Issue 5.1 of the open-access journal Authorship is now online.

You can find the new issue here: http://www.authorship.ugent.be/issue/view/444

 

Articles

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‘“She writes like a Woman”: Paratextual Marketing in Delarivier Manley’s Early Career’

Kate Ozment (Texas A&M University)

 

‘Persona-lly Appealing: Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richard and Authorial Self-Representation’

Patricia F. Tarantello (Marist College)

 

‘Publishing at “the request of friends”: Alexander Ross and James Beattie’s Authorial Networks in Eighteenth-Century Aberdeen’

Ruth Knezevich (University of Otago)

 

Reviews

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Daniel Cook and Nicolas Seager, eds. The Afterlives of Eighteenth-Century Fiction (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015)

Kim Simpson (University of Kent)

 

Latané, David E. William Maginn and the British Press: A Critical Biography (London: Ashgate, 2013)

Jennifer Scott (Simon Fraser University)

 

Keighren, Innes M., Charles W.J. Withers, Bill Bell. Travels into Print: Exploration, Writing, and publishing with John Murray, 1773-1859 (Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 2015)

Jasper Schelstraete (Ghent University)

 

Authorship aims to offer a venue in which to describe diverse historical and discursive settings of authorship, and to grapple with the complex issues of authorial authority, independence or interdependence, and self-fashioning. We therefore welcome submissions on the cultural performance of authorship in any contemporary or historical literary milieu. For more information on the journal, please refer to http://www.authorship.ugent.be/about

 

Dr Koenraad Claes

Managing Editor, Authorship

authorshipjournal@gmail.com

 

Centre for Studies in the Long Eighteenth Century
School of English
University of Kent

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