The Wellsian: The Journal of the H.G. Wells Society
Dr. Maxim Shadurski
Department of English Literature
Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities
Zytnia 39, Room 3.30
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The Wellsian is the official journal of the H.G. Wells Society and has existed since 1976. It is an academic double-blind peer-reviewed publication.
The editor welcomes submissions on all aspects of Wells’s life, work and thought. Please send articles of 4-8,000 words, preferably as e-mail attachments. Please refer to these style guidelines for your submissions.
The Wellsian is issued annually, normally in November; submissions can be made throughout the year. Decisions will be in the form of acceptance, rejection or suggested revision; occasionally, accepted articles will be held over a year for publication in a subsequent volume.
Professor Matthew Beaumont, English, University College London
Dr Sylvia Hardy, English, University of Northampton
Professor Simon J. James, English Studies, University of Durham
Dr Bernard Loing, UNESCO
Professor Richard Nate, English, Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
Professor Patrick Parrinder, English Literature, University of Reading
Dr Jeremy Withers, English, Iowa State University
Dr Michael Sherborne
Dr Keith Williams, English, University of Dundee
Dr Lena Wånggren, English Literature, University of Edinburgh
Most back issues of the journal are still available, except for numbers 2, 5, 6, 15 and 16 and can be ordered from the Society’s sales officer, John Green, at 29 Valence Circus, Dagenham, Essex RM8 3LU, United Kingdom. Each issue (including postage and packing) costs £3 in the UK, £4.00 for the rest of the world. Cheques are accepted in other major currencies, but please add £1.00 to cover conversion costs. A comprehensive index of each issue may be found here.