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Afrougheh, S., K. Azizi, and H. Safari. 2013. “Space and Hyperspace in Fictional Dimension.” Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences 70: 1394–97.

Alexander, N, and D. Cooper, ed. 2013. Poetry and Geography: Space and Place in Postwar Poetry. Liverpool University Press.

Alexander, N, and D. Cooper. 2013. “Introduction: Poetry & Geography.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-war Poetry, 1–18. Liverpool University Press.

Alexander, N. 2013. “‘Where Lives Converge’: Peter Riley and the Poetics of Place.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 134–147. Liverpool University Press.

Amoamo, M. 2013. “(de)Constructing Place-Myth: Pitcairn Island and the ‘Bounty’ Story.” Tourism Geographies 15 (1): 107–124.

Ardoin, P. 2013. “Space, Aesthetic Power, and True Falsity in The Known World.” Studies in the Novel 45 (4): 638–54.

Armstrong, C.I. 2013. “City of Change and Challenge: Liverpool in Paul Farley’s Poetry.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 21–32. Liverpool University Press.

Atwood, E.K. 2013. “‘All Places Are Alike’: Marlowe’s Edward II and English Spatial Imagination.” Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 43 (1) (December 21): 49–70.

Bădalescu, D. “Mircea Eliade’s Literary Topographies of Bucharest.” Journal of Romanian Literary Studies 2014, no. 5 (n.d.): 70–80.

Barry, P. 2013. “Mapping the Geographies of Hurt in Barry MacSweeney and S.J. Litherland.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 3–48. Liverpool University Press.

Bessy, M. 2013. “Geographical Dilemma and Literary Creation: Vassilis Alexakis’ Paris.” Contemporary French and Francophone Studies 17 (2): 227–235.

Borin, L, D Dannélls, and L-J Olsson. 2014. “Geographic Visualization of Place Names in Swedish Literary Texts.” Literary and Linguistic Computing 29 (3): 400–404. .

Borin, L., D. Dannélls, and L.-J. Olsson. 2014. “Geographic Visualization of Place Names in Swedish Literary Texts.” Literary and Linguistic Computing.

Bray, P. M. 2013. The Novel Map: Space and Subjectivity in Nineteenth-Century French Fiction. Northwestern University Press.

Brewster, S. 2013. “John Burnside: Poetry as the Space of Withdrawal.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 178–189. Liverpool University Press.

Caquard, S. 2013. “Cartography I Mapping Narrative Cartography.” Progress in Human Geography 37 (1): 135–44.

Caquard, S., and W. Cartwright. 2014. “Narrative Cartography: From Mapping Stories to the Narrative of Maps and Mapping.” The Cartographic Journal 51 (2): 101–6.

Carson, S., L. Hawkes, K. Gislason, and S. Martin. 2013. “Practices of Literary Tourism: An Australian Case Study.” International Journal of Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research 7 (1) (March 22): 42–50.

Collins, L. 2013. “The Road Divides: Thomas Kinsella’s Urban Poetics.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 91–104. Liverpool University Press.

Cooper, D. 2013. “Envisioning ‘the Cubist Fells’: Ways of Seeing in the Poetry of Norman Nicholson.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 148–160. Liverpool University Press.

Costa, E. 2013. “Imagining Europe Through a Pair of Japanese Glasses : Rethinking Eurasian Borders in the Works of Tawada Yoko”. online.

Cranfield, J. L. 2014. “Sherlock’s Slums: The Periodical as an Environmental Form.” Textual Practice 28 (2): 215–41.

Cresswell, T. 2014. “Geographies of Poetry/poetries of Geography.” Cultural Geographies 21 (1): 141–46.

Cutler, A. 2013. “‘Whitby Is a Statement’: Littoral Geographies in British Poetry.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 120–133. Liverpool University Press.

Cutler, A. E. 2013. “‘A Local Habitation and a Name’: Writing Britain.” Journal of Historical Geography 39: 125–34.

Davidson, I. and Z. Skoulding. 2013. Placing Poetry. Rodopi.

Doering, J. 2013. “How Useful Is Thematic Cartography of Literature?” Primerjalna Knijevnost 36 (2): 139–49.

Dolgan, M. 2012. “The Capital and Centers of Slovene Literature.” Slavisticna Revija, no. 3: 271–82.

Dolin, K. 2014. “Place and Property in Post-Mabo Fiction by Dorothy Hewett, Alex Miller and Andrew McGahan.” Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature 14 (3). http://www.nla.gov.au/openpublish/index.php/jasal/article/view/3186.

