- Strode, William,'Sermon concerning Death and the Resurrection', 1644
- Strode, William,'Sermon concerning swearing',1644
- Strode, William, 'The Floating Island', 1655
- Strode, William, 'Sermon at a Visitation held at Lin, Norfolk, 24/6/1633', 1660
- The Poetical Works of William Strode', edited by Bertram Dobell (1907)
- M.C.Crum, "William Fulman and an Autograph Manuscript of the Poet Strode", 'The Bodleian Library Record,
- M.Forey, 'A Critical Edition of the Poetical Works of William Strode, excluding "The Floating Island",
- M.Forey, "Manuscript Evidence and the Author of 'Aske me no more':William Strode, not Thomas
- Adam Smyth, '"Art Reflexive": The Poetry, Sermons, and Drama of William Strode (1601?-645)', 'Studies
- M.Forey, "William Strode's 'The Floating Island': Play and Political Propaganda", 'The Seventeenth
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