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Index to the Housman Society Journal

The Housman Society is indebted to P.G. Naiditch for his invaluable help in both compiling this index and keeping it up to date.

The Housman Society was founded in 1973. In the following year, the first volume of the Housman Society Journal appeared. Vols. I-II (1974-75) were edited by Graham and Jennifer Speake; vols. III-VI (1977-80) by Richard Perceval Graves; vols. VII-XII (1981-86) by John Pugh; vols. XIII-XX by Alan Holden (1987-94); vols. XXI-XXIII (1995-97) by Alan Holden and Roy Birch; vols. XXIV-XXV (1998-99) by Alan Holden; vols. XXVI-XXXV (2000-9) by Jeremy Bourne; and XXXVI-XXXVIII (2010-12) by David Butterfield. Also in 2003 appeared The Housman Society Journal: an Anthology to Commemorate the Society’s First Thirty Years, 1973-2003, selected and edited by Alan Holden (abbrev.: Anth.). Names and phrases may be searched by holding down the control-key and simultaneously striking the letter ‘f’ (for ‘find’).

  • Adelman, Seymour, ‘The Influence of A. E. H. on My Life’ VII p. 54
  • Aktas, Alistair, ‘Bromsgrove Housman Verse Prize 2011: Thirteen’ XXXVII pp. 189-190
  • Albano, Giuseppe, ‘Housman’s Fluid Dynamics’ XXXI pp. 127-143
  • Anderson, Douglas A. ‘“A Story of Truth without Honour” by Laurence Housman An Introduction’ XXXIII pp. 39-45
  • Anonymous, ‘A Statue of A. E. Housman’ VIII p. iii
  • ‘A. E. Housman Remembered at University College, London’ XXII p. 13
  • ‘Professor Benjamin Franklin Fisher IV, Vice President of the Housman Society’ XII pp. 10-14
  • ‘The Laurence Housman Grace’ XI p. 5
  • obituaries, ‘Sir John Betjeman’, X pp. 80, 81-83; ‘Geoffrey Norman Horsfall Hardy’ XXIII p. 49
  • reports, XI pp. 16-17, 18, 19
  • review, A. E. Housman, More Poems, and A. S. F. Gow, A. E. Housman: a Sketch, Times Literary Supplement Oct. 24, 1936, reprinted XXIX pp. 12-22
  • review, White, William, A. E. Housman: a Bibliography, VIII p. 55
  • ‘ “Simplified” Housman Family Tree’ XXIII pp. 46-47
  • ‘Woodchester and A. E. H.: a Summer Visit’ XXI pp. 21-22
  • Arnott, W. Geoffrey, ‘Housman on Plautus and Horace: an Unpublished Letter’ XIV pp. 14-17
  • Banfield, Stephen, ‘Housman and the Composers’ XIII pp. 14-22 (= Anth. pp. 48-57)
  • Bates, J. C., ‘A. E. Housman and Poets’ Corner’ XVI pp. 25-26, XVII p. 67, XIX pp. 83-88
  • ‘AEH and the Welsh’ XIX pp. 89-91
  • review, A Shropshire Lad: with Wood Engravings by Nicholas Parry, XVII p. 74
  • Bateson, F. W., ‘The Composition of A Shropshire Lad lxiii’ I pp. 3-6
  • Bayley, John, [View of Some Housman Poems] XVII 27-31
  • review, Rome, G. E., Travails with a Skeleton: the Literary Remains of Alfred Codlin, Walton-on-Thames 1975, II pp. 53-55
  • Beckett, Lorna, ‘“Two Cities” – The True Author’ XXXI pp. 146-148
  • Benario, Herbert W., ‘Housman’s Career’ XIII pp. 46-52
  • Bennett, Alan, ‘Address ... at the Dedication of a Memorial Panel to A. E. Housman, Westminster Abbey, 17th September 1996’ XXII pp. 20-23
  • Berkeley, Michael, ‘The Housman Lecture: The Name and Nature of Poetry’ XXXVIII pp. 8-25
  • Betjeman, Sir John, ‘The Influence of A. E. H.’ VII p. 16
  • Bies, Werner, ‘Laurence Housman: an Annotated Bibliography of Writings about Him (Part I)’ VII pp. 47-53, (Part II) XI pp. 81-90
  • ‘Laurence Housman’s Works in German’ VI p. 18
  • Birch, J. Roy, ‘Classical Voices’ XIX pp. 51-60
  • ‘Ludlow, 19th-21st July’ XXII pp. 9-10 (= Anth. pp. 99-101)
  • ‘The Venice Quartet’ XIII pp. 54-55
  • query concerning Housman and Tennyson, XVIII p. 48
  • review, Clucas, Humphrey, Through Time and Place to Roam, XXI pp. 53-55
  • review, Housman, A. E., A Shropshire Lad, Woodstock Books, XXI p. 53
  • review, ‘Enoch Powell speaks to Ray Gosling, BBC Radio 4’, XXI pp. 48-49
  • Blackwell, Kenneth, [Note on Laurence Housman letters at McMaster University] I p. 55
  • Bloomfield, R. D., ‘A. E. Housman and Enoch Powell’ XXIV pp. 30-36
  • ‘Housman’s Bible’ XXIV pp. 82-87
  • ‘Housman’s Friendship with Joan Thomson’ XXVI pp. 99-105 (= Anth. pp. 141-147)
  • obituary: ‘Charles Brink (1907-1994)’ XXVII pp. 74-77
  • ‘On Being Present at a Housman Lecture’ XXI pp. 6-7
  • Born, Anne, ‘Clemence Housman’s First Book’ III pp. 57-66 (= Anth. pp. 9-17)
  • ‘The Artist as Writer: Clemence Housman’s Second Book, The Unknown Sea’ IV pp. 21-30
  • ‘“Dear Wood-Engraver”: the Art of Clemence Housman’ VII pp. 23-31
  • Bourne, Jeremy, ‘A Shropshire Lad in Music - 4th to 6th October 1996’ XXII pp. 14-16 (= Anth. pp. 104-108)
  • [‘A. E. Housman and Nevil Shute’] XX p. 62
  • [‘A. E. Housman’s Kyteless Inscription’] XX pp. 61-62
  • ‘Editor’s Note’ XXVI p. 7; cf. XXX p. 47
  • Foreword to ‘G. B. A. Fletcher’s Supplements to the Bibliography of Housman’ XXIX pp. 23-24
  • ‘Geoffrey Hill’s Golden Grove’ XXX pp. 158-162
  • ‘Hallelujah Hannah and Laurence’s Hymns’ XXXIII pp. 93-96
  • ‘Housman and Heine’ XXIV pp. 58-65
  • ‘Housman in the Air’ XXIII pp. 42-45
  • ‘Memories of Clemence and Laurence Housman’ by Mary Lovell with Jeremy Bourne XXXIII pp. 100-102
  • ‘Housman’s Soldiers: The Letters of G. H. Housman and the Military Poems of A. E. Housman and Rudyard Kipling’ XXIX pp. 80-97
  • ‘The Men Who Taught A. E. Housman’ XIX pp. 21-32
  • review, A Shropshire Lad: A. E. Housman. Photographs by Gareth B. Thomas XXXV 158-160
  • review, A. E. Housman: a Reassessment XXV pp. 115-120
  • review, Roberts, John Stuart, Siegfried Sassoon, XXVI pp. 119-121
  • Bradbury, John L., ‘Poetry and Place in A. E. Housman’ V pp. 11-19
  • obituary, ‘Tom Burns Haber’ III pp. 67-68
  • Breeze, Andrew, ‘A Verse by Cicero in Prose by Housman’ XXX pp. 167-168
  • ‘A.E.H. in Spanish Translation’ XXXIII pp. 83-86
  • ‘An Elegy on Housman by R. W. Parry (1884-1956)’ XXXII pp. 58-63
  • ‘Ashes under Uricon’ XXXI pp. 37-40
  • ‘By Onny and Teme and Clun’ XXXV pp. 34-40
  • ‘On Wenlock Edge’ XXXIV pp. 80-83
  • ‘The Antiquarian and the Lexicographer’: Two Views of J. E. B. Mayor’ XXXIX pp. 94-98
  • ‘The Wild Green Hills of Wyre and other Notes’ XXXVIII pp. 89-135
  • ‘To Teme nor Corve nor Severn Shore’ XXXVI pp. 154-157
  • ‘Worcester’s Roman Name, Buildwas, and Uricon’ XXXVII pp. 169-181
  • Browne, Piers, ‘Housman and a Fragment of Sappho loosely adapted from a Chapter in “An Elegy in Arcady”’ XV pp. 25-27, 29-39
  • ‘The “Picturesque” in Victorian Poetry and Painting, as Background to A Shropshire Lad’ XVI pp. 54, 56-57
  • Buckley, Sarah, ‘“I a stranger and afraid...”: Lyrics of A. E. Housman’ XXII pp. 45-48
  • Buncombe, M., see Tunnicliffe, J. D.
