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The Wallace Stevens Journal

About The Wallace Stevens Journal: Devoted to all aspects of the poetry and life of American modernist poet Wallace Stevens, The Wallace Stevens Journal has been publishing scholarly articles, poems, book reviews, news, and bibliographies since 1977.

Contact Information:

2715 N. Charles Street

Baltimore, MD  21218

Phone: (800) 548-1784 or International +1 410 516 6987

Email: jrnlcirc[at]press.jhu[dot]edu

Web: www.press.jhu.edu/journals/wallace_stevens_journal/

Submission/Subscription Information:

ISSN: 0148-7132 Founded: 1977 Issues per year: 2 Distributors: Johns Hopkins University Press Copy price: $18 Average pages: 160 Sample price (postpaid): $18 Subscription (Ind) 1 year: $30 (print or online) Subscription (Inst) 1 year: $73 (print or online); $91 (print & online)

Publisher’s description: Devoted to all aspects of the poetry and life of American modernist poet Wallace Stevens, The Wallace Stevens Journal has been publishing scholarly articles, poems, book reviews, news, and bibliographies since 1977. The Journal regularly features previously unpublished primary or archival material and photographs, as well as interpretive criticism of the writer’s poetry and essays, theoretical reflections, biographical and contextual studies, comparisons with other writers, and original art work. Increasingly international in orientation, this double-blind peer-reviewed journal welcomes a diversity of approaches and perspectives. Sponsored by The Wallace Stevens Society.

Recent issues:

Special Issue (37.2, Fall 2013): Wallace Stevens and W. H. Auden featuring work by Aidan Wasley, Rachel Galvin, Lisa Goldfarb, Bonnie Costello, Edward Ragg, Brian Glaser, Philip Dacey, Paul Downes, Stuart Jay Silverman, Jeff Tigchelaar, Milton J. Bates, Paul Freeman, John Timberman Newcomb, Krzysztof Ziarek, Douglas Mao, Natalie Gerber, James Finnegan, Jeffrey Blevins, and Sara S. Hodson.

This issue (37.1, Spring 2013) includes essays by Carra Glatt, Rachel Galvin, David Sahner, Jefffrey Blevins, and Kevin Kieley and Lee M. Jenkins; poems by Philip Tegeler, Jay Hopler, Anthony Harrington, Leah K. Hampton, Sheryl L. Nelms, and Professor Robin G. Schulze; and reviews by Oren Izenberg, Justin Quinn, Bart Eeckhout, Gϋl Bilge Han, and Santiago Rodriguez Guerrero-Strachan.

 

last updated 12/09/2013