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Article

Phelan, James Blackwell and Ward, Kiron (2018) Encyclopedia Joyce: on being very big. James Joyce Quarterly. ISSN 0021-4183 (Accepted)

Ward, Kiron (2018) Paradise and the periphery: the new Bloomusalem and Bloom cottage. James Joyce Quarterly. ISSN 0021-4183 (Accepted)

Ward, Kiron (2016) [Review] Ignacio López-Calvo, ed. (2015) Roberto Bolaño, a less distant star: critical essays. Textual Practice. ISSN 0950-236X

Ward, Kiron (2015) [Review] Rebecca Tillett, ed. (2014) Howling for justice: new perspectives on Leslie Marmon Silko’s Almanac of the dead. Excursions, 6 (1). ISSN 2044-4095

Ward, Kiron (2015) Latinidad in Austin, TX. The SALSA Collective.

Ward, Kiron (2015) Roberto Bolaño's fiction: An expanding universe; David Foster Wallace and ‘The long thing’: new essays on the novels; The Maximalist novel: from Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's rainbow to Roberto Bolaño's 2666. Textual Practice. pp. 1-9. ISSN 0950-236X

Ward, Kiron (2014) Review of the tenth annual ‘Wikimania’ conference. U.S. Studies Online.

Book Section

Da Cunha Lewin, Katherine and Ward, Kiron (2018) A trick of the light: Don DeLillo in the 21st Century. In: Da Cunha Lewin, Katherine and Ward, Kiron (eds.) Don DeLillo: contemporary critical perspectives. Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 1-16. ISBN 9781350040878

Ward, Kiron (2015) Leslie Marmon Silko’s Almanac of the Dead and the end of the ‘New World’. In: Erkal, Melis Mulazimoglu (ed.) Apocalypse Revisited: A Critical Study on End Times. Inter-Disciplinary Press. ISBN 9781848883406

Edited Book

Da Cunha Lewin, Katherine and Ward, Kiron, eds. Don DeLillo: contemporary critical perspectives. Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN 9781350040878 (Accepted)

Edited Special Journal Issue

Phelan, James Blackwell and Ward, Kiron, eds. (2018) Special Issue: Encyclopedia Joyce. James Joyce Quarterly. ISSN 0021-4183 (Accepted)

Thesis

Ward, Kiron (2017) Fictional encyclopaedism in James Joyce, Leslie Marmon Silko, and Roberto Bolaño: towards a theory of literary totality. Doctoral thesis (PhD), University of Sussex.

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