Dović, M. 2012. “The Network of Memorials of Slovene Literary Culture as Semiotic Appropriation of (National) Space.” Slavisticna Revija, no. 3: 351–64.

Duncan, H. L. 2013. “‘Here at the Fringe of the Forest’: Staging Sacred Space in As You Like It.” Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 43 (1) (December 21): 121–144.

Earhart, A. E. 2014. “‘After a Hundred Years / Nobody Knows the Place’: Notes Toward Spatial Visualizations of Emily Dickinson.” The Emily Dickinson Journal 23 (1): 98–105.

Elden, S. 2013. “The Geopolitics of King Lear: Territory, Land, Earth.” Law & Literature 25 (2): 147–65.

Entwistle, A. 2013. Poetry, Geography, Gender: Women Rewriting Contemporary Wales. The University of Chicago Press. http://www.press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/distributed/P/bo16905754.html.

Evelev, J. 2014. “Rus-Urban Imaginings: Literature of the American Park Movement and Representations of Social Space in the Mid-Nineteenth Century.” Early American Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 12 (1): 174–201.

Fosalău, Liliana Cora. 2013. “Maurice Chappaz. The Writer as Author of His Identity Space.” Human & Social Studies. Research and Practice 2 (3): 61–77.

Fraser, Alistair. 2014 (forthcoming). “The Rural Geographies of Barbara Kingsolver’s Prodigal Summer.” Journal of Rural Studies. http://eprints.nuim.ie/5006/.

Gersdorf, C. 2008. “America/Deserta: Postmodernism and the Poetics of Space.” Anglia – Zeitschrift Für Englische Philologie 126 (2) (January).

Gonçalves, D.S. “The Queer Geography of the Postcolonial Amazon: Literature as Remapping.” Revista GeoAmazônia 2, no. 02 (2014): 79–90.

Goodwin, D. 2014. “Literary Cartography and the Collecting of Place and Experience, with Specific Reference to Collecting Arthur Ransome.” Script and Print 38 (3): 177–90.

Gramich, K. 2013. “‘Still Linked to Those Others’: Landscape and Language in Post-war Welsh Poetry.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 61–74. Liverpool University Press.

Hai, A. 2013. “Out of Bounds: Anglo-Indian Literature and the Geography of Displacement.” Modern Language Quarterly 74 (1): 121–125.

Hewitt, L., and S. Graham. 2014. “Vertical Cities: Representations of Urban Verticality in 20th-Century Science Fiction Literature.” Urban Studies, 52 (5) 923-937.

Hicks, J. 2014. “Lhe Dystopian Cityscape in Postmodern Literature and Film.” eScholarship. http://escholarship.org/uc/item/9hc9g65x.

Hladnik, M. 2012. “Space in Slovene Literary Studies: Critical Editions of the Classics.” Slavisticna Revija, no. 3: 271–82.

Hladnik, Miran, and Jerneja Fridl. 2012. “Space and Its Geographical Presentation in Slovene Historical Narratives.” Slavisticna Revija, no. 3: 265–70.

Hones, S. 2013. “The Literary Dimension.” In Global City Challenges: Debating a Concept, Improving the Practice, 101-116. Palgrave Macmillan.

Hones, S. 2014. Literary Geographies: Narrative Space in Let the Great World Spin. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Howarth, P. 2013. “‘Water’s Soliloquy’: Soundscap and Environment in Alice Oswald’s Dart.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 190–203. Liverpool University Press.

Jacobson, M., and S.C. Larsen. 2014. “Ethnographic Fiction for Writing and Research in Cultural Geography.” Journal of Cultural Geography 31 (2): 179–93.

Jarvis, M. 2013. “Place Under Pressure: Reading John Tripp’s Wales.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 49–60. Liverpool University Press.

Jefferson, B.T.. 2013. “The Sea as Place in Derek Walcott’s Poetry.” The Journal of Commonwealth Literature (March 26).

Jefferson, B. 2014. “Contesting Knowledge, Contested Space: Language, Place, and Power in Derek Walcott’s Colonial Schoolhouse.” Teorie Vědy / Theory of Science 36 (1): 77–103.

Johansen, E. 2014. Cosmopolitanism and Place: Spatial Forms in Contemporary Anglophone Literature. Palgrave Macmillan.

Josephs, K.B. 2013. “Beyond Geography, Past Time: Afrofuturism, The Rainmaker’s Mistake, and Caribbean Studies.” Small Axe 17 (2 41): 123–35.

Juvan, M. 2014. “From Spatial Turn to GIS-Mapping of Literary Cultures.” European Review 23 (1): 81–96.

