Style & Fashion Publications
“In the Steps of History: Cindy Lawford on the stories she tells on her tours of Savile Row.” Savile Row Style Magazine (Summer 2017): 54-57.
“Ramroop Delight as he wins Black Business Person of the Year Award. Cindy Lawford talks to the owner of Maurice Sedwell about his ‘amazing’ award.” Savile Row Style Magazine (Winter Issue 2017/2018): 11.
“Tales of the Unexpected. Savile Row Expert Cindy Lawford shares five of her favourite stories about this iconic part of London.” Savile Row Style Magazine (Winter Issue 2017/2018): 46-49.
“Flooding in the Mississippi.” Programme for Kingdom of Earth, The Print Room, April-May 2011.
Programme Notes. Programme for Antigone, Southwark Playhouse, May-June 2011.
Programme Notes. Programme for Faith, Hope, Charity, Southwark Playhouse, June-July 2011.
“Deconstructing Tennessee Williams.” Theatre & Performance Guide and Guru 3 (August 2011): 18-19.
“Uncle Vanya – A Brief History.” Programme for Uncle Vanya, The Print Room, March-April 2012.
“Pepper’s Ghost – A Brief History.” Programme for Toujours et Près de Moi, The Print Room, May 2012. http://spitalfieldsmusic.wordpress.com/tag/cynthia-lawford/
“Eugene O’Neill’s The Hairy Ape and the Pursuit to Belong.” Theatre & Performance Guide and Guru 6 (Summer 2012): 36-39.
“Atomic City, USA.” Miss Atomic Bomb. First Workshop Presentation. Toynbee Studios, 3 Oct. 2012.
“Molly Sweeney – An Introduction.” Programme for Molly Sweeney by Brian Friel, The Print Room, March-April 2013.
“Foreword.” Programme for On Approval, a Comedy by Frederick Lonsdale, Jermyn Street Theatre, April 2013.
“Tutto Bene, Mamma? – An Introduction.” Programme for Tutto Bene, Mamma? adapted by April de Angelis from a play by Gloria Mina, The Print Room, June-July 2013.
The Last Yankee – An Introduction. Programme for The Last Yankee, by Arthur Miller, The Print Room, Sept.-Oct 2013.
“The Dumb Waiter – A Short History.” Programme for The Dumb Waiter, by Harold Pinter, The Print Room, Oct.-Nov. 2013.
“The Potsdam Conference.” Programme for The Potsdam Quartet, by David Pinner, Jermyn Street Theatre, Nov. 2013.
(with Glenn Dibert-Himes) “An Index to the Poetry of Letitia Elizabeth Landon (1802-38).” Letitia Elizabeth Landon: Selected Writings. Eds. Jerome McGann and Daniel Riess. Peterborough, Ontario: Broadview Press, 1997. 387-506.
“Bijoux Beyond Possession: The Prima Donnas of L. E. L.’s Album Poems.” Women’s Poetry, Late Romantic to Late Victorian. Gender and Genre, 1830-1900. Eds. Isobel Armstrong and Virginia Blain. London: Macmillan Press, 1999. 102-14.
“Diary.” London Review of Books 21 Sept. 2000: 36-37.
“’Thou shalt bid thy fair hands rove’: L. E. L.’s Wooing of Sex, Pain, Death, and the Editor.” Romanticism on the Net 29-30 (Feb-May 2003) <https://uhra.herts.ac.uk/dspace/bitstream/ 2299/1750/1/901910.pdf >.
“On Richard Cronin, Romantic Victorians: English Literature, 1824-1840.” Romantic Circles Reviews 7.1 (2003) <http://www.rc.umd.edu/reviews/cronin2.html>.
Rev. of Letitia Elizabeth Landon’s Lady Anne Granard; or Keeping up Appearances, ed. F. J. Sypher. Women’s Writing 11.1 (2004): 117-22.
Rev. of Letitia Elizabeth Landon’s Letters, ed. F. J. Sypher. Women’s Writing 11.1 (2004): 123-28.
“Turbans, Tea and Talk of Books: the Literary Parties of Elizabeth Spence and Elizabeth Benger.” CW3 (Corvey Women Writers on the Web) Journal 1 (Summer 2004) <http://www2.shu.ac.uk/corvey/CW3journal/Issue%20one/lawford.html>.
(edited) Romance and Reality. By Letitia Landon. 1831. Silver Fork Novels, 1821-1846. General Ed. Harriet Devine Jump. London: Pickering and Chatto, 2005.
Rev. of F. J. Sypher’s Letitia Elizabeth Landon. A Biography. Women’s Writing 18.3 (2011): 444-47.