Goldstein announces Elizabethan Review on web

Elizabethan Review editor and publisher Gary Goldstein announced the magazine is available on the web at:

In a message to SOS, Goldstein said:

The Elizabethan Review (ISSN 1066-7059) was published from 1993 to 1999 in 13 semi-annual issues and is now available on CD in searchable PDF format via the website As the first peer-reviewed journal to focus on the Shakespeare Authorship Issue from an Oxfordian perspective, the Review was cited in the most recent edition of /The Winter’s Tale/ published by Oxford University Press.

Established as a forum for both affiliated and independent scholars, /ER/ assembled an editorial board in the United States, England and Australia whose combined expertise encompass the disciplines of theater, literature, music, horticulture, history and theology. Contributors include professors, poets, and actors, a colonel in the U.S. Army, a Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, and a member of the English nobility.

The contents of the Elizabethan Review are indexed by the three major bibliographies in the humanities: the MLA International Bibliography; the Bibliography of English Language and Literature by Cambridge University; and the World Shakespeare Bibliography by the Folger Shakespeare Library.

Major holdings of the print edition can be found at leading American universities such as Harvard, Stanford, Wisconsin, and Chicago; universities in Canada and Europe, such as McGill, Oxford, Cambridge, Ferrara and Goettingen, as well as public and private libraries throughout the United States.

On-site, you can read a selection of four articles from the journal, review a table of contents for all issues published, and place orders for the entire 930 pages of the Review’s print run from 1993-1999 on CD. Single copies of the CD are available for $50 via PayPal, credit card, or check. Libraries, universities and other organizations may submit purchase orders to the publisher for order fulfillment and invoicing.

Gary B. Goldstein
Editor and Publisher

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