All our members have online access to the complete Byron Journal archive back to 1973.

When you become a member of The Byron Society, an account is set up for you to access this archive, and you will receive details by email from the Liverpool University Press. 

You can browse the complete archive here.

You can log in to read past issues here.

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However, if you have changed your email address, and need to reset your password, please contact us with the preferred contact details and we will set up a new account for you.

Our most recent issue (Volume 45, issue 2)

Difficult to imitate and impossible to equal’: Byron, Burns, Moore and the Packaging of National Song, Kirsteen McCue

‘Horace said, and so / Say I’: Generic Transgression and Tonal Dissonance in Don Juan I, stanzas 212-16, Karen Caines

Lord Byron and the Empress Marie-Louise: A New Letter to Leigh Hunt, Michael P. Steier

The Dedication to Don Juan Re-Examined: Hazlitt – Wat Tyler – Don Giovanni, David Woodhouse

‘Byron’s Fletcher’ and ‘Byron’s Lega’, Anne Falloon