1983 Interview about The Silver Veil(Sidraba Skidrauts; Aspazija). Zari, Baltijas Instituts Skandinavija, Stockholm.
Gay Writing, Gay Styles; new markets ? discussion held at ICA , London; held in British Library Sound Archive C95/73
1985 Man In Frock, article, Body Politic, Toronto, July 1985
Our City’s Always Been In Flames, interview, Rites, Toronto, July/August 1985
1986 Designs for Living, article on Edmund White’s Caracole, Body Politic ,Toronto April 1
All Dressed Up, article, New Socialist ,November 1986, London.
1987 State of the Art. Article. National Student ,March 1987, London
Performance Magazine, Guest Editor, No 48 July/August 1987, London.
Where is Love, A.N.D., Journal of Art and Education, No 15/16 London
Interview, Windy City Times, Chicago, October 12 1987.
1988 Who Was That Man ; A Present for Mr. Oscar Wilde Serpents Tail London
1989 Eugene Onegin, programme notes for ENO, LOndon, April 1989 production
Interview as MC of National Review of Love Art ; video/DVD held in University of Bristol Theatre Collection. ( also documentation of appearance in Robin Whitmore’s installation “Love You Always”, 1990)
1990 Moliere, The School for Wives and The Misanthrope, Racine, Berenice ; translations ; Absolute Classics,Bath ( Oberon, London)
A Vision of Love Revealed in Sleep ( Part Three) in Gay Plays Volume 4, Ed. Michael Wilcox, Methuen London.
Ready To Catch Him Should He Fall 1990. SerpentsTail London.
Shapes of Desire, Interview, Gay Times, London , October 1990
Interview, City Limits, London, February 1st , 1990
Just Ridiculous, article on Charles Ludlam, American Theatre, New York, April
Getting to the roots, article on Racine, Independent ,London 3 February 1990
The Misanthrope (US version; Goodman, Chicago production) American Theatre July/August 1990
reading and discussion of Ready to Catch Him at the ICA ; archive recording in British Library Sound Archive, C95/623
1991 Interview, Rouge 8 (Oct-Dec 1991) London.
A new Preface to The Picture of Dorian Gray, Gay Times London April 1991
Interview, Christopher Street issue 165, New York
Interview, in Talking To Peter Burton, Third House, Exeter.
1992 Raise Your Right Hand, short story in The Ten Commandments ed. Tom Wakefield, Serpents Tail London.
Our Town, Village Voice Supplement ,September 1992 New York
Article on Juan Goytisolo, Observer London November 8 1992
Article on Errol Flynn, Sight and Sound issue 41, London.
A Judgement in Stone, libretto, Theatre Forum, Fall 1992,University of California, San Diego
1993 The Game of Love and Chance, Marivaux, Absolute Classics (Oberon) London.
1994 Interview, in GLINT (Gays and Lesbians in Theatre) Vol. 2, no 1, London
Interview, in GLINT, (Gays and Lesbians in Theatre) Vol 2 no 2, London
Night After Night (company version) Royal Court/Methuen London.
That’s What Friends Are For/ Where Is Love ? in High Risk 2, ed. Ira Silverberg, Serpents Tail London.
Notes Towards a Performance of Jean Racine’s Tragedy “Athaliah” , in The Penguin Book of Gay Short Stories, Penguin, London
The Uses of Monotony; Repetition in the Language of Oscar Wilde, Jean Genet, Edmund White and Juan Goytisolo, William Matthews Lecture 1994, Birkbeck College London.
Paris is Burning ; discussion of Jennie Livingston’s film; ICA ; recording held in British Library Sound Archive, C95/989
1995 untitled ( transcript of talk on new writing at University of Sussex) Critical Quarterly 4, Winter 1995
Splendid’s, Genet ; translation. Faber, London. Foreword by Edmund White.
The Heart in Exile, foreword to Rodney Garland novel, Millivres Brighton
1996 Mr Clive and Mr Page. Serpent’s Tail London. (Published in USA as The House on Brooke Street)
What Mainstream ? in It’s Queer Up North 1992-96, IQUN Ltd Manchester (ISBN 0 9528154 0 0)
A Different Night Out in Stages of Translation ed David Johnstone, Absolute, Bath – interview on translating for the theatre.
The Moment of Submission (interview with Alan Sinfield) in Modern Drama, Vol XXXIX, No I, Spring 1996, University of Toronto
1997Caesar’s Gallic Wars in The Mammoth Book of Gay Short Stories, Robinson Publishing London.
Lady Into Fox (libretto, excerpt) in Conjunctions; 28. Bard College,, Annandale on Hudson, NY
1998 The Seven Sacraments of Nicolas Poussin, Artangel, London ( text of solo performance with illustrations by Robin Whitmore).
Interview, Transcript Vol 3 Part 2, School of Fine Art, University of Dundee
1999 The Dispute, Marivaux, translation, Oberon ,London.
Interview, Tetu,Paris, Mars 1999
Writing Gay London in Waterstone’s Guide to London Writing, Waterstone’s Booksellers. London.
2000 The Threesome , Labiche, translation, Oberon London.
In Extremis. Oberon, London.
The Servant ; introduction to Robin Maugham’s novella ; Prion Books, London.
