The Faulkner Journal, a peer-reviewed forum for the scholarly study of William Faulkner's life and works, is published by the University of Central Florida. The journal publishes general issues twice a year and also publishes special double issues on topics such as Faulkner and Feminisms, Faulkner the Reiver, and Faulkner and Latin America. The Faulkner Journal has on its advisory board distinguished scholars from around the country and international scholars as well.
Our current issue (Vol. 26.2) features essays detailing the connection of US-Caribbean relations with Go Down, Moses, the spectral history of kinship in Absalom, Absalom!, and the commodification of freedom in The Hamlet, as well as notes telling us the history of Benjy's fence and speculating on Faulkner's couturiere in The Mansion.
The Faulkner Journal is published by the University of Central Florida, and is affiliated with the William Faulkner Society, a society founded to encourage Faulkner scholarship in all its scope and methodological diversity.
Send inquiries about Society membership to:
Peter Alan Froehlich
Secretary-Treasurer, William Faulkner Society
76 University Drive
Hazleton, PA 18202
Special thanks to Dean José Fernández and the College of Arts and Humanities at the University of Central Florida for the funding support for The Faulkner Journal. Thanks also to Heather Reagan and John Herceg for their contributions to this issue.