Items where SHU Author is "Earnshaw, Steve"

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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. (In Press)

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

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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.

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

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

Book Section

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.

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.

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.

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.

Authored Book

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

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

Edited Book

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

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