The Robert Frost Review
The Robert Frost Review is a peer-reviewed annual publication of The Robert Frost Society, which was founded in 1978 to promote scholarly discussion of the poet’s life and work. The Review is committed to publishing high quality scholarship in all areas of study related to Frost, including pedagogical approaches for all educational settings. It is also interested in international perspectives on Frost and articles related to translations of his work. In addition to scholarly articles, the Review also features short notes, book reviews, descriptions of encounters with the poet, historical and biographical features, and commissioned work on special topics. Each issue includes a bibliography of recent Frost-related publications and dissertations.
To subscribe to the journal, please join the Robert Frost Society. All members receive print copies of the journal. If you would like to purchase issues of the journal published between 2001 and 2019 (numbers 1 through 29), please contact the editor. All issues of the Review are also available on JSTOR.
To see the table of contents for the latest issue or to submit an article for consideration, please visit the journal’s submission portal.
Portrait of Robert Frost © Bri Hermanson.
Virginia F. Smith, United States Naval Academy
Associate Editor and Book Reviews
Steven E. Knepper, Virginia Military Institute
Jonathan Barron, University of Southern Mississippi
Robert Faggen, Claremont McKenna College
Lesley Lee Francis, St Edwards University
Robert Bernard Hass, Edinboro University
Karen L. Kilcup, University of North Carolina Greensboro
Timothy O’Brien, United States Naval Academy
Judith Oster, Case Western Reserve University
Jay Parini, Middlebury College
William H. Pritchard, Amherst College
Mark Richardson, Doshisha University
Earl J. Wilcox, Winthrop University