RUBERY MC(2018). Ulysses, Blindness, and Accessible Modernism. New Literary History (Winter)
RUBERY MC(2016). The Untold Story of the Talking Book. Harvard University Press
Rubery M(2015). From Shell Shock to Shellac: The Great War, Blindness, and Britain's Talking Book Library. 20 Century Br Hist vol. 26, (1) 1-25.
Rubery M(2014). Thomas Edison’s Poetry Machine. 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century vol. 0, (18)
Rubery M(2013). The David Livingstone Spectral Imaging Project. Scottish Geographical Journal vol. 129, (3-4) 240-242.
RUBERY MC(2013). Canned Literature: The Book after Edison. Book History vol. 16, 215-245.
Cocks HG, Rubery M(2012). Margins of print: Ephemera, print culture and lost histories of the newspaper. Media History vol. 18, (1) 1-5.
RUBERY MC(2011). A Transatlantic Sensation: Stanley's Search for Livingstone and the Anglo-American Press. The Oxford History of Popular Print Culture Volume Six: US Popular Print Culture 1860-1920, Editors: Bold, C, vol. Volume Six: US Popul, Oxford University Press
Rubery MC(2011). Audiobooks, Literature, and Sound Studies. Editors: Rubery, MC, Routledge
Rubery M(2011). Introduction: Talking books.
Rubery M(2010). Victorian Print Culture, Journalism and the Novel. Literature Compass vol. 7, (4) 290-300.
RUBERY M(2010). Journalism. The Cambridge Companion to Victorian Culture, Editors: O'Gorman, F, Cambridge University Press (Cambridge),
Rubery M(2009). Advertising, Subjectivity and the Nineteenth-Century Novel: Dickens, Balzac and the Language of the Walls. DICKENS QUART vol. 26, (4) 264-267.
RUBERY M(2009). Journalism and the Novel: Truth and Fiction, 1700-2000. Media History vol. 15, (3)
RUBERY M(2009). Science and Technology. Conrad in Context, Editors: Simmons, AH, Cambridge University Press (Cambridge),
Rubery M(2009). The Mass Image: A Social History of Photomechanical Reproduction in Victorian London. VICTORIAN STUD vol. 51, (3) 532-534.
RUBERY M(2009). The Novelty of Newspapers: Victorian Fiction after the Invention of the News. Oxford University Press (Oxford),
RUBERY M(2009). Victorian Literature Out Loud: Digital Audio Resources for the Classroom. Journal of Victorian Culture vol. 14, (1) 134-140.
Rubery M(2008). Bleak House in real time. English Language Notes vol. 46, (1) 112-118.
Rubery M(2008). Knowing Dickens. DICKENS QUART vol. 25, (2) 118-120.
Rubery M(2008). Henry James, in Short. HENRY JAMES REV vol. 29, (3) 222-228.
RUBERY M (2008). Moulding the Female Body in Victorian Fairy Tales and Sensation Novels Book review. British Association of Victorian Studies (BAVS)
RUBERY MC(2008). Play It Again, Sam Weller: New Digital Audiobooks and Old Ways of Reading. Journal of Victorian Culture vol. 13, (1) 58-79.
Rubery M(2007). Charles Dickens's A 'Tale of Two Cities'. DICKENS QUART vol. 24, (3) 179-182.
RUBERY MC(2007). Narrating the News: New Journalism and Literary Genre in Late Nineteenth-Century American Newspapers and Fiction. Media History vol. 13, (1) 115-117.
Rubery M(2007). Wishing to be interviewed in Henry James's The 'Reverberator'. HENRY JAMES REV vol. 28, (1) 57-72.
Rubery M(2006). Unspoken intimacy in Henry James's The 'Papers'. NINETEEN CENT LIT vol. 61, (3) 343-367.
Rubery M(2006). Life writing and Victorian culture. REV ENGL STUD vol. 57, (232) 841-843.
RUBERY MC(2004). Joseph Conrad’s “Wild Story of a Journalist”. ELH vol. 71, (3) 751-774.