Davison later compiled a handful of writings—including letters, an obituary for H. G. Wells , and his reconstruction of Orwell's list —into Lost Orwell: Being a Supplement to The Complete Works of George Orwell , which was published by Timewell Press in 2006, with a paperback published on 25 September 2007. In 2011, Davison's selection of letters and journal entries were published as George Orwell: A Life in Letters and Diaries by Harvill Secker.  A selection by Davison from Orwell's journalism and other writings were published by Harvill Secker in 2014 under the title Seeing Things as They Are .
‘This collection of intelligently sculpted essays, written by academics, journalists and political scientists, describes Libya’s descent into chaos after the 2011 uprising that toppled Colonel Muammar Qaddafi. Collectively, the authors present possibly the most detailed and comprehensive account of the events that unfolded in Libya before February 2011, when the armed rebellion broke out. They go about their brief admirably and courageously, drawing on their experiences and knowledge of the country as they attempt to make sense of what seems to be a failed state heading inexorably into anarchy.’ — Ashur Shamis, Good Governance Africa
'Thankfully, all the young writers in The Interregnum have a sense of progress. None of them mourn a forgotten utopia nor eulogise the death of the Kiwi Dream (which never existed anyway). They place themselves at the beachhead or vanguard of an infant movement which seeks to overturn and destroy the prevailing consensus, and de facto rejects the crustiness of some of their comrades who maintain that the best elements of our society lay in our past. Those zombies need not rise again. But Morgan Godfrey does resurrect an important concept: the idea of the human being.' James Robins, NewstalkZB, 16 March 2016