I am an experienced editor and author. I have written and edited works of non-fiction for major publishers, with a particular focus on history, art, literature, dance and performance. These works include Reinventing the Renaissance: Shakespeare and his Contemporaries in Adaptation and Performance (2013, Palgrave Macmillan), The Oxford Handbook of Shakespeare and Dance (2019, Oxford University Press) and Dance and the Static Image (forthcoming from Bloomsbury).
With over ten years' experience in academia and publishing, I am currently the editor of two journals: The Journal of the Northern Renaissance, which publishes a range of historical writing, and Reinvention, the University of Warwick's undergraduate and interdisciplinary research journal. As a professor of English Literature and a PhD-qualified researcher, I have reviewed book proposals and journal articles for Oxford University Press, Taylor & Francis and SAGE amongst others.
I am friendly, approachable and sensitive to authors’ needs. I understand how it feels to receive editorial advice and enjoy working collaboratively. I am excited to discover new writing and support writers at every stage of the process. Do get in touch. I'd love to help!
I have taught Creative Writing and English Literature at BA, MA and PhD level. I've worked with students on writing projects across diverse genres, including literary criticism, children's and YA fiction, poetry, environmental writing, fantasy literature, crime fiction and historical fiction. I am also a successful editor and researcher, publishing journal articles and critical studies for major publishers such as Oxford University Press, Palgrave Macmillan, Routledge and Bloomsbury.
This book analyzes the consequences of the accession of James I in 1603 for English and British history, politics, literature and culture. Questioning the extent to which 1603 marked a radical break with the past, the book explores the Scottish, Welsh, and wider European and colonial contexts, to this crucial date in history.
A Familiar Compound Ghost explores the relationship between allusion and the uncanny in literature. An unexpected echo or quotation in a new text can be compared to the sudden appearance of a ghost or mysterious double, the reanimation of a corpse, or the discovery of an ancient ruin hidden in a modern city. In this scholarly and suggestive study, Brown identifies moments where this affinity b... read more
Considered a notorious subset of horror in the 1970s and 1980s, there has been a massive revitalization and diversification of rape-revenge in recent years. This book analyzes the politics, ethics, and affects at play in the filmic construction of rape and its responses.
The Routledge International Handbook of Charisma provides an unprecedented multidimensional and multidisciplinary comparative analysis of the phenomenon of charisma – first defined by Max Weber as the irrational bond between deified leader and submissive follower. It includes broad overviews of foundational theories and experiences of charisma and of associated key issues and themes. Contribut... read more
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A senior commissioning editor and content developer with ten years of experience in professional, educational and trade publishing.