A.S. Byatt: Art, Authorship, Creativity. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2001. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2001. 164 pages.

Multiple Mythologies: A.S. Byatt and the British Artist-Novel. Dissertation Utrecht University, 1997.

Plucking the strange bright fruits of art and knowledge: female writers and female scholars in novels by Anita Brookner and A.S. Byatt. MA thesis Utrecht University, 1987.

Chapters in books

The Turtle and Its Adversaries: Gender Disruption in A.S. Byatt’s Critical and Academic Work. In: Richard Todd and Luisa Flora (eds.), Theme Parks, Rain Forests and Sprouting Wastelands (Amsterdam, Atlanta: Rodopi, 2000) pp. 195-214.

The Gender of Mourning: Tennyson’s In Memoriam and A.S. Byatt’s The Conjugial Angel. In: Ton Hoenselaars and Paul Franssen (eds), The Author as Character  (Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1999) pp. 243-252.


Bringing Language and Thought to Life: Primary and secondary bibliography of A.S. Byatt’s fiction and criticism 1965-1997. In: Christien Franken. Multiple Mythologies: A.S. Byatt and the British Artist-Novel, 1997. pp. 223-254.


Byatts-vierluik-voltooid. Over de boekpresentatie van A Whistling Woman in Londen. In: Surplus 16 (2002) 6 (november/december) blz. 16.

De Melusine mythologie in Possession van A.S. Byatt. In: Bzzlletin 28 (1999) 261-262 (december-januari) blz. 27-33.

Boksring-of-lichaamsecho: A.S. Byatt en Ignes Sodre in dialoog. In: Surplus 12 (1998) 1 (januari/februari)  blz. 16.

Een-ononderbroken-taal: Over Obsessie van A.S. Byatt. In: Bzzlletin 21 (1995) 195 (April) blz. 74-76.

Feniksen-uit-de-as: Mythische vrouwen in het werk van A.S. Byatt en Dorothy Baker. In: Surplus 8 (1994) 4 (juli/augustus) blz. 24-25.

Gefluister-van-teksten-en-codes: de omnivore esthetiek van A.S. Byatt. In: Lover 19 (1992) 4 pp. 240-245.

Everything but the man: treurige intelligentie bij Anita Brookner en A.S. Byatt. In: Lover 16 (1989) 3 pp. 144-150.


Lectures and conference papers

Exhibiting A.S. Byatt: on curating an exhibition. Conference paper. University of Caen, France, 26-27 March 2015.

Prize Writing: A.S. Byatt’s Possession and the Booker Prize. Department of English, Universiteit Groningen, 2002 en 2005.

Look at Me: Aspects of Self-Representation. Conference paper. Barnard College, Columbia University, New York, 1999.

Good Mother or Monster-Artist: the Melusine mythology in A.S. Byatt’s Possession. Conference paper. British Comparative Literature Association, University of Lancaster, 1998.

Introducing A.S. Byatt (an evening organized by the British Council, Amsterdam, 1997).

A.S. Byatt in conversation with Christien Franken. Utrecht: Department of Women’s Studies, Utrecht University, 1991. Unpublished interview.