Publications

Books

Murray, S., 2012, The Adaptation Industry: The Cultural Economy of Contemporary Literary Adaptation, Routledge, New York US.

Murray, S.E., 2004, Mixed Media: Feminist Presses and Publishing Politics, Pluto Press, London UK.

Journal Articles

Murray, S.E., 2015, Charting the digital literary sphere, Contemporary Literature [P], vol 56, issue 2, University of Wisconsin Press * Journal Division, Madison WI USA, pp. 311-339.

Murray, S., 2010, ‘Remix my lit’: towards an open access literary culture, Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technology [P], vol 16, issue 1, Sage Publications, United Kingdom, pp. 23-38.

Murray, S.E., 2009, Servicing ‘self-scheduling consumers’: public broadcasters and audio podcasting,Global Media and Communication [P], vol 5, issue 2, SAGE Publications, London, United Kingdom, pp. 197-219.

Murray, S.E., 2008, Materializing adaptation theory: The adaptation industry, Literature/Film Quarterly, vol 36, issue 1, Salisbury State University, Salisbury Maryland USA, pp. 4-20.

Murray, S.E., 2008, Phantom adaptations: Eucalyptus, the adaptation industry and the film that never was, Adaptation: The Journal of Literature on Screen Studies, vol 1, issue 1, Oxford University Press, Oxford UK, pp. 5-23.

Murray, S.E., 2007, Books as Media: Tha Adaptation Industry, International Journal of the Book, vol 4, issue 2, Common Ground Publishing, Melbourne, pp. 23-30.

Murray, S.E., 2007, Publishing Studies: Critically Mapping Research in Search of a Discipline, Publishing Research Quarterly, vol 22, issue 4, Transaction Periodicals Consortium, Piscataway, New Jersey, pp. 3-25.

Murray, S.E., 2007, Rights Culture: Authors, Publishers and the Digital Domain, Southern Review: Communication, Politics and Culture, vol 40, issue 1, RMIT Publishing, Melbourne, pp. 5-24.

Murray, S.E., 2006, Designing communication honours curricula: theory and practice in Australian higher education, Australian Journal of Communication, vol 33, issue 1, The University of Queensland, Brisbane Qld Australia, pp. 91-104.

Murray, S.E., 2005, Brand loyalties: rethinking content within global corporate media, Media, Culture & Society, vol 27, issue 3, Sage Publications Ltd, UK, pp. 415-435.

Murray, S.E., 2005, Think global, act global: corporate content streaming and Australian media policy,Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy, vol 116, issue August, University of Queensland, St Lucia Qld Australia, pp. 100-116.

Murray, S.E., 2004, Celebrating the Story the Way It Is: Cultural Studies, Corporate Media and the Contested Utility of Fandom, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, vol 18, issue 1, Routledge, UK, pp. 7-25.

Murray, S.E., 2004, The Cuala Press: Women, Publishing and the Conflicted Genealogies of ‘Feminist Publishing’, Women Studies International Forum, vol 27, issue 5, Pergamon, UK, pp. 489-506.

Murray, S.E., 2003, A book that will be read as long as films are seen: book-to-screen literary adaptions and the content economy, Proceedings of the Book Conference 2003 (in print and online formats): International Journal of the Book, Vol 1, vol 1, Common Ground Publishing, Melbourne Vic Australia, pp. 329-335.

Murray, S.E., 2003, Media Convergence’s Third Wave: Content Streaming, Convergence: The Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, vol 9, issue 1, Sage Publications Ltd, UK, pp. 8-18.

Murray, S.E., 2002, Harry Potter, Inc: Content Recycling for Corporate Synergy, M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture, ‘Loop’ issue, vol 5, issue 4, University of Queensland Media and Culture Centre, Brisbane Australia, pp. 1-5.

Murray, S.E., Morris, S., Roscoe, J., 2002, Women in/and Media Today, Hecate, vol 28, issue 2, Hecate Press, Brisbane Australia, pp. 126-144.

Murray, S.E., 2000, Deeds and Words: The Women’s Press and the Politics of Print, Women: A Cultural Review, vol 11, issue 3, Routledge, London UK, pp. 197-222.

Murray, S.E., 2000, One is not born, but becomes a bestseller: the publishing politics of Simone de Beauvoir’s The Second Sex, Hecate, vol 26, issue 1, Hecate Press, Brisbane Australia, pp. 144-160.

Book Chapters

Murray, S.E., 2012, The business of adaptation: Reading the market, in A Companion to Literature, Film and Adaptation, eds Deborah Cartmell, Wiley-Blackwell, West Sussex UK, pp. 122-139.

Murray, S.E., 2012, Where did your adaptation begin?: book fairs, screen festivals and writers’ weeks as engine-rooms of adaptation, in Adaptation and Cultural Appropriation: Literature, Film and the Arts, eds Pascal Nicklas and Oliver Linder, De Gruyter, Berlin Germany, pp. 57-69.

Murray, S.E., 2008, Feminist print cultures in the digital era, in Feminist Interventions in International Communication: Minding the Gap, eds Katharine Sarikakis and Leslie Regan Shade, Rowman & Littlefield, Lanham Maryland USA, pp. 259-275.

Murray, S.E., 2007, Generating Content: Book Publishing as a Component Media Industry, in Making Books: Contemporary Australian Publishing, eds David Carter and Anne Galligan, University of Queensland Press, Brisbane, pp. 51-67.

Murray, S.E., 2006, Content streaming, in Paper Empires: A History of the Book in Australia 1946-2005, eds Craig Munro and Robyn Sheahan-Bright, University of Queensland Press, St Lucia Qld Australia, pp. 126-131.

Murray, S.E., 2000, Live Authors, Live Issues: Dilemmas of Race and Authenticity in Feminist Publishing, in Alternative Library Literature, 1998/1999: A Biennial Anthology, eds Sanford Berman and James P. Danky, Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., pp. 42-56.

Other Publications

Murray, S.E., 2002, Cultural Economy: Cultural Analysis and Commercial Life, by Paul du Gay and Michael Pryke (eds), Media International Australia incorporating Culture and Policy, vol August, issue 116, Sage Publications, London UK, pp. 119-120.