Academic journal article Philip Roth Studies

Editor's Note

Academic journal article Philip Roth Studies

Editor's Note

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With this issue of Philip Roth Studies we begin a partnership with Purdue University Press, who now becomes our new publisher. Over the past three years with our previous publisher, we have enjoyed a successful run with the journal, offering a wide variety of critical essays and book reviews that inform our readings of Philip Roth and the contexts surrounding his fiction. Those pieces have covered the entire sweep of Roth's career, from Goodbye, Columbus to his most recent novels, and they have placed him comparatively within the company of other authors. Now, with the first six issues behind us, I can say without a doubt that Philip Roth Studies has clearly defined itself as the primary oudet for criticism surrounding Roth and his literary significance.

However, ambitious projects such as this journal need new challenges to carry it forward, ambitious goals for it to achieve, and an enthusiastic publisher to make its ideas available. …

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