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Editor: Dr Catherine Armstrong, Loughborough University
Reviews Editor: Dr John Hinks, University of Leicester
A scholarly journal devoted to the socio-economic and literary history of book, newspaper and magazine publishing.
This specialist bi-annual journal covers the whole spectrum of the production, distribution and consumption of print culture from the author via book trade practitioners to the reader. It contains scholarly articles; memoirs by contemporary publishers; conference papers; archive listings; and book reviews.
The journal also publishes the prize-winning essay from the Peter Isaac essay prize.
The editor will also consider liaising with guest editors to produce one-off themed issues of the journal.
- I. Beavan, University of Aberdeen
- T. Belanger University of Virginia
- M. Bell, University of Birmingham
- M. Day Newman University
- W. Kirsop, Monash University
- D. McKitterick, University of Cambridge
- A. Nash, University of Reading
- J. Raven, University of Essex
- K. Sutherland University of Oxford
- I.R. Willison, University of London
- M. Winship, University of Texas
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