Back Issues

Back issues of the Society’s annual print publication (first called the Newsletter, then the Journal, now once again the Newsletter) are available for purchase. Each issue costs £4.50 and ordering information is provided at the bottom of this page.

VOLUME 14 (2010): Poem by Richard Geyer / “Thomas Lovell Beddoes and Thomas Hood” by Honor Hewett / “T.L. Beddoes and Alcohol” by Richard Geyer / Poem by Dr. Thomas Beddoes, introduced by Alan Halsey / “John King: Surgeon of Clifton” by Muriel Maby / Hugh Parry reviews Maria Edgeworth and Romance / and more…

VOLUME 13 (2008): Poem by Jeff Holt / Hugh Parry talk on Thomas Lovell Beddoes / A surprise appearance by Anna Maria Edgeworth in the National Portrait Gallery / Alan Halsey reviews Romanticism, Medicine, and the Poet’s Body / Hugh Parry reviews The Ashgate Research Companion to Thomas Lovell Beddoes / and more…

VOLUME 12 (2006): Poem by Anastasiya Austin / “William Weir, Thomas James Arnold, Thomas Lovell Beddoes and the Attribution of Articles in the Wellesley Index and the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography” by Essaka Joshua and Eleoma Joshua / “The ‘deserted home’ of the Psyche: Madness and the Medical Subject of Romantic Science in Thomas Lovell Beddoes’s The Brides’ Tragedy” by David M. Baulch / “When BBC Radio 4 Came to Belper, Derbyshire” by Annette Eley / and more…

VOLUME 11 (2005): Poem by Frederick Burwick / “Thomas Lovell Beddoes and William John Hamilton” by Essaka Joshua / “‘That wolf-howled, witch-prayed, owl-sung fool’: Beddoes and the Play of Words” by Greg Crossan / Hugh Parry’s review of The Novels and Selected Works of Maria Edgeworth / and more…

VOLUME 10 (2004): Poem by Richard Geyer / “Composing Music for Death’s Jest-Book” by Brian Holmes / Jestbook digest / “Death’s Fool: Beddoes and Büchner” by Frederick Burwick / Hugh Parry’s review of Jerome McGann’s acting version of Death’s Jest-Book / and more…

VOLUME 9 (2003): A reprint from Eleanor Wilner and an article by Peter C. Douglas / A story by Samantha Weinberg / “Mary Beddoes 1808-1833” by Judith Higgens / Poems by Janice Lee Clark and Richard Geyer / and more…

VOLUME 8 (2002): “Beddoesian Link to the German ‘Wonder’ Tales of J.K.A. Musaeus” by Christine Hankinson / Reprints from Duncan Wu, Rob Hardin, James Armstrong and Jean Field / “Melveric and Wolfram: A Love Story” by Shelley Rees / and more…

VOLUME 7 (2001): Two Beddoes poems by Robert Kelly / Thomas Lovell Beddoes on the World Wide Web: An Investigation by Shelley Rees / Two reviews by Robin Waterfield / Michael Bradshaw reviews Romance, Poetry, and Surgical Sleep / Christopher Moylan reviews Michael Bradshaw’s Resurrection Songs / “Beddoes’s Letters” by Greg Crossan / and more…

VOLUME 6 (2000): “Resurrecting Beddoes” by Dr. John H. Baker / Harriet Richardson addresses the Society at Charterhouse / Michael Bradshaw’s review of Selected Poems of Thomas Hood, Winthrop Mackworth Praed and Thomas Lovell Beddoes / Five Beddoes articles reviewed by Paul Morgan / Ted Rasey’s review of Alan Halsey and Geraldine Monk’s audiocassette, Songs from Death’s Jest-Book and Other Poems / Viola Reade’s article on the “unknown” Edgeworths / and more…

VOLUME 5 (1999): Society website / “Very Liberal for a Woman: A Note on Zoë King” by Judith Higgens / “Thomas Lovell Beddoes and his ‘Demi-Uncle’ John King” by Muriel Maby / Ted Rasey’s review of Lives of the Poets / Viola Reade’s article on Richard Edgeworth / “Beddoes and Chronology” by Ezra Pound / and more…

VOLUME 4 (1998): Beddoes family tree and photographs / Detailed catalogue of Beddoes papers/memorabilia in Bodleian Library / Reviews of recent special interest publications / Accounts of Oxford AGM & March meeting in Chatsworth Library / Articles by Alan Halsey, Michael Bradshaw and Brian Hollingworth / and more…

VOLUME 3 (1997): Poem by Christopher Moylan (New York Institute of Technology) inspired by his study and appreciation of TLB / The Edgeworth Trail and TLB connection explored by Dorothy Clarkson / The Bodleian Beddoes collection surveyed by John Beddoes / Search and research on the Bristol connection — on location! / Scholarly insights into Death’s Jest-Book by Alan Halsey and Michael Bradshaw / and more…

VOLUME 2 (1996): Cave Voices — Patrick Leigh Fermor’s wartime reminiscences which brought about information on TLB, Dr. Beddoes and the Edgeworth connection / The mystery of the “Browning Box,” containing TLB documents and missing for about 100 years / “Write It in Gold” — Beddoes’ poetic tribute to Shelley / a Michael Bradshaw article on the inspiration and shape of Beddoes’ poetry / a Roy Porter article on Dr. Beddoes and his influence on his son / and more…

VOLUME 1 (1995): A backward glance by Judith Higgens at her involvement with the 1976 Carcanet Edition of Beddoes’ works / Laughing Gas reviewed: a Radio 4 play about Dr. Beddoes and his associates involved in experiments and research in Bristol / Paul Morgan explores the mystery surrounding TLB’s death / A Michael Bradshaw article: “Will the Real Beddoes Please Stand up?” / Music and words to “Dream-Pedlary” / and more…

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