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The Edgar Allan Poe Review

Vol. 14 (2013) through current issue

The Edgar Allan Poe Review publishes peer-reviewed scholarly essays; book, film, theater, dance, and music reviews; and creative work related to Edgar Allan Poe, his work, and his influence. Also included are the following regular features: “Marginalia” (short, non–peer reviewed notes), interviews with Poe scholars, the Poe in Cyberspace column, and Poe Studies Association updates.

Published by: Penn State University Press


E-ISSN: 2166-2932
Print ISSN: 2150-0428

Submission Guidelines



Submission Information

The Edgar Allan Poe Review welcomes submissions of scholarly essays (3000–9000 words), short notes, and creative responses to Poe’s work, life, and influence. Essays should use Chicago Manual of Style documentation; accompanying images are encouraged at 300 dpi in either .tiff or .jpeg format. Quotes from Poe’s work should come from either the Mabbott or Harrison editions. Manuscripts should be submitted through the journal’s online submission and peer review system: http://www.editorialmanager.com/poe.

Editorial Board

Volume 15, Number 2, Autumn 2014



Editor

Barbara Cantalupo, The Pennsylvania State University

Editorial Board

Noelle Baker, University of California, Santa Barbara

Benjamin Franklin Fisher III, University of Mississippi

Kevin Hayes, University of Central Oklahoma

Sandra Hughes, Western Kentucky University

Richard Kopley, The Pennsylvania State University, DuBois

Sean Moreland, University of Ottawa

Jonathan Murphy, Texas A&M University

Dennis Perry, Brigham Young University

Stephen Rachman, Michigan State University

Jeffrey Savoye, Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore

Alexandra Urakova, Russian State University for Humanities

John Wijkmark, Karlstad University

Volume 15, Number 1, Spring 2014



Editor

Barbara Cantalupo, The Pennsylvania State University

Editorial Board

Noelle Baker, University of California, Santa Barbara

Benjamin Franklin Fisher III, University of Mississippi

Kevin Hayes, University of Central Oklahoma

Sandra Hughes, Western Kentucky University

Richard Kopley, The Pennsylvania State University, DuBois

Sean Moreland, University of Ottawa

Jonathan Murphy, Texas A&M University

Dennis Perry, Brigham Young University

Stephen Rachman, Michigan State University

Jeffrey Savoye, Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore

Alexandra Urakova, Russian State University for Humanities

John Wijkmark, Karlstad University

Volume 14, Number 2, Autumn 2013



Editor

Barbara Cantalupo, The Pennsylvania State University

Editorial Board

Noelle Baker, University of California, Santa Barbara

Benjamin Franklin Fisher III, University of Mississippi

Kevin Hayes, University of Central Oklahoma

Sandra Hughes, Western Kentucky University

Richard Kopley, The Pennsylvania State University, DuBois

Sean Moreland, University of Ottawa

Jonathan Murphy, Texas A&M University

Dennis Perry, Brigham Young University

Stephen Rachman, Michigan State University

Jeffrey Savoye, Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore

Alexandra Urakova, Russian State University for Humanities

John Wijkmark, Karlstad University

Volume 14, Number 1, Spring 2013



Editor

Barbara Cantalupo, The Pennsylvania State University

Editorial Board

Noelle Baker, University of California, Santa Barbara

Benjamin Franklin Fisher III, University of Mississippi

Kevin Hayes, University of Central Oklahoma

Sandra Hughes, Western Kentucky University

Richard Kopley, The Pennsylvania State University, DuBois

Sean Moreland, University of Ottawa

Jonathan Murphy, Texas A&M University

Dennis Perry, Brigham Young University

Stephen Rachman, Michigan State University

Jeffrey Savoye, Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore

Alexandra Urakova, Russian State University for Humanities

John Wijkmark, Karlstad University

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