The Wildean is published twice a year and contains illustrated articles and correspondence on a wide range of topics relating to Oscar Wilde and his circle. Contributors include many distinguished writers on Wilde. In addition to articles about Wilde’s life and writings, often incorporating the results of new research, important books about Wilde are reviewed as soon as possible after publication.
- ‘The Wildean provides both stimulation to Wilde scholars and enlightenment to Oscar enthusiasts.’
Jonathan Fryer in his biography Wilde (Haus Publishing, 2005)
- ‘The Wildean regularly brings up to date the bibliography of Oscar Wilde.’
Professor Pascal Aquien in the notes to his bilingual edition of Un Mari Idéal (GF Flammarion, 2004)
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The Wildean: A Journal of Oscar Wilde Studies is a publication of permanent interest and back copies of previous issues are available for purchase. Click here for a list of available numbers and prices.