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Who is the ISE Chronicle Editor?

Kevin A. Quarmby is Assistant Professor of English at Oxford College of Emory University. He is author of The Disguised Ruler in Shakespeare and His Contemporaries (Ashgate, 2012), shortlisted for the Globe Theatre Book Award 2014. He has published numerous articles on Shakespeare and performance in scholarly journals, with invited chapters in Women Making Shakespeare (Bloomsbury, 2013), Shakespeare Beyond English (Cambridge, 2013), and Macbeth: The State of Play (Bloomsbury, 2014). Quarmby’s interest in the political, social and cultural impact of the theatrical text is informed by thirty-five years as a professional actor and many years as a professional reviewer for Rogues and Vagabonds, CurtainUp, British Theatre Guide, and Big Q Reviews. He is editor of Henry VI, Part 1 for Internet Shakespeare Editions, Davenant’s Cruel Brother for Digital Renaissance Editions and co-editor with Brett Hirsch of the anonymous Fair Em, also for DRE.

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How can I ask to become an Invited Reviewer?

An Invited Reviewer is someone with expertise recognized in either the scholarly or theatrical communities. If you would like to be considered an Invited Reviewer for the ISE Chronicle, please contact the Editor, Kevin Quarmby, attaching a Curriculum Vitae or a statement of your qualifications. Note that all current ISE Chronicle Invited Reviewers will be added to our bank of reviewers for the new reviewing journal that will replace ISEC sometime in 2015.

Dr Kevin A. Quarmby
ISE Chronicle Editor
Oxford College of Emory University

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How do I cite a page from the Chronicle in an essay?

The general format for citing pages on the Web is as follows:

1. Author or Editor if there is one (this will be indicated on the home page of the section).
2. Title of the page (all ISE pages have a heading as title).
3. Publisher (in this case ISE Chronicle, Internet Shakespeare Editions, University of Victoria).
4. Date of creation (again, found on the home page for the section).
5. URL. (note that all postings have a permanent URL you can quote).
6. The date you visited the site.

The citation for this paragraph would be this, since no author is identified:

“Frequently Asked Questions.” ISE Chronicle, Internet Shakespeare Editions, University of Victoria. 2008. <http://isechronicle.uvic.ca/index.php/FAQ>.

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Why should I subscribe?

If you subscribe to any page you will receive notification by email of new reviews on the play to which the page is devoted. To receive notifications of all reviews, subscribe to the “All Reviews” page.

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How do I find reviews of performances in a country or city?

First, go to the page that lists All Reviews. On this page you can search (see the boxes on the left of the screen) for reviews in any country. To locate reviews for performance in a city, enter the name of the city in the Keyword(s) box and click Search.

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