Forthcoming, book: She’s At The Controls: Sound Engineering, Production and Gender Ventriloquism in the 21st Century
- Chapter: Danger, Anger and Noise: the women punks for the late 1970s and their music in The Oxford Handbook of Punk Rock, edited by Gina Arnold and George McKay https://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/view/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190859565.001.0001/oxfordhb-9780190859565-e-5
- Article: Space to Play: the sound of British female punk music, and its engagement with reggae in the 1970s in Popular Music History https://journals.equinoxpub.com/PMH/article/view/39477/38786
- Documentary film: Stories from the She-Punks: music with a different agenda co-production with Gina Birch
British Library Screening 10th June 2016
- Article: Gender ‘Ventriloquism’ in Studio Production in IASPM Gender issue, edited by Sarah Raine and Catherine Strong http://www.iaspm.net/iaspm-journal-gender-politics-in-the-music-industry/
- Chapter: Détournement and Female Punk Bands of the 1970s: chapter in Rethinking Difference in Gender, Sexuality, and Popular Music in Theory and Politics of Ambiguity, edited by Gavin Lee. London and New York: Routledge
- Chapter: The Political Pioneers of Punk: just don’t mention the f-word n The Aesthetics of Our Anger: anarcho punk, politics and music edited by Mike Dines and Matthew Worley. Colchester. New York, Port Watson: Minor Compositions
- Chapter: Entrepreneurship and Music Technology Practitioners
in Music Entrepreneurship edited by Allan Dumbreck and Gayle MacPherson. London: Bloomsbury Methuen
- The Lost Women of Rock Music: female musicians of the Punk Era, Sheffield: Equinox
- Chapter: Hands off my Instrument!
in Music, Power, Politics ed. Annie Randall. London: Routledge
- Chapter: Lady Punks in Bands: a Subculturette?
in The Post Subcultures Reader eds. David Muggleton and Rupert Heinzl. London: Berg