Editorial note/Preliminaire

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Editorial note/Preliminaire


The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada are the official publication of the Society and are distributed to members together with a semi-annual Bulletin. Membership fees are $35.00 yearly for individual members and $50.00 for institutional members, and may be sent to the Society, P.O. Box 575, Station P, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 2TI.

Scholars working in any aspect of bibliographical study, Canadian or otherwise, including printing and publishing history and textual studies, are invited to submit papers in either English or French to the Editor, Dr. Sheila Latham, 42 Belmont Street, Toronto, Ontario M5R 1P8 (e-mail slatham@gbrownc.on.ca). All submissions should follow The Chicago Manual of Style (14th ed., 1993) in format, with footnotes numbered consecutively. Books for review should be sent to the appropriate Review Editor, Jeannine Green for books in English (Bruce Peel Special Collections Library, B7 Rutherford South, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB T6G 2J4; e-mail Jeannine.Green@ualberta.ca) and Dr. Josee Vincent, Departement des lettres et communications, Universite de Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, Quebec, J1K 2R1; e-mail Josee.Vincent@USherbrooke.ca).

The Bibliographical Society of Canada grants permission to quote passages not exceeding 100 words from any article in the Papers free of charge; reproduction of longer passages or of an entire article will normally be permitted upon payment of a nominal fee, at the discretion of the Publications Committee. Applications in writing for permission to reprint should be submitted to the Society at the address given above.

Opinions expressed by the authors of the papers and reviews are not necessarily those of the Society.

Articles published in the Papers are indexed in the Canadian Index, Canadian Periodical Index, America: History and Life, Historical Abstracts, and the MLA International Bibliography, and contents are listed in the Recent Periodicals section of The Library and on the BSC website .

Les Cahiers de la Societe bibliographique du Canada sont l'organe officiel de la Societe: ils sont envoyes gratuitement a nos membres, qui recoivent egalement le Bulletin semestriel. …

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