Two key papers by Mark Robinson on adaptive resilience can be downloaded from Arts Council England’s website:
The Role of Diversity in Building Adaptive Resilience – co-written with Tony Nwachukwu, published in 2011
Making Adaptive Resilience Real – published in 2010.
‘What It Does To You’: Excellence in CPP: commissioned by Creative People & Places, co-written with Consillium Research
Allenheads Contemporary Arts
Arts at the Old Fire Station, Oxford
Black Country Living Museum
Ironbridge Gorge Museum
Ministry of Stories
Red Earth Theatre
Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History
South Bank Centre
Western Australia Museum
Six Degrees of Connection: Towards the Absolute Alrightness of the Kids a publication arising from Tyneside Cinema’s The Kids Are Alright conference on young people and specialised cinema. It includes a poem written and performed at the conference and recommendations based on the Young Tyneside programme.
21 Ways of Looking At The Sponsors Club, a booklet combining data, stories and poetry to mark the 21st birthday of The Sponsors Club, published in 2012
Articles and commissioned blogs
Five things people forget about resilience: in Engage 36, International Journal of Visual Art and Gallery Education
The F Word: essay on failure Commissioned by Native, the magazine from the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts, a NESTA/ACE partnership.
Rollercoasters, cycles and other models of adaptive resilience – for Arts Queensland, Australia
The business case for diversity, Arts Professional, December 2011
Angels on a pinhead Arts Professional, May 2010
Selected academic articles
The value of theatre and dance for Tyneside’s audiences: joint authored by Joshua Edelman, Maja Šorli and Mark Robinson (Supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council Cultural Value Project, delivered by The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London Thinking Practice and The Empty Space)
‘‘True North’: reinvention of the provinces in the poems of Simon Armitage and the Northern School’ inA World of Local Voices (Universitat des Saarlandes, 2003)
‘Building a Democratic Literary Culture on Teesside’ in Poetry Now: Contemporary British & Irish Poetry in the Making (Studies in English Vol 13) ed. Holger Klein (Stauffenburg-Verlag, 1999)
How I Learned to Sing (Smokestack Books, 2013) New & Selected Poems
A Balkan Exchange: 8 British and Bulgarian Poets, (co-translator of Kristin Dimitrova, Georgi Gospodinov, Nadya Radulova and VBV, with Andy Croft, W.N. Herbert and Linda France) (Arc 2006) – new work and translation of leading Bulgarian poets
’Running Good Writing Groups (with Rebecca ORourke) (National Association of Writers Groups, 2003) – a handbook originally published by University of Leeds in 1996 and then updated in 2003.
Words out Loud: 10 essays on the poetry reading (Editor, Stride 2002) – one of the first studies of its types of the social and cultural practice of poetry readings
Half A Mind (Flambard, 1998) – poems
Twelfth Song, Hulke Aktunc (co-translator, Poetry Ireland, 1998)
Water Music Lale Muldur (co-translator, Poetry Ireland, 1998)
Gaps Between Hills (with Dermot Blackburn & Andy Croft, poems and photographs) (Scratch, 1996) – shortlisted for a Northern Electric Arts Award
The Horse Burning Park (Stride, 1994) – poems
A Hole Like That: 13 Cleveland Poets (editor) (Scratch, 1994)
Magazine & Literary Journals: A Guide (Cleveland Arts, 1994).