Edited Series

2017. Long Narrative Songs from the Mongghul of Northeast Tibet: Texts in Mongghul, Chinese, and English. By Li Dechun (李得春, Limusishiden) and Gerald Roche. Cambridge: Oral Literature Series, Open Book Publishers. ISBN 9781783743834.
Xiipúktan 2013. Xiipúktan (First of All): Three Views of the Origins of the Quechan People. By George Bryant (linguistic work by Amy Miller). Cambridge: Oral Literature Series, Open Book Publishers. ISBN 9781909254404.
Ibonia-front-cover 2013. How to Read a Folktale: The ‘Ibonia’ Epic from Madagascar. Lee Haring, with a Foreword by Mark Turin (series editor). Cambridge: Oral Literature Series, Open Book Publishers. ISBN 9781909254060.click here to read Mark Turin’s Foreword
  2013. Storytelling in Northern Zambia: Theory, Method, Practice and Other Necessary Fictions. Robert Cancel, with a Foreword by Mark Turin (series editor). Cambridge: Oral Literature Series, Open Book Publishers. ISBN 9781909254596.click here to read Mark Turin’s Foreword
2013. Oral Literature in the Digital Age: Archiving Orality and Connecting with Communities. Edited by Mark Turin (series editor), Claire Wheeler and Eleanor Wilkinson. Cambridge: Oral Literature Series, Open Book Publishers. 190 pages. ISBN 9781909254305.
2012. Oral Literature in Africa. Ruth Finnegan, with a Foreword by Mark Turin (series editor). Cambridge: Oral Literature Series, Open Book Publishers. 614 pages. ISBN 9781906924706.click here to read Mark Turin’s Foreword click here to download a PDF of the whole book click here to read a review of the book in the Journal of African Cultural Studies