Playing the game: Imaginative mobilities and practical adventures in the world of Sherlock Holmes. Palgrave Macmillan (Mobilities, Literature and Culture). forthcoming 2021

Book Chapters

Readers, tourism and the making of Sherlock Holmes’s England. In Palmer, C. and Tivers, J. (eds.) Creating Heritage for Tourism. (2019) Abingdon: Routledge. pp.89-100.

The Nineteenth Century in Alexander, N. and Cooper, D. (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Literary Geography. Abingdon: Routledge. forthcoming 2022

Edited Special Issues

Collaborative Spaces: Ideas from the Cambridge Literary Geographies Conference 2018. Literary Geographies. 5(1) (2019) pp.1-20.

Thinking (about Literary) Spaces: Ideas from the Cambridge Literary Geographies Conference. (ed.) Literary Geographies 4(1) (2018) pp.1-65.

The Work and the World: Mobilities and Literary Space. (ed.) Literary Geographies 2(2) (2016) pp. 122-199.

Refereed articles

Appalachian hikers journals: new directions in digital landscape writing. Transfers. forthcoming 2021

Digital and non-digital representations as actors in the enactment of selfhood and community on the Appalachian Trail. Social and Cultural Geography. [In press.]

Mapping enchanted landscapes in Philip Weller’s The Dartmoor of The Hound of the Baskervilles. cultural geographies. forthcoming 2021

Walking as practice in Sherlockian literary geographies. Literary Geographies 2(2) (2016) pp. 144-163.

Review Articles and Editorials

Giada Peterle (2019), Lines: Moving with stories of public transport in Turku. Transfers. [In press.]

Simon Ferdinand (2019) Mapping Beyond Measure: Art, Cartography and the Space of Global Modernity. Social and Cultural Geography. [In press.]

The road goes ever on and on: Re-reading The Lord of the Rings in lockdown. Literary Geographies, 6(2) (2021) pp.203-207.

Tim Cresswell (2019) Maxwell Street: Writing and Thinking Place. cultural geographies. (2020 – in press).

Robert Macfarlane (2019) Underland: A deep time journey. Literary Geographies, 6(1) (2020) pp.138-140.

Melissa Harrison (2016) Rain: Four Walks in English Weather. Transfers. (2020 – in press)

Teaching Literary Geographies in British Classrooms. Literary Geographies, 4(1) (2018) pp.57-61. 

Literary Geographies: Narrative Space in Let the Great World Spin by Sheila Hones. Palgrave MacMillan. (2016) Literary Geographies 2(1) pp.114-117.


Editor. Literary Geographies.

Book Review Editor. Social and Cultural Geography.

Associate Editor for Literary Reviews. Transfers.

Peer reviewer: Routledge Geography and Tourism Books, Space and Culture, cultural geographies, Social and Cultural Geography, Literary Geographies, Journal of Popular Television


Conferences organised

Annual literary geographies roundtable. University of Cambridge. 2017-2020.

Conference panels organized

The Call of the Wild: Writing and Walking in American Landscapes. American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. Boston, MA. April 2017.

Worldly Literary Geographies 1: Mobility and Circulation and 2: The Work and the World. American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL. April 2015.

Selected conference presentations (invited speaker*)

Unruly Landscapes. Lancaster University. June 2020. (Virtual conference.)

Enchanting Literature with Maps: The ludic creativity of ‘The Dartmoor of The Hound of the Baskervilles’. Mapping Space, Mapping Time, Mapping Texts. Lancaster University and the British Library. (2020 but postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.)

Rahawa Haile’s Black Books: Writing, memory and identity on the Appalachian Trail. Inhabiting Memories and Landscapes. Brecon Cathedral. (Postponed to 2021 due to the coronavirus outbreak.)

Rugged writing: The community sustaining potential of landscape writing. Moving Literary Geographies. Royal Holloway University of London. June 2019.

*Literary Geography and Cultural Heritage. Deep Mapping for Cultural Heritage. Lancaster University. September 2018

Trail of Texts: Online journals and the Appalachian Trail. American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. Boston, MA. April 2017.