Title Author Category Year Vol.
Volume 11, 2012 2012 11
Editor’s Welcome Mangham, Andrew Beller, Anne-Marie
Barnett, Ryan
Editorial 2012 11
‘There is nothing either of Wilkie or Collins about it’: Naming and Signing in Wilkie Collins’s Memoirs of the Life of William Collins and Blind Love Barnett, Ryan Article 2012 11
Wilkie Collins’s Legacies: The Moonstone in Boris Akunin’s Murder on the Leviathan and Children’s Book Morris, Marcia Article 2012 11
Opening up the Secret Theatre of Home: Wilkie Collins’s The Woman in White on the Victorian Stage Pedlar, Valerie Article 2012 11
Ugo Foscolo’s Last Letters of Jacopo Ortis and Wilkie Collins’s ‘The Woman in White’: A Case for Possible Influence Hochber, Schifra Article 2012 11
The Decomposing Past and the Challenges to Modernity: Corporeal and Architectural Decay in Wilkie Collins Constantini, Mariaconcetta Article 2012 11
A Companion to Sensation Fiction ed. by Pamela Gilbert O’Brien Hill, Georgina Review 2012 11
Ghost-Seers, Detectives, and Spiritualists: Theories of Vision in Victorian Literature and Science by Srdjan Smajić. Bartlett, Mackenzie Review 2012 11
Science, Sexuality and Sensation Novels: Pleasures of the Senses by Laurie Garrison Tomaiuolo, Saverio Review 2012 11
Volume 12, 2013 2015 12
“Oh Doctor, Doctor, don’t expect too much of me! I’m only a woman, after all!”: The (Dis) Embodiment of Lydia Gwilt in Collins’s Miss Gwilt Buckmaster, Jonathan Article 2013 12
Wilkie Collins’s Monomaniacs in Basil , No Name , and Man and Wife Ifill, Helena Article 2013 12
The New Magdalen and the Rhetoric of Prostitution: Restoring Mercy Merrick’s Agency Lyda, Laurie Article 2013 12
Redefining Bodies and Boundaries in Wilkie Collins’s Armadale and The Law and the Lady Williams, Hilary Article 2013 12
John Kittos The Lost Senses: Deafness and Blindness and Wilkie Collins Hide and Seek and Poor Miss Finch Newman, Hilary Article 2013 12
Authenticism and Post-Authenticism: Wilkie Collins’s Armadale and Michael Cox’s The Meaning of Night: A Confession Banerjee, Jacqueline Article 2013 12
“Wilkie Collins: New Directions and Readings” (A Victorian Popular Fiction Association Study Day), 9 November 2013. Keynote Lecture by Professor William Baker Baker, William Article 2013 12
Wilkie Collins: Scholarship and Criticism: Past, Present, and Future Bibliography Baker, William Article 2013 12
The Lighthouse by Wilkie Collins, with an introduction by Andrew Gasson and Caroline Radcliffe Pedlar, Valerie Review 2013 12
New Perspectives on Mary Elizabeth Braddon edited by Jessica Cox Adams, Elizabeth Review 2013 12
Women’s Authorship and Editorship in Victorian Culture: Sensational Strategies by Beth Palmer Tomaiuolo, Saverio Review 2013 12
Women and Literary Celebrity in the Nineteenth Century: The Transatlantic Production of Fame and Gender by Brenda R. Weber VanLaningham, Erin Review 2013 12
Bodies and Things in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture edited by Katharina Boehm Sparks, Tabitha Review 2013 12
Queer Others in Victorian Gothic: Transgressing Monstrosity by Ardel Haefele-Thomas Hultgren, Neil Review 2013 12
Victorian Unfinished Novels: The Imperfect Page by Saverio Tomaiuolo Law, Graham Review 2013 12
Writing Death and Absence in the Victorian Novel: Engraved Narratives by Jolene Zigarovich Talairach-Vielmas, Laurence Review 2013 12
