The most recent issue of Marvell Studies contains an essay by Kevin Laam on Upon Appleton House and the reformation of the theater during the Commonwealth and Interregnum. It also contains reviews of Matthew Augustine’s Andrew Marvell: A Literary Life (by Gregory Chaplin) and Aesthetics of Contingency: Writing, Politics, and Culture in England, 1639-89 (by Johanna Harris), as well as the collection, edited by Christopher D’Addario and Matthew Augustine, Texts and Readers in the Age of Marvell (by Nicholas McDowell).
In spring 2022, the journal will feature a group of short essays on “Mourning,” derived from an Andrew Marvell Society panel at the Southern Central Renaissance Conference in spring 2021. We also still plan to publish a special issue on manuscript circulation and book history in 2022.
The journal welcomes individual essay submissions, as well as special issue proposals. Please send any queries in this respect to the editor, Ryan Netzley (email@example.com). Laurent Curelly (firstname.lastname@example.org) serves as the book review editor: please contact him with any suggestions for books to review.