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Kit: Fashioning the Sporting Body – Introduction
This is an introductory essay for the editied collection entitled ‘Kit: Fashioning the Sporting Body’. As well as giving an overview of the six articles in the collection, the introduction seeks to give an overview of sport ...
‘Tri-ang Strong Toys’: Lines Brothers and British Motor Sport in the Inter-War Period
This article explores the confluence of British motor sport, toy car manufacture and leisure during the period from 1919 to 1939. Mass- production toy-making had been bound up with the manufacture of sporting and fancy ...
Olympism and Pastoralism in British Sporting Literature
(Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2015-07-30)
This chapter explores the pastoralism of early modern British sport, evident in the first printed texts in English. These processes accelerated from 1612 onwards, as versions of “Olimpick,” “Ho-Limpyc,” “Olympian,” and ...
the vanishing princess. Bess, 1936
(Litter magazine (Leafe Press), 2015-01)
Two poems from a series of poems about stage magic and illusions
From Sportswear to Leisurewear: The Evolution of English Football League Shirt Design in the Replica Kit Era.
The football shirt is of iconic significance, defining a club's visual identity through its role as sporting uniform and fan identifier, providing a canvas for commercial interactions and increasingly acting as the focus ...
(Paper Swans website, 2015-09-13)
poem in response to a photograph
(The Stare's Nest, 2015-07-21)
In the Tunnel
(Eyewear Publishing, 2015-12)
microfiction prompted by the refugee crisis
at the station of Montparnasse
(PN Review, 2015-01)
poem from a sequence about stage magic and illusion
(The Stare's Nest, 2015-01-15)