The winter issue of the journal (vol. 55, no. 3) is now online.

Cover of winter issue

It’s a special issue on Blake in Europe, guest edited by Sibylle Erle (see Sibylle’s post about the genesis of the issue here). The contents are:

  • Introduction: To See the Worlds in a Grain of Sand: Blake and Reception
    Sibylle Erle
  • William Blake’s Black Bible as a Spectacle of Doom: A Recent Note to Blakean Reception in Romania
    Cătălin Ghiță
  • “I inhabited the Land of Ulro long before Blake taught me its proper name”: Czesław Miłosz’s Ziemia Ulro / The Land of Ulro
    Eliza Borkowska
  • Reading Revolutions: Corrado Costa’s William Blake in Beulah, a Visionary Cartoon Essay in 1977 Italy
    Luisa Calè
  • The Mental Travellers: On Blake’s Reception by Nikolai Gumilyov
    Vera Serdechnaia
  • “Re-mediating” William Blake in Croatia and Serbia
    Tanja Bakić
  • “Sick as a Rose”: William Blake in Leopoldo María Panero’s Poetry of Experience
    Cristina Flores
  • Portuguese Readings of William Blake: Fernando Pessoa, a National Poet, and Três Tristes Tigres, a Pop-Rock Band
    Alcinda Pinheiro de Sousa, Cláudia Franco Souza, and João Carlos Callixto
  • “Blake was a phenomenon”: Artistic, Domestic, and Blakean Visions in Joseph Paul Hodin’s Writing on Else and Ludwig Meidner
    Sibylle Erle