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Owen, Tomos 2018. Shibboleth: for Dylan Thomas. In: Smith, Kieron and Barfoot, Rhian eds. Dylan Thomas: New Critical Perspectives,, Cardiff: University of Wales Press,

Owen, Tomos 2017. Foreword. Rhys Davies Selected Stories, Cardigan: Parthian,

Owen, Tomos 2016. How sweet was my valley: Willy Wonka and the Welsh industrial novel. In: Walford Davies, Damian ed. Roald Dahl: Wales of the Unexpected, Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp. 27-50.

Owen, Tomos 2016. Gwlad Pwy? Meddiannu Cefn Glwad Cymru. O'r Pedwar Gwynt 1 , pp. 30-31.

Owen, Tomos 2015. Alun Richards, Carwyn (Cardigan: Parthian, 2015) [Book Review]. Planet: the Welsh Internationalist 219

Owen, Tomos 2014. Tony Murray, London Irish Fictions: Narrative, Diaspora and Identity, Liverpool University Press, 2012 [Book Review]. Literature and History 23 (1) , pp. 101-103. 10.7227/LH.23.1.5

Owen, Tomos 2013. Afterword. The Autobiography of a Super-Tramp by W. H. Davies, Cardigan: Parthian, pp. 289-299.

Owen, Tomos 2012. From slum to Capel Sion: the early fiction of Caradoc Evans and the prehistory of 'Anglo-Welsh Literature'. In: Gramich, Katie ed. Almanac: Yearbook of Welsh Writing in English, Vol. 16. Cardigan, Wales, United Kingdom: Parthian, pp. 121-150.

Owen, Tomos 2012. Penny Thomas and Stephanie Tillotson, eds, All Shall Be Well: 25 at 25: A quarter of a century's great writing from the women of Wales (Dinas Powys: Honno, 2012) [Book Review]. New Welsh Review

Owen, Tomos 2012. Tessa Hadley, Married Love (London: Jonathan Cape, 2012) [Book Review]. New Welsh Review

Owen, Tomos, ed. 2011. Memorable firsts. Cardigan: Parthian.

Owen, Tomos Llywelyn 2011. London-Welsh writing 1890-1915: Ernest Rhys, Arthur Machen, W.H. Davies, and Caradoc Evans. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Owen, Tomos 2010. Notes on the Text and Biography. The Great God Pan, The Shining Pyramid and The White People, Cardigan, United Kingdom: Parthian Books, pp. 169-193.

Owen, Tomos, ed. 2009. Nu: Fiction and stuff. Cardigan: Parthian.

Owen, Tomos 2009. The London Kelt 1895-1914: performing Welshness, imagining Wales. In: Gramich, Katie ed. Almanac: Yearbook of Welsh Writing in English, Vol. 13. Almanac, Cardigan: Parthian Books, pp. 109-125.

Owen, Tomos 2008. 'Never again stop the way of a Welshman': Rioting and rebellion in Amy Dillwyn's The Rebecca Rioter. In: Porter, Gerald and Bell, David eds. Riots in Literature, Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 51-74.

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