Issues from vol. 45, no. 1 (summer 2011)—the first primarily online issue—are accessible through the links below. Those more than five years old are freely accessible. Those from the last five years are behind a paywall—you (or your institution) must subscribe or must have subscribed to the issue you wish to view. Alternatively, you can pay a fee of $5.00 to access a single article (see instructions) or purchase a hard copy of an entire issue via print on demand.
In addition, issues published more than five years ago are gradually being added to the free digital archive of the journal, housed in the William Blake Archive. As of June 2016, issues from 1967–69 and 1980–2011 are available.
If an issue is more than five years old but has yet to be added to the Blake Archive, we will usually e-mail a PDF of a single article at no charge to anyone whose institutional or local library does not carry that issue. We can also mail a hard copy at a cost of $5.00 per issue for current subscribers or $7.50 for non-subscribers. Non-US addresses and/or large orders may require an extra charge. A few issues are out of print and are available only as photocopies of the originals.
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Cover: Ernst Haeckel, Kunstformen der Natur (1904). Library of Congress.
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