Books (academic)

  • Lokuge, C., 2006, ed., Toru Dutt: Collected Prose and Poetry, Oxford University Press, New Delhi India.
  • Lokuge, C., 2004, ed., Ratanbai: a High-Caste Child-Wife (Nikambe, S. M.), Oxford University Press, New Delhi India.
  • Lokuge, C., 2003, ed., Love and Life Behind the Purdah (Sorabji, C), Oxford University Press, New Delhi India.
  • Lokuge, C., 2001, ed., India Calling: The Memories of Cornelia Sorabji, India’s first woman barrister, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, India.
  • Lokuge C. 1998, ed., Saguna: The First Autobiographical Novel Written in English by an Indian Woman (Satthianadhan, K.), Oxford University Press, New Delhi, India.
  • Lokuge, C. 1998. ed., Kamala: The Story of an Indian Child-Wife, (Satthianadhan, K.) Oxford University Press, New Delhi, India

Books (creative)

  • Lokuge, C., 2011, Softly, As I Leave You, Novel, Arcadia, Melbourne Vic Australia.
  • Lokuge, C., 2003, Turtle Nest, Novel, Penguin Australia, Penguin India, Melbourne Victoria New Delhi India.
  • Lokuge, C., 2000, If the moon smiled, Novel, Penguin Australia, Penguin India, Melbourne Victoria New Delhi India
  • Lokuge, C., 1994, Moth and Other Stories, Dangaroo, Denmark/Sydney

Book chapters

  • Lokuge, C., 2014, The aesthetic of music in Amit Chaudhuri’s fiction, in Constructions of Home in Philosophy, Theory, Literature and Cinema: Essays in Honour of Nilufer E. Bharucha, eds Sridhar Rajeswaran and Klaus Stierstorfer, Centre for Advanced Studies in India, Bhuj-Kachchh Gujarat India, pp. 67-78.
  • Lokuge, C., 2013, Dialoguing with empire: The literary and political rhetoric of Sarojini Naidu, in India in Britain: South Asian Networks and Connections, 1858-1950, eds Susheila Nasta, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke UK, pp. 115-133.
  • Lokuge, C., 2011, Field notes: Discoveries of self in reading and teaching Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children, in Beyond ‘Other Cultures’: Transcultural Perspectives on Teaching the New Literatures in English, eds Sabine Doff and Frank Schulze-Engler, Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, Trier Germany, pp. 239-246.
  • Lokuge, C., 2008, A case for literature and the search for alternative visions of individual and national freedom: Michael Ondaatje’s Anil’s Ghost, in Arbiters of a National Imaginary: Essays on Sri Lanka, eds Chelva Kanaganayakam, International Centre for Ethnic Studies, Colombo Sri Lanka, pp. 106-113.

Journal articles

  • Lokuge, C., 2013 (late publication 2015), Sinhalese literary and cultural aesthetics: Martin Wickramasinghe’s novels Gamperaliya and Viragaya, Anglistica AION [E], vol 17, issue 2, Universita degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”, Dipartimento di Studi Letterari, Linguistici e Com, Naples Italy, pp. 77-87. View Publication
  • Lokuge, C., 2012, The novelist and censorship: A Sri Lankan-Australian perspective, South Asian Review [P], vol 33, issue 3, South Asian Review, USA, pp. 327-337.
  • Lokuge, C., 2011, Journey into Vishranti: a critico-autobiographical reflection on diasporic dis-belonging, Interventions: International journal of postcolonial studies [P], vol 13, issue 3, Routledge, UK, pp. 483-494.
  • Lokuge, C., 2010, The return journey and the aesthetic of rasa in Michael Ondaatje’s poetry, Moving Worlds: a journal for transcultural writings [P], vol 10, issue 2, University of Leeds, School of English, University of Leeds, pp. 79-91.
  • Lokuge, C., 2008, Revising the homeland: philosophical and aesthetic dimensions in Adib Khan’s Spiral Road, Asiatic: IIUM Journal of English Language and Literature, vol 2, issue 1, IIUM Press, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, pp. 47-57.
  • Lokuge, C., 2007, Waters of Desire, Meanjin: On Globalisation and Postcolonial Culture, vol 66, issue 2, Melbourne University Publishing, Melbourne, pp. 25-34.

Short fiction

  • Lokuge, C., 2014, Sand bars of memory: the tsunami in Sri Lanka, , Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Writings, University of Leeds UK. View Publication
  • Lokuge, C., 2013, A Shadow of Us, Short story, Ciclic, online, p. E.
  • Lokuge, C., 2004, Caves of Infinite Buddhas, Meanjin Company Ltd., Australia, pp. 119-123.
  • Lokuge, C., 2003, Her Red Scarf, Penguin Books, Vic Australia, pp. 82-87.
  • Lokuge, C., 2002, Mala’s baby in Gas and Air: Tales of Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond, Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, London UK, pp. 105-113.