Katherine Mansfield Studies

Series Editor(s): Gerri Kimber, W. Todd Martin, Delia da Sousa Correa

Katherine Mansfield Studies is the peer-reviewed, annual publication of the Katherine Mansfield Society. It offers opportunities for collaboration between international researchers with interests in postcolonial studies and in modernism in literature and the arts. Because Mansfield is a writer who has inspired successors from Elizabeth Bowen to Ali Smith, as well as numerous artists in other media, Katherine Mansfield Studies encourages interdisciplinary scholarship and to that end publishes new creative work by outstanding writers of fiction, poetry and drama. Richly illustrated, the volumes also represent the response to Mansfield’s work in the visual arts. A section of Reports highlights the latest recent discoveries in Mansfield research and a substantial body of Reviews covers recent publications of relevance to Mansfield and her contemporaries. With contributions by distinguished academics and internationally-acclaimed writers as well as by younger scholars, Katherine Mansfield Studies is aimed both at scholars of modernism and at the committed readership her work continues to inspire.

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