Nisbet, G 2020, Epigrams from the Greek Anthology. The World's Classics, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Nisbet, G 2015, Martial: Epigrams: With Parallel Latin Text. A new selection translated by Gideon Nisbet. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Nisbet, G & Livingstone, N 2010, Epigram. Greece and Rome New Surveys, Cambridge University Press.
Nisbet, G 2020, 'Martial's poetics of plagiarism', The American Journal of Philology, vol. 141, no. 1, pp. 55-81. https://doi.org/10.1353/ajp.2020.0003
Nisbet, G 2019, Sappho in Roman Epigram. in T Thorsen & S Harrison (eds), Roman Receptions of Sappho. Classical Presences, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 265-287. https://doi.org/10.1093/oso/9780198829430.003.0015
Nisbet, G 2017, How Oscar Wilde read John Addington Symonds's 'Studies of the Greek Poets'. in K Riley, A Blanshard & I Manny (eds), Oscar Wilde and Classical Antiquity. Classical Presences, Oxford University Press, pp. 37-55.
Nisbet, G 2018, Kenneth Rexroth: Greek Anthologist. in S Murnaghan & RM Rosen (eds), Hip Sublime: Beat Writers and the Classical Tradition. Ohio State University Press, pp. 184-209. <https://ohiostatepress.org/books/titles/9780814213551.html>
Nisbet, G 2015, Mecha in Olympus: Masamune Shirow's 'Appleseed'. in G Kovacs & C Marshall (eds), Son of Classics and Comics. Oxford University Press, New York, pp. 67-78.
Nisbet, G 2014, Epigrams - the classical tradition. in P Ford, J Bloemendal & C Fantuzzi (eds), Brill's Encyclopaedia of the Neo-Latin World. Brill, Leiden, pp. 379-86.
Nisbet, G 2012, '"Flowers in the Wilderness": Greek Epigram and the Victorians'. in S Harrison & C Stray (eds), Expurgating the Classics: Editing Out in Latin and Greek. Bristol Classical Press, pp. 73-94.
Nisbet, G 2012, Imperial Satire revoiced. in S Braund & J Osgood (eds), A Companion to Persius and Juvenal. Blackwell-Wiley, pp. 486-512.
Nisbet, G 2012, ‘An ancient Greek graphic novel: the Heracles papyrus’. in C Marshall & C Kovacs (eds), Classics and Comics. Oxford University Press.
Nisbet, G 2012, ‘“And your father sees you”: paternity in Alexander’. in B Carney & D Ogden (eds), Philip II and Alexander the Great: Father and Son, Lives and Afterlives.
Nisbet, G 2010, '"This is Cake-Town!": '300' (2006) and the death of allegory'. in S Hodkinson & I MacGregor Morris (eds), Sparta in Modern Thought.
Nisbet, G 2012, Prolegomena to a Steampunk Catullus: Classics and SF’, 3rd annual British Science Fiction Foundation guest lecture: British National Science Fiction Convention (‘Eastercon’), Birmingham, April 2011..
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