The Nathaniel Hawthorne Society

September 25, 2017 Published by Julie Arrison-Bishop

A unique gathering for all things Hawthorne

Are you world’s biggest Hawthorne fan? Did you just read The Scarlet Letter for the first time and want to know more? Have you ever been curious to find out what motivated Hawthorne’s unique writings? If you have any interest in the author (we sure do here!), then be sure to check out the Nathaniel Hawthorne Society.

The Nathaniel Hawthorne Society is dedicated to the global study and appreciation of the life and works of the author. A nonprofit educational organization, the Society–through its annual meetings at the MLA Convention and ALA Conference; its triennial conferences that rotate between American and international venues; and the Nathaniel Hawthorne Review–encourages communication among scholars and the general public by expanding the possibilities for shared responses to Hawthorne’s achievement.

Membership in the Society includes a subscription to the Nathaniel Hawthorne Review.  Published twice a year, NHR features peer-reviewed articles and notes, letters to the editor, a current bibliography, book reviews, abstracts of papers presented at Society meetings, and news of the Society and its members.

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This post was written by Julie Arrison-Bishop