Matthew Steggle, Digital Humanities and the Lost Drama of Early Modern England: Ten Case Studies (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2015). "Brilliant and scrupulous" (Notes and Queries).
Matthew Steggle, Laughing and Weeping in Early Modern Theatres (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007). "A fascinating and welcome study... an immensely valuable resource for future scholarship" (Early Theatre); "offers a wealth of evidence about early modern performance practices that has never been amassed before" (Review of English Studies); "this thoughtful, useful book" (Times Literary Supplement).
Lisa Hopkins (50%) and Matthew Steggle (50%), Renaissance Literature and Culture (London: Continuum, 2006). "the background of English Renaissance literature in a nutshell... squeeze[s] a tremendous amount of readable information into a mere 144 pages" (Sixteenth Century Journal).
Matthew Steggle, Richard Brome: Place and Politics on the Caroline Stage (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2004). "Admirable and clear-headed" (Times Literary Supplement); "most impressive" (Ben Jonson Journal); "advances... discussion by several giant leaps" (Comparative Drama);"a thoroughly good book" (Notes and Queries).
Matthew Steggle, Wars of the Theatres: The Poetics of Personation in the Age of Jonson (Victoria, B.C.: English Literary Studies, 1998). "Steggle is one of the most promising and productive of the newest generation of Jonsonians" (Ben Jonson Journal).
David McInnis and Matthew Steggle, eds., Lost Plays in Shakespeare’s England (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014). Includes a co-authored "Introduction", and a chapter by Steggle, "Lost, or Rather Surviving as a Very Short Document". "McInnis and Steggle redefine the field… genuinely innovative" (RES); "one of the pleasures of the season" (SEL); "a major achievement" (TLS).
Matthew Steggle, ed.,Volpone: A Critical Guide (London: Continuum, 2011). "The most wide-ranging and thought-provoking overview of Jonson's comedy ever assembled... Future study of Volpone starts here" (Richard Dutton, Ohio State University).
John Marston, The Complete Works of John Marston, gen. eds. Martin Butler and Matthew Steggle. 4 vols. Oxford: Oxford UP, forthcoming 2020.
William Shakespeare, Measure for Measure in Stephen Greenblatt, gen. ed., The Norton Shakespeare, 3rd edition (New York: W. W. Norton, 2015), 2171-2240.
Ben Jonson, Cynthia's Revels, or the Fountain of Self-Love, ed. Eric Rasmussen and Matthew Steggle, in Martin Butler, David Bevington, and Ian Donaldson, gen. eds., The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Ben Jonson (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012), 1. 429-548, 5. 1-100. "The Cambridge Jonson... can be welcomed as the outstanding edition of any English dramatist in our time" (TLS).
Richard Brome, The English Moor, ed. Matthew Steggle, in Richard A. Cave, gen. ed., Richard Brome Online (2010). Online at http://www.hrionline.ac.uk/brome/. ISBN 978-0-9557876-1-4.
Articles; chapters; notes:
“Marlowe and Lost Plays: The case of ‘The Maiden’s Holiday’” in Roslyn Knutson and Kirk Melnikoff, eds., Booking Marlowe Booking Marlowe: Cultures of Performance and Publication (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, forthcoming 2016). Winner of the 2015 Calvin and Rose G. Hoffman Prize for Distinguished Publication on Christopher Marlowe.
"Ben Jonson and Performance" in Eugene Giddens, ed., The Oxford Handbook of Ben Jonson (Oxford: Oxford UP, forthcoming): published online, October 2016, within Oxford Handbooks Online.
“The Humors in Humor: Shakespeare and Early Modern Psychology” in Heather Hirschfeld, ed., The Oxford Handbook of Shakespearean Comedy (Oxford: Oxford UP, forthcoming).
‘Two Emendations to Measure for Measure’, Notes and Queries (forthcoming, September 2016).
"Notes towards an analysis of early modern applause" in Katharine A. Craik and Tanya Pollard, eds., Shakespearean Sensations: Experiencing Literature in Early Modern England (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2013), 118-137.
"Essexianism and the work of Gervase Markham" in Annaliese Connolly and Lisa Hopkins, eds., Essex: The Cultural Impact of an Elizabethan Courtier (Manchester: Manchester UP, 2013), 47-62.
"The Alchemist: The State of the Art" in Helen Ostovich and Erin Julian, eds., The Alchemist: A Critical Reader, Arden Early Modern Drama Guides (London: Bloomsbury, 2013), 75-103.
"Jonson in the Elizabethan Era" in Julie Sanders, ed., Ben Jonson in Context (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2010), 15-22.
"Case studies in reading literary texts" in Robert C. Evans and Eric J. Sterling, eds., The Seventeenth-Century Literature Handbook (London: Continuum, 2010), 85-107.
"Doctor Faustus and the devils of Empedocles", Notes and Queries 56 (2009): 544-7.
Lisa Hopkins, Raymond G. Siemens, and Matthew Steggle, "EMLS: A Case Study in the Development of an Ejournal", in William R. Bowen and Raymond G. Siemens, eds., New Technologies and Renaissance Studies (Tempe, Arizona: Iter, 2008), 144-160.
"'Knowledge will be multiplied':
Digital literary studies and early modern literature", in Raymond G.
Siemens and Susan Schreibman, eds., A Companion to Digital
Literary Studies (Oxford: Blackwell, 2007), 82-105. Online at http://www.digitalhumanities.org/companion/DLS/.
"Cynthia waning: Cynthia's Revels
imagines the death of the Queen", in Annaliese Connolly and Lisa Hopkins,
eds., Goddesses and Queens: The Iconography of Elizabeth I (Manchester:
Manchester UP, 2007), 154-66.
"Aristophanes in Early Modern England"
in Edith Hall and Amanda Wrigley, eds., Aristophanes in Performance 421
BC-AD 2007: Peace, Birds, and Frogs (Oxford: Legenda, 2007), 52-65.
"Ben Jonson" in Andrew Hiscock and Lisa
Hopkins, eds., Teaching Shakespeare and Early Modern Dramatists (Basingstoke:
Palgrave Macmillan, 2007), 106-117.
"John Marston's Entertainment at Ashby
and the 1606 Fleet Conduit Eclogue", Medieval and Renaissance Drama
in England 19 (2006): 249-255.
"Demoniceacleare in The Miseries
of Inforst Mariage", Notes and Queries 53 (2006): 514-15.
"Players at the Maidenhead Inn, Islington,
1618", Notes and Queries 53 (2006): 519-21.
"Greenes Baboone: Thomas Greene, ape
impersonator?", Theatre Notebook 60 (2006): 72-5.
"Placing Caroline politics
on the professional comic stage" in Julie Sanders and Ian Atherton, eds,
The 1630s: Interdisciplinary Essays on Culture and Politics in the Caroline
Era (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2006), 154-70.
"The other side of the war: Marston and Dekker"
in Harold Bloom ed., Bloom's Period Studies: Elizabethan Dramatists
(Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 2004), 261-84 (rpt. of Chapter Two of Wars
of the Theatres).
"Horace the Second, or, Ben
Jonson, Thomas Dekker, and the Battle for Augustan Rome" in The Author
as Character: Representing Historical Writers in Western Literature ed.
Paul Franssen and Ton Hoenselaars (Madison: Farleigh Dickinson University
Press, 1999), 118-30.
"'Gums of glutinous heat'
and Euripides' Medea", Notes
and Queries 244 (1999): 328-30.