Bibliographies

Authors

Jeanette Winterson

JEANETTE WINTERSON (1959 ? )

 

 

(Photo: Peter Peisch)

 

Primary Sources

Fiction

 

??1985 Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit. London, Sydney &Wellington: Pandora Press.

?? 1985 (1990). Boating For Beginners. London: Methuen.

?? 1988 (1987). The Passion. Bungay, Suffolk: Penguin.

?? 1989 (1990). Sexing the Cherry. London, Melbourne, etc.: Vintage.

?? 1992 Written on the Body. London: Jonathan Cape.

?? 1994 Art & Lies: London: Jonathan Cape.

?? 1995 Art Objects. Essays on Ecstasy and Effrontery. London: Jonathan Cape.

?? 1997Gut Symmetries. London: Granta Books.

?? 1998 The World and Other Places. London: Jonathan Cape.

?? 2000 The.Power Book.  London: Jonathan Cape.

?? 2004. Lighthousekeeping. London: Fourth State

?? 2005. Weight. The Myth of Atlas and Heracles. Edinburgh: Canongate.

?? 2006. Tanglewreck. Edinburgh: Canongate.

?? 2007. The Stone Gods. London: Hamish Hamilton.

 

Non-Fiction

 

? 1986. Fit for the Future: The Guide for Women Who Want to Live Well. London: Pandora. (Fitness book).

? 1995 Art Objects. Essays on Ecstasy and Effrontery. London: Jonathan Cape.

? 1996 The Psychometry of Books. (This essay from Art Objects was printed separately by Knopf especially for the Holiday season, in a signed, limited edition of 2000 copies).

? 1998. The Dreaming House. London: Ulysses. (A short text published to ?celebrate the centenary of the building of the house ?Le Bois Des Moutiers? designed by Sr Edwin Lutyens in 1898 in a very exclusive edition of 176 copies).

 

Scripts and Radio Plays

 

? 1988. ?Static.? In Jeremy Mortimer, ed., Young Playwrights Festival. London: BBC Books. (Radio play).

? 1990. Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit: The Script. London: Pandora.

? 1994. Great Moments in Aviation. London: Vintage. (Script).

? 2002. Sexing the Cherry: The Script. (24 short pieces for BBC and Internet). Forthcoming.

 

 

Short Stories

 

? 1989. ?One Friday Not a Million Miles Past.? In Young Playwrights Festival 1988 (BBC, 1988).

? 1989. ?The Architect of Unrest,? Granta 28 (Autumn): 179?185.

? 1998 The World and Other Places. London: Jonathan Cape.

? 1990. ?The Lives of the Saints.? In Lisa St. Aubin de Teran, ed., Indiscreet Journeys: Stories of Women on the Road. Boston: Faber and Faber.

?1992. ?Newton.? In Patrick McGrath and Bradford Morrow, eds., The New Gothic: A Collection of Contemporary Gothic Fiction. London: Picador.

?1993. ?The Poetics of Sex? (Best of Young British Novelists), Granta 43 (Spring): 311?320. Reprinted in Margaret Reynolds, ed., The Penguin Book of Lesbian Short Stories London and New York: Viking, 1993.

?1994. ?The Queen of Spades.? In John Miller and Kirsten Miller, eds. Venice. San Francisco: Chronicle Books.

? 2003 The King of Capri (a fairy tale, illustrated by Jane Ray). London: Bloomsbury Publishing Plc.

 

Essays

 

? 1989. Winterson, Jeanette, et al., ?Revolting Bodies,? New Statesman and Society  2.8, pp. 22?29.

? 1991. ?First Rites: Rewriting the Book of Love,? The Guardian (7 August): 28.

? 1992. ?Dreams and Buildings.? In Antonia Fraser, ed., The Pleasure of Reading. London. (This essay is an early, and slightly different, version of the essay ?Art & Life? that was later published in Art Objects).

? 1992. ?Outrageous Proportions: Size and Power, Form and Freedom ? Jeanette Winterson Reflects on Common Themes in Films by Women Animators,? Sight and Sound (October): 26/6?27/6.

? 1993. ?Virginia Woolf. Monks House, Rodmell, E. Sussex.? In Kate Marsh, ed., A Guide to the Writer?s Houses of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.

? 2003 ?Journeys into the Art of Darkness.? The Times (October 18): 10-11 (a review on two books on Goya).

 

Introductions

 

? 1986. ?Introduction? to Adeline Mowbray by Mrs Opie. London: Pandora.

? 1987. ?Introduction? to A Simple Story by Elizabeth Inchbald. London: Pandora.

