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Announcement from Spenser Studies

Andrew Escobedo, who has been an editor of Spenser Studies since 2010, is resigning from his position with the publication of Volume 33. His co-editors are grateful to him for his learning, incisive intelligence, and dedication to the journal.

Future submissions to Spenser Studies should be sent to Susannah Monta smonta@nd.edu, and Bill Oram woram@smith.edu, as well as to spenstud@nd.edu.

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"Announcement from Spenser Studies," Spenser Review 48.1.19 (Winter 2018). Accessed February 25th, 2018.
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