New issue (#61)

Issue #61 (April 2012) is now available on the Érudit server. Guest-edited by Tim Fulford, the issue is entitled ‘Coleridge and His Circle: New Perspectives‘ and contains articles by Anya Taylor, Alan Bewell, Julia S. Carlson, Alan Vardy, Tim Fulford, Matthew Sangster, Tom Duggett, and Nicholas Halmi. It also contains 13 reviews. 845 articles and reviews have been published in RaVoN since its first issue appeared in February 1996.

New Romantic Review Editor

The editors of Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net are very pleased to welcome Dr. James Allard as our new Romantic Review Editor. Presses are encouraged to send their publications to:

Dr. James Allard
English Language and Literature
Brock University
500 Glenridge Avenue
St. Catharines, ON
L2S 3A1
Canada

2011 double-issue now out

Following the new publication schedule of two issues per year, the editors and review editors of RaVoN are happy to announce that the double-issue #59-60 (Avril-October 2011) is now available. It contains 12 articles and 22 reviews.

Since its founding in February 1996, RaVoN has published 823 articles and reviews in open access on the Érudit platform.

The next two issues for 2012 will appear in the fall.

New issue and new website

After a period of unexpected delay, the editors and review editors of Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net are happy to announce the publication of a new double-issue of the journal.

With 10 articles and 44 reviews, this new issue on “Romantic Cultures of Print” (guest-edited by Andrew Piper and Jonathan Sachs) also coincides with the launch of our new site. This site will incorporate new features in the near future so watch out for further announcements. Readers can also sign up to receive notifications of new posts by email.

Launched in February 1996, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net currently offers 789 articles and reviews in open access in a trilingual interface via the Erudit publishing platform. Each article and review is XML-coded and available for search within the NINES project.

With best wishes,

Michael E. Sinatra, Founding editor (Romantic)
Dino Franco Felluga, editor (Victorian)
Eric Gidal, Review editor (Romantic)
Lauren M. E. Goodlad, Review editor (Victorian)