pub 1Thomas Kinsella: The Peppercanister Poems (Dublin: University College Dublin Press, 2001) pp.xii+273. ISBN 1900621525 hardcover, 1900621533 paper.

pub 2Guest Editor: Irish Studies Review, Thomas Kinsella Special Issue, vol.16, no.3 (2008). ISSN 0967-0882.

pub 3‘Power, Politics, and Polis: Samuel Beckett’s What Where’, in Beckett Re-Membered, eds. J. Carney, L. Madden, M. O’Sullivan, K.White (Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2012), pp.166-179. ISBN13: 978-1-4438-3500-8; ISBN: 1-4438-3500-5.

pub 4‘The Dolmen Press: “A Hazardous Venture”’ in In The Oxford History of the Irish Book, Volume V: The Irish Book in English, 1891-2000, eds. Clare Hutton and Patrick Walsh (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011), pp. 576-591. ISBN-10: 0199249113; ISBN-13: 978-0199249114

pub 5‘Beckett, Feldman, Salcedo… Neither’ in Beckett and Nothing, ed. Daniela Caselli (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2010), pp.143-159. ISBN 9780719080197.

pdf icon'Beckett's Spectral Silence: Breath and the Sublime', Limite Beckett

pub 6‘“In his secondmouth language”: Joyce and Irish Poetry’ in A Companion to James Joyce, ed. Richard Brown (Oxford: Blackwell, 2008), pp.341-358. ISBN 978140511044.

pub 7Sounding Spaces: Aurality in Beckett, Nauman and Cardiff’, Performance Research, Issue 12:1 (March 2007), pp.5-11. ISSN 13528165

pub 8‘“The Absence of Origin”: Beckett and Contemporary French Philosophy’ in Literature and Philosophy: A Guide to Contemporary Debates, ed. David Rudrum (London: Palgrave. 2006), pp.24-36. ISBN 1403947732.

pub 9‘Loose Signatures: Samuel Beckett and the Livre d’Artiste’, Seeing Things: Literature and the Visual, GRAAT no.28 (Tours: Presses Universitaires Francois Rabelais, 2005), pp.109-122. ISSN 0997-4970. ISBN 2-86906-200-1.

pub 10‘National Identity and Urban Topography in Joyce’s and Kinsella’s Dublin’, Ireland: Space, Text, Time, eds. Liam Harte, Yvonne Whelan and Patrick Crotty (Dublin: Liffey Press, 2005), pp.35-44. ISBN 1904148832.

pub 11‘The Aesthetics of Ruptured Visibility: Samuel Beckett’s Rockaby’, L’Allusion et l’Acces, ed. Peter Vernon, GRAAT no.31 (Tours: Presses Universitaires Francois Rabelais, 2005), pp.103-115. ISSN 0997-4970, ISBN 2-86906-210-9.

pub 12‘Thomas Kinsella and the Peppercanister Poems’, The Irish Book in the Twentieth Century, ed. Clare Hutton (Dublin; Portland Or: Irish Academic Press, 2004), pp.102-115, 200-202. ISBN 0716527804 hardcover, 0716533359 paper.

pub 13‘The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing. Vols. IV and V’, Review article in Irish Studies Review, vol.12, no.1 (Spring 2004), pp.127-131. ISSN 09670882

pub 14pdf icon‘The subject doesn’t matter, there is none’: Beckett’s Unnamable” Other Becketts, eds. D. Caselli, S. Connor, L. Salisbury (Tallahassee, Florida: Journal of Beckett Studies Books, 2002), pp.196-206. ISBN 1892770016. Also published in The Journal of Beckett Studies, vol. 2, nos 1-2 (Spring 2001), pp.196-206. ISSN 03095207.

pub 15pdf icon‘Difficult Migrations: The Dinnseanchas of Thomas Kinsella's Later Poetry’, The Irish University Review, vol. 31, no.1 (Spring/Summer 2001), pp.172-186. ISSN 00211427

pub 16‘Irish Identities in Thomas Kinsella’s Poetry’ in Foilsiú (New York: Grian, Spring 2001), pp.37-45. ISSN 15336980

pub 17pdf icon''Words Pronouncing Me Alive”: Beckett and Incarnation’ in Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd’hui 9: Beckett and Religion; Beckett/Aesthetics/Politics, eds. Mary Bryden and Lance St.John Butler (Amsterdam, Netherlands; Atlanta, U.S.A.: Rodopi, 2000), pp.93-104. ISBN 9042014040

pub 18pdf icon‘Speech and Obligation in Not I’, in Samuel Beckett: A Casebook, ed. Jennifer Jeffers (New York and London: Garland, 1998), pp. 111-131. ISBN 0815325517

pub 19pdf icon“Quotation, Translation and Contamination in the Third Fizzle of Samuel Beckett’s and Jasper Johns’ Foirades/Fizzles” in Imprimatur, ed. Julian Wolfreys, vol.1, nos. 2/3 (Spring 1996), pp.101-9. ISSN 13609017