[11] Jane, Emma A. (2022). Diagnosis Normal: Living with Abuse, Undiagnosed Autism, and COVID-grade Crazy. Australia: Penguin Random House.


[10] Jane, Emma A. (2017). Misogyny Online: A Short (and Brutish) History, LA, London, New Delhi: Sage.


[9] Martellozzo, Elena & Jane, Emma A. (eds.) (2017). Cybercrime and its Victims. Oxon: Routledge.


[8] Barker, Chris. & Jane, Emma A. (2016). Cultural Studies: Theory and Practice, fifth edition. LA, London, New Delhi: Sage (also published in Chinese (Complex Characters) by Wu-Nan Book Inc.).

[7] Jane, Emma A. & Fleming, Chris (2014), Modern Conspiracy – The Importance of Being Paranoid.  New York: Bloomsbury.

[6] Tom, Emma* (2009). Attack of the Fifty-Foot Hormones. Australia: HarperCollins.

[5] Tom, Emma (2006). Bali - Paradise Lost? North Melbourne: Pluto Press.

[4] Tom, Emma (2005). Something About Mary. North Melbourne: Pluto Press.

[3] Tom, Emma (2002). Evidence, (fiction). Australia: HarperCollins.


[2] Tom, Emma (1998). Babewatch. Australia & New Zealand: Hodder Headline.


[1] Tom, Emma (1997). Deadset, (fiction). Australia: Random House.

* Previously I published as "Emma Tom"