Monographs and Edited Collections
Young, Emma and James Bailey (eds.) British Women Short Story Writers: New Woman to Now. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2015.
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
Young, Emma, ‘Feminist F(r)iction? Short Stories and Feminist Politics at the Millennial Moment’ in British Women Short Story Writers: New Woman to Now ed. by Young and Bailey (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2015)
Young, Emma and James Bailey, ‘Introduction’ in British Women Short Story Writers: New Woman to Now ed. by Young and Bailey Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2015)
Young, Emma, ‘“Annihilate but space and time, And make two lovers happy”: National Homelands and Lesbian Relationships in Emma Donoghue’s Landing’, Peer English. 9 (2014): 108-121.
Young, Emma, ‘No Place like Home: Re-writing “Home” and Re-locating Lesbianism in Emma Donoghue’s Stir-Fry (1994) and Hood (1995)’ Journal of International Women’s Studies: Special Issue. 14:4 (2013): 5-18.
Selected Conference Presentations and Invited Lectures
April 2016 [Invited Speaker] Plenary Lecture: ‘Tales of Femininity and Sexuality: Competing Discourses and the Negotiation of Feminisms Today’. International Seminar: Gender and Short Fiction: Women's Tales in Contemporary Britain University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
June 2014 ‘Bursting Brevity with Saturated Worlds: Virginia Woolf and the Short Story’s Moment’, 24th Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf: Writing the World, Loyola University Chicago.
May 2014 [Invited Speaker] ‘Public Engagement and Contemporary Women’s Writing’, Creating New Audiences for Contemporary Women’s Writing, AHRC-funded CWW Skills Training Programme, University of Brighton (co-delivered with Professor Gina Wisker and Professor Lucie Armitt).
March 2014 ‘Literary Lolitas/ Defiled Dolls: Adolescent Prostitution in Twenty-First Century Women’s Writing’, Literary Dolls: The Female Textual Body from the 19th Century to Now, Durham University (co-presenter Claire O’Callaghan)
June 2013 ‘Moments of Masculinity: History, Crisis and Identity in Rose Tremain’s Short Stories’, International Conference on Narrative 2013, Manchester Metropolitan University.