2002 A Christmas Carol, adapted from Dickens, Oberon London.
La Caza Azul, SophieFaucher/Robert Lepage, translation, Oberon London
The Prince of Homburg, Kleist, translation, Oberon London
The Island of Slaves, Marivaux, translation, Oberon London
Famished, in Bend Sinister, The Gay Times Book of Disturbing Stories, ed. Peter Burton, Gay Men’s Press, London.
Interview on Kleist with Paul Taylor, Independent, London
2003 Camille, adapted and translated from Dumas, Oberon, London.
Rae Smith ; What Drawing Feels Like in What Is Drawing, , Black Dog Publishing, London
2004 Oliver Twist , adapted from Dickens, Oberon, London
Don Juan, Moliere, translation, Oberon London
2005 Programme Note, A Minute Too Late/Complicite, RNT, London
Solo Voices ; Monlogues 1987-2004 ( including Where is Love, That’s How Strong My Love Is, That’s What Friends Are For, A Vision of Love Revealed In Sleep (Part One), Night After Night (Part One), The Seven Sacraments of Nicolas Poussin, The Verger Queen, Does You Good, Improbable ) Oberon, London
Article on Pina Bausch, Guardian, London, February 10 2005
Article on Music Hall, Guardian, London, May 7 2005.
Article on Simeon Solomon, Guardian London , October 8 2005
Documentation of The Beech Buoys in The Turning World; Stories from theLondon International Festival of Theatre (Calouste Gulbenkian London 2005)
2007, Skin Lane, novel, Serpents Tail London
Great Expectations, adapted from Dickens, Oberon, London.
Interview, in British Theatre of the 1990’s, ed. Mireia Aragay, Hildegard Klein, Enric Monforte and Pilar Zozaya,; Palgrave Macmillan, 2007
Bringing Glamour To The Masses ; The Lyric Hammersmith 1994-2004, in Programme Notes; Case Studies for locating experimental theatre; Live Art Development Agency, London.
2008 ,When the time comes, short story, in A Casualty of War, The Arcadia Book of Gay Short Stories, ed. Peter Burton, Arcadia Books , London
Watching Salo, essay on Pasolini’s film Salo, or The 120 Days of Sodom, sleeve notes to DVD re-issue of the film, The Criterion Collection.
An Ideal Husband ? programme essay to accompany production at Abbey Theatre, Dublin.
Here’ s much to do with hate , programme essay to accompany RSC production of Romeo and Juliet at Courtyard Theatre, Stratford.
2009, Buried Treasure, short article on dance and film for Dance Gazette , London, Issue 1
2010 , Or You Could Kiss Me a new play by Neil Bartlett and Handspring Puppet Compnay, Oberon , London.
2011 The Girl I Left Behind Me by Neil Bartlett and Jessica Walker; published by Oberon,London.
2012 Queer Voices, including Oscar Wilde’s “The Remarkable Rocket”, a collection of dramatic monologues also inclduing Helpless, Sleeping Beauty, The Book of Numbers and What Can You Do ? published by Oberon, London.
2014 The Disappearance Boy published by Bloomsbury
Letter to an Unknown Soldier ( with Kate Pullinger) online project www.1418Now.org.uk/letter and also published as an anthology by William Collins.
The Institute of Sexology exhibition catalogue including interview with Neil Bartlett, published by The Wellcome Collection, London.
Jordan’s Dance an essay on Derek Jarman’s Jubilee in Derek Jarman Super 8 edited by James mackay, published by Thames and Hudson , London
2016 Stella a new theatre piece by Neil Bartlett published by Oberon, London.
2017 The Plague adapted from La Peste by Albert Camus, published by Oberon, London.
Queer British Art Essay by Bartlett on queer theatre and performance history in the catalogue to the Tate Britain exhibition.
2018 QUEER MONOLOGUES edited by SCOTTEE ( Oberon , London) anthologises two pieces by Neil Bartlett.
Smiling in Slow Motion a re-issue of the last volume of Derek Jarman’s journals, with a new introduction by Neil Bartlett.
2019 In Praise of Disobedience a selection of prose by Oscar Wilde; introduction by Neil Bartlett. Verso Books.
Funeral Rites a re-issue of Jean Genet’s astonishing novel , with a new introduction by Neil Bartlett. Faber and Faber.
2021 Address Book Neil’s fifth novel ; desire, hope and courage, hidden behind seven different front doors.
2022 ORLANDO Neil’s acclaimed new adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s novel, which had its world premiere production at the Garrick Theatre in London’s West End with Michael Grandage directing and Emma Corrin in the lead role. Published by Nick Hern Books
JEKYLL AND HYDE Neil’s new stage version of Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic gothic chiller premiered at the Derby Theatre. Boldly physical, it brings a new perspective to the toxic masculinity of the original by placing three female characters front and centre in the story – while keeping all the glorious Victorian menace of Stevenson’s language. Published by Nick Hern Books.
Note ; Neil Bartlett and the Politics of Form, an unpublished thesis by Dr Linda Logie, University of Sussex, July 2001, has a useful bibliography of books and articles about Neil Bartlett and his work up to that date.
In April 2013 Neil Bartlett’s personal archive, including manuscript material for most of his published and theatre work to date, was donated to the British Library in London, and can be consulted there.