? 1992. ?Foreword? to Erotica: Women?s Writing from Sappho to Margaret Atwood. Margaret Reynolds, ed., London.

? 1999. ?Introduction? to Gulliver?s Travels by Jonathan Swift. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

? 2000 ?Jeanette Winterson on The Waves.? The Waves by Virginia Woolf. London: Vintage.

 

Editions

 

? 1986. Passion Fruit: Romantic Fiction With a Twist. London: Pandora. (A collection of short stories).

? 2000. Vintage Series of Virginia Woolf?s Novels. London: Vintage. (Winterson and Margaret Reynolds are series editors of a new series of reprintings of Woolf?s novels introduced by writers and academics).

 

Lectures

 

? 2000. ?What Is Art For?? Lecture delivered in Seattle, (8 November) and Portland (9 November).

 

Miscellaneous

 

The Official Jeanette Winterson Site <www.jeanettewinterson.com>, was launched at the publication of The.PowerBook in September 2000. On this site, Winterson writes a monthly column, comments on her work and various other things. See also The Jeanette Winterson Reader?s Site <www.winterson.net>  

See also Jeanette Winterson Online Resources at http://www.uni-koeln.de/phil-fak/englisch/kurse/wintersn.htm

 

Secondary Sources

 

Interviews

 

Barr, Helen, ?Face to Face: A Conversation Between Jeanette Winterson and Helen Barr,? The English Review, 2.1 (September 1991): 31.

Gerrard, Nicci, ?The Prophet: Nicci Gerrrard Talks with Jeanette Winterson, The Novelist Who Says If It Doesn?t Shock It Isn?t Art,? New Statesman and Society 2.65 (1 September 1989) 12?13.

Goody, Felicity, ?Jeanette Winterson in Conversation with Felicity Goody? (Profile) Radio 4 (23 August 1989).

Harthill, Rosemary, ?Jeanette Winterson in Conversation with Rosemary Harthill? (Writers Revealed). Radio 4 (Autumn 1990).

Wachtel, Eleanor, ?Eleanor Wachtel with Jeanette Winterson: Interview,? Malahat Review 118, 1997: 61?73.

 

Criticism

 

Adam, Barbara and Stuart Allan (eds). 1995. Theorizing Culture: An Interdisciplinary Critique after Postmodernism. New York: New York University Press.

Allen, Carolyn.1996. Following Djuna: Women Lovers and the Erotics of Loss. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Andermahr, Sonya (ed.).2007. Jeanette Winterson. London: Continuum.

?? 2006. ?Jeanette Winteson?s Lighthousekeeping,? Philip Tew and Rod Mengham (eds). British Fiction Today. London: Continuum, pp. 139-50.

Anderson, Linda (ed.). 1990 Plotting Change: Contemporary Women?s Fiction. London: Edward Arnold.

Bengoechea, Mercedes and Marisol Morales (eds). 2001. (Trans)formaciones de las sexualidades y el gÉnero. Alcalá: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad.

Bengtson, Helene, Marianne Borch and Cincide Maagaard (eds). 1999. Sponsored by Demons: The Art of Jeanette Winterson. Odense: Scholars? Press.

BÉnyel, Tamás. 1997. ?Risking the Text: Stories of Love in Jeanette Winterson?s The Passion,? Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies 3.2: 199?209.

Bratton, Mary. 2002. ?Winterson, Bahktin, and the Chronotope of a Lesbian Hero.? Journal of Narrative Theory 32.2 (Summer): 207-306.

Cockal, Susann. 2004. ?Expression in a Diffuse Landscape: Contexts for Jeanette Winterson's Lyricism.? Style 38.1 (March 22): 16(23).

Cornut-Gentille D?Arcy, Chantal and JosÉ Ángel García Landa (eds). 1996. Gender, I-deology: Essays on Theory, Fiction and Film (Postmodern Studies 16). Amsterdam-Atlanta, G.A.: Rodopi.

Doan, Laura and R. Wiegman (eds). 1994. The Lesbian Postmodern. New York: Columbia University Press.

Dowson, Jane and Steven Earnshaw (eds). 1995. Postmodern Subjects / Postmodern Texts (Postmodern Studies 13). Amsterdam-Atlanta, GA: Rodopi.

Duperray, Max (ed.). 1994. HistoricitÉ et metafiction dans le roman contemporain des ÃŽles Britanniques. Aix en Provence: UniversitÉ de Provence, 1994

Farwell, Marilyn R. (ed.). 1996. Heterosexual Plots and Lesbian Narratives. New York.

Ganteau, Jean-Michel. 2003. ?Fantastic, but Truthful: The Ethics of Romance,? The Cambridge Quarterly 32.3: 225-38.

