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Researcher: Stinson, ES (Dr Emmett Stinson)

Fields of Research

Print culture
Australian literature (excl. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander literature)
British and Irish literature
North American literature
Creative writing (incl. scriptwriting)
Book history
Literary theory
Other European literature
Children's literature

Research Objectives

Printing and publishing processes
Publishing and print services

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Aggregating the Digital Distribution of Australian Small Publishers, 2010–14; Information, Medium & Society
And the winner isn’t: on the inherent stupidity of literary prizes
Australian Literary Journals and the Postcolonial Cultural Cringe; Publishing Means Business
Autonomy, Difficulty, and the Work of Literature in Wyndham Lewis's Tarr and Andre Gide's the Counterfeiters; Modernist Work Labor, Aesthetics, and the Work of Art
Bad Readers; Overland
Banning Islamic Books in Australia. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press; Melbourne University Publishing Ltd
By the Book? Contemporary Publishing in Australia; Monash University Publishing
Crime fiction in the marketplace; The Routledge Companion to Crime Fiction
Difficult literature on Goodreads: reading Alexis Wright's The Swan Book; Textual Practice: An International Journal of Radical Literary Studies
Emmett Stinson on Cultural Cringe: In the Same Boat
Emmett Stinson on Max Easton: Minor Threats
Essentially Counterfeit: The Abyss of False Bottoms in Wyndham Lewis's The Revenge for Love; Antithesis
Evan Dara; The Encyclopedia of Contemporary American Fiction: 1980 - 2020
Friday essay: the remarkable, prize-winning rise of our small publishers
Gerald Murnane: one of Australia's greatest writers you may never have heard of
Gilbert Sorrentino; The Encyclopedia of Contemporary American Fiction 1980–2020
How nice is too nice? Australian book reviews and the 'compliment sandwich'; Australian Humanities Review
In the Same Boat: Transnationalism, Australian Short Fiction, and the New Cultural Cringe; By the Book? Contemporary Publishing in Australia
Is It Fundable? Satin Island by Tom McCarthy
Known Unknowns
Last Letter to a Reader by Gerald Murnane review – an elegiac but cantankerous swan song
Late Recognition: The Letters of William Gaddis
Literary and Cultural Contexts: Major Figures, Institutions, Topics, Events; The Modernism Handbook
Literary criticism in Australia; The Routledge companion to Australian literature
Little magazines in the Digital Sphere; Creating Space in the Fifth Estate
Murnane; Melbourne University Press/The Miegunyah Press
Post-Digital Publishing: an Introduction; THE RETURN OF PRINT? Contemporary Australian Publishing
Protect Australian Stories! The campaign against PIR reform
Publishing the Australian Novel; The Cambridge Companion to the Australian Novel
Quiet Conversations in a Very Noisy Room: Tilting at Windmills
Reading regimes, orality and code: VilémFlusser’s Does writing have a future?; Digital Culture & Education
Remote Viewing: A Million Windows by Gerald Murnane
Retrospective Intention: The Implied Author and the Coherence of the Oeuvre in Border Districts and The Plains; Gerald Murnane: Another World in this One
Satire; The Oxford Encyclopedia of Literary Theory
Satirizing Modernism: Aesthetic Autonomy, Romanticism, and the Avant-Garde; Bloomsbury
Short story collections, cultural value, and the Australian market for books; Australian Humanities Review
Small Publishers and Literary Prizes; THE RETURN OF PRINT? Contemporary Australian Publishing
Small publishers and the emerging network of Australian literary; Australian Humanities Review
Small Publishers, Symbolic Capital and Australian Literary Prizes; Book Publishing in Australia: a Living Legacy
The Economics of the Literary Novel; The Cambridge History of the Australian Novel
The Ethics of Evaluation
The Miles Franklin and the small press
The open access shift at UWA Publishing is an experiment doomed to fail
The Pirate Code: Piracy and Digital Publishing; Overland
THE RETURN OF PRINT? Contemporary Australian Publishing; Monash University Publishing
The Vortex as Ontology in The Apes of God: Self-Reflexive Satire and Apophaticism; The Journal of Wyndham Lewis Studies
The work of art as paradigm: Giorgio Agamben and the relationship between knowledge and the creative arts; New scholar : an international journal of the humanities, creative arts and social sciences
The ‘exploded non-fiction novel’: Michael Winkler’s Grimmish
Vanity Fair: Why Publishers Need to Start Taking Self-Publishing Seriously; Overland
Vulgar rhetoric
What I’m Reading
Whose Byline Is It Anyway?
Wyndham Lewis's cosmopolitanism: on historicity and modernist studies; Affirmations: of the Modern

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision