website gets a bit of a facelift this month to
streamline the pages for better display on smaller
Please note prices
have been adjusted on back-issues to keep in line with
Volume 36.2 was a bit
delayed due to a switch in the printing process but is in
the mail. Please remember to renew your
DHLR is now a biannual publication.
Panel topics for the
2013 MLA in Boston (Jan. 3-6) are posted on the
Lawrence Society of Korea is producing a special issue
of D.H. Lawrence Studies following the Sydney
conference and focusing not only on Lawrence's Australian
period but also other Lawrence related topics. And
conference information is up about
convenience, online payment via PayPal is now available for
ordering Back Issues of the
DHLR. Also, the book review
editor has a new mailing address. Please use the
following for submitting books
for review in the DHLR:
66 Pine Crescent
Canada M4E 1L4
is open for the 12th International D.H. Lawrence Conference
in Sydney, Australia (June 29-July 3, 2011). Other
conference related information is also posted on this page
such as hotel accommodations. If you are interested in
attending, please check it out soon as the rates go up after
March 1st. The call for papers has been extended
again--the deadline is now February 10, 2011.
The D.H. Lawrence Society of North America now has a
redesigned website and a domain name of
Information about the MLA
Lawrence session (Jan. 8, 2011) in L.A. has been posted.
The 12th International D.H. Lawrence Conference has extended
the deadline for paper proposals from Dec. 1 to Dec. 31,
2010. Also, a call for papers has been posted requesting essays
for a collection on Lawrence
and James Joyce.
Call for Papers has been posted for
the 12th International D.H. Lawrence Conference in Sydney,
Australia (June 29-July 3, 2011). Other conference
information will be posted at the DHLSNA
website as it becomes available.
Added some new
references to the Links page
including Librivox.org audio-files, The English Review
Archive, and Keith Sagar's website with two downloadable
Lawrence essays. Also, this Lawrence Ranch Fundraiser
announcement comes courtesy of Virginia Hyde:
HELP RENOVATE THE LAWRENCE RANCH!
An important fund drive is underway in Taos to raise
vitally needed funds for the preservation of the ranch
buildings. The D. H. Lawrence Society of North America
submitted the successful nomination of the Lawrence Ranch to
the National Register of Historic Places, and we continue to
follow and support such activities for it. Leaders in this
initiative of the Taos Community Foundation include Art
Bachrach (MobyDickens), Bob Atiyeh (Mabel Dodge Luhan
House), and Karen Young (MDL House). In cooperation with
the University of New Mexico. Contributions should be sent
Taos Community Foundation
P. O. Box 1925
Taos, NM 87571
Checks should be designated for "D. H. Lawrence Ranch
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Firefox browsers. This website was created using
Frontpage, and therefore has some compatibility issues with
browsers other than Internet Explorer. Please be
patient as I work out these glitches.
regarding the 2009 MLA Conference "Call
for Papers" is up on the Calls webpage. The
conference will be held in Philadelphia on December 27-30.
The cover illustration
and table of contents for
Volumes 32-33 are
now displayed in the archive.
has published a combined issue (Volumes 32-33) to catch up
the backlog of articles, and editor Eleanor Green is
"actively seeking submissions on topics related to Lawrence,
his work, his associations, his era, or his relationship to
other writers. We would like to put out as many issues
of the DHLR as possible as quickly as possible; hence, we
are hungry for scholarly work of high caliber."
September 2007 - January 2008:
D.H. Lawrence Review website
gets updated with a redesign. Hope everyone likes the
new look! Please be patient as we work out any
glitches. Feel free to email me (Tina Ferris)
problems or suggestions for the site.
End of August 2007:
Volume 31.3 is finally published after a
long hiatus and reorganization.
Eleanor Green, the new
editor, intends to "put out large single-volume issues for
the next several years, publishing two volumes a year until
we are finally caught up." Submissions are once again
encouraged, as well as subscriptions, to help keep
the journal viable.
24 November 2004:
We are behind schedule. Volume 31.2 was our most recently published issue. 31.3 is forthcoming. We appreciate your patience.