?? 2004. Heart Objects: Jeanette Winterson and the Ethics of Absolutist Romance,? in Refracting the Canon in Contemporary British Literature and Film, Susana Onega and Christian Gutleben (eds), 2004. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi: 165-185.

Grice, Helena and Tim Woods (eds). 1998. ?I?m Telling You Stories?: Jeanette Winterson and the Politics of Reading (Postmodern Studies 25). Amsterdam-Atlanta, G. A.: Rodopi.

Grosz, Elizabeth and Elspeth Probyn (eds). 1995. Sexy Bodies: The Strange Carnalities of Feminism. London: Routledge.

Guess, Carol. 1995: ?Que(e)rying Lesbian Identity,? Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association 28.1: 19?37.

Hamer, Diane and Belinda Budge (eds). 1994. The Good, the Bad and the Gorgeous: Popular Culture?s Romance with Lesbianism. London, Sydney, Wellington: Pandora Press.

Harris, Andrea L. 2000. Other Sexes: Rewriting Difference from Woolf to Winterson. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Hutton, Elaine (ed.). 1998. Beyond Sex and Romance?: The Politics of Contemporary Lesbian Fiction. London: Women?s Press.

Jay, Karla and Joanne Galsgow (eds). 1990. Lesbian Texts and Contexts: Radical Revisions. Introd. by Kathleen Barry. New York: New York University Press. Reprinted London: Onlywomen Press, 1992.

Litovitz, Malca. 1997. ?Passion and Comfort (Jeanette Winterson).?

 Queen's Quarterly 104.2 (June 22): 333-41.

López, Gemma. 2007. Seductions in Narrative: Subjectivity and Desire in the Works of Angela Carter and Jeanette Winterson. Youngstownm New York: Cambria Press.

Makinen, Merja. 2005. The Novels of Jeanette Winterson: A Reader?s Guide to Essential Criticism. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Maynard, Mary and Jane Purvis (eds). 1995. Heterosexual Politics. London: Taylor and Francis.

Morian, Karen L. 2006. The Wisest Sappho: Thoughts and Visions of H. D. in Jeanette Winterson?s Art & Lies. Doctoral dissertation defended on April 7 at the University of Florida. Retrieved on 8/11/2008 at

            http://etd.lib.fsu.edu/theses/available/etd-04092006-185000/unrestricted/finaldissertation.pdf

Munt, Sally (ed.). 1992. New Lesbian Criticism: Literary and Cultural Readings. New York and London: Harvester Wheatsheaf.

Newton, Judith and Deborah Rosenfelt (eds). 1985. Feminist Criticism and Social Change. New York and London: Methuen, 1985.

Noor, Ronny. 2006. ?Jeanette Winterson. Lighthousekeeping.? Book Review.

 World Literature Today 80.2 (March 1): 57(1).

Onega, Susana. 1994. ??I?m Telling You Stories, Trust me?: History/Storytelling in Jeanette Winterson?s Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit?. Logomachia. Forms of Opposition in English Language/Literature. E. Douka-Kabitoglou, ed. University Press: Thessaloniki, pp.171?185. Revised and reprinted in ?Telling Histories?: Narrativizing History; Historicizing Literature. Ed. Susana Onega (1995): 135?147.

―― 1993. ?The Passion: Jeanette Winterson?s Uncanny Mirror of Ink?. Miscelánea 14: 112?29.

――  1994 ??Self? and ?Other? in Jeanette Winterson?s The Passion?, Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses no. 28 (April): 177?93.

―― 1996. ?Jeanette Winterson?s Politics of Uncertainty in Sexing the Cherry?. Gender Issues in Literature and Film. Chantal Cornut-Gentille and JosÉ Ángel García Landa, eds. Rodopi: Amsterdam-Atlanta, G.A., pp.297?369.

―― 1997. ?The ?Body/Text? as Lesbian Signifier in Jeanette Winterson?s Written on the Body?. Margins in British and American Literature, Film, and Culture. Marita Nadal and Mª Dolores Herrero, eds. Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Zaragoza, pp. 119?129.          

―― 1999 ?Postmodernist Re-writings of the Puritan Commonwealth: Winterson, Mukherjee, Ackroyd?. Intercultural Encounters. Studies in English Literatures (Essays Presented to Rüdiger Ahrens on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday). Heinz Antor and Kevin L. Cope, eds., Universitätsverlag Carl Winter: Heidelberg, pp. 439-466.

―― 2004. ?Science, Myth and the Quest for Unity in Jeanette Winterson?s Gut Symmetries?. ANGLISTIK. Mitteilungen des Deutschen Anglisten-verbandes 5.1: 93?104.

