Palmer, A. and Minogue, S. 2015. Modernism and First World War poetry: alternative lines. in: Davis, A. and Jenkins, L. (ed.) A History of Modernist Poetry Cambridge Cambridge University Press. pp. 227-251
Palmer, A. 2016. ‘“Friend with the musing eye”: persuasion and dissonance in “call to arms” poems of the First World War’. in: Owen, D. and Pividori, C. (ed.) Writings of Persuasion and Dissonance in the Great War: That Better Whiles May Follow Worse. Amsterdam Brill. pp. 138-151
Palmer, A. 2013. ‘“In a land that I love”: working-class identity and the end of empire in Ray Davies’ Arthur or the Decline and Fall of the British Empire. Popular Music & Society. 36 (4). https://doi.org/10.1080/03007766.2012.753705
Gavin, A. 1998. Spirits of the age: ghosts in the Victorian novel. in: Palmer, A., Routledge, C. and Mills, B. (ed.) Critical Mass: Papers from the English Graduate Colloquium 1996-97 Canterbury Canterbury Christ Church University College. pp. 19-28
Minogue, S. and Palmer, A. 2002. Helter skelter, topsy-turvy and ‘loonycolour’: carnivalesque realism in 'Saturday Night and Sunday Morning'. English: The Journal of the English Association. 51, pp. 127-143.
Palmer, A. 2011. ’In the shade of a ghost gum’: Bruce Chatwin and the rhetoric of the desert. English: The Journal of the English Association. 60 (231), pp. 311-335. https://doi.org/10.1093/english/efr033
Palmer, A. 2002. (Re)-visiting Der Heim: the amazing return to the place you've never been which isn’t there. in: Siegel, K. (ed.) Issues in Travel Writing: Empire, Spectacle, and Displacement Peter Lang. pp. 245-251
Palmer, A. 2020. “Very slowly into my own tongue”: Virginia Woolf’s rethinking of the politician. in: Virginia Woolf, Europe and Peace: Transnational Circulations. Clemson, South Carolina, USA Clemson University Press. pp. 101-115