“Shakespeare’s Poetry: The Sonnets.” Great Authors: Shakespeare. DVD. Ambrose Video, 2014.
“International E-Conference Appeals to Renaissance Writers” by Kristal Griffith. University of Denver: DU Today February 22 (2008).
“Who Wrote Shakespeare?: Panel Discussion With Robin P. Williams, Stephen Greenblatt, and W. Scott Howard.” Produced by Colleen Flick and Patricia Reuter, MediaTracks Communications. Viewpoints: National Public Affairs Radio Magazine, July 9 (2006).
Divorce Tracts of John Milton, review by Thomas Fulton
“Milton and Blake: The Poetics & Praxis of Adaptation.” Romantic Textualities: Literature & Print Culture, 1780-1840, Miltonic Legacies. Ed. Daniel Cook, Tess Somervell, Brian Bates. Cardiff University (February, 2017): http://www.romtext.org.uk/teaching-romanticism-xviii-miltonic-legacies/
“Historical Figuration: Poetics, Historiography, and New Genre Studies.” The Seventeenth Century. Ed. Margaret Ezell. Literature Compass. 3.5 (2006): 1124-1149: http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/doi/abs/10.1111/j.1741-4113.2006.00367.x & http://www.du.edu/~showard/Hist.Fig.pdf
“Milton’s ‘Divorcive’ Liberties: Ecclesiastical, Domestic or Private, Civil, and Cosmological.” Early Modern Literary Studies. 10.1 (2004): http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/emls/10-1/howamilt.htm
“G. M. Revealed: Printer of the first attacks on The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce.” Sara J. van den Berg and W. Scott Howard. Milton Quarterly. 38.4 (2004): 242-52; http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1094-348X.2004.00082.x/abstract
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