Jones, B. “Stop moaning. I gave you my email. Give me a solution”: Walker Stalker Con, fantagonism and fanagement on social media. Participations: International Journal of Audience and Reception Studies
Jones, B. “Stories are where memories go when they’re forgotten:” Fandom, Nostalgia and the Doctor Who Experience. Deletion: The Open Access Online Forum in Science Fiction Studies
Jones, B. “#AskELJames, Ghostbusters, and #GamerGate: Digital Dislike and Damage Control” in Booth, P. (Ed) A Companion to Fandom and Fan Studies. Wiley-Blackwell.
Jones, B. ““Are you ready for this?” “I don’t know if there’s a choice.” Cult reboots, The X-Files revival, and fannish expectations” in Click, M. and Scott, S. (Eds) The Routledge Companion to Media Fandom. Routledge.
Jones, B. ““If even one person gets hurt because of those books, that’s too many.” Fifty Shades anti-fandom, lived experience and the role of the subcultural gatekeeper” in Click, M. (Ed) Dislike, Hate and Anti-Fandom in the Digital Age. New York University Press.
Jones, B. “Jafar Wars: Fan Created Paratexts in Alderaan Places,” in Proctor, W. and McCulloch, R. (Eds) Disney’s Star Wars: Forces of Participation and Reception. University of Iowa Press.
Jones, B. ““My Music Was on Shuffle, One of Their Songs Came On and I Had to Hit Next…”: Navigating Grief and Disgust in Lostprophets Fandom,” in Williams, R. (ed.) After The End: Transitions, Endings, and Resurrections in Fandom, University of Iowa Press.
Jones, B. “The Walking Dead Family is a real thing, not just a hashtag”: Experiencing Fan Tourism and Transmediality in Woodbury, Atlanta. Jomec Journal (Invited paper for special issue on Transmedia Tourism)
Jones, B. ‘When there’s blood involved, a line been crossed’: Spike/Eric slash and the fascinations of the crossover text. Journal of Horror Studies vol. 8, issue 2.
Popova, M. and Jones, B. Sex and Sexualities in Popular Culture: A Networking Knowledge Special Issue. Networking Knowledge: Journal of the MeCCSA Postgraduate Network. vol. 10, issues 3.
Jones, B. Producing and Branding Gender in Comics: My So-Called Secret Identity and the Ambivalence of an Alternative Address. Palabra Clave, 20 (4).
Jones, B. “‘I hate Beyoncé and I don’t care who knows it’: Towards an ethics of studying anti-fandom”. Journal of Fandom Studies, vol. 4, no. 3.
Jones, B. and Chin, B. (2016) “Crowdfunding independence: British cinema and digital production/distribution platforms” in Hunter, I., Smith, J. and Porter, L. (Eds) The Routledge Companion to British Cinema History. Routledge.
Jones, B. and Driessen, S. (2016) “Love Me For A Reason: An Auto-ethnographic Account of Boyzone Fandom.” New Directions in Music Fan Studies, special issue of iaspm@journal. Vol 6, no. 1.
Hautsch, J., Bamber, J. and Jones, B. (2016) “EuroSlayage 2016 Report”. Slayage 14.2 , Summer 2016.
Jones, B. (2016) “‘I will throw you off your ship and you will drown and die’: Death threats, intra-fandom hate, and the performance of fangirling” in Bennett, L. and Booth, P. (eds) Seeing Fans: Representations of Fandom in Media and Popular Culture. Palgrave, pp. 53-66.
Bennet, L., Chin, B., and Jones, B. (2016) “Between Ethics, Privacy, Fandom and Social Media: New Trajectories that Challenge Media Producer/Fan Relations” in Davisson, A. and Booth, P. (eds) Controversies in Digital Ethics. Palgrave, pp. 107-122.
Jones, B. (2016) “‘My Inner Goddess is Smouldering and Not in a Good Way’: An Anti-Fannish account of Consuming Fifty Shades“. Intensities Journal of Cult Media. Vol. 8. Spring 2016
Hester, H., Jones, B., and Taylor-Harman, S. (2015) “Giffing a fuck: non-narrative pleasures in participatory porn cultures and female fandom”. Porn Studies 2 (4), 356-366
Jones, B. (2015) “Antifan Activism as a Response to MTV’s The Valleys.” In “European Fans and European Fan Objects: Localization and Translation,” edited by Anne Kustritz, special issue, Transformative Works and Cultures, no. 19. http://dx.doi.org/10.3983/twc.2015.0585.