Volume 13, 2015 2015 13
Editor’s Note Parsons, Joanna Editorial 2015 13
Paternal Trauma: Economic Emasculation and Sensationalised Stepfathers in Ellen Wood’s George Canterbury’s Will and Pen Oliver’s All But: A Chronicle of Laxenford Life Ella Butcher, Emma Article 2015 13
‘he’d let me turn the house into a theatre’: rewriting the domestic in the sensational world of East Lynne Oulton, Carolyn Article 2015 13
In the Secret Theatre of Home: Wilkie Collins, Sensation Narrative, and Nineteenth-Century Psychology by Jenny Bourne Taylor Mangham, Andrew Review 2015 13
Reading Victorian Deafness: Signs and Sounds in Victorian Literature and Culture by Jennifer Esmail Gore, Clare Walker Review 2015 13
The Female Servant and Sensation Fiction: ‘Kitchen Literature’ by Elizabeth Steere Ducusin, Marc Milton Review 2015 13
Dickens’ Novels as Poetry: Allegory and the Literature of the City by Jeremy Tambling Burke, Verity Review 2015 13
Postal Plots in British Fiction, 1840-1898: Readdressing Correspondence Culture by Laura Rotunno Bredesen, Dagni Review 2015 13
Volume 14, 2017 Article 2017 14
The Nature of the Law: Struggles between Statute and Morality in Wilkie Collins’s The Woman in White and No Name Boucher, Abigail K. Article 2017 14
A Lost Biographical Sketch Bell, Emily Article 2017 14
A Lost Biographical Sketch
Cornwall and Kamtschatka: Domesticating Cornwall through Pedestrian Travel in Wilkie Collins’s Rambles Beyond Railways (1851)
Elce, Erika Behrisch Article 2017 14
Gravy Soup: humouring conformity and counterfeiting in A Rogue’s Life Lloyd, Rebecca Article 2017 14
‘In the Mystery and Terror of a Dream’: Sensationalism, Consistency, and Mental Science in Wilkie Collins’s Armadale Matlock, Daniel Article 2017 14
‘You must give up’: Gothic Detection and the Rhetoric of Protest in The Law and the Lady Strovas, Karen Beth Review 2017 14
Secrecy and Disclosure in Victorian Fiction by Leila Silvana May Ifill, Helena Review 2017 14
Sensation and Professionalism in the Victorian Novel by Mariaconcetta Costantini Olivieri, Marco Review 2017 14
Dirt in Victorian Literature and Culture: Writing Materiality by Sabine Schulting Platjee, Marjolein Review 2017 14
Jezebel’s Daughter by Wilkie Collins (edited by Jason David Hall) Podziewska, Julia Review 2017 14
Volume 15, 2018 2018 15
Never mind the dog’: Experimental Subjects in H. G. Wells’ The Island of Doctor Moreau and Wilkie Collins’ Heart and Science Elce, Erika Behrisch Article 2018 15
Simple Sally: Arrested Development and Child Prostitution in Wilkie Collins’s The Fallen Leaves Godfrey, Esther Article 2018 15
The Female Amateur Scientist and the Sense for Conduct in Heart and Science : Blind to Matter and Morals Mollmann, Steven Article 2018 15
Isabel’s Blue Spectacles: The Optics of Affect in East Lynne Nash, Megan Article 2018 15
The Heart of Lydia Gwilt: Emotion, Characterisation, and the Science of Acting Quirk, Catherine Article 2018 15
Sensational Umwelten: The Woman in White and Semiotics Scupham, Hannah Article 2018 15
Between Siblings: Performing the Brother in Wilkie Collins’ The Woman in White and No Name Leonardo Silva, Beth Article 2018 15
Transing Wilkie Collins Zigarovich, Jolene Article 2018 15
