Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly explores the theoretical, generic, historical, cultural, and practical dimensions of life writing. The Winter issue each year is a guest-edited Special Issue that explores a topic of emerging critical interest, and each volume also offers insightful reviews, concise excerpts of reviews published elsewhere, and an annual bibliography of works about biography. The journal is a member of the Council of Editors of Learned Journals (CELJ), and is available in both print format and electronically through Project Muse.
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