Items where SHU Author is "Earnshaw, Steve"

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EARNSHAW, Steve (2018). ^ Cat. Queen Mob's Teahouse.

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EARNSHAW, Steve (2018). Rats! Matter 2018. (In Press)

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EARNSHAW, Steven (2017). Wooden Leg. [Image]

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EARNSHAW, Steven (2017). Beiwelt. Otoliths, 46 (August). (In Press)

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SKELTON, Stella Felicity Barbara (2016). The afterlife of survival: a thematic guide to contemporary Canadian short fiction. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University.

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EARNSHAW, Steven (2016). The Water. Thrice Fiction, 17, 43-44.

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EARNSHAW, Steve (2016). Tiny Guns. Lackington's Magazine, 10, 37-46.

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EARNSHAW, Steven (2016). Habitual Drunkards and Metaphysics : Four Case Studies from the Victorian Period. The Social History of Alcohol and Drugs, 28 (2), 143-160.

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EARNSHAW, Steven (2016). Whatever happened to reusable prophylactics? Butcher's Dog, 7.

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EARNSHAW, Steven (2016). Memory Clinic. London, Roman Books. (In Press)

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EARNSHAW, Steve (2016). Not Really. Quarterly West, 87.

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EARNSHAW, Steve (2015). Charlotte Brontë’s fictional epistles. Brontë Studies, 40 (3), 201-214.

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EARNSHAW, Steve (2015). The Whale of Penlan Tork. Lackington's Magazine (6).

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EARNSHAW, Steve (2015). Scar. The Wrong Quarterly, 2, 15-20.

EARNSHAW, Steven (2015). Drink, dissolution, antibiography: the existential drinker. In: HAILWOOD, Mark and TONER, Deborah, (eds.) Biographies of Drink. Newcastle upon Tyne, Cambridge Scholars Press, 204-222.

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SHIMWELL, Emily Erica. (2015). An enquiry into the appropriation of the Byronic hero in Brontë fiction. Masters, Sheffield Hallam University (United Kingdom)..

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JACKSON, Andrew Buchanan. (2015). The polar sublime in contemporary poetry of Arctic and Antarctic exploration. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University (United Kingdom)..

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EARNSHAW, Steven (2014). Iconoclasm of Modern Funeral Vignettes. The Squawkback, 128.

EARNSHAW, Steve, ed. (2014). The Handbook of creative writing, 2nd edition. Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press.

MILNE, John (2014). How to be a writer. In: EARNSHAW, Steve, (ed.) The handbook of creative writing: Second edition. Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 401-406.

EARNSHAW, Steve (2014). Introduction. In: EARNSHAW, Steve, (ed.) The handbook of creative writing: Second edition. Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 1-7.

HARRIS, Michael (2014). Introduction to scriptwriting. In: EARNSHAW, Steve, (ed.) The handbook of creative writing: Second edition. Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 251-262.

ROGERS, Jane (2014). Introduction to the novel. In: EARNSHAW, Steve, (ed.) The handbook of creative writing: Second edition. Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 116-125.

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MILES, Neil R. (2014). Negotiations between public and private realms in British writing of the 1930s. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University (United Kingdom)..

HARRIS, Michael (2014). Writing for radio. In: EARNSHAW, Steve, (ed.) The handbook of creative writing: Second edition. Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 273-281.

MILNE, John (2014). Writing for television - UK differences. In: EARNSHAW, Steve, (ed.) The handbook of creative writing: Second edition. Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 291-292.

EARNSHAW, Steve (2014). The writer as artist. In: EARNSHAW, Steve, (ed.) The handbook of creative writing: Second edition. Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 65-77.

EARNSHAW, Steve (2013). Creative writing and “the lash of criticism". In: HARPER, Graeme, (ed.) A companion to creative writing. Chichester, Wiley-Blackwell, 213-228.

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FRANKEL, Hazel (2013). David Fram: Lithuanian Yiddish Poet of the South African Diaspora and Illuminating Love. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University.

EARNSHAW, Steve (2012). “Give me my name”: naming and identity in and around Jane Eyre. Brontë Studies, 7 (3), 174-189.

EARNSHAW, Steve (2012). 'Men couldn't imagine women's lives': teaching gender and creative writing. In: FERREBE, Alice and TOLAN, Fiona, (eds.) Teaching gender. Teaching the new English . Palgrave Macmillan, 83-101.

EARNSHAW, Steve (2011). Why Eliot killed Lydgate: 'joyful cruelty' in Middlemarch. In: MOUSLEY, Andy, (ed.) Towards a new literary humanism. Palgrave Macmillan.

EARNSHAW, Steve (2010). Beginning realism. Beginnings . Manchester, Manchester University Press.

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