The Wellsian

ISSN 0263-1776

Editorial Address:
Dr. Maxim Shadurski
Institute of Linguistics and Literary Studies
Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities
Zytnia 39, Room 3.37
Siedlce 08-110
Poland
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The Wellsian is the official journal of the H. G. Wells Society and has existed since 1976. The Wellsian is an academic publication exercising double-blind peer-review.

The Editor welcomes materials on all aspects of Wells’s life, work, thought, legacies, and influences. Submissions may be received in the form of articles of 4,000-8,000 words in length; longer pieces may be also considered. All articles must be accompanied by abstracts of 150 words in length. Shorter submissions between 2,000-4,000 words are also invited and will be placed in the ‘Notes and Queries’ section of the journal. All submissions should be sent to the Editor.

Every issue of the journal carries a number of book reviews on Wells-related topics. Each book review is 1,000-1,500 words in length. Publishers wishing to submit their books for review should send requests to the Editor.

Please refer to these style guidelines for your submissions.

The journal is published annually and released in the second half of October – first half of November. Submissions are welcome throughout the year.

The Journal is registered and indexed in the following databases:
SCOPUS Elsevier
EBSCO
MLA Directory of Periodicals
ERIH PLUS

Referee Panel

Dr Genie Babb, English, State University of New York Plattsburgh (USA)
Professor Matthew Beaumont, English, University College London (UK)
Dr Emelyne Godfrey, Independent scholar (UK)
Professor Simon J. James, English Studies, University of Durham (UK)
Professor Richard Nate, English, Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt (Germany)
Professor Patrick Parrinder, English Literature, University of Reading (UK)
Professor Adam Roberts, English, Royal Holloway University of London (UK)
Dr Michael Sherborne, Independent scholar and writer (UK)
Dr Keith Williams, English, University of Dundee (UK)
Dr Jeremy Withers, English, Iowa State University (USA)

An index of articles contained in each issue and information on acquiring back issues of the journal can be found here.

The journal’s Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement is available here.