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Gee, M (2019) Blood. Fentum Press. ISBN 9781909572126

Gee, M (2014) Virginia Woolf in Manhattan. Telegram, London. ISBN 9781846591884

Gee, M (2011) My animal life. Telegram Books, London. ISBN 9781846590900

Gee, M (2009) My driver. Telegram Books, London. ISBN 9781846590528

Gee, M and Evaristo, B (2007) NW15: the anthology of new writing (volume 15). Granta, London. ISBN 9781862079328

Gee, M (2006) The blue. Telegram, London. ISBN 9781846590139

Gee, M (2005) My cleaner. Saqi, London. ISBN 9780863565441

Gee, M (2002) The White family. Saqi, London. ISBN 0863563805

Gee, M (1999) The ice people. Richard Cohen, London. ISBN 186066153X

Book Chapter or Section

Gee, M (2020) 'Onceness, biofiction and the living body.' In: Layne, B, ed. Biofiction and writers’ afterlives. Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle upon Tyne, pp. 82-97. ISBN 9781527549678

Gee, M (2019) 'The visitation.' In: Miller, G, ed. Kiss and part. Canterbury Press, Norwich. ISBN 9781786221926

Gee, M (2017) 'May Hobbs.' In: Hunt, S, Kidd, D and Page, R, eds. Protest! Stories of resistance. Comma Press, Manchester, pp. 237-265. ISBN 9781905583737

Gee, M (2016) 'Writing climate change.' In: Groes, S, ed. Memory in the twenty-first century: new critical perspectives from the arts, humanities, and sciences. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 170-174. ISBN 9781137520579 Please click the title to check availability.

Gee, M (2015) 'Foreword.' In: Dillon, S and Edwards, C, eds. Maggie Gee: critical essays. Gylphi, Canterbury, xiii. ISBN 9781780240336

Gee, M (2015) 'How may I speak in my own voice? Language and the forbidden.' In: Dillon, S and Edwards, C, eds. Maggie Gee: critical essays. Gylphi, Canterbury, pp. 261-280. ISBN 9781780240336 Please click the title to check availability.

Gee, M (2011) 'Living with insects.' In: Page, R, ed. Litmus: short stories from modern science. Comma Press, Manchester. ISBN 9781905583331

Gee, M (2010) 'Beyond ending.' In: Bryson, B, ed. Seeing further: the story of science and the Royal Society. Harper Press, London. ISBN 9780007302567


Gee, M and Dzhumaylo, O (2020) '"Never forget that people's deepest patterns of behaviour relate to their childhoods, their deepest wounds, their need for love".' Практики & интерпретации = Practices & Interpretations, 5 (2). pp. 7-16. ISSN 2415-8852

Conference or Workshop Item

Gee, M, Soyinka, B, Lee, A, Geen, E and Al Khayatt, O (2017) Empathy at work. In: Professorial Lecture Series 2016-17, 1 February 2017, Bath Spa University, Bath, UK.

Bell, A, King, E.G.C and Gee, M (2016) The past, present and future of reading. In: Making Books: Creativity, Print Culture, and the Digital - Public Launch, 1 December 2016, Bath Spa University, Bath, UK.

Moss, S, Gee, M and Walton, S (2016) Hopes and fears in the face of environmental crisis - readings and discussion. In: Being Human: A Festival of the Humanities, 21 November 2016, Topping & Company Booksellers, Bath, UK.

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