Today I published a new version of the journal’s index. I update the index every time we publish an issue, and I don’t usually draw attention to the fact, so you may be wondering what’s special about this occasion. Over the past two or three months, the good people of the Blake Archive team in Rochester have been helping me to add links to items from the issues from 1990 on. Most of these issues are now freely available. So a link for an article or review that was published more than five years ago, like this

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will take you to the full text

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A link to an item published within the last five years, like this

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will take you to this

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If you are a subscriber, either on your own or through your university, clicking on HTML or PDF below the title will send you to the document. If you are not a subscriber, you can purchase a single article or wait for the article to become open access, in this case in spring 2018.

Just as the home stretch of our indexing project beckoned, the Blake Archive made available another decade’s worth of Blake Quarterly back issues, from 1980 to 1990. Once I’ve finished this post it’s off to create a sign-up sheet for indexing that batch.