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[issue] Volume 3, Issue 2 William Blake and Visual Culture

Posted 08 Feb, 2007

On behalf of Donald Ault and the Editorial Staff of ImageTexT, I am pleased to announce that ImageTexT Volume 3, Issue 2 is now available:

Volume 3, Issue 2, a special issue devoted to "William Blake and Visual Culture, " is edited by Roger Whitson and Donald Ault. It seeks to challenge divisions existing between comic, visual, and Romantic studies. The issue features essays from Arkady Plotnitsky,Nelson Hilton, Ron Broglio, Donald Ault, Esther Leslie, Matthew Ritchie and Roger Whitson, as well as original art by Joel Priddy and John Coulthart and an interview with Bryan Talbot.

Table of Contents:


"Minute Particulars and Quantum Atoms: The Invisible, the Indivisible and the Visualizable in William Blake and Niels Bohr," Arkady Plotnitsky

"Wordsworth Illustrates Blake ("All light is mute amid the gloom")", Nelson Hilton

"William Blake and the Novel Space of Revolution," Ron Broglio

"Blake's Lines: Seven Digressions Through TIme and Space," Esther Leslie

"Panelling Parallax: The Fearful Symmetry of Alan Moore and William Blake," Roger Whitson

"Re-Visioning William Blake's The Four Zoas," Donald Ault

"William Blake: On the Infinite Plane," Matthew Ritchie

"Engraving the Void and Sketching Parallel Worlds," Roger Whitson interviews Bryan Talbot

"Tygers of Wrath," John Coulthart

"Mr. Blake's Company," Joel Priddy

Future issues include one on Comics and Childhood, and another celebrating the comics work of Neil Gaiman.



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