The Keats-Shelley Review is the bi-annual Journal of Keats-Shelley Memorial Association and the Keats-Shelley House in Rome.
It has a unique identity and broad appeal, embracing Romanticism, English literature and Anglo-Italian relations. A diverse range of items are published within the Review, including reports, notes, prize-winning essays and contemporary poetry of the highest quality, around a core of peer-reviewed academic articles, essays and reviews.
The Editor, Dr James Grande, along with the editorial board, seeks to develop the depth and quality of the contributions, whilst retaining the Review’s distinctive and accessible nature.
The journal is the official organ of Keats-Shelley House in Rome and the Review contains new material about the house, securing the broad based appeal of this scholarly journal. The Review has a longstanding status as a prestigious journal of major literary and cultural significance, appealing both to a broadly informed and more specialised readership. The journal celebrated its centenary in 2009.
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All submissions should be sent to email@example.com. Review copies should be mailed to Dr James Grande, Department of English, King's College London, Virginia Woolf Building, 22 Kingsway, London, WC2B 6LE.
Editor: James Grande (King's College London)
John Barnard (University of Leeds)
James Chandler (University of Chicago)
Jeffrey Cox (University of Colorado Boulder)
Nora Crook (Anglia Ruskin University)
Anthony Howe (Birmingham City University)
Richard Lansdown (James Cook University)
Jon Mee (University of York)
Kiyoshi Nishiyama (Waseda University)
Michael O’Neill (Durham University)
Sharon Ruston (Lancaster University)
Grant Scott (Muhlenberg College)
Matthew Scott (University of Reading)
Susan Wolfson (Princeton University)
Ann Wroe (The Economist)
Duncan Wu (Georgetown University)
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