Books and edited collections
  1. Mahlberg, M. and M. Brook O’Donnell (in preparation, contracted by Continuum). Key Terms in Corpus Linguistics. London: Continuum.
  2. Mahlberg, M. (forthcoming 2012). Corpus Stylistics and Dickens’s Fiction. London: Routledge.
  3. Flowerdew, J. and M. Mahlberg (eds.) (2009). Corpus Linguistics and Lexical Cohesion. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
    Republication (in book-form with index) of
    Flowerdew, J. and M. Mahlberg (eds.) (2006). Corpus Linguistics and Lexical Cohesion. Special issue of the International Journal of Corpus Linguistics.
  4. Hoey, M., M. Mahlberg, M. Stubbs, W. Teubert (2007). Text, Discourse and Corpora. Theory and Analysis. With an introduction by John Sinclair. London: Continuum.
    Each authors has 2 chapters in the book, my chapter are:
    - Chapter 7 “Corpus stylistics: bridging the gap between linguistic and literary studies”
    - Chapter 8 “Lexical items in discourse: identifying local textual functions of sustainable development”
  5. Barnbrook, G., P. Danielsson, M. Mahlberg (eds.) (2005). Meaningful Texts: The Extraction of Semantic Information from Monolingual and Multilingual Corpora. London: Continuum.
  6. Teubert, W. and M. Mahlberg (eds.) (2005). The Corpus Approach to Lexicography. Thematischer Teil von Lexicographica. Internationales Jahrbuch für Lexikographie, 20.
  7. Mahlberg, M. (2005). English General Nouns: A Corpus Theoretical Approach. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
    Reviewed by
    - Joybrato Mukherjee in International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 2007, 12(1), 131-147
    - Susan Hunston in Functions of Language, 2008, 15(1), 180-185
    - Erik Voss in Corpora, 2008, 3(2), 227-230.
Journal articles
  1. O’Donnell, M. Brook, Scott, M., Mahlberg, M., Hoey, M. (2012). “Exploring text-initial words, clusters and concgrams in a Newspaper Corpus”. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory, 73-101
  2. Mahlberg, M. and C. Smith (2012). “Dickens, the suspended quotation and the corpus”, Language and Literature, 51-65.
  3. M. Mahlberg and D. McIntyre (2011). “A case for corpus stylistics: Ian Fleming’s Casino Royale.” English Text Construction. 4(2), 204-227.
  4. Mahlberg, M. (2010). Corpus linguistics and the study of nineteenth century fiction. Journal of Victorian Culture. 15(2), 292-298.
  5. Mahlberg, M. (2007). “Clusters, key clusters and local textual functions in Dickens”. Corpora, 2(1), 1-31. Republished 2012 in D. Biber & R. Reppen (eds.), Corpus Linguistics, Part 3: Phraseology. London: Sage.
  6. Mahlberg, M. (2006). "Lexical cohesion: corpus linguistic theory and its application in ELT". Special issue of the International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 11 (3), 363-383.
  7. Danielsson, P. and M. Mahlberg (2003). "There is more to knowing a language than knowing its words: using parallel texts in the bilingual classroom". English for Specific Purposes World. Online Journal for Teachers, 3 (6), Vol. 2.
  8. Mahlberg, M. (2003). "The textlinguistic dimension of corpus linguistics: The support function of English general nouns and its theoretical implications", International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 8:1, 97-108.
    Republished 2007 in W. Teubert and R. Krishnamurthy (eds.). Corpus Linguistics. Critical Concepts in Linguistics. Vol. 4. London: Routledge, 15-25.
Papers in edited collections
  1. Mahlberg, M. (forthcoming, 2013). “Corpus Analysis of Literary Texts”. In C.A. Chapelle (ed.). The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
  2. Mahlberg, M. (forthcoming, 2012). “Corpus Stylistics – Dickens, text-drivenness and the fictional world”. In J. John (ed.), Essays and Studies on Dickens and Modernity.
  3. Mahlberg, M. (2012). “The corpus stylistic analysis of fiction – or the fiction of corpus stylistics?” In J. Mukherjee & M. Huber (eds.). Corpus Linguistics and Variation in English: Theory and Description. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 77-95.
  4. Mahlberg, M. & Smith, C. (2010) “Corpus approaches to prose fiction: civility and body language in Pride and Prejudice”. In B. Busse & D. McIntyre (eds.). Language and Style. Basingstoke: Palgrave, 449-467.
  5. Mahlberg, M. (2009). “Local textual functions of move in newspaper story patterns”. In U. Römer and R. Schulze (eds.). Exploring the Lexis- Grammar Interface. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 265-287.
  6. Mahlberg, M. (2009). "Corpus stylistics and the Pickwickian watering-pot". In P. Baker (ed.). Contemporary Corpus Linguistics. London: Continuum, 47-63.
  7. Mahlberg, M. (2009). "Patterns in news stories: a corpus approach to teaching discourse analysis". In L. Lombardo (ed.). Using Corpora to Learn about Language and Discourse. Bern: Peter Lang, 99-132.
  8. Mahlberg, M. and O’Donnell, M. Brook (2008). "A fresh view of the structure of hard news stories". In S. Neumann and E. Steiner (eds.) Online Proceedings of the 19th European Systemic Functional Linguistics Conference and Workshop, Saarbrücken, 23-25 July 2007.
    URN: urn:nbn:de:bsz:291-scidok-17005
  9. Mahlberg, M. (2007). "Corpora and translation studies: textual functions of lexis in Bleak House and in a translation of the novel into German". In V. Intonti, G. Todisco and M. Gatto (eds.). La Traduzione. Lo Stato dell'Arte. Translation. The State of the Art. Ravenna: Longo, 115-135.
  10. Mahlberg, M. (2007). “A corpus stylistic perspective on Dickens’ Great Expectations”. In M. Lambrou and P. Stockwell (eds.). Contemporary Stylistics. London: Continuum, 19-31.
  11. Mahlberg, M. (2006). "but it will take time... points of view on a lexical grammar of English". In A. Renouf and A. Kehoe (eds.). The Changing Face of Corpus Linguistics. Amsterdam / Atlanta GA: Rodopi, 377-390.
  12. Mahlberg, M. (2005). "The evidence: corpus design and the words in a dictionary". In W. Teubert and M. Mahlberg (eds.). The Corpus Approach to Lexicography. Thematischer Teil von Lexicographica. Internationales Jahrbuch für Lexikographie, 20, 114-129.
Reviews and short pieces
  1. Mahlberg, M. (2011). "Corpus Linguistics". Section 8.10 in Chapter 8 "Fields of Linguistics". In A. McCabe, An Introduction to Linguistics and Language Studies. London: Equinox,351-354.
  2. Mahlberg, M. (2007). "Review of M. Hori. 2004. Investigating Dickens’ Style: A 2. Collocational Analysis". Language and Literature, 16 (1), 93-96.
  3. Mahlberg, M. (2002). "Review of István Kenesei and Robert M. Harnish (eds.). (2001): Perspectives on Semantics, Pragmatics, and Discourse. A Festschrift for Ferenc Kiefer, Amsterdam/Philadelphia: Benjamins". International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 7:1, 107-131.