Jones, B. (2015) “My Little Pony, tolerance is magic: Gender policing and Brony anti-fandom” in Journal of Popular Television. Vol 3 (1): 119-125.
Bennett, L., Chin, B. and Jones, B. (eds) (2015) Crowdfunding the Future: Media Industries, Ethics, and Digital Society.Peter Lang.
Jones, B. (2015) “Fannish Tattooing and Sacred Identity.” In “Performance and Performativity in Fandom,” edited by Lucy Bennett and Paul J. Booth, Transformative Works and Cultures, no. 18. http://dx.doi.org/10.3983/twc.2014.0626.
Bennett, L., Chin, B. and Jones, B. (eds) (2015) ‘ Crowdfunding: A New Media & Society special issue.’ New Media & Society, 17 (2): 141-148.
Jones, B. (2014) “Aca-fan research on fannish sites: ethical and moral challenges to using social media” in Kandy Woodfield (ed) Social Media in Social Research: Blogs on Blurring the Boundaries. NatCen Social Research.
Clayton, W. and Jones, B. (2014) ‘Introduction to the Special Issue: The Transmedia Relationship Between Film/TV Texts and Board Games. Intensities Journal of Cult Media. vol. 7. August 2014.
Jones, B. (2014) ‘Unusual Geography: Discworld Board Games and Paratextual L-Space’. Intensities Journal of Cult Media. Vol. 7. August 2014.
Jones, B. (2014) ‘Normal Human Interest in Werewolves and Vampires Bonking’ in Harman, S. and Clayton, W. (eds) Screening Twilight: Contemporary Cinematic Approaches. I.B.Tauris.
Jones, B. (2014) ‘Written on the body: experiencing affect and identity in my fannish tattoos’. Transformative Works and Cultures. Vol. 16. June 2014.
Jones, B. (2014) ‘Fifty Shades of Fan Labour: Exploitation and Fifty Shades of Grey’. Transformative Works and Cultures. Vol. 15. March 2014.
Chin, B., Jones, B., McNutt, M. and Pebler, L. (2014) ‘TWC Symposium Dialogue: Veronica Mars Kickstarter and crowdfunding’. Transformative Works and Cultures. Vol. 15. March 2014.
Deller, R.A., Harman, S. and Jones, B. (eds) (2013) Special issue of Sexualities on the Fifty Shades… series, Sexualities, 16 (8).
Deller, R.A., Harman, S. and Jones, B. (2013) ‘Introduction: Reading the Fifty Shades phenomenon’. Sexualities, 16 (8): 859-863.
Harman, S. and Jones, B. (2013) ‘Fifty Shades of Ghey: Snark Fandom and the Figure of the Anti-Fan’. Sexualities 16 (8): 951-968.
Jones, B. (2013) ‘Slow Evolution: ‘First Time Fics’ and The X-Files Porn Parody’. Journal of Adaptation in Film & Performance. 6 (3): 369-386.
Jones, B. (2013) ‘The Fandom Is Out There: Social Media and The X-Files Online’ in Barton, K (ed) FanCULTure: Digital Fandom in the 21st Century. McFarland.
Jones, B. (2013). ‘The G-Woman and The Fowl One: Fic and Femslash in The X-Files Fandom’ in Jamison, A (ed) Fic: Why Fanfiction is Taking Over the World. Smart Pop Books.
Bennett, L. and Jones, B. (2013). ‘Blurring Boundaries, Crossing Divides: An Interview with Will Brooker’. Participations 10:1.
Bury, R, Deller, R, Greenwood, A and Jones, B. (2013) ‘From Usenet to Tumblr: The Changing Role of Social Media’. Participations 10:1.
Deller, R.A., Harman, S. and Jones, B. (2013) Reading the Fifty Shades phenomenon. Litro. 28 February 2013.
Jones, B. (2012) ‘Pottermore: Encouraging or Regulating Participatory Culture‘. Magic is Might 2012 Proceedings of the International Conference. Sheffield Hallam University.
Jones, B. (2012) ‘Buffy vs. Bella: Gender, Relationships and the Modern Vampire’ in Mutch, D. (ed.) The Modern Vampire and Human Identity, Palgrave.
Jones, B. (2012) ‘Being of Service: X-Files Fans and Social Engagement’. Transformative Works and Cultures. Vol. 10. June 2012.
Jones, B. (2010) ‘Writing a Safe Space’. Creative Writing: Teaching Theory & Practice, 2 (2): 95-110.