Journals, Literature, Poetry

Meet the Editors of The T. S. Eliot Studies Annual

Meet the Editors of The T. S. Eliot Studies Annual, Julia E. Daniel and Frances Dickey, and get a preview of what’s to come in future issues in the first of a series of videos that will see Julia and Frances chatting with contributors across each volume of the Annual.

Literature

Dallowday! Celebrating the Work of Virginia Woolf

'What a lark! What a plunge!' - Mrs Dalloway (1925) Every year, on ‘a Wednesday in mid-June’, Dallowday is celebrated in recognition of the life and work of Virginia Woolf, one of modernist literature’s most innovative and dynamic writers. To mark the occasion, we’ve compiled a list of books from Clemson University Press and our … Continue reading

Literature, Poetry

Harold Norse:  Poet Maverick, Gay Laureate

Harold Norse: Poet Maverick, Gay Laureate, edited by A. Robert Lee and Douglas Field and published by Clemson University Press, is the first volume of essays on the enigmatic but overlooked poet and artist associated with the Beats and Gay Liberation poetry. In this blog post, the book's editors reflect on why Norse was a … Continue reading

Literature

Yeats, the Library, and Literary Afterlife

January 28, 2022 marks the 83rd anniversary of the death of W. B. Yeats in 1939. The anniversary nearly coincides with the February 1, 2022 publication of Wayne K. Chapman’s study “Something that I read in a book”: W. B. Yeats’s Annotations at the National Library of Ireland in two volumes (I: Reading Notes; and … Continue reading

Literature

The Light of Blackness: Comments on Melville’s Intervisionary Network

First published by Clemson University Press in 2016, Melville's Intervisionary Network explores a range of literary connections to reveal that Herman Melville was dependent on Honoré de Balzac’s universal vision in more of his prose writing than previously recognized. In this blog post, author John Haydock reflects on the evidence of this intertextuality. Herman Melville’s … Continue reading