Robert Stagg, ‘Against “the music of poetry”’, in The Edinburgh Companion to Literature and Music, ed. Delia da Sousa Correa (forthcoming with Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press)
Robert Stagg, ‘Filming Shakespeare’s Shoreditch’, The Literary London Journal, 13.2 (forthcoming)
Robert Stagg, ‘Shakespeare’s Rhythmic Education’, in Elisabeth Dutton and James McBain, (eds.), Drama and Pedagogy in Medieval and Early Modern England (Tübingen: Narr Francke Attempto, 2015)
Robert Stagg, ‘Shakespeare’s Feet: Puns, Metre, Meaning’, Literature Compass, 12.3 (2015)
Robert Stagg, ‘The Work of Form’, Renaissance Studies, 30.3 (2015)
Robert Stagg, ‘Wordsworth, Pope, and Writing After Bathos’, Essays in Criticism, 64.1 (2014)
Robert is currently editing his PhD thesis for publication as a book (provisionally titled Shakespeare and the Renaissance Defence of Poetry), and is halfway through a second book project about Shakespeare’s composition of characters. In addition he has two major articles under consideration (‘Shakespeare’s Bewitching Line’, ‘Coriolanus as Jonson’). He reviews for the Times Literary Supplement and has written for a range of national media from The Sunday Telegraph to The Economist.