  • Burnett, Archie, ‘Errors in Housman Bibliography’ X pp. 49, 50-52
  • ‘Seymour Adelman and The Adelman Collection of A. E. Housman’ XII pp. 71-76
  • ‘The Housman Lecture. The Name and Nature of Poetry’ pp. 8-24
  • review, A. E. Housman: A Shropshire Lad with a note on the text by Michael Schmidt, XXV pp. 121-122
  • cf. ‘Housman Holdings in Oxford’ XIV p. 18
  • Butterfield, David, ‘Classical Verse Translations of the Poetry of Housman’ XXXVII pp. 185-188
  • ‘Editorial’ XXXVI p. 4
  • ‘Housman’s Cambridge Lectures’ XXXV pp. 122-148
  • ‘Housman’s Public Use of Reproof’ XXXVI pp. 158-170
  • ‘The Menu for a Dinner of the Family hosted by Housman in 1929’ XXXVII p. 191
  • Calder, W. M., III, ‘A. E. Housman on Nicolas and Karl’ VI pp. 13-15
  • ‘Once More, ASL XIX.28’ VI p. 30
  • Carey, John, ‘The Housman Lecture: The Name and Nature of Poetry’ XXVII pp. 8-22
  • Cartwright, John, ‘A. E. Housman and the 1909 Darwin Celebration’ XXXV pp. 18-33
  • ‘“Star-defeated sighs”: Classical cosmology and astronomy in he poetry of A. E. Housman’ XXXVII pp. 47-76
  • Charles-Edwards, Rt Rev. Mervyn, ‘Multum in Paruo: The Pocket Edition of A Shropshire Lad by A. E. Housman’ VIII pp. 1-3
  • Christensen, Peter G., ‘Clemence Housman’s Attack on King Arthur in The Life of Sir Aglovale de Galis’ XXXI pp. 63-88
  • Christie, Rechelle, ‘The Politics of Representation and Illustration in Clemence Housman’s The Were-Wolf’ XXXIII pp. 54-67
  • Clarke, Gillian, ‘The Housman Lecture: May 2013: The Company of Poets’ XXXIX pp. 9-20
  • Clucas, Humphrey, ‘A Conundrum from Percy Withers’ XXV pp. 102-103
  • ‘A. E. Housman and Witter Bynner: an Enigma’ XX pp. 52-58 (now, Through Time and Place to Roam: Essays on A. E. Housman, Salzburg 1995, pp. 26-31; = Anth. pp. 88-94)
  • ‘A. E. Housman, Cricket, and the Dating of a Talk on Matthew Arnold’ XX pp. 9-12 (now,Through Time and Place to Roam pp. 44-47)
  • ‘Cricket Again, and a Crux from Grant Richards’ XXIII pp. 26-27
  • ‘Housman and Haussmann’ XIX pp. 81-82
  • Letters to the editor, XX p. 51, XXIII p. 37
  • [The Name and Nature of Poetry] XIX pp. 9-12
  • review, Housman, A. E., Unkind to Unicorns ed. Birch, XXI pp. 49-50
  • review, Shaw, Robin, Housman’s Places, XXI p. 51
  • Colwill, Ronald, ‘A Shropshire Lad’ (verse) X p. 1
  • Cope, Wendy, ‘Two Poems’ XVI pp. 21-22
  • Cowperthwaite, Steven, review, Barlow, Michael, Whom the Gods Love, XXIV pp. 115-117
  • review, ‘“Beati Mortui” - Clucas’ XVIII pp. 72-73
  • Curtis, Simon, [View of some Housman poems] XVII pp. 31-34
  • Cusick, Edmund, ‘Ny Ålesund’ (verse) XXIV pp. 76-78
  • Cuthbertson, Guy, ‘“Bredon Hill” and “Adlestrop”‘ XXX pp. 163-166
  • Cubertson, Lucy, ‘The Women’s War will bring you Peace’ XXXVII pp. 121-128
  • Darby, Rev. Philip, ‘From the Secretary’s Desk’ XI pp. 107-109, XII p. 160
  • Daubney, Brian Blyth, ‘A Range of Hills’ XXXII pp. 67-75
  • Davies, Malcolm, ‘A. E. Housman and the 1934 Election to the Corpus Chair of Latin’ XXXV pp. 57-66
  • Dawney, Michael, ‘George Butterworth and A. E. Housman’ XVII pp. 68-70
  • De Navarro, Mary Anderson, ‘A. E. Housman’ XVI pp. 31-34
  • Deiter, Kristen, ‘“But Oh, Good Lord, the Verse You Make:” a Critical History of A. E. Housman’s “Terence, this is stupid stuff”‘ XXIII pp. 67-76
  • Dexter, Colin, ‘Halley’s Comet: No Sighting Yet’ XVII pp. 6-9
  • ‘Housman’s “Wordsworth”‘ XXXII pp. 50-55
  • ‘The Name and Nature of Poetry: Housman and the Personal Heresy’ XXX pp. 7-17
  • Dow, Eddy, ‘Self-Validation in Housman’s A Shrosphire Lad LXII (“Terence, This is Stupid Stuff”)’ IX pp. 12-13, 14
  • Downes, Peter, ‘Willie B. Manson and A Shropshire Lad’ XXX pp. 135-141
  • Drew, Fraser, ‘A Shropshire Lad in Ireland’ (verse) VI p. 18
  • ‘The Quietest Place Under the Sun’ X pp. 62, 63-65
  • ‘The Snows are Fled Away’ XII pp. 22-25
  • Drury, Martin, ‘Lost Content’ XXXII pp. 76-102
  • Du Plantis, J. [= Jesse Duplantis?], Housman’s Other Secret’ XXXVI pp. 171-172
  • Earle, The Reverend Nick, ‘Bromsgrove School from the Time of A. E. H. to the Present Day’ VIII pp. 45-50
  • Eaton, P. D., ‘Notes on the Diaries of A. E. Housman’ VIII pp. 8-12
  • ‘The Mystery of the Missing Article: a Last Note on the Diaries of A. E. Housman’ IX pp. 49, 51-52
  • Edwards, Christopher, [review:] The Letters of A E. Housman edited by Archie Burnett, XXXIII pp. 104-109
  • Efrati, Carol, ‘A. E. Housman’s Knowledge of Hebrew’ XXV pp. 83-86
  • ‘Housman, Hardy, and the Boer War Elegy’ XXV pp. 73-78 (cf. The Road of Danger, Shame and Guilt, Madison 2002, p. 32)
  • ‘Housman’s Alms of Evening’ XXVI pp. 48-54
  • ‘Housman’s Ambiguous Tree’ XXVI pp. 89-96
  • ‘Housman’s “Border-Ballad”‘ XXIII pp. 63-66
  • ‘Housman’s Culprit’ XX pp. 43-50
  • ‘Housman’s Devil’s Dance Hall’ XXII pp. 29-31
  • ‘Housman’s Escape from the Turning Mill’ XXIV pp. 22-29 (cf. The Road of Danger, Shame and Guilt, Madison 2002, p. 32)
  • ‘Housman’s “Far-Known Sign”‘ XXII pp. 41-44
  • ‘Housman’s Guides’ XXVI pp. 110-118
  • ‘Housman’s Inn of Reconciliation’ XXII pp. 54-55
  • ‘Housman’s Military Epitaphs’ XXVII pp. 79-90
  • ‘Housman’s Oracle’ XXV pp. 7982
  • ‘Housman’s Own Tommy Atkinses’ XXI pp. 37-39 (= Anth. pp. 95-98)
  • ‘Housman’s Pastoral Elegy’ XXIII pp. 21-25
  • ‘Housman’s Pack’ XX pp. 68-73
  • ‘Housman’s Price of Empire’ XXIV pp. 69-73
  • ‘Housman’s Prison’ XXIII pp. 31-33
  • Falk, Lars, ‘Latin and Ale: A. E. Housman and E. A. Karlfeldt’ XXX pp. 65-84
  • Feaver, Vicki, ‘Mr Housman and the Pretty Young Czech Lady’ XIV p. 65
  • Fisher, A. S. T., ‘Young Auden and Housman’s Poetry’ II pp. 3-5
  • Fisher, Benjamin Franklin, IV, ‘A. E. Housman to I. R. Brussel’ II pp. 17-19
  • ‘An Excursus on Clemence Housman’ X pp. 38, 39-44, 44A, 45-48
  • ‘For Housmaniacs’ XI pp. 91-97
  • ‘For Housmaniacs - a Bibliographical Essay’ III pp. 15-27
  • ‘The Housmans: Texts and Criticism since the Mid-Seventies’ IX pp. 41-49; corrigenda, X p. vi
  • ‘Writing about A. E. Housman: 1962-1972’ I pp. 7-15
  • ‘Writing about A. E. Housman: 1962-1972. Part II: Books’ II pp. 6-16
  • review, The Letters of A. E. Housman ed. Henry Maas, London 1971, I pp. 47-48
  • Fletcher, G. B. A., ‘Supplements to the Bibliography of Housman and other Housmanniana’ Durham University Journal 1946, reprinted XXIX pp. 23-38
  • ‘Two Notes on A. E. Housman’ II p. 20
  • Fox, Frederick, ‘A. E. Housman Comes Home’ XI pp. 1-2. 3-5
  • review, The Index to Bromsgrove and the Housmans, X pp. 107-108
  • France, John, ‘Muriel Herbert: “Loveliest of Trees” a Long-forgotten Setting’ XXXVII pp. 77-81
  • French, Tom, ‘Housman and the Food of Love’ XXX pp. 110-127
  • Gasser, Brian, ‘A Soldier Cheap to the King and Dear to Me’ IV pp. 31-38
  • ‘George Herbert Housman: a Letter from the Front’ IX pp. 7-12
  • ‘Herbert Housman’s Military Career: Some Details’ VIII pp. 3-5
