I am the editor of a digital archive of the ballad The Wandering Jew's Chronicle. I recently published an article on the ballad's textual descent. The Chronicle is a good teaching tool, and good to think with generally. The site includes an extensive commentary on the text, which I plan to extend.
Bodleian Ballads includes ImageMatch, an outstanding tool for tracing ballad woodcut illustrations made by Oxford's Visual Geometry Group in 2012, and now open-sourced. ImageBrowse is a further output of this collaboration. I continue to work on ballad and chapbook illustrations, particularly the Charnley-Dodd collection of woodblocks used in Newcastle for several generations.
I've published on modernist chapbooks and am interested in contemporary versions of the form. I am on the Bibliographical Society's working party on chapbooks, for whom I also oversee the Society's digital strategy.
My PhD was on the eighteenth-century Northampton and London-based printer William Dicey. I am a member of Council of Print Networks, for whom I am working on the future of the British Book Trade Index.
Copyright history, in the form of the Stationers' Register Online project which I co-direct unites my interests in book trade history and textual traditions.