Mojisola Adebayo: Plays One, London: Oberon, 2011.
with John Martin and Manisha Mehta, The Theatre for Development Handbook, London: Pan, 2011,
‘The Supernatural Embodied Text: Creating Moj of the Antarctic with the Living and the Dead’ in Sue Broadhurst and Jospehine Machon (eds) Sensualities / Textualities: Writing the Body in 21st Century Performance, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009, p92-102.
48 Minutes for Palestine in Anna Furse (ed), Theatre in Pieces: Politics, Poetics and Interdisciplinary Collaboration 1968-2010, London: Bloomsbury Methuen, 2011, p352-404.
‘Revolutionary Beauty Out of Homophobic Hate: A reflection on I Stand Corrected’ in Gareth White (ed) Applied Theatre: Aesthetics, London: Bloomsbury Methuen, 2015, p123-155.
‘Everything You Know About Queerness You Learnt from Blackness: The Afri-Quia Theatre of Black Dykes, Crips and Kids’ in Alyson Campbell and Stephen Farrier (eds) Queer Dramaturgies: International Perspectives on Where Performance Leads Queer, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016, p 131-149.
The Interrogation of Sandra Bland in Reginald Edmund (ed) Black Lives, Black Words, London: Oberon, 2017, p158-170.
‘In the day you darken in the sun…’ A monologue / poem from Moj of the Antarctic: An African Odyssey in Scottee (ed) The Oberon Book of Queer Monologues, London: Oberon Books, 2018, p.106-109.
‘Asara: A Play with Theory: an introduction and an extract’ in Katja Hilevaara and Emily Orley (eds) The Creative Critic: Writing as / about Practice, London: Routledge, 2018, p.66-72.
‘STARS: an introduction and an extract’ in Isabel Waidner (ed) Liberating The Canon: An Anthology of Innovative Literature, Manchester: Dostoyevsky Wannabe, 2018, p.41-60.
Mojisola Adebayo: Plays Two (includes I Stand Corrected, Oranges and Stones, The Interrogation of Sandra Bland, Asara and STARS, with an introduction by Lynette Goddard), London: Oberon Books, 2019.
'An introduction and extract from STARS’, edited by Dean Atta and Andrew van der Vlies for Wasafiri: Contemporary International Writing Magazine, 2019.
‘Everything You Know About Queerness You Learnt from Blackness: The Afri-Quia Theatre of Black Dykes, Crips and Kids’ republished in Beadle-Blair, Rikki, John R. Gordon and Lady Phyll Opoku (eds) Sista!: An anthology of writings by Same Gender Loving Women of African/Caribbean descent with a UK connection, London: Team Angelica, 2018. Republished with a revised introduction in Peripeti: Journal of Dramaturgy, Number 29/30, 2018, p.43-55.