  • Gates, John, ‘A Housman Poem?’ X pp. 29, 30-37
  • ‘A. E. Housman’s Rhymes’ X pp. 2-6
  • Geras, Adèle, ‘The Sampler Alphabet’ XXVI pp. 55-58
  • Gillespie, Daniel, ‘Housman and Modernism’ XXXIV pp. 112-123
  • Giordano, Frank R., Jr, ‘Art and Imagination in Lyrics 51 of “A Shropshire Lad”‘ III pp. 45-53
  • Goldring, Douglas, ‘A Visit to A. E. Housman’ XVI pp. 50-53
  • Goodison, ir Nicholas, ‘Housman in the Highlands: a Poet’s Argyllshire Holiday’ CCCVI pp. 54-59
  • Gornall, John, ‘Two Notes Prompted by The Poems of A. E. Housman, ed. Archie Burnett (Oxford, 1997)’ XXV pp. 99-101
  • ‘Was the Real Author Dominick Medina? A Note on the Reception of Housman’s Poetry’ XXVII pp. 91-92
  • Gottcent, John, ‘A Note on Housman’s “A Shropshire Lad”‘ III pp. 43-44
  • Gow, A. S. F., ‘A. E. Housman at Oxford’ II pp. 21-24
  • ‘A. E. Housman at Trinity: a Memory’ I pp. 16-18
  • Gowrie, Lord, ‘The Housman Lecture - W. H. Auden’ XXIV pp. 8-29
  • Graves, J. T. R., ‘The Lost Books of Livy’ V pp. 32-33
  • Graves, Richard Perceval, ‘A Letter from G. Herbert Housman, January 7 1892’ III pp. 12-14 = ‘A Letter from L./Cpl. Herbert Housman 6365 “E” Company 4th Battalion King’s Royal Rifles’ VII pp. 42-44
  • ‘A Letter from G. Herbert Housman - January 21, 1892’ IV pp. 12-14 = ‘A Letter from L./Cpl. Herbert Housman 6365 “E” Company 4th Battalion King’s Royal Rifles’ VIII pp. 6-8
  • ‘A Letter from G. Herbert Housman - February 3d, 1892’ V pp. 8-11 (cf. ‘Herbert Housman in the 1890s’ VI p. 9)
  • ‘A Letter from L/C G. Herbert Housman 6365 “E” Coy. 4th Battalion King’s Royal Rifles’ VI pp. 6-9 = ‘A Letter from L./Cpl. Herbert Housman 6365 “E” Co. 4th Batt. King’s Royal Rifles’ X pp. 25-28 = XI pp. 75-80
  • ‘A Letter from L./Cpl. Herbert Housman 6365 “E” Company 4th Battalion King’s Royal Rifles’ [Feb. 17, 1892] XII pp. 26-29
  • ‘Biography and A. E. Housman’ XII pp. 15-21
  • ‘More Poems by A. E. Housman’s Maternal Grandfather’ VI pp. 15, 17
  • ‘Poems by A. E. Housman’s Grandfather’ III pp. 54-56
  • ‘The Housman Lecture: The Name and Nature of Poetry’ XXXVI pp. 8-22
  • ‘The Scholar-Poet Revisited’ XXXIV pp. 18-30
  • ‘Writing about A. E. Housman’ V pp. 26-30
  • letter, IX p. 32
  • review, Housman, Laurence, Moonlight and Fairyland: Fairy Tales, London, V p. 39
  • Greene, Ghussan R., ‘Housman since 1936 - Popular Responses and Professional Revaluations in America’ XII pp. 30-46
  • Greenlaw, Lavinia, ‘The Housman Lecture: The Name and Nature of Poetry’ XXXV pp. 7-17
  • Greer, Germaine, ‘The Housman Lecture: The Name and Nature of Poetry’ XXVIII pp. 9-23
  • Hahn, H. George, ‘Symbolic Landscaping: Housman’s Bredon Hill’ VIII pp. 51, 52
  • Hales, Owen (pseud.?), letters to the Editor, VII p. 83, VIII p. 53
  • ‘Ludlow 1983 in Retrospect’ IX pp. 33-34
  • ‘Television and the Other Housmans’ X pp. 91-92
  • review, Page, Norman, A. E. Housman: a Critical Biography, X pp. 100-102
  • Hall, Gaston, ‘A French Antecedent of “Bredon Hill”’ XXXVII pp. 164-158
  • Halpern, Mark, ‘Germaine Greer on Poetry and Housman’s Taste’ XXIX pp. 75-77
  • ‘Housman and Edmund Wilson: the Scholarly Critic on the Critical Scholar’ XXVIII pp. 82-93
  • Harrison, James, ‘A. E. Housman’s “Gutter”‘ IX pp. 1-7
  • Hart, Linda, ‘Laurence Housman: a Subject in Search of a Biographer’ XXXI pp. 15-36
  • ‘Those Interesting Siblings’ XXXV pp. 149-154
  • Haynes, George E., ‘Housman’s Shropshire’ XX pp. 17-21
  • ‘The Importance of Housman’s Lad [and his Use of Lad]’ XXXVII pp. 110-120
  • Heap, G. V. M., ‘Housman’s Alterations in the Text of “A Shropshire Lad”‘ VII pp. 70, 72-78, 80
  • ‘Last Poems III: an Interpretation’ IV pp. 4-11
  • Hickman, Lisa C., ‘William Faulkner and A. E. Housman: a Writer’s Poet’ XXVII pp. 23-35
  • Hijikata, Tatsuzo, ‘How I Discovered A. E. Housman’s Poetry’ VII pp. 31, 33, 35
  • ‘How the Housman Society of Japan Came to be Founded’ IX pp. 23-25
  • ‘The Gow Collection’ IX pp. 25, 26-32
  • Hill, Alberta, ‘An Explanation’ and ‘Spinoza II’: The Housman Verse Prize at Bromsgrove School, XXXII pp. 56-57
  • Hill, Suzette A., review, Three Bromsgrove Poets, XXX pp. 170-172
  • Hoagwood, Terence Allan, ‘Classical Scepticism in the Poetry of A. E. Housman’ XIV pp. 19-28 (= Anth. pp. 58-68)
  • ‘Poetic Design in More Poems: Laurence and A. E. Housman’ Part I, XII pp. 77-86, Part II, XIII pp. 7-13
  • ‘Three Parodies’ VIII p. 54
  • Hodges, Shari, ‘The Motif of the double in Clemence Housman’s The Were-Wolf’ XVII pp. 57-66
  • Holden, Alan, ‘A. E. H. and Molly Holden’ XV pp. 49-50
  • ‘Another Poet in the Family’ [A. W. Housman] XVIII pp. 64-65
  • ‘Comrade, look not on the West’ XXVIII pp. 40-52
  • [Housman and Emily Dickinson] XVIII p. 49
  • ‘Introduction’ Anth. pp. 3-4
  • [Introductory note onThe Name and Nature of Poetry] XIX pp. 7-8
  • ‘MP IX’ XXIV pp. 89-90
  • ‘Mutilated by Music’ XVIII pp. 37-38
  • [Notes and Queries (i-ii, iv)] XIX pp. 97, 98
  • ‘The Man who Killed A. E. Housman’ XIX pp. 93-95
  • ‘Three Views of Some Housman Poems’ [note] XVII p. 27
  • ‘Yon Far Country – Some Favourite Poems and Others’ XXXIII pp. 25-38
  • query concerning MP XXX, XVIII p. 49
  • reply, XX p. 51
  • review, Bayley, John, Housman’s Poems, XVIII pp. 68-71
  • review, Bourne, Jeremy, ed., Soldier, I wish you well, XXVIII pp. 128-129
  • review, Brink, C. O., English Classical Scholarship (re-issue) XXIV pp. 110-112
  • review, Browne, Piers, A Shropshire Lad, XIV pp. 79-81
  • review, Browne, Piers, An Elegy in Arcady, XV pp. 53-56
  • review, Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester (Vol. 83, Number 2, Summer 2001’ [on Walter de la Mare], XXX pp. 169-170
  • review, Collected Poems of Humphrey Moore, XXIII 80-82
  • review, Fraser, Claud Lovat, A Shropshire Lad, illus., XXI pp. 57-58
  • review, Hart, Linda, Once They Lived in Gloucestershire, XXI pp. 59-60
  • review, Hibberd, Dominic, Wilfred Owen, XXVIII pp. 123-128
  • review, The Poems of A. E. Housman ed. Archie Burnett, XXIV pp. 11-21 (= Anth. pp. 117-129)
  • review, Housman, A. E., A Shropshire Lad, illustrated by Robin Bell Corfield, XVII pp. 71-72
  • review, Housman, A. E., Collected Poems and Selected Prose, ed. C. Ricks, XIV pp. 82-85
  • review, Kemp, Sandra, et al., Edwardian Fiction: an Oxford Companion, XXIII pp. 77-78
  • review, Lloyd, David, The Concise History of Ludlow, XXV pp. 122-124
  • review, Page, Norman, A. E. Housman: a Critical Biography (reprint), XXII pp. 67-68
  • review, Rennison, Nick / Schmidt, Michael, edd., Poets on Poets, XXIV pp. 107-110
  • review, Ricks, Christopher, The Force of Poetry, XIII pp. 56-57
  • review, Rogerson, Ian, The Wood Engravings of Agnes Miller Parker, XXXII pp. 137-40
  • review, Stoppard, Tom, The Invention of Love XXIV pp. 113-115
  • review, Whitehead, John, Hardy to Larkin: Seven English Poets, XXI pp. 60-61
