FREEDOM MUSIC: Wales, Emancipation and Jazz 1850-1950, University of Wales Press.
Those Saturday Nights: The Story of Swansea’s Tower Ballroom, ed. Jen Wilson, Jazz Heritage Wales.
Looking for Bessie Smith, in PLANET, The Welsh Internationalist, ed. By Helle Michelsen.
Jazzing the Hwyl – Women in Wales and the African American Legacy 1874-1935, in Women in Jazz/Donne in Jazz, ed.by Fondazione Adkins Chiti: Donne in Music, Editore Colombo, International Music Council, Ministero per I Beni e le Attivita Culturali, Universita degli Studi “Roma Tre”
Wales and Negro Minstrelsy: a socio-cultural interchange 1830-1910in PLANET The Welsh Internationalist, ed. John Barnie.
Jessie Donaldson The Swansea Abolitionist, in Minerva Volume X11, the Journal of the Royal Institution of South Wales, ed. Jenny Sabine.
Redefining the Sixties Myth, in Changing Times: Welsh women writing on the 1950s and 1960s, ed. Dierdre Beddoe, Honno.
Oh, Didn’t She Ramble! Jen Wilson and the Women in Jazz Archive by Mike Dewe, in PLANET The Welsh Internationalist, ed. John Barnie.
ROOTS: African American Music in Swansea 1850-2001 ROOTS Exhibition, Swansea Citizenship Millennium Award.
The Devil’s Music, Swansea Clerics and the Women’s Institute: Women’s Jazz Between the Wars,in PLANET, The Welsh Internationalist, ed. John Barnie.
1956 And All That: Skiffle Reminiscences The Skiffle Craze, ed. By Mike Dewe, PLANET The Welsh Internationalist Magazine.
Zen and the Art of Thelonious Monkin On My Life: Women’s Writing from Wales, ed. By Leigh Verrill-Rhys, Honno.