Kaul, S. 2013. “Kalhaṇa’s Kashmir Aspects of the Literary Production of Space in the Rājataraṅgiṇī.” Indian Historical Review 40 (2) (December 1): 207–222.

Kermode, L.E. 2013. “Experiencing the Space and Place of Early Modern Theater.” Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 43 (1) (December 21): 1–24.

Kneale, J. 2013. “‘I Have Never Been to Nasqueron’ A Geographer Reads Banks.” The Transgressive Iain Banks: Essays on a Writer Beyond Borders: 45.

Kok, S.M. 2013. “‘How Many Arts from Such a Labour Flow’: Thomas Middleton and London’s New River.” Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 43 (1) (December 21): 173–190.

Krotz, S.W. 2014. “Place and Memory: Rethinking the Literary Map of Canada.” ESC: English Studies in Canada 40 (2): 133–54.

Lang, A. 2014. “Canadian Magazines and Their Spatial Contexts: Digital Possibilities and Practical Realities.” International Journal of Canadian Studies 48 (-1): 213–32.

Ling, R.. 2013. “Australians and the Pacific Rim: The Contested Past in the Popular Fiction of Di Morrissey.” Australasian Journal of Popular Culture 2 (2): 211–220.

Lombardi, W. 2013. “‘It All Comes Together’ in … Reno?: Confronting the Postwestern Geographic Imaginary in Willy Vlautin’s “The Motel Life” Western American Literature 48 (1-2): 141–162.

Madge, C. 2014. “On the Creative (re) Turn to Geography: Poetry, Politics and Passion.” Area 46 (2): 178–85.

Martin, C., and S. Murray. “Crime Takes Place: Spatial Situation (s) in Margie Orford’s Fiction.” Scrutiny2 19, no. 1 (2014): 35–51.

Martin, M. 2013. “Bi’äñki’s Ghost Dance Map: Thanatoptic Cartography and the Native American Spirit World.” Imago Mundi 65 (1): 106–114.

McCulloch, A. 2013. “A.D. Hope: Nomad of the Mind, Land and Space.” Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature: 81–87.

McMahon, E. 2013. “Archipelagic Space and the Uncertain Future of National Literatures.” Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature 13 (2).

Morrison, S. 2013. “Requiem’s Ruins: Unmaking and Making in Cold War Faulkner.” American Literature 85 (2): 303–31.

Mucignat, R. 2013. Realism and Space in the Novel, 1795-1869: Imagined Geographies. New edition. Ashgate Pub Co.

Muñoz, A. 2013. “Articulating a Geography of Pain: Metaphor, Memory, and Movement in Helena María Viramontes’s Their Dogs Came with Them.” MELUS: Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States 38 (2) (June 1): 24–38.

Neculai, C. 2014. Urban Space and Late Twentieth-Century New York Literature: Reformed Geographies. Palgrave Macmillan.

O’Brien, S, and I. Sizeman. 2013. “Introduction: The Globalization of Fiction/The Fiction of Globalization.” The South Atlantic Quarterly 100 (3): 603–626.

Ogrin, M. 2012. “Anton Martin Slomšek and the Question of the Unity of the Slovene Cultural Space.” Slavisticna Revija, no. 3: 469–82.

Parey, A. 2013. “Space Matters in Rachel Cusk’s Arlington Park.” E-Rea. Revue électronique D’études Sur Le Monde Anglophone, no. 10.2.

Pearson, B. C. 2013. “Literature, Mapping, and the Politics of Space in Early Modern Britain.” Cartographic Perspectives (56): 56–57.

Perenič, U. 2012. “The Reading Societies Network and Socio-Geographic Dynamics.” Slavisticna Revija, no. 3: 383–400.

Perenič, U. 2012. “Space in Literature and Literature in Space.” Slavisticna Revija, no. 3: 265–70.

Reese-Jones, D. 2013. “‘Wanderer, Incomer, Borderer/liar, Mother of Everything I See’: Jo Shapcott’s Engagement with Landscape, Art and Poetry.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 163–177.

Reuschel, A. K., B. Piatti, and L. Hurni. 2013. “Modelling Uncertain Geodata for the Literary Atlas of Europe.” Understanding Different Geographies: 135–157.

Ridanpää, J. 2013. “Critical Geographer, Northern Art and Contesting of Gendered Northernness.” Nordia Geographical Publications 42 (2): 27–38.

Ridanpää, J. 2014. “Politics of Literary Humour and Contested Narrative Identity (of a Region with No Identity).” Cultural Geographies,

Robinson, P. 2013. “Roy Fisher’s Spatial Prepositions and Other Little Words.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 204–216. Liverpool University Press.