  • Holden, Molly, ‘A. E. H.: a Tribute in Prose and Verse’ II pp. 25-28
  • Hopkins, Stuart, ‘A. E. Housman’s “De Amicitia”‘ XXVI pp. 31-42
  • ‘Housman and Votes for Women’ XXVI pp. 62-72
  • ‘The Letters of Oscar Wilde addressed to Laurence Housman’ XXVI pp. 46-53
  • ‘The Reverend John Williams DD: a Commentary’ XXV pp. 93-96
  • Hopkinson, Neil, ‘The Book of Moss: Housman, Manilius and M. J. Jackson, XXXVII pp. 88-109
  • Horsey, Nicholas, ‘St. Anne’s Church, Lancaster, Home of the Reverend Robert Housman: a Report on the Duke’s Playhouse’ X pp. 77-78
  • Horwood, F. C., ‘An Experience of Housman’ VII pp. 69-70
  • review, Takeuchi, Yutaka, The Exhaustive Concordance to the Poems of A. E. Housman, Tokyo 1971, II p. 56
  • [Housman, A. E.,] ‘Verses by A. E. Housman’ (from Ye Rounde Table) VI p. 21
  • Housman, (Henry) Stephen, ‘Laurence Housman’s Hymns’ XVII pp. 17-24
  • Letter [on pronouncing the name ‘Housman’] XVII pp. 25-26
  • ‘The Death of Robert Holden Housman’ XXIV p. 88
  • ‘The Housman Banners’ XVIII pp. 39-47, XIX pp. 39-50
  • ‘The Reverend John Williams, D.D. Part One’ XXIV pp. 41-57; ‘Part Two’ XXV pp. 33-46
  • ‘The Unveiling - a Personal Record’ XI pp. 20-23
  • see also XIX p. 99
  • Housman, Laurence, ‘A Poet in the Making’ XXVIII pp. 24-33
  • ‘“A Story of Truth without Honour” by Laurence Housman An Introduction’ by Douglas A. Anderson XXXIII pp. 39-45
  • Housman Society Member, ‘Housman Dinner’ XI pp. 24-25
  • Hughes, Frieda, ‘The Housman Lecture: The Name of the Nature’ XXXIV pp. 7-17
  • Hunt, Jo (since 1995, Joe), ‘“A Happy Noise to Hear”‘ XV pp. 18-20
  • ‘A Lay of Lombard Street’ (verse) X pp. 94-95
  • ‘A Poet’s Physician’ XXIII pp. 34-36
  • ‘A Shropshire Lad’s Homecoming’ XII pp. 47-49
  • ‘A. E. Housman and a Translation from Horace’ V pp. 30-31
  • ‘A. E. Housman and Music’ XIV pp. 56-62
  • ‘A. E. Housman’s Ludlow Memorial’ XXI pp. 16-18
  • ‘Au Revoir and Goodbye’ XIII pp. 4-6
  • ‘Barbue Housman’ IV p. 41; corr. V p. 42 (see R. P. Graves, A. E. Housman: the Scholar/Poet, London 1979, p. 282 n. 17; now, XXI pp. 8-10)
  • ‘Byron Cottage’ XX pp. 60-61
  • ‘F. C. Horwood’ XVII p. 15
  • ‘From the Secretary’s Desk’ VI pp. 34-36
  • ‘Housman Commemoration - Ludlow April 25th 1992’ XVIII pp. 6-8
  • [Housman Family Gravestone Inscriptions from Skerton] XXI p. 40
  • ‘Hughley or Hagley?’ I p. 19
  • ‘Laurence Housman - the Younger Brother’ XVI pp. 6-19 (= Anth. pp. 69-87)
  • ‘Letter to the Editor’ XXI p. 36
  • ‘Noel Victor Housman Symons, C.I.E.; M.C.; J.P. (1894-1986): a Tribute’ XII pp. 1-8
  • ‘The Immortal Memory of A. E. Housman’ VII pp. 55-57, 59
  • ‘The Immortal Memory of A. E. Housman’ XI pp. 28-32
  • ‘Laurence Housman - Quaker’ XI pp. 73-74
  • ‘The Ludlow Commemoration’ XVI pp. 23-24
  • ‘The Three Housmans’ II pp. 29-32
  • ‘The Thicknesse Letters’ XVIII pp. 23-26
  • correspondence, verse in the Pall Mall Gazette of 1895, IV p. 44
  • letters, XVIII p. 28
  • obituaries: IX pp. 71-72, XXII pp. 27-28 (Jack Bates)
  • parody, X p. 96
  • query concerning Col. Harold Chippendall, XVIII 50
  • review, Laurence Housman - Catalogue of the Ian Kenyur-Hodgkins Collection, X pp. 102-104
  • review, Jebb, Keith, A. E. Housman, XVII pp. 72-74
  • Hunt, Jo / Housman, H. Stephen, ‘An Appeal’ XIX p. 99
  • Hunt, Joe: see Hunt, Jo
  • Hunt, Julian, ‘Bromsgrove and the Housmans Revisited’ XXXV pp. 77-86.
  • ‘Housman History 1500-1913’ XXXVIII pp. 42-68
  • ‘The Will of the Reverend Robert Housman, 1837’ XXXVII pp. 82-87
  • Ireson, Tony J., ‘“Mastermind” - 9 February 1986’ XII pp. 116-119
  • Jackson, Andrew, ‘A Pivotal Friendship’ XXXVI pp. 45-53
  • ‘Corrections’ XXXVIII p. 189
  • ‘Moses Jackson’s Family’ XXXVIII pp. 79-88
  • Jardine, Lisa, ‘The Housman Lecture: The Name and Nature of Poetry’ XXXII pp. 7-13
  • ‘Jaspistros’ ‘An Urban Lad’ XIII pp. 29-32
  • Jenkins, Clive, ‘“My father’s family was Lancashire” The Housmans of Lune Bank in the Nineteenth Century’ XXXVI pp. 77-101
  • ‘Corrections’ XXXVIII p. 189
  • ‘The “Earlier” Housmans and the Bromsgrove School, c. 1800-1854’ XXVI pp. 58-69
  • ‘“Uncle Joe”: the Reverend Joseph Brettell Housman and the family of Perry Hall (part 1)’ XXIX pp. 39-62
  • “‘Uncle Joe: the Revd Joseph Brettell Housman. Part II’ XXXI pp. 106-126
  • ‘University Days: a Housman, a Brettell, a Vernon at Regency Cambridge’ XXVII pp. 70-73
  • Jenkinson, Leonard, ‘A. E. Housman and Cricket’ XXIII pp. 28-30
  • Jones, Celia, ‘Bête Grise, Buttercups and Bicycles. Laurence Housman and Chipping Campden’ XXXIV pp. 35-50
  • Jowett, Irene and Don, ‘Poetry, Pastiche and Parody: an Analysis of a series of poems which purport to be in the style of A. E. Housman’ XXX pp. 48-64
  • Keeline, Tom, ‘Vir in uoluendis lexicis satis diligens: A. E. Housman and the Thesaurus Linguae Latinae’ XXXVI pp. 64-76
  • Kelly, Warren H., ‘The Mechanics of Metaphor in A Shropshire Lad’ XXVII pp. 93-103
  • Kennedy, Kate, ‘“…And lads are in love with the grave” The peculiar appeal of A Shropshire Lad’ XXXIV pp. 31-34
  • Kenney, E. J., ‘The Immortal Memory of A. E. Housman’ III pp. 5-11
  • Kirkup, James, ‘A Shropshire Lad: a New Recording of Housman Settings’ VIII pp. 24, 25-27
  • ‘A. E. Housman in 1984’ XI pp. 63-68
  • letter to the Editor, VII pp. 83-84
  • Laleham, John, ‘Construction of the Queen’s Highway’ (verse) XXVIII pp. 113-114
  • Leach, Colin, ‘A. E. Housman and Classical Scholarship, then and now’ XXXI pp. 59-62
  • letter to the Editor, XXXIII p. 103 [on ‘A. E. Housman’s Letters’]
  • review, Brink, C. O., English Classical Scholarship, XIV pp. 74-77
  • review, Efrati, Carol, The Road of Danger, Guilt and Shame, XXVIII pp. 121-123
  • review, Jackson, Andrew, ed., ‘A Fine View of the Show: Letters from the Western Front’ XXXVI pp. 173-174
  • review, Marcus Manilius: Astronomica (5 vols) edited by A. E. Housman… Cambridge University Press reprint 2011), XXXVII pp. 192-194
  • review, Naiditch, P. G., A. E. Housman at University College, London, XV pp. 51-53
  • review, Naiditch, P. G., Additional Problems in the Life and Writings of A. E. Housman, XXXI pp. 152-153
  • review, Naiditch, P. G., Problems in the Life and Writings of A. E. Housman, XXII pp. 57-59
  • Levine, Robert T., ‘Girl’s Garland: a Reading of Housman’s “To an Athlete Dying Young”‘ V pp. 34-35
  • Lindop, Grevel, ‘“Something to do with Violence”: Philip Larkin and A. E. Housman’ XX pp. 24-30
  • Lovell, Mary, with Jeremy Bourne, ‘‘Memories of Clemence and Laurence Housman’ XXXIII 100-102
  • Lunt, Canon R. G., Address at the Housman Society Dinner, VIII pp. 13, 14-16
  • Maas, Henry, ‘Additions and Corrections to The Letters of A. E. Housman II pp. 33-35
  • ‘On Editing A. E. Housman’s Letters’ VII pp. 19-21
  • Macadie, Robert S., ‘Housman: a Cry against the Wind’ XXXVIII pp. 26-41.
