The new issue of the Society’s academic journal, Doris Lessing Studies, is now available! This year we welcome volume 34 to the collection.
As with last year, the journal is first published here on our web site, in PDF format, for members to download. The contents will also shortly appear in EBSCO’s and ProQuest’s literature databases; contact your library for access instructions to these academic resources. Here is a link to our online archive, where the issue can be downloaded, and here is the page to become a member.
The table of contents for this year’s issue:
- Letter from the President, Cornelius Collins
- Letter from the Co-Editors, Mark Pedretti and Robin Visel
- After Aldermaston: Doris Lessing and the Problem of Revolution in the Nuclear Age, Mark Pedretti
- Reading Forward: The Fractal Texts of Doris Lessing and David Mitchell, Robin Visel
- Comparative Empires: Diaspora and Hybridity in Children of Violence and Canopus in Argos: Archives, Linda Weinhouse
- Ageism and Gender Performativity in The Summer Before the Dark, Sima Aghazadeh
- Becoming Jane Somers: Constructing Authorship, Genre, and Age in The Diary of a Good Neighbour, Kortney Stern
- She Wrote Past Us: Early Readings of Doris Lessing, Linda Chown
- Review: “So much depends . . . upon distance”: Doris Lessing’s The Golden Notebook After Fifty, Debra Raschke
- List of Society Officers