2020 Guest Editor, “Australasian Ecocriticism: Critical Plant Studies.” Tamkang Review, Vol. 51, No. 1, 2020. General Editor, Iris Ralph.
In 2010, along with Barbara Holloway and Elaine Shannon, Cranston initiated the peer-reviewed ejournal AJE (Australasian Journal of Ecocriticism), published through the National Library of Australia. This was the flagship journal of the Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment (ASLE; later, ASLEC). Cranston continued editing and journal managing AJE until 2016/17. In 2019, the ejournal came under new editorship, and the name was changed to Swamphen: a journal of cultural ecology https://openjournals.library.sydney.edu.au
2016/17 Editors Note AJE: Australasian Journal of Ecocriticism and Cultural Ecology, #6, pp. i-v.
2014 Editors Note, AJE: Australasian Journal of Ecocriticism and Cultural Ecology, #4, pp. i-v.
2011 Editors Note, AJE: Australasian Journal of Ecocriticism and Cultural Ecology, #1, pp. i-iii.
Prior to launching the ecocritical ejournal, Cranston founded (as it was then) the ASLE-ANZ ANewZletter, which she produced, from ASLE’s inception until 2012. Those early years are recorded in the Archives of ASLEC-ANZ’s current newsletter, to be found at https://aslecanz.org.au/
CA. is also a member of ASAL, the Association for the Study of Australian Literature. http://asaliterature.com/ She edited ASAL’s Notes & Furphies bi-annual small-format magazine from 1992 for six years (on recycled, unbleached paper), until the launch of ASAL’s own peer-reviewed journal, JASAL, came into being.
A non-academic, community publication. CA. edited the monthly FPS (London) community magazine, Shofar, from 2017-2019, introducing green concepts to the community through editorials. http://www.fps.org/shofarmag
2007 The Littoral Zone: Australian Contexts and their Writers, co-edited with Robert Zeller, New York. (Nature, Culture and Literature series.)
2000 Along these Lines, from Trowenna to Tasmania: At least two centuries of peripatetic perspectives in poetry and prose. Cornford Press, Launceston. Reintroduced Palawa names to locations.