  • Malone, Richard, ‘A. E. Housman’s Usages in the Oxford English Dictionary (OED)’ XXX pp. 128-130
  • ‘Etiquette in Pandemonium: Grant Richards and the Early American Editions of A. E. Housman’s A Shropshire Lad’ XXXI pp. 53-58
  • Mandel, Jerome, ‘Housman’s Insane Narrators’ XV pp. 7-17
  • Mandel, Miriam B., ‘Housman’s “Loveliest of Trees”‘ XIV pp. 66-68
  • Markel, Michael H., ‘A. E. Housman’s Modern Love Poetry’ II pp. 36-41
  • Marlow, Norman, ‘The Prose Style of A. E. Housman’ I pp. 20-26
  • correspondence, on the Rev. Greville Cooke, IV p. 45
  • Maruya, Haruyasu, ‘A Study of A. E. Housman with Special Reference to his Pessimism’, Part I, XII pp. 150-159, Part II, XIII pp. 33-43
  • ‘Shropshire in September: a Journey to Housman Country’ XII pp. 87-91
  • Mason, James, letter, XII pp. [51-]52
  • Maund, Andrew, ‘A Shropshire Lad and the Internet’ XXVII pp. 54-57
  • ‘A Shropshire Lad and the Internet. Part Two’ XXVIII pp. 79-82
  • ‘A Shropshire Lad and the Internet. Part Three’ XXIX pp. 98-101
  • ‘Hugh Gaston Hall: an Appreciation’ XXXV 161-164
  • ‘Teaching the Text’ XXXIII pp. 68-82
  • ‘The Housman Lecture: The Name and Nature of Poetry, by Christopher Ricks’ XXIV pp. 8-10
  • report: Lisa Jardine, ‘ , ‘The Housman Lecture: The Name and Nature of Poetry’ XXXII pp. 7-13
  • review: Dean, Roy, Mainly in Fun, XXXI pp. 151-152
  • McGregor-Smith, Jennie, ‘New Work for the Centenary of A Shropshire Lad’ XXI pp. 42-43
  • McKie, David, ‘Housman Abroad’ XXXIX pp. 21-78
  • (i) Houaman’s Dream-of 1931’ pp. 21-33
  • (ii) Housman’s Helpful Companion’ pp. 32-41
  • (iii) ‘The Letter to Powell’ pp. 42-45
  • (iv) ‘The True Text of the Letter to Powell and a second Letter’ pp. 46-54
  • Notes pp. 55-78
  • ‘Jacksoniana’ XXXVII pp. 129-163
  • Midgley, Mary, ‘Fatalism and Freedom’ XI pp. 69-72
  • Mix, Katherine Lyon, ‘An Englishwoman’s Love-Letters’ III pp. 28-37
  • ‘Laurence and the Queen’ VII pp. 35-39
  • ‘Laurence Housman and the Censor’ V pp. 4-8
  • ‘Laurence the Letter-Writer’ XIII pp. 23-28
  • ‘Laurence, Clemence, and Votes for Women’ II pp. 42-52
  • Morris, Delia, with Ughetto, André, ‘The Problems and Pleasures of Translating A. E. Housman’s A Shropshire Lad’ XXXIV pp. 84-91
  • Morrison, Richard, ‘Shropshire Lad Remembered’ Times = XXII pp. 11-12 (= Anth. pp. 102-103)
  • Monthertrand, Lois, ‘Bells in the Tower: Patrick O’Brian’s unattributed use of AP IX, in his novel The Thirteen-Gun Salute’ XXVIII pp. 106-111
  • Naiditch, P. G., ‘A Cautionary Tale’ XXI p. 15 (now, APLW/AEH p. 78)
  • ‘A Chronological Analysis of A. E. Housman’s Notebook A’ X pp. 7-24 (now, Problems in the Life and Writings of A. E. Housman, Beverly Hills 1995, pp. 101-110)
  • ‘A Chronological Note on Labels A and B of A Shropshire Lad’ XVI pp. 28-30 (now, PLW/AEH pp. 1 13-116)
  • ‘A Forgotten Plagiary’ XXVII pp. 104-106 (now, Additional Problems in the Life and Writings of A. E. Housman, Los Angeles 2005, pp. 152-155)
  • (ed.) ‘A Forgotten Report of a Paper by A. E. Housman’ XXXIV pp. 124-126
  • ‘A New Annotated Hand-List for A. E. Housman: A Shropshire Lad’ XXXII pp. 120-136; see now the replacement, below ‘Towards a new Bibliography of A Shropshire Lad, XXXXIX pp. 99-119
  • ‘A New Book inscribed by A. E. Housman’ XXVI pp. 84-86 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 28-30)
  • ‘A New Firm of Publishers’ XXIX pp. 64-65 (now, APLW/AEH p. 14)
  • ‘A Note on Conduct’ XIV pp. 69-73 (now, PLW/AEH pp. 190-194)
  • ‘A Note on Wrappers on A Shropshire Lad’ XXIV pp. 39-40 (now, APLW/AEH p. 94)
  • ‘A Photograph of A. E. Housman’ XVIII pp. 66-67 (now, PLW/AEH pp. 36-37)
  • ‘A Shropshire Lad XXI:26’ XXIV p. 38 (now, APLW/AEH p. 76).
