2015. “Books on the Move.” PMLA 130 (3). pmla_price_galleys.pdf
2014. “Review of A.N. Wilson, "Victoria: A Life.".” New York Times Book Review. Publisher's Version
2014. “Last Offices. Review of Dave Eggers, the Circle and Nikil Saval, Cubed.”. Publisher's Version
Price, Leah. 2014. “Search: Response.” Representations 127. rep127_08_price.pdf
Price, Leah. 2014. “Review of Nicholas Basbanes, "On Paper".” Times Literary Supplement. Full text
Price, Leah. 2014. “Review of Susan Elderkin and Ella Berthoud, "The Novel Cure".” Times Literary Supplement, 14 February. Full text
Price, Leah. 2014. “The Medium Is Not the Message.” Times Literary Supplement. Full text
2013. “"You Can't Check Email." Review of Andrew Piper, "Book Was There", and Anouk Lang, "From Codex to Hypertext".” Times Literary Supplement, April 22. Full text
Price, Leah. 2013. “Review of Elizabeth Miller, "Slow Print".” Times Literary Supplement, 24 May.
Price, Leah. 2013. “The Help and the Helped.” New York Times Book Review. Full text
Price, Leah. 2013. “When Doctors Prescribe Books to Heal the Mind.” Boston Globe. Full text
Price, Leah. 2013. “'Paper: An Elegy,' by Ian Sansom.” San Francisco Chronicle. Full text
Price, Leah. 2013. “Books on Books.” Public Books. Full text
Price, Leah. 2012. “Reading in Place.” Chronicle of Higher Education.
Price, Leah. 2012. “Dead Again.” New York TImes Book Review. Backpage essay
Price, Leah. 2012. “A Bad Month for Books.” West 86th: Journal of material culture and design history. Website
Price, Leah. 2012. How to Do Things with Books in Victorian Britain. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Publisher's Version

Walter Channing Cabot Prize for Distinguished Publication; Robert Lowry Patten for best book on 18th- or 19th-century literature; Honorable Mention, James Russell Lowell Prize for best book in any field of literary criticismNamed “book of the year” by Books and Culture and listed among “Top Ten History Books of 2012” by Open Letters MonthlyReviewed in Times Literary Supplement, Library Journal, Boston Globe, Times Higher Education Supplement, Literary Review, History Today, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Toronto Star, Threepenny Review, Los Angeles Review of Books, Chronicle of Higher Education, Books & Culture, National Post (Canada), Huffington Post, Review of English Studies, Victorian Studies, Studies in English Literature, Novel, Nineteenth-Century Books Online, Review 13, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net, Victorian Review, Sewanee Review, Reception, Campaign for the American Reader, P. 99 Test, Humanities, Electric Scotland, Open Letters Monthly, Reception, Victorians Institute Journal, Journal of Victorian Culture, Wordsworth Circle, Victorian Web, Nineteenth-Century Contexts, and on NPR; Interviews on Talk Radio Europe, Literature Lab, HLIT, Books and Arts Daily, C-SPAN, and on WVKR FM; Chapter 3 reprinted in Broadview Critical Edition of David Copperfield (ed. Eileen Gillooly, 2015); excerpted in Berfrois; Subject of panel discussions at Boston Book Festival, Mid-Manhattan Public Library; and of the annual weeklong faculty seminar, King's College Cambridge.

Price, Leah, and Kate Flint. 2012. “Reading and Literary Criticism.” Cambridge History of English Literature: The Victorian Period. full_text.pdf
Price, Leah. 2011. “The Subconscious Shelf.” New York Times Book Review. Publisher's Version