(The Huntington Library always has a discount book cart lurking in its publishing offices. But they often seem a little startled when someone shows up to buy something...)
- Alison Conway, The Protestant Whore: Courtesan Narrative and Religious Controversy in England, 1680-1750 (Toronto, 2010). Examines the political, religious, and sexual ramifications of writing about real and fictional courtesans like Nell Gwynn.
- Ashok Malhotra, Making British Indian Fictions 1772-1823 (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012). Historical transformations in writing about, consuming, and colonizing India.
- Peter Clarke and Charlotte Methuen, eds., The Church and Literature (Boydell & Brewer, 2012). The Ecclesiastical Historical Society proceedings, featuring essays on everyone from Gregory the Great to Lady Georgiana Fullerton to Rose Macaulay.