  • ‘A Shropshire Lag by Terence Beersay’ XXV pp. 62-63 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 111-112)
  • ‘A. E. Housman and Babu English’ XXXVIII pp. 185-186
  • ‘A. E. Housman and Frank Harris’ XXI pp. 10-12 (cf. XXII p. 49) (now, APLW/AEH pp. 23-25)
  • ‘A. E. Housman and J. L. Paton’ XXIX pp. 65-66 (now, APLW/AEH p. 15)
  • ‘A. E. Housman and Music: a Note’ XIV pp. 63-64 (now, PLW/AEH pp. 131-132)
  • ‘A. E. Housman and Sir William Ridgeway’ XXXIII p. 92
  • ‘A. E. Housman and the Hebrew Language’ XXVI pp. 76-78 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 145-147)
  • ‘A. E. Housman and the Library of University College, London: a Forgotten Anecdote’ XXIV pp. 66-68 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 18-19)
  • ‘A. E. Housman and the Public Oratorship at Cambridge’ XXI pp. 12-13 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 25-26)
  • ‘A. E. Housman and the Supernatural’ XXI p. 14 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 147-148)
  • ‘A. E. Housman and W. H. Mallock’ XX pp. 13-16 (now, PLW/AEH pp. 11-13)
  • ‘A. E. Housman in Paris’ XII pp. 55-70 (now, PLW/AEH pp. 48-59; cf. XXVI pp. 79-82)
  • (ed.) ‘A. E. Housman on W. T. Vesey: a Forgotten Appreciation’ XXXIV pp. 123-124
  • ‘A. E. Housman, Two Cities, Asphodel Press, 1904’ XXVII pp. 116-117 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 116-117)
  • ‘A. E. Housman’s British Museum Reader’s Ticket’ XXIII pp. 12-13 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 11-12)
  • ‘A. E. Housman’s “Good-Humoured Teasing”‘ XXI pp. 45-47 (cf. XXII p. 49) (now, APLW/AEH pp. 148-149)
  • ‘A. E. Housman’s Last Will and Testament’ XXXVI pp. 60-63
  • ‘A. E. Housman’s Prize Books’ XI pp. 98-100 (now, PLW/AEH pp. 4-6)
  • ‘A. E. Housman’s Pronunciation of Latin’ XXVII pp. 36-45 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 35-41)
  • ‘A. E. Housman’s Prose Contributions to Ye Rounde Table’ XXXVII pp. 21-46
  • ‘A. E. Housman’s Report on the Greek Chair (1894)’ XXXV pp. 43-56
  • ‘An Apocryphal Tale about A. E. Housman’ XXXVII 182-183
  • ‘Barbue Housman’ XXI pp. 8-10 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 21-23)
  • ‘Biographical Implications of A. E. Housman’s First Published Emendation’ XXII pp. 38-40 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 6-9)
  • ‘Biography and Method’ XIV pp. 29-41 (now, AAPLW/AEH pp. 126-132, 174-183)
  • ‘Corrections and Additions to “Problems in the Life and Writings of A. E. Housman”‘ XXIV pp. 100-106 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 186-190)
  • ‘Cyril Clemens’ Proposed Life of A. E. Housman’ XXXIV pp. 128-130
  • ‘Dated and Datable Facsimiles of the Handwriting of A. E. Housman’ XXV pp. 64-69 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 157-161)
  • ‘Dating Mitchell Kennerley’s “A Shropshire Lad”‘ XXVI pp. 86-87 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 95-96)
  • ‘Dating “Housman on Dogs”’ XXXIV pp. 127-128
  • ‘“Done with Quite”‘ XXVI pp. 82-84
  • ‘Further Information on A. E. Housman and the Civil Service Examinations of 1882’ XXXIII pp. 87-90
  • ‘Grant Richards’s “Nefarious” Conduct’ XXV pp. 60-61 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 27-28)
  • ‘“Haussman” or “Haussmann”?’ XX pp. 59-60 (now, cf. PLW/AEH p. 1 n. 3)
  • ‘Housman and his Occasional Papers’ XXV pp. 48-50 (= Anth. pp. 132-133) (now, APLW/AEH pp. 44-45)
  • ‘Housman and Kapitza’ XXVIII p. 119 (now, APLW/AEH p. 31)
  • ‘Housman and “Mud Clots”‘ XXV p. 50 (corrected, = Anth. pp. 133-134) (now, APLW/AEH pp. 3-4)
  • ‘Housman and the Catalepta’ XXV pp. 50-51 (= Anth. pp. 134-135) (now, APLW/AEH pp. 47-48)
  • ‘Housman and the Kennedy Chair’ IX pp. 52, 53 (now, PLW/AEH pp. 27-28)
  • ‘Housman and Simonides’ XXIII pp. 39-41 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 91-93
  • ‘Housman in Paris II’ XXVI pp. 79-82 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 31-33)
  • ‘Housman on Plato’s Doctrine of Forms: Some Difficulties’ XXV pp. 57-59 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 42-44)
  • ‘Housman’s Turtle’ XXVI pp. 87-88 (now, APLW/AEH p. 25)
  • ‘“Illic jacet”‘ XXXI p. 102
  • ‘Illustrations of and Decorations for A. E. Housman’s Verse’ XXVIII pp. 94-105 (addenda: Newsletter of the Housman Society no. 18, 2003) (now, APLW/AEH pp. 164-174)
  • ‘In usum editorum edidit’ XXIX pp. 66-68 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 45-47)
  • ‘J. D. Duff on A. E. Housman’ X pp. 53-61 (now, PLW/AEH pp. 42-47)
  • ‘Jane Ellen Harrison and the Curate “Mr Houseman”‘ XXIX pp. 72-74 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 155-156)
  • ‘Kath(a/e)rine Elizabeth (Housman) Symons’ XXVIII p. 120 (now, APLW/AEH p. 155)
  • ‘Label C of A Shropshire Lad’ XVII 16 (now, PLW/AEH pp. 116-117)
  • ‘Laurence’s “Duck”‘ XXIII pp. 19-20 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 80-81)
  • Letter[s] to the editor XV p. 48; XXII p. 49
  • ‘Limericks and A. E. Housman’ XXXVIII pp. 183-184
  • ‘Max Beerbohm and A. E. Housman’ XXVI pp. 97-98 (now, APLW/AEH p. 20)
  • ‘Miscellanea Housmanniana’: individually indexed
  • ‘More Light on “Alfred Housman” Leippert’ XXIII p. 17 (now, APLW/AEH p. 30)
  • ‘“Mouse”‘ XXV pp. 47-48 (= Anth. pp. 130-132) (now, APLW/AEH pp. 4-5)
  • ‘Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup’ XXI p. 13 (now, APLW/AEH p. 6)
  • ‘New Light on Maycock’ XXIII pp. 13-16 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 9-11)
  • ‘Notes on the Life of M. J. Jackson’ XII pp. 93-114 (now, PLW/AEH pp. 132-144)
  • ‘On Distinguishing the First Edition of Laurence Housman’s The Seven Young Goslings’ XXII p. 56 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 110-111)
  • ‘On Pronouncing the Name “Housman”‘ XVI p. 27 (now, PLW/AEH pp. 1-2); cf. XIX p. 82 with XX pp. 59-60
  • ‘O. O.’ XXV pp. 55-56 (= Anth. pp. 139-140) (now, APLW/AEH p. 95)
  • ‘Photographs of A. E. Housman’ XXVI pp. 42-47 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 161-164)
  • ‘“Pirithöus” or “Pirithoüs” in More Poems V 27?’ XXIX pp. 70-72 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 78-81
  • ‘Polar Errors and A. E. Housman’ X pp. 66-69 (now, PLW/AEH pp. 69-71)
  • ‘Re-Dating a Letter from A. E. Housman’ XXIII pp. 18-19 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 33-34)
  • ‘Rhetorice Housmanniana’ XXIV pp. 37-38 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 48-49)
  • ‘Some Echoes and Allusions in A. E. Housman’s Prose Writings’ XII pp. 131-142 (now, PLW/AEH pp. 122-130)
  • ‘Spencer Blackett and the “Romance of Enlistment” XXVII pp. 111-112 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 75-76)
  • ‘Terence, this is stupid stuff’ XXXVIII pp. 187-188
  • ‘The Barrie-Housman Correspondence’ XXVI pp. 75-76 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 26-27)
  • ‘The Correspondence of A. E. Housman: a Census, 1873-1911’ XVII pp. 40-56; ‘1912-1918’ XVIII pp. 9-22; ‘1919-1922’ XIX pp. 61-80; ‘1923-1926’ XX pp. 31-42; ‘1927-1928’ XXI pp. 23-35; ‘1929’ XXII pp. 32-37; ‘1930-1931’ XXIII pp. 50-62; ‘1932-1933’ XXIV pp. 91-99; ‘1934-1936, s.a.’ XXV pp. 104-114
  • ‘The Dartmoor Shepherd’ XXXIII p. 91
  • ‘The Date of Housman’s Gift to W. R. M. Lamb’ XXXIV pp. 126-127
  • ‘The Date of Printing of the Jubilee Edition of A Shropshire Lad’ XXVII pp. 113-114 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 104-105)
  • ‘The Date of the First Four Seas Edition of A Shropshire Lad’ XXVII pp. 114-115 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 96-97)