―― 2004. ?Memory, Imagination and the World of Art in Jeanette Winterson?s Art & Lies?. Memory, Imagination and Desire in Contemporary Anglo-American Literature and Film. Ed. Constanza del Río and Luis Miguel García Mainar, Univesitätsverlag Carl Winter: Heidelberg, pp. 69?80.

―― 2004. ?Jeanette Winterson?s Visionary Fictions: An Art of Cultural Translation and Effrontery?. Structures of Cultural Transformation. Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature (REAL) Vol. 20. Ed. Jürgen Schlaeger. Gunter Narr Verlag: Tübingen, pp. 421?440.

―― 2006 ?Writing and Creation in Jeanette Winterson?s Boating for Beginners?, Recherches anglaises et nord-amÉricaines (Ranam) 39: 213?227.

―― 2006. Jeanette Winterson. Contemporary British Novelists Series. Manchester University Press: Manchester.

Pearce, Lynne. 1997. Feminism and the Politics of Reading. London: Edward Arnold.

Pressier, Christophrer. 1997. So Far So Linear: Responses to the Work of Jeanette Winterson. London: Pauper?s Press; 2nd revised and expanded edition, 2000.

Raitt, Suzanne (ed.). 1995. Volcanoes and Pearl Divers: Essays in Lesbian Feminist Studies. Glasgow and London: Onlywomen Press.

Reynier, Christine. 1994. « Venise dans The Passion de Jeanette Winterson, Â» Études britaniques contemporaines 4: 25?37.

?? 1997. ?L?art paradoxal de Jeanette Winterson,? Études Anglaises 50.2 (April-June): 183?94.

??  2004. Jeanette Winterson: Le miracle ordinaire. Pessac: Presses Universitaires de Bordeaus.

Reynier, Christine and Jean-Michel Ganteau, (eds.). 2005. Impersonality and Emotion in Twentieth-Century British Fiction. Present Perfect 1. Montpellier: Publications de L?UniversitÉ Paul ValÉry Montpellier 3.

Reynolds, Margaret and Noakes, Jonathan (eds). 2003. Jeanette Winterson: The Essential Guide. London: Vintage.

Rossum-Guyon, Françoise (ed.). 1990. Femmes, Frauen, Women. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Rusk, Lauren. 2002. The Life Writing of Otherness: Woolf, Baldwin, Kingston, and Winterson. New York & London: Routledge.

Saxton, Ruth O. (ed.). 1998. The Girl: Constructions of the Girl in Contemporary Fiction. Basingstoke: Macmillan; New York: St Martin?s.

Seaboyer, Judith. 1997. ?Second Death in Venice: Romanticism and Compulsion to Repeat in Jeanette Winterson?s The Passion,? Contemporary Literature 38.3: 483?509.

Shiffer, Celia. 2004. ??You see, I am no stranger to Love?: Jeanette Winterson and the Extasy of the Word.? Critique 46.1 (Fall): 31-52.

Siegel, Caroland Ellen E. Berry (eds). 1997. The Gay ?90?s: Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Formations of Queer Studies. New York: New York University Press.

Singer, Bennett L. 1994. Growing Up Gay, Growing Up Lesbian: A Literary Anthology. New York: New Press.

Stowers, Cath. 1996. ?No Legitimate Place, No Land, No Fatherland: Communities of Women in the Fiction of Roberts and Winterson,? Critical Survey 8.1: 69?79.

Sullivan, Ceri and Barbara White (eds). 1999. Writing and Fantasy. London, New York: Longman.

Taylor, Cholë, 2003. ?Postmodern Ethics and the Expression of Differends in the Novels of Jeanette Winterson?. Journal of Modern Literature 26.3/4 (Summer): 84-102.

Troberg, Anna, 2000 (1998). The Jeanette Winterson Reader?s Site. Accessed on 21 December 2006 at < http://web.telia.com/~u18114424/>

Wiley, Catherine and Fiona R. Barnes (ed.). 1996. Homemaking: Women Writers and the Politics and Poetics of Home. New York: Garland Publishing Inc.

Williams-Wanquet, Eileen. 2002. ?Jeanette Winterson's Boating for Beginners: Both New Baroque and Ethics,? Études britanninques contemporaines 23: 99-117.

Wilton, Tamsin (ed.). 1995. Immortal, Invisible: Lesbians and the Moving Image. London: Routledge.

Winterson, Jeanette, 2006. The Official Website. Accessed on 21 December 2006 at <http://www.jeanettewinterson.com/>

Wisker, Gina (ed.),. 1994. It?s My Party: Reading Twentieth-century Women?s Writing. London and Boulder, CO: Pluto Press.