Edited by Dr Scott Freer, the 2018 edition contains essays by Michael Levenson, Barry Spurr, Qiang Huang and Jaron Murphy, with book and event reviews by Matthew Geary and Mary Ann Lund. Full details of the contents are below.
The Journal is £8.00; send a cheque payable to TS Eliot Society to the Secretary at 73A Mill Road, Cambridge, CB1 2AW, with a self-addressed C5 envelope, stamped with £1.20 of postage. Copies will also be on sale at the TS Eliot Festival at Little Gidding on 8th July.
Members of the Society are entitled to a free copy of the Journal; either pick yours up at the Festival, or send a self-addressed stamped envelope to the Secretary as above.
Contents of the 2018 edition
- Pain, Cruelty, Humiliation: T.S. Eliot’s Poetry of Violence and Reprisal, by Michael Levenson
- ‘The magic of verse’: Incantation in the Poetry of T.S. Eliot, by Barry Spurr
- T.S. Eliot’s Legacy in China, by Qiang Huang
- “Mr. Eliot has Re-Discovered a Portrait of Himself”: Reframing Wyndham Lewis’s Rejected Masterpiece in the 21st Century, by Jaron Murphy
- Book & Event Reviews by Matthew Geary & Mary Ann Lund
The Journal of the TS Eliot Society
The Journal of the T.S. Eliot Society (UK) is a peer-reviewed journal that annually publishes scholarly essays by leading as well as early career academics.
As well as articles focused on T.S. Eliot, the journal is interested in contributions that examine his legacy and so will also appreciate comparative studies (e.g. TSE & Philip Larkin or TSE & Evelyn Waugh).
The annual deadline for submission is January 10th. The word length is 6-8,000.
Please forward your enquiries or a 300 word abstract to Dr Scott Freer (University of Leicester): Journal@tseliotsociety.uk