Albion Magazine is, in their own words, a  “not-for-profit, biannual, web-based magazine dedicated to exploring English culture and identity from a liberal, inclusive perspective.” Over the years, amidst their wonderful, high-quality content, they have been nice enough to publish some reviews by me:

August 2018: Writing Without Limits: Joan Aiken’s The Wolves of Willoughby Chase Series
January 2018: The Unstoppable Chintz
August 2017: A Garden in the Rubble: An Episode of Sparrows by Rumer Godden
February 2017: School Stories and Modern Children’s Fantasy: Two Points on a Continuum
July 2016: An Epistolary Anti-Heroine: Jane Austen’s Lady Susan adapted to the screen
February 2016: Fractured Visions: A New French-Canadian Production of 1984
August 2015: Conventions of Detective Fiction and the Reader’s Contract in Early Dorothy Sayers Novels
December 2014: The Sensual Versus the Ideological: Political Agency in Laurie Lee’s As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning