Aquilina, M. 2018, "Echoing as Self-fashioning in the Essay: Hazlitt’s Quoting and Misquoting of Shakespeare", Polysèmes: Revue d'études intertextuelles et intermédiales, vol. 20.
Aquilina, M. 6th August 2017, , Text Generation, or Calling Literature into Question [Homepage of Electronic Book Review], [Online]. Available: http://www.electronicbookreview.com/thread/electropoetics/generation [Online, .
Aquilina, M. 2017, "Apophatic Rhetoric in Shakespeare's Rival Poet Sonnets", Cahiers Elisabethains: A Journal of English Renaissance Studies, vol. 92.1, pp. 19-31.
Aquilina, M. 2017, "The CounterText Review: Brian Dillon’s Essayism and the return of the essay", CounterText, vol. 3.3.
Aquilina, M. 2017, "Electronic Literature and the Poetics of Contiguity" in The Bloomsbury Handbook of Electronic Literature, ed. J. Tabbi, Bloomsbury Academic, .
Aquilina, M. 2017, , 'Electronic Literature', an entry in the Genealoogy section of the Critical Posthumanism Website. [Homepage of Critical Posthumanism Network], [Online]. Available: http://criticalposthumanism.net/genealogy/electronic-literature-2/.
Aquilina, M. 2017, "'Los estudios literarios a lo grande', trans. Miguel Amores Fuster" in #Nodos, eds. G.A. Schwartz & V.E. Bermudez, pp. 456-459.
Aquilina, M. 2017, "'The Work of the Literary Critic in the Age of Big Data'", Interdisciplinary Literary Studies: A Journal of Criticism and Theory, vol. 17.4, pp. 493-516.
Aquilina, M. & Callus, I. 2016, "The CounterText Interview: Stephanie Strickland", CounterText, vol. 2.2.
Aquilina, M. & Callus, I. 2016, CounterText: Electronic Literature, Again, Edinburgh University Press.
Aquilina, M. & Callus, I. 2016, "'Thirteen Ways of Looking at Electronic Literature'", CounterText, vol. 2.2.
Callus, I. & Aquilina, M. 2016 (forthcoming), "E-lit" in The Cambridge Companion to Literature and the Posthuman, eds. B. Clarke & M. Rossini, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
Aquilina, M. 2015, "The Computational Sublime in Nick Montfort's 'Round' and 'All the Names of God'", CounterText, vol. 1.3, pp. 348-365.
Aquilina, M. 2015, "The Event of Style in Shakespeare's Sonnets", Oxford Literary Review, vol. 37.1, pp. 119-139.
Aquilina, M. 2015, "'Everything and Nothing': Blanchot in the Space of Shakespeare", Word and Text: A Journal of Literary Studies and Linguistics, vol. 5.1, pp. 87--98.
Aquilina, M. 2015, "A Research-Based Approach to Teaching Pre-writing Strategies in Academic Writing" in The Learning ELT Professional, eds. D. Xerri & O. Vassallo, ELT Council, Malta.
Aquilina, M. 2015, "'Shores, Cliffs and Shifting Frames: The island as a trope of non-insularity'" in Insularity: Representations and Constructions of Small Worlds, ed. Dautel, Katrin and Kathrin Schodel, Königshausen & Neumann, Würzburg, pp. 79--89.
Clark, T.J.A. & Aquilina, M. 2015, "Ecocritcism and the Post-literary: An Interview with T.J. A. Clark", CounterText, vol. 1.3, pp. 273-288.
Aquilina, M. 2014, "A Case of Shifting Boundaries: " A Review of The Routledge Companion to Experimental Literature."", Word and Text: A Journal of Literary Studies and Linguistics, vol. 4.1, pp. 179-182.
Aquilina, M. 2014, The Event of Style in Literature, Palgrave Macmillan, London and New York.
Aquilina, M. 2014, "'Is that my score?' In between Literature and Digital Games", Antae, [Online], vol. 1.2, , pp. 93-103.
Aquilina, M. 2013, "'This song to come, this reader to become': The Style of Paradoxical Anachrony in Blanchot's 'Rene Char'" in Style in Theory: Between Literature and Philosophy, eds. I. Callus, J. Corby & G. Lauri-Lucente, Bloomsbury, London and New York.
Aquilina, M. 2011, "'Let me (not) read you': Countersigning Shakespeare's Sonnet 116", Word and Text: A Journal of Literary Studies and Linguistics, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 79-90.