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Chapman, Jane (2014) Unspoken violence: redefining of cultural record, 1914-18. In: Comics Forum 2014, 13-14 November, Leeds.

Chapman, Jane and Ellin, Dan (2015) Dominion cartoon satire as trench culture narratives: complaints, endurance and stoicism. In: The British Empire and the First World War. Routledge. ISBN 9781138932197

Chapman, Jane and Ellin, Dan and Sherif, Adam (2015) Comics, the Holocaust and Hiroshima. The Holocaust and its Contexts . Palgrave Pivot, Basingstoke. ISBN 9781137407238

Chapman, Jane and Hoyles, Anna and Kerr, Andrew and Sherif, Adam (2015) Comics and the world wars: a cultural record. Palgrave Studies in the History of the Media . Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. ISBN 9781137273710

Cheshire, Jim (2010) Gustave Doré's illustrations to Idylls of the king and Anglo-French politics. In: Poetry Politics and Pictures in the Nineteenth Century, 26-27 March 2010, University of Sheffield.

Cheshire, Jim (2017) Tennyson and mid-Victorian publishing: Moxon, poetry, commerce. Palgrave Macmillan, London. ISBN 9781137338143, 9781137338150

Cheshire, Jim (2009) Tennyson transformed. [Event, Show or Exhibition]

Cheshire, Jim (2012) The fall of the house of Moxon: James Bertrand Payne and the Illustrated Idylls of the King. Victorian Poetry, 50 (1). pp. 67-90. ISSN 0042-5206

Cheshire, Jim (2012) The poet and his publishers: shaping Tennyson's public image. In: From compositors to collectors: essays on book trade history. British Library, London, pp. 109-132. ISBN 0712358722

Cheshire, Jim and Lord, John and Ford, Colin and Ormond, Leonee and Stoker, Ben and Thomas, Julia (2009) Tennyson transformed: Alfred Lord Tennyson and visual culture. Lund Humphries, London. ISBN 1848220030

Cooper, Graham (2013) Royal and Derngate theatre presents: His Dark Materials. [Event, Show or Exhibition]

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Dapre, Alan and Peterson, Zig (2002) Brum and naughty dog. Hodder Children's Books, London. ISBN 9780340866528

Diss, Darren (2011) Bad Apple. [Artefact]

Diss, Darren (2009) Goof proof [Images 33: the best of contemporary illustration - exhibition]. [Event, Show or Exhibition]

Diss, Darren (2011) Happy radio. [Artefact]

Diss, Darren (2004) [Illustration for article] Ancient ruins and pagan temples by Peter Kinsella. The Edge, 16 . ISSN 1753-2183

Diss, Darren (2007) [Illustration for article] Dutch disposal by Arjen Kok. Museums Journal, 107 (3). p. 16. ISSN 0027-416x

Diss, Darren (2006) [Illustration for article] Share and share alike by Christina Folkard. Museums Journal, 106 (6). pp. 38-39. ISSN 0027-416x

Diss, Darren (2005) [Illustration for article] Summer foods. Fabric Magazine . ISSN UNSPECIFIED

Diss, Darren (2004) [Illustration for article] The shepherds of Arcady? You'll find them down at the internet cafe ... by Stephen Bayley. [Image]

Diss, Darren (2012) The Independent works. [Event, Show or Exhibition]

Diss, Darren (2007) Long nose liar [and] Ships that pass. In: Freistil: best of European commercial illustration. Best of European commercial illustration (3). Hermann Schmidt, Mainz, pp. 120-121. ISBN 9783874397162

Diss, Darren (2007) Ships that pass [and] Kiss on the lips. In: Images 31: The best of British contemporary illustration 2007. Best of British contemporary illustration (31). Association of Illustrators, London, p. 190. ISBN 9780951544891

Diss, Darren (2010) Silent witnesses: graphic novels without words. [Event, Show or Exhibition]

Diss, Darren (2010) Spout. [Artefact]

Diss, Darren (2010) Target. [Artefact]

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Eastwood, Phil (2015) Culture of seduction / the seduction of culture. [Event, Show or Exhibition]

Eastwood, Phil and Dunne, Chris (2013) Art, politics and the pamphleteer: Radical Aesthetics Radical Art (RaRa). [Event, Show or Exhibition]

Eastwood, Phil and Dunne, Chris (2013) Performance print situation no. 4: post haste. [Event, Show or Exhibition]

Eastwood, Phil and Dunne, Chris (2017) Post truth post haste. In: POST TRUTH POST HASTE, 8 March 2017, University of Wolverhampton.

