Stealthy School of Criticism.’” Victorian Poetry 41:2 (Summer 2003), 197-227.

“Sorting Byron’s ‘Windsor Poetics.’” Keats-Shelley Journal 51 (2002), 30-4.

“Another Cause for the ‘Fleshly Controversy’: Buchanan vs Ellis.” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies 11 (Spring 2002), 63-7.

“A New Manuscript of Byron’s ‘The Irish Avatar.’” Notes and Queries 49:1 (March 2002), 38-40.

“The First Publication of Byron’s ‘To the Po.’” Studies in Bibliography 54 (2001), 297-300.

“Blake’s Poison Trees.” Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly 34 (Fall 2001), 36-9.

Punch on Nineveh, Catholics, and the P.R.B.” Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies 10 (2001), 58-69.

“Byron, Medwin, and the False Fiend: Remembering ‘Remember Thee’” Studies in Bibliography 53 (2000), 265-76.

“New Light on Byron’s Regency Verse – in America.” The Byron Journal 28 (2000), 29-36.

“Godwin, Provocation, and the Plot of Anger.” Studies in Romanticism 39 (Winter 2000), 579-97.

“Celestial Temper: Shelley and the Masks of Anger.” Keats-Shelley Journal 49 (2000), 138-61.

“The Pleasures (and Pains) of Memory: Byron, Rogers, and Henry F.R. Soame.” Notes & Queries 46: (December 1999), 459-61.

“The Hero in the Harem: Byron’s Debt to Medieval Romance in Don Juan VI.” European Romantic Review 10:1 (Winter 1999), 84-97.

“Romantic Anger and Byron’s Curse.” Romantic Passion. ed. Elizabeth Fay. Romantic Circles Praxis Series (University of Maryland, 1998). 10,000 words.

“Robert Browning and ‘The King is Cold’: A New Poem.” Victorian Literature and Culture 26:2 (1998), 465-73. update: “‘The King is Cold’ by Stoddard, not Browning,” VLC 36 (2008), 361.

“Byron’s Monumental Epitaph for His Dog Boatswain.” The Byron Journal 26 (1998), 82-90.

“The Rossetti Archive: Methodologies and Praxis.” Revue Informatique et Statistique dans les Sciences Humaines 33 (1998).  Rpt: Journal of Electronic Publishing (December 1998). 

“Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s (Re)Visions of Slavery.” English Language Notes 34:4 (1997), 29-48.

“Elizabeth Barrett Browning Reads William Blake?” Victorian Poetry 34:1 (Spring 1996), 114-6.

“The First Known Publication of Blake’s Poetry in America.” Notes & Queries 43:1 (1996), 41-3.

Collaborative Collections

“Romantic Women and their Books,” co-ed Michelle Levy. Special issue of Studies in Romanticism 60:4 (Winter 2021). A special issue featuring essays on book history in relaton to female authors of the long Romantic-era; with an introduction by the editors.

Romanticism, Now and Then,” co-ed. Bruce Holsinger, New Literary History 49:4 (2018). A special issue gathering essays from leading Romanticists from various disciplines on the current aspects of Romantic studies.

Virtual Victorians: Networks, Connections, Technologies, co-ed. Veronica Alfano. Palgrave   Macmillan, 2015. A collection of eleven essays on technology, media change, and virtuality in Victorian literature and culture, with reference to online digital environments and nineteenth-century technologies of virtual experience. 

The History and Future of the Nineteenth-Century Book,” co-ed. Maria Schoina, Gramma 21 (2015). A special issue featuring twelve essays on book history, bibiography and digital technology in reference to Romantic and Victorian print culture.