THE CHARLES LAMB BULLETIN

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The Charles Lamb Bulletin is a highly regarded peer-review journal and a lively forum for discussion of all things Elian. It was founded in 1935 and since then has printed over four hundred issues containing essays, letters, reviews, poems, notes and queries relating to the Lambs and their circle. Its contributors have included an array of distinguished scholars including Jonathan Bate, Edmund Blunden, Gillian Beer, John Beer, Helen Darbishire, Earl Leslie Griggs, Nicholas Roe and Duncan Wu.

The Bulletin is now produced twice a year in the spring and autumn. It aims to promote and develop scholarship on the Lambs’ circle and the editor welcomes submissions in the form of essays, reviews, and notes and queries from established academics, new entrants to the field, and those who simply admire the Lambs’ writings.

For further information contact the Editor, Stephen Burley (stephenburley@hotmail.com), 2 Royal London Buildings, 644 Old Kent Road, Southwark, London, SE15 1RX.