Inchley M(2020). Konstantinos Thomaidis. Theatre & Voice. Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2017, xiii + 89 pp., £6.99 (paperback), £6.72 (PDF ebook). Lynne Kendrick. Theatre Aurality. Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2017, xxviii + 164 pp., £89.99 (hardback), £71.50 (PDF ebook). Journal of Contemporary Drama in English vol. 8, (1) 181-188.
Inchley M, Dar S, Pujara S, Baker S(2019). The Verbatim Formula: caring for care leavers in the neoliberal university. Research in Drama Education vol. 24, (3) 413-419.
INCHLEY MJ, BAKER S(2019). Verbatim practice as research with care-experienced young people: An ‘aesthetics of care’ through aural attention. Performing Care: New Perspectives on Socially Engaged Performance, Editors: Thompson, J, Stuart Fisher, A, Manchester University Press (Manchester),
INCHLEY MJ(2017). Applied Theatre: International Case Studies and Challenges for Practice (second edition) edited by Monica Prendergast and Juliana Saxton and Critical Perspectives on Applied Theory edited by Jenny Hughes and Helen Nicholson. Contemporary Theatre Review vol. 27, (1) 129-130.
Inchley MJ(2016). Touring Testimonies: Rebalancing the Public Realm through Human Rights Activism in Asylum Monologues and Seven. Lateral: Journal of the Cultural Studies Association vol. 5, (2)
INCHLEY MJ(2015). Theatre as Advocacy: Asking for It and the Audibility of Women in Nirbhaya, the Fearless One. Theatre Research International vol. 40, (3) 272-287.
Inchley M(2015). Voice and New Writing, 1997-2007 Articulating the Demos. Palgrave Macmillan
INCHLEY MJ(2013). Hearing the Unhearable: The Representation of Women Who Kill Children. Contemporary Theatre Review vol. 23, (2) 192-205.
INCHLEY M(2012). Hearing Young Voices on the London Stage: 'Shit Bein' Seventeen Int it? Never Take Us Serious'. Contemporary Theatre Review vol. 22, (3) 327-343.
INCHLEY MJ(2011). David Greig and the Return of the Native Voice. Cosmotopia, Litteraria Pragensia (Prague),