John Donne Society

John Donne Journal:

Studies in the Age of Donne

For more than 30 years, the John Donne Journal: Studies in the Age of Donne, under the direction of founding editor M. Thomas Hester, has published some of the finest scholarship on Donne and his contemporaries. After a brief hiatus, JDJ is once again accepting submissions. Now owned by the John Donne Society and published out of Seattle University under the editorship of Sean H. McDowell, JDJ seeks contributions elucidating the life and work of Donne, his contemporaries, and those subsequent writers responsible for the continuation of Donne's literary afterlives.

Submissions

Contributions, normally not to exceed 75 typewritten pages, should follow the JDJ Style Sheet and be submitted by e-mail to mcdowell@seattleu.edu. Authors of accepted essays should provide the final copy in Microsoft Word format. In addition to studies of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century poetry and prose, JDJ also publishes short notes, announcements, reviews, and descriptions of manuscripts, texts, and documents. Unsolicited book reviews are not accepted. Regular mail inquiries should be directed to:    

     Sean H. McDowell,
     Editor, John Donne Journal
     c/o University Honors Program
     Seattle University
     901 12th Avenue
     Seattle, WA  98122
     U.S.A

     206.296.5306

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Editorial Board

Sean H. McDowell, Editor

Tom Cain Richard S. Peterson
Lara M. Crowley Anne Lake Prescott
Theresa M. DiPasquale Anthony Raspa
Dennis Flynn John R. Roberts
Raymond-Jean Frontain Graham Roebuck
Achsah Guibbory Jeanne Shami
Dayton Haskin Stanley Stewart
Judith Sherer Herz Kirsten Stirling
Jeffrey Johnson Gary Stringer
Anthony Low Ernest W. Sullivan, II
Margaret Maurer Edward Tayler
Annabel Patterson R. V. Young

M. Thomas Hester, Founding Editor

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