Rossetto, T. 2013. “Theorizing Maps with Literature.” Progress in Human Geography: Online early.

Rus, Andra-Lucia. 2013. “James Joyce’s Dublin and Lars Saabye Christensen’s Oslo. Geocritical Readings.” Romanian Journal of English Studies 10 (1): 271–77.

Ryan, Lorraine. Memory and Spatiality in Post-Millennial Spanish Narrative. Ashgate , 2014.

Saunders, A. 2013. “The Spatial Event of Writing: John Galsworthy and the Creation of ‘Fraternity’.” Cultural Geographies (February 12).

Selberg, T., and N. Alempijević. 2013. “Turning Fiction into Reality: The Making of Two Places within Literary Geography.” Studia Ethnologica Croatica (25): 183–206.

Skoulding, Z. 2013. Contemporary Women’s Poetry and Urban Space: Experimental Cities. Palgrave Macmillan.

Smith, B. R. 2013. “Taking the Measure of Global Space.” Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 43 (1) (December 21): 25–48.

Smith, M. 2014. “Fiction and the Nation: The Construction of Canadian Identity in Chatelaine and Canadian Home Journal during the 1930s and 1940s.” British Journal of Canadian Studies 27 (1): 37–53.

Stockhammer, R. 2013. “Exokeanismos: The (Un) Mappability of Literature.” Primerjalna Knijevnost 36 (2): 123–38.

Stojmenska-Elzeser, S. 2013. “Representation and Production of the Genius Loci in Literature.” Primerjalna Knijevnost 36 (2): 115–22.

Tate, A. 2013. “Roaring Amen: Charles Causley Speaks of Home.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 75–87. Liverpool University Press.

Tavares, D., and M. Brosseau. 2013. “The Spatial Politics of Informal Urban Citizenship: Reading the Literary Geographies of Toronto in Dionne Brand’s What We All Long For.Zeitschrift Für Kanada-Studien 33: 9–33.

Thornbury, B. E. 2014. “Tokyo, Gender and Mobility: Tracking Fictional Characters on Real Monorails, Trains, Subways and Trams.” Journal of Urban Cultural Studies 1 (1): 43–64.

Thurgar-Dawson, C. 2013. “Reality Mining and Meaningful Motion Patterns: A Critical GIS for Literary Studies.” Perspectives on Mobility 17: 69.

Travis, C. 2013. “From the Ruins of Time and Space.” City (February 20): 1–24.

Travis, C. 2014. “Transcending the Cube: Translating GIScience Time and Space Perspectives in a Humanities GIS.” International Journal of Geographical Information Science 28 (5): 1149–64.

Tuominen, T. 2013. “‘Down into the Valley of Death’: The Portrayal of the Orient in the Interwar Fiction of Agatha Christie.” online.

Urbanc, M., and Juvan, M. 2012. “At the Juncture of Literature and Geography: Literature as a Subject of Geographic Inquiry in the Case of Slovene Istria.” Slavisticna Revija, no. 3: 339–50.

Vandevelde, T. 2014. “‘Are You Going to Mind the Noise?’ Mapping the Soundscapes of Parade’s End.” In International Ford Madox Ford Studies 13. Rodopi.

Voorhees, J. 2014. “Disciplining Fiction: Projecting Robin Evans through History and Geography.” ARCC Conference Repository, July. http://www.arcc-journal.org/index.php/repository/article/view/257.

Weber Reuschel, A-K, B. Piatti, and L. Hurni. 2014. “Data-Driven Expansion of Dense Regions – A Cartographic Approach in Literary Geography.” The Cartographic Journal 51 (2): 123–40.

West-Pavlov, R. 2014. “Inside Out – The New Literary Geographies of the Post-Apartheid City in Mpe and Vladislavić’s Johannesburg Writing.” Journal of Southern African Studies 40 (1): 7–19.

Williams, T. 2013. “The Writer Walking the Dog: Creative Writing Practice and Everyday Life.” American, British and Canadian Studies Journal 20 (1) (June 1): 224–238.

Woertendyke, G.J. 2013. “Geography, Genre, and Hemispheric Regionalism.” Atlantic Studies 10 (2): 211–227.

Wyckoff, W. 2013. “Ivan Doig’s Montana and the Creation of Place-defining Literature.” Journal of Cultural Geography 30 (1): 90–119.

Yan, S. 2013. “Mapping Knowledge and Power: Cartographic Representations of Empire in Victorian Britain.” online.

Yard, J. 2013. “Taking Tea with Grandaddy Tough: Accessing the Affective Topography of Logging Poetry and Labour.” Emotion, Space and Society 6 (February): 54–62.

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