About the Journal
The Nathaniel Hawthorne Review publishes essays, notes, queries, book reviews and bibliographies on Hawthorne’s life and works and serves as a primary outlet for emerging and established scholars and writers in this field. Together, with matters of importance to the Nathaniel Hawthorne Society, the Review encourages and supports scholarly inquiry and investigation of this nineteenth-century American author, his published and unpublished works, and his life and times.
The Nathaniel Hawthorne Society is dedicated to the global study and appreciation of the life and works of the author. A nonprofit educational organization, the Society encourages communication among scholars and the general public by expanding the possibilities for shared responses to Hawthorne's achievement.