Online Access to the Byron Journal

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. [ezcol_1half]You can browse the complete archive here.

You can log in to read past issues here.

The username will be the email address you provided when you first became a member.

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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 46, issue 1)

Byron’s ‘Hellenic’ Voices: Wherever I Travel Greece Wounds Me
Ekaterini Douka-Kabitoglou
Addressed to Impress: Byron’s Dandy Style
Frank Lawton
‘Attract thy fairy fingers near the lyre’: Scripting and Performing Childhood in Byron’s ‘To Ianthe’
Adam McCune
Reading Byron in Nineteenth-Century Bengal
Abhishek Sarkar
Byron, Caroline Lamb, and Samuel Rogers: Unpublished Passages from Moore’s Letters
Jeffery Vail