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Bishop–Lowell Studies

Ian Copestake, Editor

Forthcoming 2021
Annual Publication
ISSN 2692-9481
E-ISSN 2692-949X
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Bishop–Lowell Studies

Ian Copestake, Editor

  • Description
  • Board
  • Submissions
  • Pricing

Bishop–Lowell Studies is a newly-founded, peer-reviewed, annual journal published by Penn State University Press in cooperation with both the Elizabeth Bishop Society and the Robert Lowell Society. It welcomes all scholarly writing pertaining entirely or in part to either or both authors, ranging across their respective bodies of poetry, other writings, and literary and cultural significance.

Contact the Elizabeth Bishop Society at https://elizabethbishopsociety.org/.

The Robert Lowell Society does not currently have a website. Contact the society President, Steven Axelrod, at steven.axelrod@ucr.edu.

Editor
Ian Copestake, Independent Scholar

Associate Editors
Steven Axelrod, University of California, Riverside
Tom Travisano, Hartwick College

Book Review Editor
Ben Leubner, Montana State University

Editorial Board
Thomas Austenfeld, University of Freiburg
Stephanie Burt, Harvard University
Angus Cleghorn, Seneca College
Jonathan Ellis, University of Sheffield
Jo Gill, University of Exeter
Jeffrey Gray, Seton Hall University
Bethany Hicok, Williams College
Frank Kearful, University of Bonn
Grzegorz Kosc, University of Warsaw
Susan McCabe, University of Southern California
Calista McRae, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Diederik Oostdijk, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Claire Seiler, Dickinson College
Heather Treseler, Worcester State University

The editors seek article length submissions (15-35 pages) as well as book reviews (2-5 pages) from established and emergent international and U.S. scholars alike writing in English. Academic researchers and specialists in the field of twentieth-century American poetry are invited to submit their work to Bishop-Lowell Studies on the journal's submission site, Editorial Manager.

Article inquiries may be directed to the editor, Ian Copestake, at .

For proposed book reviews, please contact Ben Leubner, the book review editor, directly at: .

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