Antonin Artaud (2022) Abingdon: Routledge. Part of the Performance Practitioners Series.

Walking Networks: The Development of an Artistic Medium (2020) London: Rowman and Littlefield International. Part of the Radical Cultural Studies series.

Peer Reviewed Articles:

‘Walking and the art of invitation 5 notes and 3 invitations’ (2023) Irish Journal of Sociology, 31(1), 12–14.

‘Introduction: Walking in the Digital City’ (2021) Streetnotes, Volume 27, pp. 1-8. doi: 10.5070/S527053476. Co-authored with Claudia Brazzale.

Pedestrian Provocations: Manifesting an Accessible Future’ (2019) Global Performance Studies 2.2. Co-authored with Morag Rose.

‘The Walking Institute: a reflexive approach to tourism’ (2018) International Journal of Tourism Cities, 4(3), pp. 316-329. doi: 10.1108/IJTC-11-2017-0060.

‘The Walking Library: Relating the Landscape’ (2017) Green Letters: Studies in Ecocriticism, Special Issue: Traversing the Field – Walking and Scottish Landscapes, Iss. 21, Vol. 3.

Other Articles:

Slow Marathon 2018: Creating New Narratives through a Walk at a Distance’ (2018) Deveron Projects, Research Zone.

‘Walking Home: Former Fresnans in the Memory Palace’ (2018) Livingmaps Review, Vol. 4.

The Artistic Medium of Walking (In Defence of Medium Specificity)’ (2018) Interartive, Special Issue: Walking Art/Walking Aesthetics.

Book Chapters:

‘Former Fresnans: Mapping Home through a Memory Palace’ (2021) in Phil Cohen and Mike Duggan (eds.) New Directions in Radical Cartography. London: Rowman and Littlefield International.

‘The artistic medium of walking: a model for reflexive tourism - the memory is the medium – tourism, walking and art’ (2020), in Alastair M. Morrison and J. Andres Coca-Stefaniak (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Tourism Cities. London: Routledge.

‘Hamish Fulton: Opportunities for Storytelling’ (2019),  in Betty Lefevre, Pascal Roland and Magali Sizorn (eds.) Danser la Rue. Rouen: Presses Universitaires de Rouen et du Havre.

‘Walking with a Beard’ (2018) in Clare Qualmann & Clare Hind (eds.) Ways to Wander the Gallery. Axminster: Triarchy Press.

‘Google Walk’ (2015) in Clare Qualmann & Clare Hind (eds.) Ways to Wander. Axminster: Triarchy Press.

Book Reviews:

Nuno Sacramento and Brett Bloom: Deep Mapping - Applicable Tactics from a Specific Territory (2018) in Livingmaps Review, Vol. 5.

Karen O’Rourke: Walking and Mapping - ‘Mapping the Field: An Atlas of Walking Arts’ (2017) in ‘Book Reviews’, Transfers, Iss. 1 Vol. 7.

Conference Papers:

‘These Roads Aren’t Made for Walking: Blake and Debbie Play the A Game’ (2019) Walking’s New Movement, University of Plymouth, UK. Co-authored with Debbie Kent.

‘Wandering Together at a Distance’ (2018) Geographical Landscapes/changing landscapes, Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference, Cardiff.

‘The Radical Romanticism of the Walking Library’ (2017) Radical Walking: protest, dissent, and crossing urban boundaries, Senate House Library, London.

‘Hubs of Resonance: Walking and Mapping with Memory Palaces’ (2017) Making the Landscape Sing: walking the map and mapping the walk, Living Maps Seminar, London.

‘The Walking Library: Relating the Landscape’ (2016) Traversing the Field: An Interdisciplinary Symposium on Walking and Thinking in Scottish Landscapes, University of Dundee, Scotland.

‘Walking the Archive’ (2015) Performing the Archive, NUI Galway, Ireland.

‘The Walk as Point of Exchange: Local Practice in a Global Context’ (2015) Where To? Steps Towards the Future of Walking Arts, Falmouth University, UK.

‘The Walk Study Training Course’ (2015) Step by Step: An Interdisciplinary Seminar Series, University of East London, UK.

‘Hamish Fulton and Deveron Arts: Walking as a Transversal Tool’ (2014) Of the Earth, University of Plymouth, UK.

‘Hamish Fulton: The Movement of the Medium’ (2014) The street as a choreographic space: receptions, participations, transformations, University of Rouen, France.