  • ‘The Date of the Photograph of A.E.H. and Robert H. Housman’ XXVI pp. 73-75 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 2-3)
  • ‘The Date of the Van der Weyde Photograph’ XXVI p. 75 (now, APLW/AEH p. 13)
  • ‘The Dates of Frederic Prokosch’s Meetings with A. E. Housman’ XXXI pp. 102-103
  • ‘The Dating of Selected Poems’ XXVII pp. 112-113 (now, APLW/AEH p. 108)
  • ‘The Extant Portion of the Library of A. E. Housman: I. Greek Literature’ XXVIII pp. 53-69; II. ‘Latin Literature’ XXIX pp. 108-151; ‘III. Classical Antiquity’ XXX pp. 142-157; ‘IV. Non-Classical Materials’ XXXI pp. 154-180; ‘Part V. Indexes’ XXXII pp. 103-17
  • ‘The Fate of Haber’s Centennial Edition of the Poems of A. E. Housman’ XXVII p. 78 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 108-109)
  • ‘The First American Issue of Last Poems in 1922’ XXVIII p. 120 (now, APLW/AEH p. 105)
  • ‘The Fockbury Ghost’ XXXI p. 105
  • ‘The Identity of “m e t”‘ XXV pp. 52-53 (= Anth. pp. 135-137) (now, APLW/AEH pp. 103-104)
  • ‘The Letters of A. E. Housman: 1971-1981’ IX pp. 53-69, ‘Supplement’ X p. 79, ‘Corrigenda’ X pp. 86-87 (now, PLW/AEH pp. 156-173)
  • ‘The Name of A. E. Housman’s Place of Birth’ XXIX pp. 63-64 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 1-2)
  • ‘The Reception of A. E. Housman: a Deadly Allusion’ XXXV pp. 41-42
  • ‘The Sequence of John Lane’s 1906 Shropshire Lads’ XXVII p. 112 (now, APLW/AEH p. 95)
  • ‘The Seranckes and the Housman’s XXIII p. 38 (now, APLW/AEH p. 5)
  • ‘Thomas Hardy and A. E. Housman’ XXVI pp. 106-109 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 15-18)
  • ‘Three Notes on “Housman and Ennius”‘ XIV pp. 46-49 (now, PLW/AEH pp. 86-89)
  • ‘Three Notes on the Library of A. E. Housman’ XI pp. 33-53, ‘Corrections’ XII p. 143 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 113-125)
  • ‘Towards a New Bibliography of A. E. Housman: A Shropshire Lad (Part I: 1896-1914)’ XXXIX pp, 99-119
  • ‘Two Notes on the Alcuin Edition of A Shropshire Lad’ XXIV pp. 38-39 (now, APLW/AEH p. 98)
  • ‘Two Printer’s Errors in The Unexpected Years’ XXV pp. 53-54 (= Anth. pp. 137-138) (now, APLW/AEH p. 112)
  • ‘Vniu. Coll. Lond.’ XXIX pp. 68-69 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 49-50)
  • ‘Ye Nine, Behold’ XXV pp. 54-55 (= Anth. pp. 138-139) (now, APLW/AEH pp. 81-82)
  • review, Dolenski, Leo / Dooley, John, The Name and Nature of A. E. Housman, XIV pp. 77-79 (now, PLW/AEH pp. 198-200)
  • review, Gardner, Philip, A. E. Housman: the Critical Heritage, XX pp. 79-103 (now, PLW/AEH pp. 200-215)
  • review, Hawkins, Maude M., A. E. Housman: Man behind a Mask, XVIII pp. 74-81 (now, PLW/AEH pp. 173-180)
  • review, Hoagwood, Terence Allan, A. E. Housman: Revisited, XXII pp. 59-67 (now, APLW/AEH pp. 82-91)
  • see also XIX p. 97
  • Newfield, Peter E., letter (on MP IX) XVIII p. 27
  • Nichols, Peter, ‘A New View from the Rectory’ IX pp. 39-41
  • Northcote, C. Stafford, ‘I Remember...’ VII pp. 39, 41
  • Oakley, Elizabeth, ‘In Ganderland: Clemence Housman and Tax Rersistance’ XXXIII pp. 46-53
  • [Query about ‘Clunton and Clunbury’] XIX p. 98
  • Obata, Takeshi, ‘How A. E. Housman’s Poetry was Accepted in Japan before The World War’ VIII pp. 29-35
  • ‘Miscellaneous Notes incidental to a Japanese Translation of The Name and Nature of Poetry’ XIX pp. 13-17
  • translator, Hijikata, Tatsuzo, ‘The Poetical Sentiment Linking Japan to Britain’ IX pp. 35, 36-37
  • Ota, Saburo, ‘The Poetical Sentiment Linking Japan to Britain: Why is A. E. Housman Read Now?’ IX pp. 35, 36-37
  • Padel, Ruth ‘The Housman Lecture: The Name and Nature of Poetry’ XXXVII pp. 7-20
  • Page, Jim C., ‘A Sussex Evening with A. E. Housman’ XX pp. 7-8
  • ‘A. E. H. at Uriconium?’ XXIV p. 90
  • ‘CDs of Settings of Housman’ XVI p. 64
  • ‘Chairman’s Notes’ XIII pp. 1-2, XIV pp. 5-6, XV pp. 5-6, XVI pp. 4-5, XVII pp. 4-5, XVIII pp. 4-5, XIX pp. 4-6, XX pp. 5-6, XXI pp. 4-5, XXII pp. 4-8 (‘Chairman’s Report’), XXIII pp. 4-8, XXIV pp. 4-7; XXV pp. 4-7; XXVI pp. 4-7; XXVII pp. 4-7; XXVIII pp. 4-8; XXIX pp. 4-6; XXX pp. 4-6; XXXI pp. 4-6; XXXII pp. 4-6; XXXIII pp. 4-7; XXXIV pp. 4-6; XXXV pp. 4-6; XXXVI pp. 5-7, XXXVII pp. 4-6, XXXVIII pp. 4-7, XXXIX pp. 5-8
  • ‘“Mutilated by Music”: a Look at Housman and the Composers’ XXXI pp. 89-101
  • obituary (Ian Walter Grierson Martin) XXIII pp. 48-49
  • review, ‘New CDs of Housman Settings’ XXI p. 48
  • review, Poetry in Motion, XVI p. 63
  • review, Robert Tear’s Vaughan Williams, On Wenlock Edge, XVI p. 65
  • review, Shoulder the Sky at the North Worcestershire College, IX pp. 22-23
  • Page, Norman, ‘Housman as a Comic Writer’ XVII pp. 10-14
  • [The Name and Nature of Poetry] XIX pp. 18-20
  • [View on some Housman poems] XVII pp. 34-36
  • review, Bourne, Jeremy, The Westerly Wanderer XXII p. 57
  • Parsons, David, ‘The View from Under the Table’ XXXIV pp. 51-70
  • Plowden, G(eoffrey). F. C., ‘A Shropshire Lad XXIII: a Note on a Possible Influence’ XXVIII p. 118
  • ‘A Shropshire Lad XXIII: “The Lads in their hundreds…”. A Defence’ XXVIII pp. 115-117
  • ‘A. E. Housman’s Style: Two Minor Points’ XXV pp. 97-98
  • ‘An Anecdote’ XXX p. 167
  • ‘Housman Anticipated by Pope’ in Three Minor Notes on A. E. Housman, no. 1: XXXII p. 119
  • ‘Housman’s Blottings’ XXXI pp. 149-150
  • ‘Housman’s Borrowings – Allusive or Not’ XXXVI pp. 151-153
  • ‘Housman’s Love of Wit – a Note’ XXX pp. 166-167
  • ‘Last Poems IV’ in Three Minor Notes on A. E. Housman, no. 3: XXXII pp. 118-19
  • ‘Nonae Novembres, Line 24’ in Three Minor Notes on A. E. Housman, no. 2: XXXII p. 119
  • ‘Not Germaine’ XXIX pp. 78-79
  • ‘Parodies’ XXXI pp. 148-149
  • ‘The Welsh Marches’ (ASL XVIII): a Note’ XXXVII p. 184
  • Porter, Peter, ‘The Housman Lecture: The Name & Nature of Poetry’ XXVI pp. 8-30
  • Powell, J. Enoch, ‘A Personal Recollection of A. E. Housman’ I pp. 27-29 (= Anth. pp. 5-8)
  • ‘A. E. Housman’ XVI pp. 47-49
  • ‘The Hem of the Garment’ VII pp. 16-17, 19
  • The Housman Lecture, XIV pp. 7-13
  • Power, Norman, ‘Housman’s Dive’ (verse) XIX p. 96
  • Pugh, John, ‘A. E. H. and Clarence Darrow’ VIII pp. 35, 36-44, 45
  • advertisement for index to Bromsgrove and the Housmans IX p. 70
  • ‘An Extraordinary Literary Coincidence’ IV pp. 39-40
  • ‘How it all began: the Early Years of the Housman Society and how the Housman Statue came about’ XXX pp. 131-134
  • ‘Jo Hunt - the People’s Poet’ X p. 93
  • ‘Reginald Stone: a Tribute’ XI pp. 26, 27
  • ‘Speech made at the Chateau Impney Hotel, Droitwich, Friday, 22nd March, 1985’ XI pp. 6-15
  • ‘The Housman Family Connections with Captain Adams’ XV pp. 43-47
  • ‘The Housmans at Perry Hall’ VI pp. 23-25
  • ‘The Journal: 1980 Onwards’ VI p. 4
  • editorials, VIII p. iv, X pp. v-vi, XI pp. vi-vii
  • query concerning Francis Housman, XVIII p. 50
  • review, Engan, Rodney,Laurence Housman, X pp. 105-106
  • review, Graves, Richard Perceval, A. E. Housman: the Scholar-Poet, VI pp. 30, 32-34
  • Raphael, Isabel, review, A. E. Housman – Classical Scholar. Edited by David Butterfield and Christopher Stray, XXXV 155-158
  • Reading, Peter, ‘August’ (verse) XVIII p. 29
  • Roberts, Doreen: see Whitworth, John
  • Rogerson, Ian, ‘A Tribute to Professor A. S. F. Gow’ XXIX pp. 7-11 (cf. pp. 12-38)
  • ‘Agnes Miller Parker’ XXIV pp. 30-32
  • ‘The Housman-Rothenstein Connection’ XXXVIII p. 136-147
  • ‘W. H. Semple: a Research Student of A. E. Housman’ XXV pp. 70-72