Heather Hind reviewing Romance’s Rival: Familiar Marriage in Victorian Fiction (2016) Schaffer, Talia Review 2018 15
Albert Sears reviewing The Food Plot in the Nineteenth-Century British Novel (2016) Lee, Michael Parrish Review 2018 15
Lewis Roberts reviewing Dickens’s Forensic Realism: Truth, Bodies, Evidence (2017) Mangham, Andrew Review 2018 15
Laura Eastlake reviewing Military Men of Feeling: Emotion, Touch, and Masculinity in the Crimean War
Furneaux, Holly Review 2018 15
Emma Swain reviewing Victorian Dogs, Victorian Men: Affect and Animals in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture (2017) Chez, Keridiana W. Review 2018 15
Peter Templeton reviewing Novel Politics: Democratic Imaginations in Nineteenth-Century Fiction (2017) Armstrong, Isobel Review 2018 15
Volume 16, 2019 2019 16
Introduction: Victorian Popular Journalism Hatter, Janine
Ifill, Helena
Editorial 2019 16
‘To get to the very bottom of the social fabric’: Mid-Victorian Journalism and the Police Officer, c. 1856-1877 Saunders, Samuel Article 2019 16
Murder for a Penny: Jack the Ripper and the Structural Impact of Sensational Reporting Mishou, A. Luxx Article 2019 16
Professional Identity and Social Capital: the Personal Networks of Victorian Popular Journalists Mishou, A. Luxx Article 2019 16
Temple Bar ’s New Portrait of Femininity: Active Domesticity in Mary Braddon’s Aurora Floyd Newman, Kaari Article 2019 16
The Woman in White ’s Vestry Episodes: Reworking Journalism as Novelistic Discourse Podziewska, Julia Article 2019 16
Teaching Wilkie Collins and the Periodical Press Stockstill, Ellen Article 2019 16
Second Sight in the Nineteenth Century: Prophecy, Imagination and Nationhood (2017) by Elsa Richardson Coons, Jayda Review 2019 16
Spirit Matters: Occult Beliefs, Alternative Religions, and the Crisis of Faith in Victorian Britain (2018) by J. Jeffrey Franklin Young, Lin Review 2019 16
Fashion and Narrative in Victorian Popular Literature: Double Threads (2017) by Madeleine Seys Hunt, Alyson Review 2019 16
Volume 17, 2020 2020 17
Introduction: “Hosts of odd, old-fashioned things” Brindle, Kym Editorial 2020 17
“Pondering on that little circle of plaited hair”: Hairwork, Materiality, and Identity in Wilkie Collins’s Hide and Seek (1854) Hind, Heather Article 2020 17
“As Plain as Print”: The Physiognomic Body, Clothing, and Written Texts in the Sensation Novel of the 1860s Lennox, Sarah Article 2020 17
‘Stupid’ Clocks and Pocket-Watches: Defunct Time-Pieces in The Woman in White and Lady Audley’s Secret Blake, Hannah-Freya Article 2020 17
Styling the Self: Exploring Identity Formation Through Clothing in Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre Banner, Jessica Article 2020 17
Paraphernalia! Victorian Objects (2018) by Helen Kingstone and Kate Lister Boucher, Abigail Review 2020 17
Victorian Liberalism and Material Culture: Synergies of Thought and Place (2018) by Kevin A Morrison Cammack, Zan Review 2020 17
Sensational Things: Souvenirs, Keepsakes, and Mementos in Wilkie Collins’s Fiction (2019) by Sabina Fazli Allsop, Jessica Review 2020 17
Tuberculosis and Disabled Identity in Nineteenth Century Literature: Invalid Lives (2018) by Alex Tankard Logan, Heidi Review 2020 17
What the Victorians Made of Romanticism: Material Artefacts, Cultural Practices, and Reception History