Eastwood, Phil and Dunne, Chris and Fowler, Stephen (2017) Pamphlet day. In: Pamphlet day: Political Protest pamphlet Event and Public Workshop, 27 May 2017, Loughborough Public Library, Granby Street, Loughborough, LE11 3DZ, UK..

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Field, Hannah (2013) Wonderful accidents. Oxonian Review of Books . ISSN 1756-3909

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Goffin, Jeremy (2018) Streams of consciousness. [Project]

Goffin, Jeremy (2015) Swell 2. [Artefact]

Goffin, Jeremy and Taylor, Lewis (2016) Backwash. Back Wash (1). pp. 144-145. ISSN 2059-8459

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Hayes, Nancy M. and MacLellan, Tamar and Wood, Philippa (2007) The shiny little house. Zed Said, North Shields. ISBN 0955104912

Healey, Michael (1975) Tothan. Glasgow University,, Glasgow University, Celtic Studies. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Hudson, John (2001) Open Drawing Cheltenham 2000 at the EICH Gallery, Kingston upon Hull. Culture Wars . ISSN UNSPECIFIED

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Kolakowski, Marcin (2015) Four cathedrals. [Image]

Kolakowski, Marcin (2014) Three tools - one hand [triptych]. [Image]

Kolakowski, Marcin (2013) Travel sketches. [Image]

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Mason, Alan and Mason, Alan and Tullett, Barrie (2011) The magazine: January. [Artefact]

Mason, Alan and Tullett, Barrie (2015) The Magazine: February. [Artefact]

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Parry, Ilsa (2014) Metamorphosis, ten years of divergent design practice transformed. Design Journeys, 1 (1). Blurb Books, London. ISBN 13201339087

Peacock, Brian (2009) Illustrations from Lucky Hans and other Merz Fairy Tales by Kurt Schwitters. [Event, Show or Exhibition]

Peacock, Brian and Higham, Joe and Baudoux, Roald and Tullett, Barrie and Reekie, David (2009) Merzbox. [Event, Show or Exhibition]

Peacock, Irvine (2003) Dragon girl. Meiklejohn Graphics, London.

Peacock, Irvine (2011) Ramalamabim. [Artefact]

Pemberton, Howard (1983) Reader's Digest family medical adviser. In: Reader's Digest family medical advisor. Readers Digest Association, pp. 116-169. ISBN 9780276002403

Pemberton, Howard and Stoppard, Miriam (1980) The face and body book. In: The Face and Body Book. Frances Lincoln Publishers Limited, UK. ISBN 0711200726

Plowman, John and Griffin, Barbara and Dunne, Chris and Bartram, Angela and Bracey, Andrew and Gittens, Douglas and Griffin, Barbara and Morrad, Annie and O'Hana, Sarah and Healey, Michael and Marquez, Carlos and Plowman, John and Shepley, Alec and Temple, Nicholas and Wright, Richard (2010) The moment of privacy has passed. [Event, Show or Exhibition]

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Robinson, Glen (2009) Decor–active decadent stupidity. In: Very funny! +rosebud magazine no. 7. Verlag für moderne Kunst Nürnberg / Rosebud Inc., pp. 206-220. ISBN 9783941185746

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Schwitters, Kurt and Zipes, Jack and Peacock, Irvine (2009) Lucky Hans and other Merz fairy tales. Princeton University Press. ISBN 9780691139678

Stocker, John (2010) Collage book 3. [Artefact]

Stocker, John (2011) Little Lexicon. [Artefact]

Stocker, John (2015) Sleep: video. [Video]

Stocker, John (2016) Sonic spaces. [Image]

Stocker, John (2015) Teatime. [Image]

Stocker, John (2015) The mariner. [Image]

Stoppard, Miriam and Pemberton, Howard (1989) The first weeks of life. Dorling Kindersley Limited, London. ISBN 9780863183515

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Tullett, Barrie (2016) Typewriter art and The Caseroom Press. In: Lecture and Workshop, October 2016, Northumbria.

Tullett, Barrie (2016) The most ambitious book we've never published. In: Artists’ BookMarket, 27 - 28 Feb 2016, Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh.

Tullett, Barrie and Dowling, John and Simpson, Jodi (2014) Typewriter art: a modern anthology. Laurence King, London. ISBN 9781780673479

Tullett, Barrie and Mason, Robert and Pollock, Ian (2013) Other people's dogs. [Artefact]

Tullett, Barrie and Peacock, Brian and Zipes, Jack (2011) The MerzBox catalogue. [Artefact]

Tullett, Barrie and Tullett, Barrie (2010) By leaves we live: a talk about the typographic Dante. In: A Typographic Dante, 25th September 2010, The Scottish Poetry Library.

