Edward L. Bishop
BA, MA, PhD
University of Alberta, Queen's University
Professor, Department of English and Film Studies
University of Alberta
Riding With Rilke
Motorcycle Award of Excellence for best Motorcycle Book, Wilfred Eggleston Award for Non-Fiction (2006)
Edward L. "Ted" Bishop is a Canadian author and academic. A professor of English literature and film studies at the University of Alberta, his first non-academic publication was Riding with Rilke: Reflections on Motorcycles and Books, a travel memoir which was a Canadian bestseller in 2005 and a finalist for the  2005 Governor General's Award for English non-fiction, and won the MAX Award (Motorcycle Award of Excellence) for best Motorcycle Book and Wilfred Eggleston Award for Non-Fiction.  
Bishop, Edward (1989). A Virginia Woolf chronology. Macmillan. ISBN 978-0-333-38855-6.
Bishop, Edward (1991). Virginia Woolf. Macmillan. ISBN 978-0-333-40754-7.
Bishop, Edward L. (1992). The subject in 'Jacob's Room. . Modern Fiction Studies 38. pp. 147+.
Bishop, Edward L. (1994). Re: Covering Ulysses. . Joyce Studies Annual 5. University of Texas. pp. 22–55.
Bishop, Edward L. (1998). The 'Garbled History' of the First-edition Ulysses. . Joyce Studies Annual 9. University of Texas. pp. 3–36.
Bishop, Edward L., ed. (July 30, 1998). Virginia Woolf's Jacob's Room: The Holograph Draft. Pace University Press. ISBN 978-0-944473-45-0.
Bishop, Ted (27 September 1999). Plastic is passe: credit is no longer a mark of distinction. Cash means class and escape from the matrix. . Globe & Mail Toronto, Canada.
Bishop, Edward (2002). Institutions of Modernism: Literary Elites and Public Culture. . Modern Philology 99. pp. 485+.
Bishop, Edward, ed. (July 2004). Jacob's Room: The Shakespeare Head Press Edition of Virginia Woolf. Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN 978-0-631-17722-7.
O'Driscoll, Michael; Bishop, Edward (2004). Archiving 'archiving'. . English Studies in Canada 30. pp. 1+.
Bishop, Edward (2005). Riding with Rilke: reflections on motorcycles and books. Viking Canada. ISBN 0-670-06385-1.
Bishop, Ted (July 2006). . It's not the hardware, it's the history: the Harris Vincent Gallery (Excerpt adapted from Riding with Rilke) International Journal of Motorcycle Studies . Retrieved . 2011-06-01
Bishop, Ted (2007). Virginia Woolf, the Intellectual, and the Public Sphere. . University of Toronto Quarterly 76. University of Toronto Press. pp. 507–509.
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