(2017) by Tom Mole
Reeve, Natalie Review 2020 17
Creating Character: Theories of Nature and Nurture in Victorian Sensation Fiction (2018) by Helena Ifill Everard, Jessica H. Review 2020 17
Replication in the Long Nineteenth Century: Re-makings and Reproductions (2018), ed. by Julie Codell and Linda K. Hughes Bell, Emily Review 2020 17
Volume 18, 2021 2021 18
Neo-Victorian Collins: Legacies and Afterlives O’Callaghan, Claire
Cox, Jessica
Article 2021 18
Contributor Biographies – Neo-Victorian Collins Special Issue Cox, Jessica Article 2021 18
“The Story Seems of an Almost Unbelievable Romanticism”: Agatha Christie’s Parodic Emptying of Wilkie Collins’s Foreign Conspiracies by Indu Ohri Ohri, Indu Article 2021 18
The Moonstone in the Smoke: Reading for Erasure in Phillip Pullman’s Neo-Sensation Novel in the Age of #MeToo by Kimberly Cox Cox, Kimberly Article 2021 18
“I Have at Last Discovered Something”: Wilkie Collins and the Neo-Victorian Female Detective by Beth Sherman Sherman, Beth Article 2021 18
The Transformation of Victorian Monsters: Wilkie Collins’ Heart and Science and Gail Carriger’s Neo-Victorian ‘Parasol Protectorate’ Series by Melissa Purdue Purdue, Melissa Article 2021 18
“Et tu, Drood?”: Rivalry, Identity, and the Undercover Personas of Wilkie Collins and Charles Dickens in Dan Simmons’s Drood (2009) by Kathryne Ford Ford, Kathryne Article 2021 18
Companion to Victorian Popular Fiction (2018), ed. by Kevin A. Morrison Morrison, Kevin A. Review 2021 18
Deviance in Neo-Victorian Culture: Canon, Transgression, Innovation (2018) by Saverio Tomaiuolo Tomaiuolo, Saverio Review 2021 18
Neo-Victorianism and Sensation Fiction (2019) by Jessica Cox Cox, Jessica Review 2021 18
Neo-Victorian Madness: Rediagnosing Nineteenth-Century Mental Illness in Literature and Other Media (2020), ed. by Sarah E. Maier and Brenda Ayres Maier, Sarah E.
Ayres, Brenda
Review 2021 18
Neo-Victorianism on Screen: Postfeminism and Contemporary Adaptations of Victorian Women (2018) by Antonija Primorac Primorac, Antonija Review 2021 18
Railway Reading and Late-Victorian Literary Series (2018) by Paul Raphael Rooney Roony, Paul Raphael Review 2021 18
Sensational Deviance: Disability in Nineteenth-Century Sensation Fiction (2019) by Heidi Logan Logan, Heidi Review 2021 18
The Vampire: A New History (2018) by Nick Groom Groom, Nick Review 2021 18
Victorian Environments: Acclimatizing to Change in British Domestic and Colonial Culture.  (2018), ed. by Grace Moore and Michelle J. Smith Moore, Grace
Smith, Michelle J.
Review 2021 18
Wilkie Collins’s Lo scrigno di Mr Wray, ovvero la maschera e il mistero. Una storia di Natale (2019), edited with an introduction by Mariaconcetta Costantini, translated by Emilia Carmen Cavaliere Costantini, Mariaconcetta
Cavaliere, Emilia Carmen
Review 2021 18
Volume 19, 2022
Sensation Drama: An Anthology Palmer, Beth
Hofer-Robinson, Joanna
Review 2022 19
The Commodification of Identity in Victorian Narrative Grass, Seean Review 2022 19
The Victorian Penny Blood and the 1832 Anatomy Act Gasperini, Anna Review 2022 19
Drugs and the Addiction Aesthetic in Nineteenth-Century Literature Colman, Adam Review 2022 19
The Moonstone Screen 14 Pictures Review 2022 19
Plotting Disability in the Ninteenth-Century Novel Walker Gore, Clare Review 2022 19