Alan Garner page on The Guardian (click on reference to follow link)
BUTLER, C. and CHILDREN’S LITERATURE ASSOCIATION (U.S.), 2006. Four British fantasists: place and culture in the children’s fantasies of Penelope Lively, Alan Garner, Diana Wynne Jones, and Susan Cooper. Oxford: Scarecrow. (click on reference to follow link)
ALAN GARNER, 2010. High up on the Edge I ran to rouse the Devil from his grave; Marking the 50th anniversary of The Weirdstone of Brisingamen, Alan Garner recalls the scenery that inspired a children’s classic. The Times (London, England), 18. ISSN 0140-0460.
ALISON FLOOD, 2012. Review: THE BOOKS INTERVIEW: Alan Garner: I don’t think I’ve frightened myself before when writing, but there were areas where there was terror. The Guardian (London, England), 11. ISSN 0261-3077.
BUTLER, C., 2001. Alan Garner’s Red Shift and the Shifting Ballad of ‘Tam Lin’. Children’s Literature Association Quarterly, 26(2), pp. 74-83.
CHARLES BUTLER, 2001. Alan Garner’s Red Shift and the Shifting Ballad of. Children’s Literature Association Quarterly, 26(2), pp. 74-83.
DAVID BATTY, 1998. Health: Falling sickness From wild flights of imagination to the pit of despair: writer Alan Garner talks to David Batty about coping with manic depression. The Guardian, T.015. ISSN 0261-3077.
ERICA WAGNER, 2012. Magical voice of his native land; interview; Alan Garner cast a spell 50 years ago that his latest novel will finally conclude, finds Erica Wagner. The Times (London, England), 11. ISSN 0140-0460.
GODEK, S., 2004. The Great Tunes of the Hough: Music and Song in Alan Garner’s The Stone Book Quartet. Children’s Literature in Education, 35(1), pp. 69-75.
HARDWICK, P., 2000. “Not in the Middle Ages”?: Alan Garner’s The Owl Service and the Literature of Adolescence. Children’s Literature in Education, 31(1), pp. 23-30.
MAVIS REIMER, 1989. The Family as Mythic Reservoir in Alan Garner’s Stone Book Quartet. Children’s Literature Association Quarterly, 14(3), pp. 132-135.
NICHOLAS CLEE, 2008. Garner declares war on the Wags. The Times, 6. ISSN 0140-0460.
PHILIP, N., 1981. A fine anger: a critical introduction to the work of Alan Garner. London: Collins.