Emily Dickinson Journal

The Emily Dickinson JournalEdited by Professor James Guthrie.  The Emily Dickinson Journal is a peer-reviewed journal that showcases the writing and life of Emily Dickinson in relation to nineteenth-century writers and culture, while employing a range of theoretical and critical perspectives. The journal, appearing twice a year, features work by the most distinguished scholars in the field and by graduate students making their first foray into publication.

Two graduate students work with Professor Guthrie every year as managing editors of the journal, helping with correspondence, copy-editing, securing permissions from authors, and preparing the issue for printing at Johns Hopkins University press.