My Publications

Here is a list of my published works, and, below, a list of my forthcoming ones:

'The Adherents of Edmund of Woodstock, Earl of Kent, in March 1330', English Historical Review, 126 (2011), pp. 779-805

Edward II: The Unconventional King (Stroud, 2014)

Isabella of France: The Rebel Queen (Stroud, 2016)

Long Live the King: The Mysterious Fate of Edward II (Stroud, 2017)

Richard II: A True King's Fall (Stroud, 2017)

''Bought by the King Himself': Edward II, his Chamber, his Family and his Interests in 1325-26', Fourteenth Century England X, ed. Gwilym Dodd (Woodbridge, 2018), pp. 1-23

Blood Roses: The Houses of Lancaster and York Before the Wars of the Roses (Stroud, 2018) (to be published in early October 2018)

 Edward II and Hugh Despenser the Younger: Downfall of a King's Favourite (Barnsley, 2018) (due out on 30 October 2018)

Forthcoming Works

Following in the Footsteps of Edward II, a travel guide to locations in Britain associated with Edward, to be published c. spring/summer 2019

The Lives of the Clare Sisters, Nieces of Edward II, c. summer/autumn 2019 (joint bio of Edward II's nieces Eleanor, Margaret and Elizabeth de Clare; title not yet determined)

Philippa of Hainault, Mother of the English Nation, c. late 2019/early 2020 (bio of Edward III's queen; title not yet fixed)

1326: A Year in the Life of England, c. spring 2020

John of Gaunt: Time-Honour'd Lancaster, c. late 2020 (bio of Edward III and Queen Philippa's third son; title not yet fixed)

The Despensers: The Rise and Fall of a Medieval Family 1261-1439, c. late 2020/early 2021

The Daughters of Edward I, a joint bio of Edward II's five sisters, c. summer 2021 (title not yet fixed)


Caroline Newark said...

I am losing the will to live. I manage a meagre one book a year and that exhausts me. How do you do it Kathryn?

Kathryn Warner said...

Obsession, basically :-)

matt said...

Looking forward to the Despenser one.
Just the one book on them?
They certainly had their fingers in quite a few ' pies'!

Kathryn Warner said...

Actually, two - a bio of Hugh the Younger, and one about the whole dynasty from his grandfather to his great-great-granddaughter. There's also quite a bit in the Clare sisters book.