February 2013 THE SYLLABUS OF ERRORS. Unthank Books: ISBN 978-0-9564223-9-2
February 2010 TOUCHING THE STARFISH – a novel. Unthank Books: ISBN: 978-0-9564223-0-9.
December 2017: Anticlockwise in Bare Fiction 10.
September 2016: This is the End and Decompression Chamber in The End: Fifteen Endings: Short Fiction Inspired by the Artwork of Nicolas Ruston (Unthank Books)
November 2015: Fixator in The Lonely Crowd: Issue 3
October 2015: All Our Stories End Like This in Wales Arts Review Halloween Special 2015
May 2015: Rivers of Cloud in LossLit #1
October 2013: The Insurrections in Eunoia Review.
September 2013: Catriona’s Five-Year Plan in Lakeview Journal of Art and Literature.
May 2013: Temple and Space in friction: review.
March 2013: Down with the Man of the Devil in FleetingBooks.
November 2012 Trans-Neptune in Unthology No.3
June 2012 If All Things Remain Equal in The Warwick Review: June 2012
March 2012 Iguanadon: http://ink-sweat-and-tears.blogharbor.com
March 2012 Zone Ends: http://eunoiareview.wordpress.com/
February 2012 Forever Breathes the Lonely Word Fleeting
December 2011 Ultima Thule – http://www.fwrictionreview.com/
November 2011 A Popular Novelist Foresees His Death – FleetingBooks
November 2011 The Swan King in Unthology No.2 – ISBN 978-0-9564223-6-1
March 2011 All Else is Photographs: http://www.wufniks.com/
December 2010 Extract from Island Gardens: http://www.beatthedust.com
December 2010 Nobody Pays For It: http://ink-sweat-and-tears.blogharbor.com
December 2010 A Short Story about a Short Film in Unthology No.1 – ISBN 978-0-9564233-1-6
December 2008 It’s That Man Again in Staple 69/70 – ISSN 0266 4410
December 2008 Throbbing Star in Collections (Chapter One) – ISBN 978-0-9557197-0-7
November 2005 Post-Leading Man in Bonfire 3/2005 – ISSN 1745-3607
October 2002 The Suspicion of Bones in The Bridport Prize 2002 – ISBN 1 – 900178-69-9
May 2001 Man to Man in Pretext: Volume 3 – Rancour – UEA/Pen&Inc. ISBN 1-902913-10-8
January 2001 Storming the Bastille in Signals 3 -London Magazine Editions- ISBN-0-904388-86-7
October 1999 CIQ in Pretext: Volume 1 – Salvage – University of East Anglia -ISBN – 1-902912-01-9
October 1998: Hard: A collection of short fiction by Ashley Stokes – UEA <Texts>
January 1998: Strange Chemistry – This is/Lost Love.
December 1997: Something Called the Modern World – EM. Music and Writing Two
August 2001: Plotting a Novel– The Creative Writing Coursebook – Macmillan, ISBN 0 333 782259
September 2016: The End: Fifteen Endings to Fifteen Paintings: Short Fiction Inspired by the Artwork of Nicolas Ruston (Unthank Books).
January 2016: Unthology 8: edited by Ashley Stokes and Robin Jones: Unthank Books
July 2015: Unthology 7: edited by Ashley Stokes and Robin Jones – Unthank Books ISBN978-1-910061-12-1
January 2015: Unthology 6: edited by Ashley Stokes and Robin Jones – Unthank Books ISBN 978-1-910061-04-6
June 2014: Unthology 5: Edited by Ashley Stokes and Robin Jones – Unthank Books, ISBN 978-1-910061-00-8
November 2013: Unthology 4: edited by Ashley Stokes and Robin Jones – Unthank Books, ISBN 978-0-9572897 – 4 – 1
“Unthology 4 is a wonderful collection, packed with distinct author voices and well considered, skilfully composed prose. Hugely entertaining, never dull and always intriguing, Unthology 4 makes for a stunningly original read.” The Siren.
November 2012: Unthology 3, edited by Ashley Stokes and Robin Jones – Unthank Books, ISBN 978-0-9572897-0-3
“The first short story anthology I’ve read in which there wasn’t a single story I despised.” Book Munch.
November 2011: Unthology 2, edited by Ashley Stokes and Robin Jones – Unthank Books, ISBN 978-0-9564223-6-1
“Overall this is a great showcase for up and coming writers and it gives you everything a short story collection should. Great writing, different styles and a chance to be shocked, saddened and entertained.” Inside Books
November 2010: Unthology 1, edited by Ashley Stokes and Robin Jones – Unthank Books, ISBN 978-0-9564223-1-6
“ . . . all the stories in Unthology are enjoyable and well-written, with some unique voices emerging. The collection keeps its promises: this is a varied, well put-together collection showcasing some interesting writers in an unrestricted and playful place.” The Short Review