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1 Clarity and Vitality Paul Watt , 2018 single work
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , May no. 401 2018; (p. 59-60)

'Eileen Joyce’s name is not to be found in books about the great pianists, but a great pianist she was nonetheless. Born and raised in rural Tasmania and Western Australia, she studied in Leipzig and London and eventually found fame as a versatile pianist with an unusually robust technique and a wide repertory (including ninety concertos). The new reissue of her studio recordings (Decca/Eloquence), which includes performances of chamber music and works for harpsichord, will pleasantly surprise listeners with their clarity and vitality of playing.' (Introduction)

1 U Turn i "It's when nothing can go right", Paul Watt , 2004 single work poetry
— Appears in: Fighting the Demons : An Anthology of Poetry and Drawings Connected with Prison, by Prisoners, Family Members and Other Connected People 2004; (p. 56)
1 Editing Dissertations Paul Watt , 1999 single work criticism
— Appears in: Publishing Studies , Autumn no. 7 1999; (p. 45-51)
A discussion on whether a professional editior should edit a student's dissertaion.