The Emily Dickinson Journal
|Edited by||Cristanne Miller|
Johns Hopkins University Press (United States)
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The Emily Dickinson Journal (EDJ) is a biannual academic journal founded in 1991 and is the official publication of the Emily Dickinson International Society. The journal provides an ongoing examination of Emily Dickinson, one of the most influential American poets, and her place in women’s literature. The current editor is Cristanne Miller (University at Buffalo, The State University of New York). She is interested in expanding the Journal to encompass Dickinson’s relations to 19th-century American studies as well as Dickinson’s impact on 20th-century poets. The journal is published by the Johns Hopkins University Press receives submissions internationally. 
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