W. H. STEVENSON AT STUDIES IN ROMANTICISM
The well-known Blake scholar W. H. Stevenson is now editor of Studies in Romanticism (published quarterly by Boston University Graduate School at 236 Bay State Road, Boston, Mass. 02215). Although founded in the Department of English, the journal publishes articles on all aspects of Romanticism—its literature (in any language), art, music, history, philosophy, and science—and thus it is of interest to anyone with a specialized or general interest in the period. There have been articles on Blake at different times by such scholars as G. E. Bentley, Jr., Robert F. Gleckner, John E. Grant, Martin K. Nurmi, Morton D. Paley, and Edward J. Rose (who also has an article in the winter 1972 issue). The fourth number of each volume is usually devoted to one author or topic within the field of Romantic studies. Subscriptions are $6.50 for one year; $12 for two years; $16 for three years. A cumulative index is available for the first ten volumes, 1961-1971, price $1.