Thornton, P. (2019) ‘Subprime Language & the Crash’, in Kitchin, R., Graham, M., Mattern, S. and Shaw, J., (Eds.). How to Run a City Like Amazon, and Other Fables. London: Meatspace Press.

Thornton, P. (2019) ‘{POEM}.PY’, in Balaam, M. and Hansen, L. K. (eds), Wilful Technologies: Rage and resilience. Arhus Press.

Thornton, P. (2019) ‘Words as data: The vulnerability of language in an age of digital capitalism’, Crest Security Review (Spring/09), pp.8-9.

Thornton, P. (2018). A critique of linguistic capitalism: provocation/intervention. GeoHumanities, 4:2, pp. 417-437.

Thornton, P. (2018). Language Redux. In Anderson C. U. & Cox G. (eds). A Peer-Reviewed Journal About Research Values, Vol 7, Issue 1.

Thornton, P. (2017). Geographies of (con)text: language and structure in a digital age. Computational Culture, Issue 6.

Thornton, P. (2017). The Death of the Reader. Under the Influence Magazine, Spring/Summer, pp. 150-155.

Thornton, P. (2016). Diary of a plastic soldier (extracts). Critical Military Studies 2, no. 1-2. pp. 137-138.

Thornton, P. (2015). The meaning of light: seeing and being on the battlefield. cultural geographies 22, no. 4, pp. 567-583.

Thornton, P. (under review). Language in the age of algorithmic reproduction.

Thornton, P. & Danaher, J. (under review). On the (un)wisdom of algorithmic markets: governance by algorithmic price.

Thornton, P. & Morris, JH. (in preparation). Subprime language: the value of words in an age of digital capitalism.

Thornton, P. & Foley, J. (in preparation). Reverse engineering fictions: hacking Google AdWords with poetry.