• Atlantis.

      Cheeseman, Matthew; University of Sheffield; Go! Grafik; Pringle, Mat (Spirit Duplicator, 2015)
      An edited volume of eighteen pairs of artists and writers collaborating on illustrated creative work on the theme of Atlantis. I included a range of writers at different stages of their careers, from the public philosopher Angie Hobbs to undergraduate students. Cathy Shrank, Adam Piette, John Miller, Fabienne Collignon, Astrid Alben and Ágnes Lehóczky all contribute. The book is a two colour risograph print.
    • Bruno Schulz.

      Cheeseman, Matthew; University of Derby (Boiler House Press, 2018-07)
      A creative non-fiction memoir of a lost friend who introduced me to Bruno Schulz. This is a chapter in a pro-EU anthology which was published on the anniversary of Brexit in response to surges of violent British nationalism and political paranoia. Edited by JT Welsch and Ágnes Lehóczky the anthology marks the vital contribution of non-UK-born writers to the UK's poetry culture. Wretched Strangers brings together innovative writing from around the globe, celebrating the irreducible diversity such work brings to ‘British’ poetry. While documenting the challenges faced by writers from elsewhere, these pieces offer hopeful re-conceptions of ‘shared foreignness’ as Lila Matsumoto describes it, and the ‘peculiar state of exiled human,’ in Fawzi Karim’s words.
    • Downshifting.

      Buckner, Adrian; University of Derby (Five Leaves Publications, 2017-04)
    • Dragging the corpse: Landscape and memory.

      Cashdan, Liz; McCrory, Moy; University of Derby (Multilingual Matters, 2015-04-01)
      Writers have always used the land to represent what it is to be human and have used landscape as a vehicle for emotion and identity. In probing the question does a nation write the people, or do the people write the nation, the writer confronts their own sense of belonging , their adherence and divergence. No longer figures in a landscape, we become the frame through which landscape must pass on its way to a re-consideration and a re-inscription. Exploring the inner lands in response to environment.
    • Edens: A 360 degree digital poem

      Bishton, Joanne; Higson, Rob; Buckner, Adrian; McNally Mary; University of Derby (University of Derby, 2015)
      Edens is a 360 degree digital poem exploring the idea of the self in the landscape.
    • Jan Kochanowski: Polish poet

      Tighe, Carl (2012-09)
    • No picnic: Explorations in art and research.

      Cheeseman, Matthew; Cheeseman, Matthew; University of Sheffield (NATCECT, 2014-10)
      An output from the interdisciplinary research project into artistic practice and academic research. A supplement detailing responses to the book was printed.
    • On the water

      Cheeseman, Matthew; Cheeseman, Matthew; Southampton Solent University (Solent Press, 2017-04)
      On The Water is a collection of prose, non-fiction, performance writing and poetry, which has been written and assembled by writers from Southampton. The book is arranged to take the reader on a journey. It's not organised into sections of prose or poetry but from the feel of the pieces. We begin with the most emotional and personal pieces and end with the most universal and abstract. This is our own interpretation of being 'on the water'. I wonder what the woman whose voice is blared through loudspeakers across the country is like herself. I wonder if she's even alive, I wonder how she'd feel knowing her voice announced deaths a dozen times a day in the most loosely veiled code commuters know. I wonder how many voices break a year to her voice.