The Byron Journal is published twice annually for the Byron Society by Liverpool University Press. It includes scholarly articles and notes on all aspects of Byron’s writings and life, and on related topics. Since its inception in 1973, the journal has become widely read in many different countries.

The Byron Journal provides a forum for leading authorities on Byron and news of significant events and conferences. It also reviews all major works on the poet, including new books soon after they are published. Original contributions and review suggestions are welcomed.

Free to members
Members of the Byron Society receive the Journal free.

Individual non-members pay £19 per year.

Institutions pay £54 per year.

Single copies are available at £34 each.

Further details

For further details, please contact: Clare.Hooper@liverpool.ac.uk or visit byronjournals.lupjournals.org