Upcoming Issue

Volume 34, No. 2, 2017

Editor’s Note

Susan Tomlinson

Essays

Hidden in Plain Sight: Uncovering the Career of Lucretia Howe Newman Coleman

Jennifer Harris

Word Become Flesh: Literacy, Anti-Literacy, and Illiteracy in Uncle Tom’s Cabin

Faye Halpern

States of Innocence: Harriet Beecher Stowe, London Needlewomen, and the New England Novel

Gretchen Murphy

Creating a “Democratic Neighborhood” Through Poetic Exchange: Lucy Larcom’s An Idyl of Work

Robin Rudy Smith

Legacy Profile 

The Girl Reporter in Fact and Fiction: Miriam Michelson’s New Women and Progressive-Era Periodical Culture

Lori Harrison-Kahan and Karen E. H. Skinazi

The Milpitas Maiden: A Story of Some Women’s Rights and Others’ Sufferance

Miriam Michelson

The Real New Woman. Miriam Michelson Likens Her to a Pleasant Dream, Not a Nightmare

Miriam Michelson

Legacy Reprints

The Becoming of a Reformer: Mary Livermore’s Poetic Involvement in the Anti-Gallows Campaign of the 1840s

Birte Christ

Orrin de Wolf

Mary Livermore

The Conqueror and the Murderer

Mary Livermore

Reviews

Review Essay

Consuming Dickinson

Alexandra Socarides

Website Reviews

Memorable Days: The Emilie Davis Diaries, directed by Judith Giesberg

Desirée Henderson

The Wide Wide World Digital Edition, directed by Jessica DeSpain, Jennifer Brady, Melissa White, and Jill Kirsten Anderson

Brenda Glascott

Book Reviews

Female Piety and the Invention of American Puritanism, by Bryce Traister

Ashley Reed

Civil War Nurse Narratives, 1863-1870, by Daneen Wardrop

Thomas Lawrence Long

Archives of Desire: The Queer Historical Work of New England Regionalism, by J. Samaine Lockwood

Travis Foster

Becoming Sui Sin Far: Early Fiction, Journalism, and Travel Writing by Edith Maude Eaton, edited by Mary Chapman

Hsuan Hsu

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