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Ashley, Melissa (2011). A fine figure: Bird lists and the structuring of Elizabeth Gould's fictional memoir. In: This Is Not Art: Critical Animals Conference 2011, Newcastle, NSW, Australia, (). 29 September-3 October 2011. 46  
Ashley, Melissa (2008). 'And She Did Every Imaginable Job with Her Feet': Folktale, fairy tale, and other variants of The Girl Without Hands. In: Angela Carter and the Fairy Tale: A One Day Symposium, Newcastle, NSW, Australia, (). 28 November 2008. 100  
Ashley, Melissa (2010) 'And Then the Devil Will Take Me Away': Adaptation, evolution, and The Brothers Grimm's suppression of taboo motifs in 'The Girl without Hands'. Double Dialogues, 1 12: . 139  
Ashley, Melissa (2009). "And then the devil will take me away:" Adaptation, narrative evolution, and The Brothers Grimm's suppression of taboo motifs in The Girl Without Hands. In: Double Dialogues 2009: Hidden Stories. Abstracts. DD09. Hidden Stories: A Double Dialogues Conference, Southbank, VIC, Australia, (). 11-12 December 2009. 119  
Ashley, Melissa (2014) Dollarbirds. Bareknuckle Poet: Journal of Letters, . 15  
Ashley, Melissa (2012). Drawn From Nature and On Stone: Elizabeth Gould and the Birds of Australia. In: RSAA Postgraduate Symposium 2012. Romantic Conversations: the Human, the Inhuman & the Non-Human, Parkville, VIC, Australia, (). 16-17 November, 2012. 4  
Ashley, Melissa (2014) Elizabeth Gould. Lawrence, KS, USA, University of Kansas Libraries. 12  
Ashley, Melissa (2012). "Elizabeth Gould: A Natural History". In: Cultures of Exchange & Exchanges of Culture: The 16th Annual Work in Progress Conference. Programme. WIP 2012: 16th Annual Work-In-Progress Conference, St. Lucia, QLD, Australia, (10-10). 24-25 August, 2012. 3  
Ashley, Melissa (2013) Elizabeth Gould, zoological artist 1840-1848: unsettling critical depictions of John Gould's 'Laborious Assistant' and 'Devoted Wife'. Hecate, 39 1&2: 101-122. 46 27
Ashley, Melissa (1998) Father Poem. LiNQ: Literature in North Queensland, 25 2: 68-69. 28  
Ashley, Melissa (1999) Furl. Overland, 157 35-35. 26   0
Melissa Ashley (2009). Girl without hands: extract from the manuscript of a novel. The Maiden without hands: from folktale and fairy ale to contemporary novel MPhil Thesis, English, Media Studies, and Art History, The University of Queensland. 775 18
Ashley, Melissa (2014) Golden bowerbird. Communion Literary Magazine, 1 1: . 5  
Ashley, Melissa (1998) Her kind. Hecate, 24 2: 153-154. 24  
Ashley, Melissa (2013) John Kinsella's Jam Tree Gully and M.T.C. Cronin's The World Last Night. Australian Poetry Journal, 3 1: . 18  
Ashley, Melissa (2002) Kumari. Journal of Australian Studies, 26 73: 146-147. doi:10.1080/14443050209387775 15   0
Ashley, Melissa (2013) Leaves of a diary: searching for Elizabeth Gould in the archives of the Mitchell Library. Text, 17 2: . 65 9
Ashley, Melissa (2002) Postmodern ornithology. New England Review, 15 13-13. 41  
Ashley, Melissa (2013). Superb Lyrebird: excerpt from Elizabeth Gould's The Birds of Australia. In: WIP 2013: Conference Program. WIP 2013: 17th Annual Work-In-Progress Conference, St. Lucia, QLD, Australia, (15-15). 17-19 October, 2013. 17  
Ashley, Melissa (2003) The body in pain: depictions of suffering in the poetry of Jordie Arbistor and Coral Hull. Thylazine, 7 . 68  
Ashley, Melissa (2000) The hospice. Imago, 12 101-104. 27  
Ashley, Melissa The hospital for dolls. Flaxton, QLD, Australia: Post Pressed, 2003. 26  
Ashley, Melissa (2007). 'The maiden without hands': Fairy tales and the problem of adaptation. In: emsah2007. Climate Change: An Interdisciplinary Work-in-Progress Conference. 11th Annual Work-in-Progress Postgraduate Conference, St Lucia, QLD, Australia, (). 25-27 September 2007. 47  
Ashley, Melissa (2002) The shape-changing muse. Slope, 7 . 30  
Ashley, Melissa (2002) This is Not a Poem About a Woman Turning into a Flower. Famous Reporter, 25 79-80. 41