Paula R. Backscheider and Catherine E. Ingrassia (eds.), British Women Poets of the Long Eighteenth Century: An Anthology (The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009).

Angela Bourke et al (eds.), The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing: Irish Women's Writing and Traditions (Cork University Press, 2002).

Andrew Carpenter (ed.), Verse in English from Tudor and Stuart Ireland (Cork University Press, 2003).

Andrew Carpenter (ed.), Verse in English from Eighteenth-Century Ireland (Cork University Press, 2000).

Cathryn A. Charnell-White (ed.), Beirdd Ceridwen: Blodeugerdd Barddas o Ganu Menywod hyd tua 1800 (Cyhoeddiadau Barddas, 2005).

Katie Gramich and Catherine Brennan (eds.), Welsh Women's Poetry 1460-2001: An Anthology (Honno, 2003).

Roger Lonsdale (ed.), Eighteenth-Century Women Poets: An Oxford Anthology (Oxford University Press, 1990).

Catherine Kerrigan (ed.), An Anthology of Scottish Women Poets (Edinburgh University Press, 1991).

Jane Stevenson and Peter Davidson (eds.), Early Modern Women Poets (1520-1700): An Anthology (Oxford University Press, 2001). 

Critical Studies

Jane Aaron, Nineteenth-Century Women's Writing from Wales: Nation, Gender and Identity (University of Wales Press, 2007).

John M. Adrian, Local Negotiations of English Nationhood, 1570-1680 (Palgrave, 2011).

Paula R. Backscheider, Eighteenth-Century Women Poets and Their Poetry: Inventing Agency, Inventing Genre (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2005).

Ros Ballaster (ed.), The History of British Women's Writing, 1690-1750 (Palgrave, 2010).

Elaine V. Beilin, Women Writers of the English Renaissance (Princeton University Press, 1987).

Caroline Bicks and Jennifer Summit (eds.), The History of British Women's Writing, 1500-1610 (Palgrave, 2010).

Kate Chedgzoy, Women's Writing in the British Atlantic World: Memory, Place and History, 1550-1700 (Cambridge University Press, 2007).

Thomas Owen Clancey, ‘Women Poets in Early Medieval Ireland: Stating the Case,’ in Christine Meek and Katherine Simms (eds.), The Fragility of her Sex? Medieval Irishwomen in their European Context (Four Courts Press, 1996).

Marie-Louise Coolahan, Women, Writing, and Language in Early Modern Ireland (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010).

K. Curtis, M. Haycock, E. ap Hywel and C. Lloyd-Morgan, ‘Beirdd benywaidd yng Nghymru cyn 1800,’ Traethodydd 41 (1986): 12-27.

Sarah Dunnigan, C. Marie Harker and Evelyn S. Newlyn (eds), Woman and the Feminine in Medieval and Early Modern Scottish Writing (Palgrave Macmillan, 2004).

Margaret J. M. Ezell, Writing Women's Literary History (The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1993).

Penny Fielding, Scotland and the Fictions of Geography: North Britain, 1760-1830 (Cambridge University Press, 2008).

Anne C. Frater, ‘Scottish Gaelic Women’s Poetry up to 1750,’ University of Glasgow, unpublished PhD thesis, 1994.

Anne C. Frater, ‘Women of the Gàidhealtachd and their Songs to 1750,’ in Elizabeth Ewan and Maureen M. Meikle (eds), Women in Scotland c.1100-c.1750 (Tuckwell Press, 1999), pp. 67-79.

Anne C. Frater, ‘The Gaelic Tradition up to 1750,’ in Douglas Gifford and Dorothy McMillan (eds), A History of Scottish Women’s Writing (Edinburgh University Press, 1997), pp. 1-14.

Catherine Gray, 'Katherine Philips in Ireland,' English Literary Renaissance 39.3 (2009): 557-585.

Catherine Gray, Women Writers and Public Debate in 17th-Century Britain (Palgrave, 2007).

Isobel Grundy and Susan Wiseman (eds.), Women, Writing, History, 1640-1740 (B. T. Batsford Ltd., 1992).

Wyn James, ‘Merched a’r Emyn yn Sir Gâr’, Barn 402/403 (1996), 26–9.

Wyn James, ‘Ann Griffiths: y cefndir barddol’, Llên Cymru 23 (2000), 147–70.

John Kerrigan, Archipelagic English: Literature, History, and Politics 1603-1797 (Oxford University Press, 2008).

Ceridwen Lloyd-Morgan, ‘Oral composition and written transmission: Welsh women’s poetry from the middle ages and beyond,’ Trivium 26 (1991): 149-65.

Ceridwen Lloyd-Morgan, ‘Women and their poetry in medieval Wales’ in Carol Meale (ed.), Women and Literature in Britain, 1150-1500 (Cambridge University Press, 1996), pp. 183–201.

Sarah Prescott, Archipelagic Orinda? Katherine Philips and the Writing of Welsh Women’s Literary History,’ Literature Compass 6/6 (2009): 1167-1176.

Sarah Prescott, Eighteenth-Century Writing from Wales: Bards and Britons (University of Wales Press, 2008).

Sarah Prescott, ‘“The Cambrian Muse”: Welsh Identity and Hanoverian Loyalty in the Poems of Jane Brereton (1685-1740),’ Eighteenth-Century Studies 38.4 (2005), 587-603.

Nia Powell, ‘Women and strict-metre poetry in Wales’, in Michael Roberts and S. Clarke (eds), Women and Gender in Early Modern Wales (University of Wales Press, 2000), pp.129-158.

Michael Roberts and Simone Clarke (eds), Women and Gender in Early Modern Wales (University of Wales Press, 2000).

Alexandra Shepard and Phil Withington, Communities in Early Modern England (Manchester University Press, 2000).

Jane Spencer, The Rise of the Woman Novelist from Aphra Behn to Jane Austen (Blackwell, 1986).

Susan Staves, A Literary History of Women's Writing in Britain, 1660-1789 (Cambridge University Press, 2006).

Mihoko Suzuki (ed.), The History of British Women's Writing, 1610-1690 (Palgrave, 2011).

Janet Todd, The Sign of Angellica: Women, Writing and Fiction, 1660-1800 (Virago, 1989).

Diane Watt, Secretaries of God: Women Prophets in Late Medieval and Early Modern England (D. S. Brewer, 1997).

Helen Wilcox (ed.), Women and Literature in Britain, 1500-1700 (Cambridge University Press, 1996).