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Editors’ Introduction

Editors’ Introduction This is the tenth issue of Tolkien Studies, the first refereed journal solely devoted to the scholarly study of the works of J.R.R. Tolkien. As editors, our goal is to publish excellent scholarship on Tolkien as well as to gather useful research information, reviews, notes, documents, and bibliographical material. All articles have been subject to anonymous, external review as well as receiving a positive judgment by the Editors. In the cases of articles by individuals associated with the journal in any way, each article had to receive at least two positive evaluations from two different outside reviewers. Reviewer comments were anonymously conveyed to the au- thors of the articles. The Editors agreed to be bound by the recom- mendations of the outside referees. Although they are solicited and edited by the editors, book reviews represent the judgments of the individual reviewers, not Tolkien Studies. From 2005-2012 David Bratman wrote “The Year’s Work in Tolk- ien Studies” and was a member of the Tolkien Studies advisory board. With the present volume he becomes co-editor of the journal. Merlin DeTardo, who co-authored the “Year’s Work” in 2011 and 2012, now assumes sole authorship of this essential section of the journal. Tolkien Studies is also pleased to announce that the journal will continue to be published by West Virginia University Press. Michael D. C. Drout Verlyn Flieger David Bratman http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Tolkien Studies West Virginia University Press

Editors’ Introduction

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Publisher
West Virginia University Press
Copyright
Copyright © 2013 West Virginia University Press.
ISSN
1547-3163

Abstract

This is the tenth issue of Tolkien Studies, the first refereed journal solely devoted to the scholarly study of the works of J.R.R. Tolkien. As editors, our goal is to publish excellent scholarship on Tolkien as well as to gather useful research information, reviews, notes, documents, and bibliographical material. All articles have been subject to anonymous, external review as well as receiving a positive judgment by the Editors. In the cases of articles by individuals associated with the journal in any way, each article had to receive at least two positive evaluations from two different outside reviewers. Reviewer comments were anonymously conveyed to the au- thors of the articles. The Editors agreed to be bound by the recom- mendations of the outside referees. Although they are solicited and edited by the editors, book reviews represent the judgments of the individual reviewers, not Tolkien Studies. From 2005-2012 David Bratman wrote “The Year’s Work in Tolk- ien Studies” and was a member of the Tolkien Studies advisory board. With the present volume he becomes co-editor of the journal. Merlin DeTardo, who co-authored the “Year’s Work” in 2011 and 2012, now assumes sole authorship of this essential section of the journal. Tolkien Studies is also pleased to announce that the journal will continue to be published by West Virginia University Press. Michael D. C. Drout Verlyn Flieger David Bratman

Journal

Tolkien StudiesWest Virginia University Press

Published: Jul 18, 2013

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