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Publicaciones (selección):

- Martínez Serrano, L.M. & Gámez Fernández, C.M. (eds.), 2021, Modern Ecopoetry. Reading the Palimpsest of the More-Than-Human World, Leiden/Boston: Brill.

- Martínez Serrano, L.M., 2020, “The Vibrancy of Materiality and OtherwiseThan-Place in Susan Gillis’s Obelisk”. Canada and Beyond: A Journal of Canadian Literary and Cultural Studies, vol. 9, pp. 16‒27.

- Martínez Serrano, L.M., 2020, “Self Writing and World Mapping in Tim Bowling’s Downriver Drift and The Paperboy’s Winter”, Complutense Journal of English Studies, vol. 28, pp. 45‒55.

- Martínez Serrano, L.M., 2020, “The Fragility of a More-Than-Human World: Ecological Awareness in the Poetry of Robert Bringhurst.” Journal of Postcolonial Writing, vol. 56, issue 2, pp. 503‒516.

- Martínez Serrano, L.M., 2020, “The Multitudinous Sparseness of Space in Harry Thurston’s Broken Vessel”. Rocznicki Humanistyczne (Annals of Arts. Anglica), vol. 11, pp. 161‒179.

- Martínez Serrano, L.M., 2020, “The Mind Is the World: Virginia Woolf on the Embodied Self”. Ars Inter Culturas, vol. 9, pp. 297‒318.

- Martínez Serrano, L.M., 2020, “A Poetic Correspondence on Ecology and the More-Than-Human World: Allan Cooper and Harry Thurston’s The Deer Yard.” En: E. Valls Oyarzun, R. Gualberto Valverde, N. Malla García, M. Colom Jiménez & R. Cordero Sánchez (eds.), Avenging Nature: The Role of Nature in Modern and Contemporary Art and Literature, Washington DC: Lexington Books, pp. 119‒132.

- Martínez Serrano, L.M., 2019, “Polyphony and Ecology: The Green World in Robert Bringhurst’s New World Suite No. 3.” Journal of Postcolonial Writing, vol. 55, issue 2, pp. 155‒168.

- Martínez Serrano, L.M., 2018, “The Audible Light of Words: Mark Strand on Poetry and the Self.” ES Review: Spanish Journal of English Studies, vol. 39, pp. 255‒279.

- Martínez Serrano, L.M., 2018, “Following the Old Stones Skyward: Mythmaking in Gwendolyn MacEwen’s Poetry.” En: Esther Sánchez-Pardo, Rosa Burillo & María Porras Sánchez (eds.), Women Poets and Myth in the 20th and 21st Centuries, Cambridge Scholars, pp. 71‒81.

- Martínez Serrano, L.M., 2018, “A Walk in the Woods, or a Poetics of Exile: Robert Bringhurst’s ‘The Lyell Island Variations’.” Babel. A.F.I.A.L., vol. 27, pp. 147‒166.

- Martínez Serrano, L.M., 2017, “A Fragment of the World, a Piece of Human Consciousness: Tim Bowling’s The Bone Sharps (2007) and The Tinsmith (2012).” Journal of English Studies, vol. XV, pp. 135‒154.