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ALBER, Jan and BELL, Alice (2019). The importance of being earnest again: Fact and fiction in contemporary narratives across media. European journal of English studies, 23 (2), 121-135.

BELL, Alice, ENSSLIN, Astrid, VAN DER BOM, Isabelle and SMITH, Jen (2019). A reader response method not just for ‘you’. Language and Literature.

ENSSLIN, Astrid, BELL, Alice, SMITH, Jen, VAN DER BOM, Isabelle and SKAINS, Lyle (2019). Immersion, digital fiction, and the switchboard metaphor. Participations, 16 (1), 320-342.

BELL, Alice (2019). Digital fictionality: possible worlds theory, ontology, and hyperlinks. In: BELL, Alice and RYAN, Marie-Laure, (eds.) Possible Worlds Theory and Contemporary Narratology. Frontiers of narrative series . Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press, 249-271.

BELL, Alice and RYAN, Marie-Laure, eds. (2019). Possible worlds theory and contemporary narratology. Frontiers of Narrative . Lincoln, University of Nebraska.

BELL, Alice and ENSSLIN, Astrid (2018). Digital fiction and unnatural narrative. In: DINNEN, Zara and WARHOL, Robyn, (eds.) The Edinburgh companion to contemporary narrative theories. Edinburgh companions to literature and the humanities . Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press.

BELL, Alice, ENSSLIN, Astrid, VAN DER BOM, Isabelle and SMITH, Jen (2018). Immersion in digital fiction. International Journal of Literary Linguistics, 7 (1).

BELL, Alice (2016). Interactional Metalepsis and Unnatural Narratology. Narrative, 24 (3), 294-310.

BELL, Alice (2016). ‘I felt like I’d stepped out of a different reality’: possible worlds theory, metalepsis and digital fiction. In: GAVINS, Joanna and LAHEY, Ernestine, (eds.) World Building: Discourse in the Mind. Advances in stylistics . Bloomsbury, 15-32.

BELL, Alice, ENSSLIN, Astrid and RUSTAD, Hans Kristian, eds. (2014). Analyzing digital fiction. Routledge Studies in Rhetoric and Stylistics, 5 . New York, Routledge.

BELL, Alice, ENSSLIN, Astrid and RUSTAD, Hans (2014). From theorizing to analyzing digital fiction. In: BELL, Alice, ENSSLIN, Astrid and RUSTAD, Hans Kristian, (eds.) Analyzing digital fiction. Routledge Studies in Rhetoric and Stylistics (5). New York, Routledge, 3-17.

BELL, Alice (2014). Media-specific metalepsis in 10:01. In: BELL, Alice, ENSSLIN, Astrid and RUSTAD, Hans Kristian, (eds.) Analyzing digital fiction. Routledge Studies in Rhetoric and Stylistics (5). New York, Routledge, 21-38.

BELL, Alice (2014). Schema theory, hypertext fiction and links. Style, 48 (2), 140-161.

BELL, Alice (2013). Unnatural narration in hypertext fiction. In: ALBER, Jan, SKOV NEILSON, Henkrik and RICHARDSON, Brian, (eds.) A poetics of unnatural narrative. Ohio State University Press, 185-198.

ENSSLIN, Astrid and BELL, Alice (2012). "Click = Kill": textual you in ludic digital fiction. Storyworlds, 4, 49-73.

BELL, Alice and ALBER, Jan (2012). Ontological Metalepsis and Unnatural Narratology. Journal of Narrative Theory, 42 (2), 166-192.

BELL, Alice and ENSSLIN, Astrid (2011). "I know what it was. You know what it was": Second-person narration in hypertext fiction. Narrative, 19 (3), 311-329.

BELL, Alice (2011). Ontological boundaries and conceptual leaps : the significance of possible worlds for hypertext fiction (and beyond). In: PAGE, Ruth and THOMAS, Bronwen, (eds.) New narratives : stories and storytelling in the digital age. Frontiers of narrative series . University of Nebraska Press, 63-82.

BELL, Alice, ENSSLIN, Astrid, CICCORICCO, David, RUSTAD, Hans, LACCETTI, Jess and PRESSMAN, Jessica (2010). A [S]creed for digital fiction. electronic book review.

BELL, Alice (2010). The possible worlds of hypertext fiction. Palgrave Macmillan.

BELL, A. (2007). "Do you want to hear about it?" Exploring possible worlds in Michael Joyce's Hyperfiction, afternoon, a story. In: STOCKWELL, P. and LAMBROU, M., (eds.) Contemporary stylistics. Continuum, 43-55.

ENSSLIN, Astrid and BELL, Alice (2007). New perspectives on digital literature: criticism and analysis. dichtung-digital.

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