Peake Studies

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Peake Studies no longer publishes with De Gruyter Open

Peake Studies contains informed articles, critical reviews, reliable news, and controversial views on all aspects of Peake's work, including his impact on other writers and artists. It regularly reproduces previously unpublished or little-known works by Peake - drawings, paintings (often in colour), poems, plays and letters - and just occasionally works by other artists who have been inspired by him.

Why subscribe and read 

Peake Studies constitutes a unique independent forum for criticism and debate for all those interested in Mervyn Peake's life and work as a writer of novels and short stories, poet, playwright, painter and illustrator.
It has appeared regularly twice a year since 1988.

Why submit 

Peake Studies is the only periodical dedicated to publishing studies of Mervyn Peake's work.

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G. Peter Winnington


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Contributions to Peake STUDIES are always welcome. An academic affiliation is not a requirement. Send your ideas for articles, reviews, news, and views to the Editor right now!
There is no minimum length – you may have seen mention of Peake in the press or a book, and want to share it. For articles, 6500 words is the recommended maximum. Chicago Style is preferred but the MLA is also acceptable. The main thing is to be consistent.
With the move to digital publishing, submissions need to be accompanied by an agreement permitting the article to be posted on the web. Please sign and send it with your article.
Students who have written a dissertation on Peake are requested to send in details. Completed dissertations are listed in the bibliography on the Peake STUDIES site.
Please submit your contribution by e-mail for consideration.

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