Including edited literary texts and edited collections of poetry by various authors including William Morris and J.M.W. Turner.

[Lindsay, J., Slessor, K. and Johnson, F.C. (eds] (1923) Poetry in Australia. Sydney, Vision Press.

Lindsay, J. (ed.) (1928) Inspiration: an anthology of utterances by creative minds defining the creative act and its lyrical basis in life. London, Fanfrolico Press.

Lindsay, J. (ed.)  (1928) The Parlement of Pratlers, a series of Elizabethan dialogues and monologues illustrating daily life and the conduct of a gentleman on the grand tour, extracted from ‘Ortho-epia Gallica’ a book on the correct pronunciation of the French Language written by John Eliot and published in the year of 1593. London: Fanfrolico Press.

Lindsay, J. (ed.) (1927) Loving Mad Tom: bedlamite verses of the 16th and 17th centuries. London, Fanfrolico Press.

Warlock, P. [Phillip Heseltine] and Lindsay, J. (eds) (1927) The metamorphosis of Ajax: a new discourse on a stale subject by Sir John Harington. with an anatomie of the metamorphosed Ajax, reprinted from the original editions. London, Fanfrolico Press.

Lindsay, J. (as Peter Meadows) (ed.) (1927) Delighted earth: a selection from Herrick’s Hesperides. London, Fanfrolico Press.

Lindsay, J. (ed.) (1930) Fleas in amber: verses and one fable in prose on the philosophy of vermin. London, Fanfrolico Press.

Lindsay, J. (ed.) (1930) A defence of women for their inconstancy and their paintings made by Jack Donne. London, Fanfrolico Press.

Lindsay, J. (ed.) (1930) The letters of Philip Stanhope, 2nd Earl of Chesterfield. London, Fanfrolico Press.

Lindsay, J. (ed.) (1934) l am a Roman: translations from the Latin. Trans. Lindsay, J. London, Mathews & Marrot.

Lindsay, J. (ed.) (1934) Medieval Latin poets. Trans. Lindsay, J. London, Mathews & Marrot.

Lindsay, J. and Rickword, E. (eds) (1939) A handbook of freedom: a record of English democracy through twelve centuries. London, Lawrence & Wishart.

Carpenter, M., Lindsay, J. and Arundel, H. (eds) (1945) New lyrical ballads. London, Editions Poetry.

Lindsay, J. (ed.) (1947) Anvil: life and arts. A miscellany. London, Meridian Books.

Lindsay, J. (ed.) (1948) Poems by Robert Herrick. London, Grey Walls Press.

Lindsay, J. (ed.) (1948) Selected poems of William Morris. London: Grey Walls Press.

Lindsay, J. (ed.) (1950) Paintings and drawings by Leslie Hurry. London: Grey Walls Press.

Lindsay, J. (ed.) (1951) Stancu,Z. Barefoot. Trans. P.M. London, Fore Publications.

Lindsay, J. (ed.) (1957) William Blake: 200 years. Sudbury, Suffolk, Myriad Press.

Lindsay, J. (ed.) (1957) Russian poetry: 1917-1955. Trans. Lindsay, J.  London: Bodley Head.

Lindsay, J. (ed.) (1960) Modern Russian poetry. Trans. Lindsay, J. London: Vista Books.

Lindsay, J. (ed.) (1961) Ribaldry of Greece: an anthology. Trans. Lindsay, J. London: Elek.

Lindsay, J. (ed.) (1961) Ribaldry of Rome: an anthology. Trans. Lindsay, J. London: Elek.

Lindsay, J. (ed.) (1966) The sunset ship: the poems of J. M. W. Turner. Lowestoft, England, Scorpion Press.

Lindsay, J. (ed.) (1970) Joseph Priestley. Autobiography: memoirs written by himself [and] An account of further discoveries in air. Somerset, Bath: Adams & Dart.