A little over ten years ago I took over from Stuart Curran as Editor of the Keats-Shelley Journal. This meant a lot to me, since I had published my first scholarly article in the KSJ while still a graduate student. It has been educational and fun, a major honor. Now it’s time to give someone else a turn.
The Journal and its readers are extremely lucky that the distinguished scholar and professor of English at the State University of New York, Stonybrook, Peter Manning, has agreed to take over from me as the new Editor, beginning in 2004. Stuart and I had a meeting at the first NASSR conference to discuss our transition. Last month, Peter and I talked at this year’s NASSR in New York (while standing in line for the performance of Death’s Jest Book and then waiting in the seats for the performance to begin), where we made plans for the new transition.
At the same time, Alice Levine is handing over the KSJ Book Review Editorship to her own worthy successor, another noted scholar and colleague, Professor Jeanne Moskal of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
In future please send books for possible review to Professor Moskal, Department of English, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, 27599. And (it gives me great pleasure to say...) please send manuscripts of articles for consideration to Professor Peter Manning (firstname.lastname@example.org), Department of English, SU of NY, Stonybrook, NY, 11794. I know Peter would want me to add: please send a SASE if you wish your manuscript returned, and double space everything in the manuscript, including the notes--which should be submitted as endnotes not footnotes (yes, we know they’ll be appear in the KSJ as footnotes). Consult back issues of the KSJ on other matters of style.