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Members of the Fellowship are posted printed paper copies of our Newsletter immediately on publication.
Beginning with Newsletter 63, published in January 2010, each issue will be available – after a delay of two years – on this page as a downloadable PDF document. The indexes of previous issues are also provided here.
Richard Emeny became the editor of the Newsletter with issue number 19 and filled its pages with erudite scholarship until Newsletter 60, when he passed the editorial baton to Dr Guy Cuthbertson, who expertly fulfilled this role until the end of 2016.
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Disclaimer: statements in these Newsletters reflect the views of the authors and not necessarily those of the Fellowship or editors.
In April 1999, Fellowship-member John Barnes produced the first index to the Edward Thomas Fellowship Newsletters. The index covered the period 1980 to 1999, Newsletter numbers 1 to 40 inclusive. The later part of the current full index has been complied by Colin Thornton.
John Lingard, 'Gradations of the Dark: Haunted Space in the Poetry of Edward Thomas'. This is a subsequently corrected version of the text of this article which was published in The Edward Thomas Fellowship Newsletter, 73 (January 2015). It is presented here solely for the purpose of private study; copyright is retained by the author.
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