Troilus and Criseyde: A Reader’s Guide (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012)

The Creation of Lancastrian Kingship: Literature, Language and Politics in Late Medieval England (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007; paperback, 2011)


James I of Scotland: ‘The Kingis Quair’: A Translation into Modern English Prose (Stylisticienne Publishing, 2017)

Articles and Chapters:

‘The English Roundel, Charles’s Jubilee and Mimetic Form’, in Charles d’Orléans’s English Aesthetic: The Form, Poetics, and Style of “Fortunes Stabilnes”, ed. Mary-Jo Arn and R D Perry (D S Brewer, under contract)

‘Digby 86 and Thirteenth-Century Scribal Poetics’, in Manuscript Digby 86: Devotion, Science, and Literary Diversions for a Worcestershire Household, c. 1280, ed. Susanna Fein (York Medieval Press, forthcoming)

‘Patronage’, in A New Companion to Chaucer, ed. Peter Brown (Wiley-Blackwell, forthcoming), pp. 309-20

‘Lydgate and the Lenvoy’, Exemplaria, 30.1 (2018), 35-48

‘“many a lay and many a thing”: Chaucer’s Technical Terms’, in Chaucer and the Subversion of Form, ed. Thomas Prendergast and Jessica Rosenfeld (Cambridge University Press, 2018)

‘Margaret of Anjou as Patron of English Verse?: The Liber Proverbiorum and the Romans of Partenay’Review of English Studies, 67 (281) (2016), 636-59

‘The Vanishing English Virelai: French Complainte in English in the Fifteenth Century’, Medium Ævum, 85.1 (2016), 59–76.  Download here: 

‘Thomas Hoccleve’s Poems for Henry V: Anti-Occasional Verse and Ecclesiastical Reform’, Oxford Handbooks Online (Oxford University Press, 2015)

 With Jacquelyn Fernholz, ‘Lydgate’s Poem to Thomas Chaucer: A Reassessment of its Diplomatic and Literary Contexts’, in Identity and Insurgency in the Late Middle Ages, ed. Linda Clark, The Fifteenth Century 6 (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2006), pp. 123–44

‘“Vostre Humble Matatyas”: Culture, Politics and the Percys’, in Of Mice and Men: Image, Belief and Regulation in Late Medieval England, ed. Linda Clark, The Fifteenth Century 5 (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2005), pp. 69–84

‘Household Narratives and Lancastrian Poetics in Hoccleve’s Envoys and Other Early-Fifteenth-Century Middle English Poems’, in The Medieval Household in Christian Europe, c. 850–c. 1550, ed. Cordelia Beattie, Anna Maslakovic and Sarah Rees Jones (Turnhout: Brepols, 2003), pp. 91–106

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