October that year gathered up all the spilled sunshine of the summer and clad herself in it as a garment."
--The Golden Road, Chapter 28
What's New This Season?
- The Journal turns 3! Celebrate 3 years of Montgomery studies.
- Meet (or Re-Meet) Alan MacEachern! The Journal's Co-Editor of the L.M. Montgomery and Re-vision collection and the L.M. Montgomery Institute Visiting Scholar
- Welcome to Three Recent Additions to the JLMMS Editorial Board:
- Brenton Dickieson
- Yolanda Hood has been a librarian for sixteen years, and she is currently a Teaching and Engagement Librarian at Dartmouth College. She has published on African American YA and children's literature, and she is the editor of Young Adult Library Services.
- Kazuko Sakuma teaches English and literature at Sophia University in Tokyo, Japan, where she has completed her M.A. and Ph.D. programmes. She has presented and published extensively on nineteenth- and twentieth-century women writers including L.M. Montgomery.
- Brenton Dickieson
- Improving Accessibility.
All new articles to the Journal will include descriptive alt-text in all images. The descriptions make graphics and other visual elements more accessible to blind or low-vision readers, and they offer all readers another option for accessing information. For more information, see the Journal's Style Sheet.
- "L.M. Montgomery and Reading" Print Edition Available for purchase now!
Montgomery & Mental Health
- Jessica Brown, "The Wound of Beauty Operates in Otherwise Ways: But for Maud, 18 Ways."
- Sameera Chawla, "The Other Sara: A Creative Intervention in The Story Girl and The Golden Road."
- Lori Klein, "What Anne Taught Me About Living with Tragedy and Grief."
Montgomery & Vision
- Brenton Dickieson, "Befriending the Darkness: L.M. Montgomery's Lived Theodicy in Anne's House of Dreams."
- Susan Erdmann, "Double Vision in The Blythes are Quoted: Reading Marked External References."
- E. Holly Pike, "Past, Present, and Visual Technology in The Story Girl and The Golden Road."
Montgomery & Reading
Trinna S. Frever, "Seeing Female Readers, Reading Female Readers, Making Meta-Readers: Montgomery as Depictor and Creator of Scholars."
News: Mentoring Mondays
Mentoring Mondays were short articles, published on the JLMMS’s news platform from early January to the end of June, 2021. Every other week, mentors, experts in their field, provided advice on a range of topics.
- Lesley Clement, "Introducing Mentoring Mondays: What is the LMMI Mentorship Program?"
- Simon Lloyd, "The Research Two-Step: Accessing L.M. Montgomery Archival and Special Collections Material."
- Margaret Steffler, "Crafting a Conference Proposal."
- Åsa Warnqvist, "Proposing a Conference Panel."
- Trinna Frever, "Proposing a Conference Workshop or Special Event."
- Laura Robinson, "Crafting a Biographical Statement."
- Tara K. Parmiter, "Preparing to Present a Conference Paper."
- Emily Woster, "Revising a Conference Paper for Publication."
- Kate Scarth, "Copyright, Permissions, and Creative Commons."
- Rita Bode, "Responding to Peer Review."
- Lesley Clement, "Proposing and Co-editing a JLMMS Collection."
- Kate Scarth, "Peer Reviewed Scholarly Articles and Beyond: Publication Types, Review Processes, and the Journal of L.M. Montgomery Studies."
- Bonnie Tulloch, "Elizabeth R. Epperly Award for Outstanding Early Career Paper."
In Progress & Ongoing
L.M. Montgomery: Vistas Collection
L.M. Montgomery & Re-vision Collection, 2022
Online: in progress
Print: in progress
International Notes on L.M. Montgomery, 2022-23
L.M. Montgomery & Mental Health Collection, 2021
Print: in progress
L.M. Montgomery & Vision Collection, 2020
Print: in progess
L.M. Montgomery & Reading Collection, 2018
The JLMMS Accepts Submissions Year Round
See Information for Contributors and Aims & Scope Statements for more information.
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