‘Inez,’ in Home & Family Magazine, pub. The Mother’s Union (May 1986). Memoir/article.
‘More about Inez,’ in Home & Family Magazine, pub. The Mother’s Union (Dec 1986). Memoir/article.
‘Night Prowling’ in The Smallest Part of Truth: Poetry from Behind the Scenes Workshops VI, Leicestershire County Council, (2009). Poetry.
‘An Interview with a Lucky Man,’ in Creative Writing MA Anthology, Loughborough University (2010). Creative non-fiction.
‘We Love to Eat: Dorothy’s Egg and Bacon Pie’, The Guardian (Oct 2012). Memoir.
‘Gilt-clasped book’ and ‘Dresser’, in Bringing in a Greater Yield, expresseum poetics (March 2013). Poetry.
‘Diversity, Ethnicity and the Victorians’ in Primary History Magazine, The Historical Association (Autumn 2013). Non-fiction article.
Learn to Write Amazing Children’s Books, e-careers digital learning platform (April 2014). Online writing course.
Changing Spaces, Trading Places educational materials, Charnwood Arts (May 2014).
Arts & Crafts Trail Leaflet, Leicestershire Promotions (2014). Tourist leaflet to build on interest in Stoneywell Cottage, a National Trust property designed by Leicester-born architect Ernest Gimson.
‘Listing’ and ‘Incumbent’ in Ghost Words of a Time Bound in Leather, Scribblers Inc (Aug 2014). Poetry.
December poem in On Clouds of Words: A Perpetual Diary, Createspace Independent Publishers, (Oct 2014). Poetry.
‘Christmas Presents’ and ‘Christmas Morning’ in: A Miscellany of Christmas Words: An anthology of poetry and prose, Scribblers Inc, (Dec 2014). Memoir.
Rama and Sita: the Story of Diwali, Timepiece Press (Oct 2015). Picture book text.
Words of Spring: A collection of poetry and prose, Scribblers Inc (Oct 2015).Poetry.
Informal Words: an anthology of writing, Scribblers Inc, (Nov 2015). Poetry.
Loughborough: the Makings of a Market Town, LU Radar Arts (Nov 2015).
Chapters in the History of Loughborough, (as editor), a transcribed and annotated edition of W G D Fletcher’s book on the history of Loughborough, first published in book-form in 1883, (December 2016). Non-fiction (history).
For the Fallen: We Shall Remember Them, Charnwood Centenary Great War Project (June 2017). Research, editing and copywriting, including a chapter on the setting up of The Instructional Factory, a munitions training facility which went on to become Loughborough University.
Songster: Loughborough’s Own War Horse, Loughborough Carillon Tower & War Memorial Museum (July 2018). Picture book text.
Webpage texts and blog posts for Loughborough History and Heritage Network (Dec 2014 to present.)
Discovering the Past, Europe of our Lives Digital Storytelling Project, Loughborough University, (March 2018). Film.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Europe of our Lives Digital Storytelling Project, Wroclaw, Poland (March 2019). Film
Make do and mend: a performance piece based on memories of Christmas collected from residents of Loughborough care homes who are suffering from dementia. Created for All Saints’ with Holy Trinity Church, Loughborough for the Mayor’s Annual Christmas Carol Service (December 2019). Audio text.