  • Ruddick, Bill, ‘“Some Jamming of the Emotions”? Philip Larkin’s Response to A. E. Housman’s Life and Poetry’ XV pp. 21-24
  • Saxby, Rt Rev. Dr John, ‘A Sermon preached in St. Laurence Church, Ludlow, on Sunday, 12th May 1996’ XXII pp. 24-26
  • Schaeublin, Christoph, ‘Housman and Ennius’ XIV pp. 42-45
  • Scheerer, Constance, ‘Looking Past Romanticism: Clemence Housman’s Presentation of the Romantic Hero’ V pp. 20-26
  • Scorer, J. M., review: Manilius, Astronomica, translated by G. P. Goold, Loeb Classical Library, V pp. 35-37
  • Shaw, Kate, ‘National Housman Poetry Competition’ XXVIII pp. 112-113
  • ‘National Poetry Competition 1997/98’ XXIV pp. 74-75
  • ‘“Remembered Place”: Poetry Competition, 1995/6’ XXI pp. 19-20
  • ‘“The Invention of Love”‘ XXIII pp. 9-11 (= Anth. 114-116)
  • Shaw, Robin, ‘In Search of Housman’s Places’ XX pp. 63-67
  • ‘Moses and Adalbert’ XX pp. 22-23 (plates [i-iv] after p. 54)
  • ‘Preparations for the Centenary of the Publication of A Shropshire Lad’ XX pp. 74-78
  • ‘The Clock House that is Gone’ XXXVIII 69-78
  • ‘The Late Mr Houston Martin’ XX p. 59
  • Sisley, Peter, ‘A Word in Your Ear’ XXVIII pp. 34-39
  • ‘Malt does more than Milton can’ XXX pp. 18-33
  • rev., Paritosh Sanyal, A. E. Housman: his Personality, Poetics and Poetry, XXX pp. 173-175
  • Skutsch, O., ‘Epitaph on an Army of Mercenaries’ (Latin translation) XVI p. 20
  • ‘Mrs E. Housman’s Mistake?’ XII p. 146
  • Smith, Rt Hon. Chris (Lord Smith of Finsbury), ‘The Name and Nature of Poetry’ XXXI pp. 7-14
  • Spargo, Linda, ‘Laurence Housman: a Belated Pre-Raphaelite’ XVI pp. 35-46
  • Sparrow, John, review, Horwood, F. C., ed., A. E. Housman. Poetry & Prose: a Selection, I pp. 49-50
  • Sparrow, W. Keats, ‘The Structure of Housman’s “The Name and Nature of Poetry”‘ III pp. 38-42
  • Speake, Graham, ‘Two Poems by Alan Ker’ I pp. 30-31
  • review, The Classical Papers of A. E. Housman edd. J. Diggle/F. R. D. Goodyear, I pp. 51-54
  • Stone, Reginald, ‘From the Secretary’s Desk’ VII pp. 80, 82; VIII p. 56; IX p. 38; X pp. 84-85
  • Stoppard, Tom, ‘“The lad that loves you true”‘ XXXII pp. 14-22
  • Sutton, Pastor Darrell, ‘A Rural Pastor’s Notes on A.E.H., the Classicist: a Man of Right and Necessary Sense’ XXXIV pp. 92-111
  • ‘An Informed and Unrivalled Critic. A Pastor’s notes on Volume III of A. E. Housman’s Classicsl Papers’ XXXVI pp. 102-150
  • ‘Materials for a new study of Housman’s jouenwy rheoufdh Manilius’ Astronomica’ XXXVIII pp. 148-182
  • ‘Reading Ancient Greek and Roman Texts with A. E. Housman. A Pastor’s notes on Volume II of his Classical Papers’ XXXV pp. 87-121
  • Symons, N. V. Housman, ‘A Message to All Members of the Housman Society’ XI p. viii
  • ‘Reminiscences of N. V. Symons, First President of the Housman Society’ XVIII pp. 30-36
  • ‘Some Recollections of the Victorian Housmans’ VII pp. 5-7, 9-11, 13-15 (= Anth. p. 28-40)
  • Symons, Robert E., ‘Some Thoughts on Being A. E. Housman’s Literary Executor’ IX pp. 15-22
  • Tait, Michael S., ‘Hell-fire and the Beauties of Shropshire: the Poetry of A. E. Housman’ XXXI pp. 41-52
  • Tanis, James, ‘Seymour Adelman 1906-1985: a Keepsake’ XII p. 14
  • Taylor, H. Boswell, ‘Mastermind, 1980: the Life and Works of A. E. Housman’ VII pp. 45, 67-68
  • ‘Mastermind, 1986: the Life and Works of A. E. Housman’ XII pp. 115, 119-120
  • Thomas, Michael, ‘Sir Patrick Spens’ (verse) XXIV pp. 78-80
  • Thompson, Dudley, ‘Reminiscences of A.E.H.’ XIII pp. 44-45
  • Thompson, L. W., ‘These Bones Will Rise Again: Housman’s The Immortal Part’ X pp. 70-76
  • Thornton, R. K. R., ‘Sestina: A. E. Housman’ XXXI pp. 144-145
  • ‘The Name and Nature of Professional Criticism: the Buffoonery School’ XXX pp. 34-47
  • Tickner, Lisa: see XVIII pp. (43,) 44, XIX pp. 39, 42, 47
  • Todd, Robert B., ‘A. E. Housman and Enoch Powell: Some Further Observations’ XXV pp. 87-92
  • ‘M. J. Jackson in British Columbia: Some Supplementary Information’ XXVI pp. 59-61: corrected version XXVII pp. 107-110
  • Townshend, Nigel, ‘A Debt to Housman Repaid?’ XI pp. 54-62 (= Anth. pp. 41-47)
  • ‘“On Wenlock Edge”: A. E. Housman’s Musical Watershed’ XV pp. 40-42
  • Trew, Graham, ‘A Year in My Life’ X pp. 97-99
  • ‘A. E. Housman as Lyricist? An Introduction to Musical Settings of A Shropshire Lad’ VIII pp. 16-23
  • ‘Housman and Music’ XVIII pp. 51-63
  • ‘“I heard the tune he sang me” (ASL VII): a Review of the Commissions heard at the Bromsgrove Weekend, Friday 4th - Sunday 6th October 1996’ XXII pp. 17-19 (= Anth. pp. 109-113)
  • ‘Mervyn Horder -A Shropshire Lad’ VIII pp. 28-29
  • ‘Sir Arthur Somervell (1863-1937): 1904 – The First Musical Centenary’ XXIX pp. 102-107
  • Tunnicliffe, J. D./Buncombe, M., ‘A. E. Housman and the Failure of Grant Richards Limited in 1926’ XI pp. 101-106
  • Ughetto, André: see Morris, Delia
  • Underwood, Vanessa, ‘Bringing Literature to Life through Housman’s “Bredon Hill”: A Window on the Work of the Speech Artist’ XXXII pp. 64-66
  • Venables, Ian, ‘A Composer’s Approach to Setting A. E. Housman’ XXXIV pp. 71-79
  • Vicary, Richard, ‘A Shropshire Lad: Project for Illustration’ VII pp. 60, 62-67
  • ‘Notes on Illustrating A. E. Housman’ VI pp. 25, 27-28
  • Walters, Anna, [A. E. Housman’s Poetry and Young People] XVI pp. 58-61
  • Webster, Bernard, review, Pugh, John, Bromsgrove and the Housmans, II (insert) pp. 1-4
  • Westminster, Duke of, et al., ‘Statue of A. E. Housman the Scholar-Poet’ X p. 89
  • Whallon, William, ‘A. E. Housman’s “The Love of Comrades”‘ XIV pp. 51-54
  • White, Gertrude M., review, Leggett, B. J., The Poetic Art of A. E. Housman, V pp. 37-38
  • White, William, ‘A Note on Housman’s Translation from Horace’ VI p. 18
  • ‘Addendum to A. E. Housman: a Bibliography’ X p. 24
  • ‘An Unpublished AEH Letter to Horatio F. Brown’ XII pp. 144-145
  • ‘Housman in Africa’ XII pp. 129-130
  • ‘Misprinting A Shropshire Lad’ XIV p. 73
  • ‘Misprints in Harrap’s A Shropshire Lad’ VIII pp. 52, 53
  • ‘Misprints in Horwood’s A. E. Housman, Poetry and Prose’ XIII p. 53
  • ‘Two “New” Shropshire Lad Reprints’ XII pp. 146-149
  • letter, X p. 86
  • review, Housman, A. E., Last Poems, London: Garnstone Press, 1974, II pp. 57-58
  • review, Housman, Laurence, Alfred Edward Housman’s De Amicitia”, London: The Little Rabbit Company, 1976, IV pp. 42-43
  • Whittingham, Kevin, ‘A Shropshire Lad in British Music: a First Survey and Catalogue of Settings for more than one voice’ XXX pp. 85-109
  • ‘A Shropshire Lad in Popular Music: Collaborative Concept Albums in Hybrid Styles’ XXXII pp. 23-49
  • Whitworth, John, ‘Jack in the Box’ (verse) XIX p. 92
  • Whitworth, John / Roberts, Doreen, ‘Housman and Contemporary Poets’ XIX pp. 33-38
  • Wilkinson, L. P., ‘A. E. Housman, Scholar and Poet’ I pp. 32-46
  • Wilkinson, William, ‘Victoria Regina: a Consideration of the Potential for Theatrical Performance’ XXVIII pp. 70-78
  • Wishart, David, ‘Housman and the Alcuin Press’ XXII pp. 50-53
  • Wilson, J. Larry, ‘The Relevance of Housman’s The Name and Nature of Poetry’ XII pp. 121-128
  • Witt, Robert W., ‘A Note on Housman and the fin de siècle’ IV pp. 15-20
  • Woods, R. S., ‘Scholar and Poet’ X p. 90
  • Woodward, G. R., ‘Bibliographical Gleanings’ XVII pp. 37-39
  • Woudhuysen, Henry, A. E. H. – A. W. P.: a Classical Friendship, summarised by Tom Stoppard, XXXII pp. 14-22
  • Young, Brian, Letter to the editor (on Naiditch, ‘Housman and Simonides’) XXIV p. 81
  • ‘The Queen of Air and Darkness and a Letter on Genesis’ XXXIII pp. 97-99
  • ‘War Memorials and .A. E. Housman’ XXXIX pp. 79-93