The Keats-Shelley Review is the bi-annual Journal of Keats-Shelley Memorial Association and the Keats-Shelley House in Rome.
The Review is lively and accessible. It contains new research by Romantic scholars, book reviews, winning entries from the Keats-Shelley Prize and reports from the Chairman of KSMA and the Curator of the House in Rome.
Editor: Professor Nicholas Roe, University of St. Andrews
Jeffrey Cox, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA
Richard Lansdown, James Cook University, Cairns, Australia
Kiyoshi Nishiyama, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
Michael O'Neill, Durham University, UK
Grant Scott, Muhlenberg College, Allentown, USA
Matthew Scott, Reading University, UK
Ann Wroe, The Economist, London, UK
Duncan Wu, Georgetown University, Washington, USA
Submissions should be sent to Professor Nicholas Roe, The University of St. Andrews, KY16 9AL or firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor Nicholas Roe, editor of the Review
Highlights of Review 27.2
Derrynaculen Connections: John Keats and Mull in the Twentieth Century Christine Harding
Emotional Landscapes: Romantic Travels in Scotland R. S. White
'Straining After Impossibilities’: Textual Presentation and the Scrope Davies Find Mark Anderson
Subscriptions Friends of KSMA receive the Keats-Shelley review FREE.
It is also available to institutions and libraries by subscription only through Maney Publishing.
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The Review has a unique target audience of Romantic readers, students and professionals.
The Keats-Shelley Memorial Bulletin preceded the Review and back issues 11-19 from 1960-8 are available via the Friends’ Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org
The KSMA Newsletter is sent out by mail or email usually in February and August. It keeps Friends in touch with activities, developments and events at the Keats-Shelley House and throughout the UK. Notices of Romantic events which may interest Friends and any possible contributions should be sent to the Editor, James Kidd email@example.com
Keats and Italy : A History of the Keats-Shelley House in Rome was published to mark the centenary of KSMA in 2003 and the opening of the museum in 1909. It contains a full account of the founding of the museum, an architectrual history of the House, a comprehensive record of the collection and a look at the influence of Italy on Keats.
An excellent selection of books on the Romantics and their circle is available from the on-line bookshop at the Keats-Shelley House