Edited Volumes/ Guest-Edited Special Issues

  • Fanaiyan, N., Franks, R., & Seymour, J. (2017) Authorised Theft –The Refereed Proceedings of the 21st Conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs, University of Canberra, 29 November – 1 December, at http://www.aawp.org.au/publications/the-authorised-theft-papers/
  • Seymour, J. & Beckton, D. (Eds.) (2015) TEXT Special Issue Number 32: Why YA? Researching, writing and publishing YA fiction in Australasia, 32.
  • Chauvel, A., Lamerichs, N. & Seymour, J. (Eds.) (2014) Fan Studies: Researching Popular Audiences. Inter-Disciplinary Press: Freeland.

Book Chapters

  • Seymour, J. (2018) ‘Racebending and prosumer fanart practices in Harry Potter fandom’ in A Companion to Fandom and Fan Studies. Booth, P. (Ed.). Wiley-Blackwell: New Jersey, pp: 333-348.
  • Seymour, J. (2016) ‘“We’ve all been demons”: Postmodern Gothic and the Fragmented Self’ in The Gothic Tradition in Supernatural: Essays on the CW Series. Makala, M. (Ed.). McFarland Books: Jefferson, pp: 129-142
  • Seymour, J. (2016) ‘Drugging the Kids’, in Divergent and Philosophy. Lewis, C. (Ed.). Carus Publishing Company: Chicago, pp: 3-11.
  • Seymour, J. (2016) ‘Waking up Divergent’, in Divergent and Philosophy. Lewis, C. (Ed.). Carus Publishing Company: Chicago, pp: 183-192.
  • Seymour, J. (2015) ‘Forgetting is the Human Superpower’, in More Doctor Who and Philosophy. Smithka, P. & Lewis, C. (Eds.). Carus Publishing Company: Chicago, pp: 249-257.
  • Seymour, J. (2015) ‘Writing across platforms: Adapting classics through social media’. Minding the gap: Writing across thresholds and fault lines. Conroy, T. and Pittaway, G. (Eds.). Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Newcastle upon Tyne, pp: 105-116.
  • Seymour, J. (2015) ‘“As we draw near mountains”: Nature and beauty in the hearts of dwarves’, in Representations of Nature in Middle-earth. Simonson, M. (Ed.). Walking Tree Publishers: Zollikofen, pp: 27-49.
  • Seymour, J., Chauvel, A. & Lamerichs, N. (2014) ‘Introduction’. Fan Studies: Researching Popular Audiences. Chauvel, A., Lamerichs, N. & Seymour, J. (Eds.). Inter-Disciplinary Press: Freeland, pp: vii-xiii.
  • Seymour, J. (2014) ‘Lizzie Bennet: Breaking the Fourth Wall Since 2012’. Fan Studies: Researching Popular Audiences. Chauvel, A., Lamerichs, N. & Seymour, J. (Eds.). Inter-Disciplinary Press: Freeland, pp: 111-121.

Peer-reviewed Articles

  • Seymour, J. (2017) ‘“My name is Max”: Critiquing toxic masculinity in Mad Max: Fury Road’, Writing from Below. 4(2).
  • Seymour, J. (2017) ‘Hunting the Stag in Harry Potter’s Games’, Interdisciplinary Literary Studies, 19(4), pp: 441-460
  • Seymour, J. (2017) ‘Representations of fanfiction in the works of Rainbow Rowell; “Borrowing… Repurposing. Remixing. Sampling”’. Authorised Theft –The Refereed Proceedings of the 21st Conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs, University of Canberra, 29 November – 1 December.
  • Seymour, J. (2016) ‘Cartesian Dreams, Engagement Aesthetics, and Storytelling Strategies in the Online Space’. TEXT Journal of Writing and Writing Courses, 20 (1), pp: 1-23.
  • Seymour, J. (2016) ‘Holmes’s Girls: Genderbending and Feminising the Canon in Elementary’. Writing the Ghost Train: Rewriting, Remaking, Rediscovering –The Refereed Proceedings of the 20th Conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs, Swinburne University of Technology, 29 Nov – 1 Dec, pp: 1-12.
  • Seymour, J. (2015) ‘“Murder me… Become a man”: Establishing the Masculine Care Circle in Young Adult Dystopia’ Reading Psychology, November, pp: 1-23.
  • Seymour, J. (2015) ‘‘Youth Theory’; a Response to Aetonormativity’. TEXT Special Issue Number 32: Why YA? Researching, writing and publishing YA fiction in Australasia, 32, pp: 1-17.
  • Seymour, J., Beckton, D., Bacon, E., Brien, D. L., Curmi, G., Kimberley, M., McAlister, J., Mills, C. & Plozza, S. (2015) ‘A series of fortunate readers: a collaborative review article of important Australasian YA writing’. TEXT Special Issue Number 32: Why YA? Researching, writing and publishing YA fiction in Australasia, 32, pp: 1-10.
  • Seymour, J., Roth, J. & Flegel, M. (2015) ‘Lizzie Bennet: Storytelling, Fan-Creator Interactions, and New Online Models’. The Australasian Journal of Popular Culture, 4(2), pp: 99-114.
  • Seymour, J. (2014) ‘Interpretive practice and redefining meaning in Harry Potter’. New Academia: An International Journal of English Language, Literature and Literary Theory. 3(iii) pp: 1-16.
  • Seymour, J. (2013) ‘Clockwork, corsets and fabricated beasties: Women and identity in young adult steampunk’. The Encounters: Place, Situation, Context Papers—The Refereed Proceedings of the 17th Conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs, Deakin University, 25-27 November, pp: 1-9.
  • Seymour, J. (2012) ‘Harry Potter and the House-Elf Rebellion’. Write4Children. 3(ii) pp: 28-39.