Edinburgh University Press acquires the Journal of Inklings Studies

We are delighted to announce that from 2018, the Journal of Inklings Studies will join Edinburgh University Press’s well-established literature list, which has particular strengths in the area of nineteenth- and twentieth-century literary figures and movements.

All institutional subscriptions will be transferred to Edinburgh University Press, and will include full print and online service. For pricing and ordering information, go to the EUP institutional subscription page.

See the announcement on the Edinburgh University Press website.

April 2016 issue

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We are excited to announce the upcoming issue of the Journal of Inklings Studies, to be published in late April.

Contents highlights:

  • ‘Prince Wild-Fire’, a story by G.K. Chesterton, here published for the first time in a beautiful reproduction with the author’s illustrations
  • ‘C.S. Lewis in Wartime Oxford’ by Tony Cockshut, an erstwhile student of C.S. Lewis
  • ‘The First Inkling: Edward Tangye Lean’ by Peter Gilliver, about the original ‘Inklings’ student club
  • Book symposium on Grevel Lindop’s biography Charles Williams: The Third Inkling

Free book reviews

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All book reviews published in the Journal of Inklings Studies are now available on open access, i.e. for free, on the new journal website.

Browse the full (alphabetical) archive of reviews and read here: https://inklings-studies.org/read/book-reviews/

Reviews are listed in alphabetical order (by book author’s last name). New reviews are whenever new issues of the journal are published.