J. P. Eburne and C. McAra, ‘Radical Muses’ in The Routledge Companion to Surrealism, edited by Kirsten Strom (New York: Routledge). Forthcoming 2022.
C. McAra, ‘Feminist-Surrealist Legacies in the Contemporary Novel’ in A History of the Surrealist Novel, edited by Anna Watz (Cambridge University Press). Forthcoming 2022.
C. McAra, ‘Kate MccGwire: Boundary Creatures’ in Kate MccGwire (London: Anomie Publishing, 2021), 79-85.
C. McAra, ‘Open Sesame: Dorothea Tanning’s Critical Writing’ in Surrealist Women’s Writing: A Critical Exploration, edited by Anna Watz (Manchester University Press, 2021), 210-224.
C. McAra, ‘A Feminist Marvellous: Chloe Aridjis and the Female Human Animal’ in Leonora Carrington: Living Legacies, edited by A. Cox, J. Hewison, M. Man and R. Shannon (Delaware: Vernon Press, 2020): 1-18.
C. McAra, ‘Hope Chest: Demythologizing Girlhood in Kate Bernheimer’s Trilogy’ in The Girl in the Text, edited by Ann Smith (Oxford and New York: Berghahn Books, 2019), 174-189.
C. McAra, ‘A Nonagenarian Virago: Quoting Carrington in Contemporary Practice’ in Leonora Carrington and the International Avant-Garde, edited by J. P. Eburne and C. McAra (Manchester University Press, 2017), 178-197.
C. McAra, ‘The Malevolent Nostalgia of Tessa Farmer’ in In Fairyland: The World of Tessa Farmer, edited by C. McAra (London: Strange Attractor, 2016), vii-xiv.
C. McAra, ‘Emma’s Navel: Dorothea Tanning’s Narrative Sculpture’ in Intersections: Women/Surrealism/Modernism, edited by Patricia Allmer (Manchester University Press, 2016), 91-111.