Tullett, Barrie and Wood, Philippa and Marinetti, Filippo Tommaso and Werkman, Hendrik Nicolaas and Cage, John and Ting, Walasse and Bui, Antonius and McDonough, Dylan and Hagner, Dirk and Crawford, Allen and Bunsas, Bianca and Inclusus, Herman and Antônio, Pedro and Anhorn, Gabriel and Lehrer, Warren and Picabia, Francis and Lionni, Leo and Massin, Robert and Kalman, Maira and Leach, Molly and Sharpe, Stuart and Hannah, Jonny and Hingston, Tom and Blegvad, Peter and Swainson, Andrew and King, Patrick and Scher, Paula and Soleri, Paulo and Drucker, Johanna and Eckersley, Richard and Hendrix, John and Seiffert, Isabel and Fosberg, Lora and Rosenwald, Laurie and Passafiume, John and Reeve, Nick and Cohen, Natali and Vought, Annie and Summerford, Jack and Munday, Oliver and Sewell, Carolyn and Sayer, Alida and Spanier, Ariane and Rea, Brian and Patrick, Daniel and Goodman, Timothy and Eckersley, Rogers and Zlatkov, Kiril and Winston, Sam and Sena, Damián and Mazali Pilar, Hermes and Bergez, González and Depero, Fortunato and Kent, Corita and Bantjes, Marian and Costa, Cyla and Morcos, Wael and Heath, Ebon and Butler, Angie and Diesel, Chank and Ulku, Anne and Bagdonas, Brian Scott and Clarke, Jamie and Permenter, Jason and Munari, Bruno and Cumptich, Roberto de Vicq de and MacDonald, Ross and Glaser, Milton and Glaser, Shirley (2017) Type tells tales. Thames & Hudson, London, pp. 34-37. ISBN 9780500420577

Tullett, Barrie and Zipes, Jack and Cockburn, Ken and Gauld, Tom and Mills, Russell and Pemberton, Howard and Hutcheson, James and Melin, Hanna and Ladlow, Sara and Torjanac, Tomislav and Grandfield, Geoff and Maclellan, Tamar and Jackson, Paul and Schofield, David and Donaldson, Timothy and McGowan, Alan and Mason, Robert and Davies, Simon and Dalziel, Jim and Ogg, Eileen and Homann, Melanie and Zeegen, Lawrence and Mason, Alan and Coulson, Hannah and Diss, Darren and Brown, John and Kugler, Olivier and Leishman, Donna and Peacock, Diane and Williamson, Alex and Singer, Sharon and Posti, Pietari and Sheldon, Felicity and Calder, Jill and Kirkham, Michael and Jones, Alys and Holwill, Donald and May, Betony and Ditner, Jillian and Oliver, Jamie and Toulouse, Sophie and Neill, Gary and Khan, Drew and Leuzinger, Katharina and Holwill, Naomi and Tullett, Jantze and Evans, Melvyn and Lettere, Carmelo and Gibbs, Joanna and Mitchell, Charles and Plater, Mat and Arkle, Peter and Peacock, Irvine and Moser, Barry and Gibbs, Jonathan and Collins, Brigid and Moon, Jonathan and Brennan, Gordon and Gephart, Matthias and Manning, Natalie and Ogilvie, Sara and Faithfull, David and Redford, Fiona (2016) Utopian tales. [Artefact]

Tullett, Jantze (2014) Drawings and prints. [Event, Show or Exhibition]

Tullett, Jantze (2012) Journal of Cultural History. [Image]

Tullett, Jantze (2014) Observations: ornithology. Observations, 1 (2). The Caseroom Press, Lincoln. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

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Wood, Philippa and MacLellan, Tamar (2011) Five go on and on... [Artefact]

Wood, Philippa and MacLellan, Tamar (2012) Mr Craggs' leftover type [artists' book]. [Artefact]

Wood, Philippa and MacLellan, Tamar (2007) Tea & cakes. [Artefact]

Wood, Philippa and MacLellan, Tamar (2011) Tea and cake [second edition]. [Artefact]

Wood, Philippa and MacLellan, Tamar (2015) The collection 3: Dress up Dawn. [Artefact]

Wood, Philippa and Peacock, Brian (2011) The good man. [Artefact]

Wood, Philippa and Peacock, Brian and Tullett, Barrie (2012) The Caseroom Press and Kurt Schwitter's Merz Fairy Tales. [Event, Show or Exhibition]

Wood, Philippa and Tullett, Barrie and Peacock, Brian (2012) The Caseroom Press [at Leeds College of Art]. [Event, Show or Exhibition]

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