Publications about Sylvia Townsend Warner
|Harman, Claire||Sylvia Townsend Warner||1989|
|Mulford, Wendy||This Narrow Place||1988 (Pandora)|
|A selection of other reference books:|
|Yoke, Carl B. and Hassler, Donald M. (Eds.) with an essay by Crossley, Robert||'A Long Day's Dying: The Elves of J. R. R. Tolkien and Sylvia Townsend Warner'
in 'Death and the Serpent: Immortality in Science Fiction and Fantasy'
|1985 (Greenwood Press)|
|Stinton, Judith||Chaldon Herring: The Powys Circle in a Dorset Village||1988 (Boydell Press), 2004 (Black Dog Books) revised edition|
|Castle, Terry||'Sylvia Townsend Warner and the Counterplot of Lesbian Fiction', The Apparitional Lesbian. Female Homosexuality and Modern Culture, pp.66-91||1993, New York, Columbia University Press|
|Lucas, John (Ed.) with an essay by Rattenbury, Arnold||Writing and Radicalism "Literature, lying and sober truth: attitudes to the work of Patrick Hamilton and Sylvia Townsend Warner"||1996 (Longman)|
|Montefiore, Janet||Men and Women Writers of the 1930s: The Dangerous Flood of History||1996 (Routledge)|
|Tolhurst, Peter||East Anglia – A Literary Pilgrimage||1996 (Black Dog Books)|
|Lucas, John||The Radical Twenties||1997 (Five Leaves Publications)|
|Croft, Andy (Ed.)||A Weapon in the Struggle: The Cultural History of the Communist Party in Britain. Includes a chapter "Sylvia Townsend Warner in the 1930s" by Maroula Joannou.||1998 (Pluto Press)|
|Joannou, Maroula with an essay by Beer, Gillian||Women Writers of the 1930s
"Sylvia Townsend Warner: the Centrifugal Kick"
|1999 (Edinburgh University Press)|
|Tolhurst, Peter||Wessex - A Literary Pilgrimage||1999 (Black Dog Books)|
|Wachman, Gay||Lesbian Empire - Radical Crosswriting in the Twenties||2001 (Rutgers University Press)|
|Castle, Terry||'The Will to Whimsy', Boss Ladies Watch Out! Essays on Women, Sex and Writing, pp.237-243||2002, New York and London, Routledge|
|Montefiore, Janet||Arguments of Heart and Mind: Selected Essays 1977-2000||2002 (M.U.P.)|
|Garrity, Jane||Step-Daughters of England: British Women Modernists and the National Imaginary||2003 (Manchester University Press)|
|Hackett, Robin||Sapphic Primitivism: Productions of Race, Class and Sexuality in Key Works of Modern Fiction||2003 (Rutgers University Press)|
|Poulos Nesbitt, Jennifer||“Footsteps of Red Ink: Rewriting Body and Landscape in Lolly Willowes.” in Twentieth Century Literature 49.4, 449-471||2003|
|Poulos Nesbitt, Jennifer||Narrative Settlements: Geographies of British Women's Fiction Between the Wars||2005 (University of Toronto Press)|
|Gill Davies, David Malcolm, John Simons (Ed.)||Critical Essays on Sylvia Townsend Warner, English Novelist 1893 - 1978||2006 (Edward Mellen Press)|
|Usandizaga, Aránzazu||Escritoras al frente: Intelectuales extranjeras en la guerra civil [Female Writers at the Front: Foreign Intellectuals in the Civil War]||2007 Nerea, S.A.|
|Poulos Nesbitt, Jennifer||Rum Histories: Consumption and Decolonization in Sylvia Townsend Warner and Jean Rhys. in Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 26.2, 309-330||2007|
|Tova Linett, Maren||Modernism, Feminism and Jewishness||2007 (C.U.P.)|
|Tolhurst, Peter (Ed.)||Knowing Your Place: East Anglian Landscapes and Literature||2009 (Black Dog Books)|
We would be grateful for suggestions on other titles to add to this list.
Links to Related Websites
|Visit the Sylvia Townsend Warner Society's Facebook page||http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sylvia-Townsend-Warner-Society/149986748404482|
|For copyright permissions or publishing requests please contact Tanya Stobbs||sylviatownsendwarnerestate.com, estates firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Hudleston family (Sylvia's mother's family)||www.angelfire.com/art2/frankhyde/joan|
|Dorset County Museum||www.dorsetcountymuseum.org|
|Black Dog Books||www.blackdogbooks.co.uk|
|Information about the writer Bertram Fletcher Robinson, Sylvia's grandfather||www.bfronline.biz|
|Visit the website of Claire Harman, Sylvia's biographer||www.claireharman.com|
|The website of Idbury, the village where Sylvia stayed in the 1920's. It contains a page on Sylvia and her connection to the place.||www.idbury.com|
|A Blog devoted to Sylvia and run by the New York Review of Books: 'A Different Stripe - That's Why We Become Witches'||http://nyrbclassics.tumblr.com/post/100688217337/thats-why-we-become-witches|
With many thanks to Ray Russell from Tartarus Press for all his help with starting the Sylvia Townsend Warner Society.
The Tartarus Press publishes the works of Arthur Machen Sylvia's uncle.