Gender, Genre and the Romantic Poets (Manchester University Press, 1996) (‘one of the best introductions to Romanticism’, Fred Botting, Romanticism on the Net)
Reading Adaptations: Novels and Verse Narratives on the Stage, 1790-1840 (Manchester University Press, 2000) (‘an important contribution to popular culture studies as well as those of Romantic-era drama’, Year’s Work in English Studies)
Critical scholarly edition (with introduction, annotations and appendices) of Charles Lloyd, Edmund Oliver (Pickering and Chatto, 2005) (‘The editor … has done a thorough and illuminating job … an excellent introduction, sound and expansive annotation’, Robert Morrison, The Wordsworth Circle)
Critical scholarly edition (with introduction, annotations and appendices) of Thomas Holcroft, Selected Plays (Pickering and Chatto, 2007) (This collection will surely become the standard edition … for scholarly reference', Miriam L Wallace, Keats-Shelley Journal)
‘Adaptation’ and ‘Melodrama: Origins and Development’ in The Encyclopedia of Romanticism (ed Burwick, Goslee and Hoeveler; Wiley-Blackwell, 2012)
‘Perfectly harmless and secure’?: The Political Contexts of Thomas Holcroft’s He’s Much to Blame’ in Re-viewing Thomas Holcroft, 1745-1809 (ed. Wallace and Markley; Ashgate, 2012.