Stourac, R. and McCreery, K. (1986) Theatre as a Weapon, Workers' Theatre in the Soviet Union, Germany & Britain, 1917-1934. London and New York: Routledge & Kegan Paul.
McCreery, K. (2009) 'When I Meet My Mother'. In: Kilalea, R. (ed.) In The Continuum and other plays (Schools Edition). Harare: Weaver Press. A-level set text in Zimbabwe.
McCreery, K. (May, 2001) 'When I Meet My Mother'. In: Fernando, J.L. (ed.) Children's Rights, The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. Vol. 575. Sage Publications, Inc.: Thousand Oaks, London, New Delhi.
Red Ladder Theatre: McCreery, K., Sedley, M., Seyd, R., MacDowell, N., Guarita, C., Rawlence, C., Trafford, S., Park, G., Stourac, R. (1980) 'Strike While the Iron Is Hot'. In: Wandor, M. (ed.) Strike While the Iron is Hot, Three plays on sexual politics. London & West Nyack: The Journeyman Press.
Red Ladder Theatre: McCreery, K., Sedley, M., Seyd, R., MacDowell, N., Guarita, C., Rawlence, C., Trafford, S., Park, G., Stourac, R. (1975) 'Strike While the Iron is Hot' (excerpts). In: Trade Union Studies, A course for active trade unionists. London: The British Broadcasting Corporation.
McCreery, K. (2007) 'Writing to the President'. In: Bradman, T. (ed.) Give Me Shelter, Stories about children who seek asylum. London: Frances Lincoln Children's Books - shortlisted for UK Literacy Association award 2008.
Chapters or sections in edited books
McCreery, K. (2009) 'Flightpaths: Challenging racism in Sunderland and Newcastle'. In: Prentki, T. and Preston, S. (eds.) The Applied Theatre Reader. London and New York: Routledge.
McCreery, K. (1996) 'Kathleen McCreery'. In: Goodman, L. (ed./interviewer) and de Gay, J. (research assistant/interviewer) Feminist Stages, Interviews with Women in Contemporary British Theatre. Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishers.
McCreery, K. (1995) 'Kathleen McCreery writes...' (part of "Sacred Heart Comprehensive, Fenham") In: Fitzgerald, K. (ed.) Burning Books, The Fahrenheit 451 Project: Writers in Schools. Whitley Bay: The Bay Press.
McCreery, K. (ed.) (2002) Writing On Our Bodies, An anthology of creative writing from East Cleveland. Middlesbrough: Cleveland Arts.
McCreery, K. (ed.) (1999) Who Do You See?, a collection of song lyrics written by Year Nine students from St. Robert of Newminster R.C. School. Sunderland: Sunderland Writers in Schools project, City of Sunderland.
McCreery, K. and Sloan, C. (eds.) (1987) Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: Creative writing by people from Middlesbrough. Middlesbrough: Cleveland County Libraries.
Articles in periodicals
McCreery, K. and Watson, N. (Spring 2007) 'We have no more secrets, A multicultural theatre project in Lesotho', Writing in Education, Issue No. 41, centre pages (i - viii)
McCreery, K. (Summer 2001) 'Playmaking with Street Children in Ghana'. Writing in Education, Issue No. 23, pp. 15-19.
McCreery, K. (May 2001) 'From Street to Stage with Children in Brazil and Ghana'. In: Fernando, J.L. (special ed.) Children's Rights, The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. Vol. 575., pp. 122 - 146.
McCreery, K. and Thurgood, M. (Winter/Spring 2001) 'Getting started...writing for theatre', Mslexia, No. 8, p. 11.
McCreery, K. (November 2000) 'Why should we tell our stories?', Writernet, Vol. 2, No. 6, pp. 6-8.
McCreery, K. (September 1999) 'Every day they rewarded me with their affection and their jokes', The Writer From Tyneside, Northern Review, Issue No. 44, p. 17.
McCreery, K. (May 1991) 'Hot Potato, creating scenes in Cumbria and Cleveland/Cleveland Theatre', The Next Stage Quarterly.
McCreery, K. (November 1991) 'Making a Drama out of a Crisis', Language and Learning, No. 7, pp. 22-24.
Goodman, L. (ed.) (Winter 1991) 'The (Woman) Writer and T.I.E.', MTD Journal, No. 3, pp. 26 - 32. (Edited transcript of workshop at Theatre Writers' Union Conference. Participants: Lizbeth Goodman, Frances Jessup, Judith Johnson, Kathleen McCreery, Julie Wilkinson, Amanda Wray)
Goodman, L. (ed.) (Autumn 1991) 'The (Woman) Writer and T.I.E., Part II', MTD Journal, No. 4, pp. 22 - 26. See above.
McCreery, K. (Summer 1990) 'Zimbabwean Links', Drama Broadsheet, Vol. 7, Issue 2. pp. 14-15.
McCreery, K. (Winter 1979) 'Proltet: Yiddish theatre in the 1930s', Race and Class, The Journal for the Institute of Race Relations and the Transnational Institute, Vol XX, No. 3, pp. 293 - 305
McCreery, K. (July 1973) 'Travels in Ireland', Canadian Dimension, Vol. 9, No. 6, pp. 48-50 & pp. 63-66.
Newspapers (Fiction and non-fiction)
McCreery K. (1-7 March 2007) 'Writing to the President' (excerpt), The Zimbabwean, Vol. 3, No. 8, p. 21.
McCreery, K. (Friday, January 14, 2005) 'Sue Welshman, Drama teacher who forged international links', (obituary), The Guardian, p. 29.
McCreery, K. (Thursday, March 29, 1990) 'Once the ink gets into your blood', The Page (produced by The Northern Echo, Northern Arts and Durham County Libraries). p. 7, The Northern Echo.
McCreery, K. (October 9th, 1987) ‘Feast in the forest’, review of Tara Arts’ Production ‘Exile in the Forest’, The Northern Echo.
McCreery, K. (1993) 'William McCreery' (poem). In: Allen, B.J., (ed.) (1993) Poetry Marathon '93 Charity Anthology. Newcastle upon Tyne: Bryan John Allen.
McCreery, K. (May 1991) 'Middlesbrough Mothercare' (poem), The Next Stage Quarterly.