The Walt Whitman Quarterly Review is a literary quarterly sponsored by the Graduate College and the Department of English and published by The University of Iowa. WWQR is the official journal of the Walt Whitman Studies Association, affiliated with the American Literature Association.
We are pleased to announce that, beginning with the next issue of the Walt Whitman Quarterly Review—the first number of volume 33—the journal becomes an open-access, online-only publication. With this final number of volume 32, then, the Walt Whitman Quarterly Review concludes its print run, and, with the next issue, removes the embargo for the current year's online issues. Nothing else will change: we will continue to offer the same high-quality, peer-reviewed essays about Whitman, his times, his influence, and his cultural contexts, and we will continue to offer extensive reviews of work about Whitman, including the ongoing annotated "Walt Whitman: A Current Bibliography." As the international journal of record for Whitman studies, we are excited about making our content freely available to users around the world.
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Current Issue: Volume 32, Number 4 (2015)
Number Four Spring 2015
Full text of this issue is restricted to subscribers.
Previously Undocumented Art Criticism by Walt Whitman p. 215-229
Wendy J. Katz
Back Matter and Back Cover
About This Image
Whitman Autographs from 1862 through 1883. See pp. 187-214
Ed Folsom, The University of Iowa
Betsy Erkkila, Northwestern University
Walter Grünzweig, Universität Dortmund
M. Jimmie Killingsworth, Texas A&M University
Jerome Loving, Texas A&M University
Kenneth M. Price, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Michael Robertson, The College of New Jersey
Gary Schmidgall, Hunter College, City University of New York
M. Wynn Thomas, Swansea University
Kyle Barton, The University of Iowa
Founding Editorial Board Members
Gay Wilson Allen, New York University
Harold Aspiz, California State University, Long Beach
Roger Asselineau, Université de Paris—Sorbonne
Arthur Golden, City College, City University of New York
James E. Miller, Jr., University of Chicago