• Of lostness and belonging: Interview with John Conyngham

      Blair, Peter; Chester College of Higher Education (Taylor & Francis, 2003-04)
      This article is an interview with the South African-born novelist John Conyngham, author of The arrowing of Cane (1986), The desecration of the graves (1990), and The lostness of Alice (1998).
    • ‘A pop star trapped in the body of a flasher’: An interview with David Gaffney

      Blair, Peter; Chantler, Ashley; University of Chester (Intellect, 2014-04-01)
    • Short on Sugar, High on Honey: Micro Love Stories

      Hazuka, Tom; Budman, Mark; Blair, Peter; Chantler, Ashley; N/A (Flash: The International Short-Short Story Press, 2018-01-18)
      300 little love stories; seven to thirteen words.
    • Stronger faster shorter: Flash fictions

      Swann, David; Blair, Peter; Chantler, Ashley; University of Chichester ; University of Chester (Flash: The International Short-Short Story Press, 2015-04-22)
      A collection of twenty-five short-short stories.
    • That "ugly word": Miscegenation and the novel in preapartheid South Africa

      Blair, Peter; Chester College of Higher Education (John Hopkins University Press, 2003)
      This article discusses the role of miscegenation in the elaboration of racial identity in South Africa before 1948. Links and limitations between miscegenation and race change in South African English novels of this period, particularly Sarah Gertrude Millin's "God's step-children" are explored.
    • Travelling Solo: Flash Fictions

      Blair, Peter; Steward, David; Chantler, Ashley; N/A (Flash: The International Short-Short Story Press, 2018-03-01)
      In these thirty flash fictions, paths cross, people meet and part, and always there are consequences, often misremembered or misunderstood. Funny, caustic and poignant by turns, the stories remind us that we each find our own way through the muddle of life.