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Instructions for Authors
Romantic Textualities: Literature and Print Culture, 1780–1840 is only as substantial as the material it attracts: therefore, we more than welcome any contributions that members of the academic community might wish to make. Articles and reports we would be most interested in publishing include those addressing Romantic literary studies with an especial slant on book history, textual and bibliographical studies, the literary marketplace and the publishing world, and so forth.

     Contributors should note that material submitted to the journal should represent original work previously unpublished elsewhere, and must not be submitted elsewhere for publication while under consideration by Romantic Textualities Material can be submitted in either print (2 copies, single sided) or electronic versions, and should be double spaced; any of the usual electronic formats (e.g. RTF, Microsoft Word, WordPerfect, HTML, but not PDF) are acceptable. Authors will be contacted about editorial decisions by Anthony Mandal. The final, revised version of an accepted manuscript must adhere to the MHRA style. Authors are advised to consult both previous issues of the journal for examples and the MHRA style guide, which is available online @ http://www.mhra.org.uk/Publications/Books/StyleGuide/download.shtml.

Articles: All article submissions are subject to the normal process of anonymous peer review; authors are advised to put include their names and contact details on separate cover sheets attached to copies of their manuscripts. Papers of 5–8,000 words should be submitted in either print (2 copies) or electronic versions.

Reports: Romantic Textualities also publishes reports on individual/group projects, along with accompanying bibliographic (or similar) material, in order to publicise and disseminate relevant research in the discipline. Reports are generally not subject to peer review, but their suitability for publication will be assessed by the Editors and Chair of Advisory Editors. Reports can take a variety of formats, and the final presentation of material is usually a result of discussions between authors and editors.

     Article/report submissions should be sent to Dr Anthony Mandal, Centre for Editorial and Intertextual Research, ENCAP, Cardiff University, Humanties Building, Colum Drive, Cardiff CF10 3EU. Wales (UK), mandal@cardiff.ac.uk.

Book Reviews: Communications regarding reviews should be addressed to Nicola Lloyd (at the same address), lloydns@cardiff.ac.uk.

Proofs will be sent to authors if the production cycle of the journal allows sufficient time; in the first instance, these will be in the form of electronic PDF files. They should be corrected and returned to the Editor within one week. Only minor alterations to the text will be accepted.

Copyright: It is a condition of publication that authors vest or license copyright in their articles, in the Centre for Editorial and Intertextual Research (CEIR), who will then ensure full copyright protection (according to the terms of ‘fair use’) in disseminating materials to the widest possible audience. Of course, authors may use their article elsewhere after publication, provided that prior permission is obtainted from CEIR. Authors are themselves responsible for obtaining permission to cite/reproduce copyright material from other sources.

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Editorial Board

Editor: Anthony Mandal (Cardiff University, UK).

Associate Editor: Issue 19–: Tim Killick (Cardiff University, UK).

Reviews Editor: Issue 18: Tim Killick (Cardiff University, UK); Issue 19: Nicola Lloyd (Cardiff University, UK).

Advisory Editors: Peter Garside (Chair, University of Edinburgh, UK); Jane Aaron (University of Glamorgan, UK); Stephen Behrendt (University of Nebraska, USA); Emma Clery (University of Southampton, UK); Benjamin Colbert (University of Wolverhampton, UK); Edward Copeland (Pomona College, USA); Gillian Dow (University of Southampton / Chawton House Library, UK); Caroline Franklin (University of Swansea, UK); Isobel Grundy (University of Alberta, Canada); David Hewitt (University of Aberdeen, UK); Gillian Hughes; Claire Lamont (University of Newcastle, UK); Robert Miles (University of Victoria, Canada); Rainer Schöwerling (University of Paderborn, Germany); Christopher Skelton-Foord (University of Durham, UK); Kathryn Sutherland (University of Oxford, UK).

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