Shakespeare Quarterly is a peer-reviewed journal committed to publishing essays at the forefront of Shakespeare studies. Shakespeare Quarterly regularly features the following types of work:
- Scholarly essays investigating new perspectives on Shakespeare’s corpus
- Notes shedding new light on Shakespeare and the early modern era
- Debates engaging the latest Shakespeare research
- Book reviews highlighting recent Shakespeare criticism and scholarship
Shakespeare Quarterly is governed by a robust staff and editorial board.
Cover Illustration: William Shakespeare (detail), associated with John Taylor. Oil on canvas, feigned oval, circa 1600–1610. NPG 1. © National Portrait Gallery, London.
Subscribing to Shakespeare Quarterly
For subscription information, please visit the Shakespeare Quarterly page at Johns Hopkins University Press . Online and archived issues are available at Project MUSE and JSTOR, while In the Current Issue features article abstracts from SQ's most recent issue.
How to submit
Shakespeare Quarterly welcomes submissions of essays or notes of 10,000 words or less, including footnotes. All submissions should use our online system, Editorial Manager. Please refer to the SQ Style Sheet for details about formatting and our Submission Instructions for more detailed instructions on preparing your submission.
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