Articles

Davidson, Guy and Nicola Evans (eds.), Literary Careers in the Modern Era (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015)

Alex Ciorogar

2017-06-30 Volume 6 • Issue 1 • 2017

Somebody and Nobody: the Authorial Identity of the Player-Playwright-Poet in the Early Modern Theatre

Anthony Archdeacon

2016-12-22 Volume 5 • Issue 2 • 2016

Orna Me: Laurence Sterne’s Open Letter to Literary History

Celia B. Barnes

2016-12-22 Volume 5 • Issue 2 • 2016

Robillard, Amy E. and Ron Fortune (eds). Authorship Contested. Cultural Challenges to the Authentic Autonomous Author (New York, and London: Routledge, 2015)

Alex Ciorogar

2016-12-22 Volume 5 • Issue 2 • 2016

Refusing the Serious: Authorial Resistance in Ring Lardner’s Prefaces for Scribner’s

Ross K. Tangedal

2016-12-22 Volume 5 • Issue 2 • 2016

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

Patricia F. Tarantello

2016-06-30 Volume 5 • Issue 1 • 2016

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

Jennifer Scott

2016-06-30 Volume 5 • Issue 1 • 2016

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

Kim Simpson

2016-06-30 Volume 5 • Issue 1 • 2016

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

Kate Ozment

2016-06-30 Volume 5 • Issue 1 • 2016

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

Ruth Knezevich

2016-06-30 Volume 5 • Issue 1 • 2016