1. Dracula Invades England, Cristina Artenie

2. My Own Land’s Sins: An Anthology of Victorian Poetry, ed. C. Artenie

3. Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen

4. Histopias, Dragos Moraru

5. The Picture of Dorian Gray, Oscar Wilde

6. Gothic & Racism, Collection of Essays

7. Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure, John Cleland

8. Sense and Sensibility, Jane Austen

9. Dracula: A Study of Editorial Practices, Cristina Artenie

10. Dracula: The Postcolonial Edition, eds. C. Artenie & D. Moraru

11. Frankenstein, Mary Shelley

12. Ana Isabel: A Respectable Girl, Antonia Palacios (translated by RoseAnna Mueller)

13. Reaching for Intelligence Past, Guillaume Brunet, Lorraine Gaudreau, Agathe Riverin

14. À la Recherche de l’Intelligence Perdue,  Guillaume Brunet, Lorraine Gaudreau, Agathe Riverin

15. These Immortal Creation: Anthology of British Romantic Poetry, ed. Sylvia Hunt

16. Monsters & Monstrosity in 21st-Century Film and Television,  eds. Cristina Artenie& Ashley Szanter

17. Specialists: Passions & Careers, eds. Cristina Artenie & Dannielle Joy Davis

18. Goody Two-Shoes and other 18th-century British Short Stories, ed. Henry M. Wallace

19. American Notes, Charles Dickens

20. Queering Visual Cultures, ed. Subashish Bhattacharjee

21. Introduction to Literature: Planning and Teaching a First-year Course, Sylvia Hunt & Cynthia Parr

22. Racism and Discrimination in the Sporting World, Ed. Eileen M. Angelini

23. The Female Precariat: Gender and Contingency in the Professional Work Force, Margie Burns, Tamara Ionkova Hammond, Rachelann Lopp Copland

24. Journey to the Centre of the Mind: Life, Health and Happiness through the Eyes of a World-Renowned Neurosurgeon, A.V. Ciurea, T. Artenie

25. The Trail of the Serpent, Mary Elizabeth Braddon

26. The Vampyre and other British Stories of the Romantic Era, Ed. Henry M. Wallace