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London Review of Books International Fellowship 2024-25

Beginning October 23, 2023, the Harry Ransom Center welcomes applications in partnership with the London Review of Books (LRB) for an inaugural international fellowship that requires on-site consultation of the Ransom Center's LRB Collection.

The application deadline is January 15, 2024.

The program, a collaboration between the London Review of Books and the Harry Ransom Center, supports research and extensive consultation of the London Review of Books materials and related collections. This opportunity offers one scholar, journalist, historian, educator, artist, or other professional from anywhere in the world the chance to support their research or creative work with a fellowship of one to three months, including a stipend of $3,500 per month (and an additional one-time stipend of $500 for fellows traveling internationally). Research and engagement with London Review of Books archive, potentially alongside other collections at the Center, is required. The residency for the 2024-2025 fellowship must be completed anytime between September 1, 2024 and May 31, 2025.

About the LRB Archive

The archive of the London Review of Books at the Center is comprised of two main categories of material: editorial files relating to the compilation of every issue of the magazine, published 24 times a year since September 1979 (over 1000 issues in total); and year-by-year correspondence concerning the commissioning of the reviews, essays and poems that make up each issue, along with other aspects of the paper's daily business. These reflect the LRB' s growth, over the years, from a team of four working on an insert for the New York Review of Books , into one of the UK's leading cultural journals and literary brands.

Particular strengths of the archive, which are therefore particularly suggestive of research uses, include:

  • English-speaking literary culture since 1979, especially the practice, and leading practitioners (and editing, and leading editors), of the extended book review and literary essay;
  • the history of magazines, and transatlantic literary journals in particular;
  • evolving trends in literary and other (mostly humanities-based) scholarship;
  • major historical events since 1979, and the way they have been interpreted and debated by leading intellectuals.

For more on the structure of the collection and its most high-profile writers, please review this description and preliminary inventory . A detailed introduction to, and background notes on, some highlights of the archive can be found in London Review of Books: An Incomplete History (Faber, 2019) published to mark the 40th anniversary of the paper, including a selection of high-resolution scans. Sam Kinchin-Smith, who compiled that volume, gave a lecture to the British Studies Seminar at the University of Texas in 2020, about the project and the LRB archive, which can be heard here: https://podcasts.la.utexas.edu/british-studies-lecture-series/podcast/the-london-review-of-books . Please also take the time to learn about the Ransom Center's Materials Use Policies .

Applicants may contact Sam Kinchin-Smith or Harry Ransom Center Reference with specific inquiries about the LRB collection.

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Applicants must have a demonstrable record of publication and/or achievement founded on, or that will clearly be further developed through, archival research. A complete application consists of a three-page proposal and one letter of recommendation as outlined below. These materials must be emailed to [email protected] by the deadline, January 15, 2024, before noon CST .

We ask that the three-page proposal be in English and submitted as a single PDF file. Files longer than three pages will not be accepted. Required: Each page should include your last name in the top-right corner and be formatted with one-inch margins and a sans-serif or serif font size of 11 pt.

Page One The first page of your proposal should provide your name, organizational affiliation (if you have one), project title, and requested duration of residency, followed by a summary of the proposed research project. Keep in mind that research topics and their significance should be thoroughly explained and placed in the context of the larger field of study. Please also describe the anticipated result of the project (e.g. article, book, edited volume, film, or other work).

Page Two The second page of your proposal should provide a detailed account of your anticipated use of the London Review of Books collections. Describe the materials you will consult, their relevance to the project, and why these materials must be consulted on-site during the residency. In general, proposals must clearly convey the feasibility of a project, identify the required containers, boxes, and folders from the LRB collection and explain how the collection informs the larger project.

Page Three The third page of your proposal should consist of an abbreviated curriculum vitae emphasizing relevant work, including publications. Previous recipients of Ransom Center fellowships should include results of fellowship-supported research.

Letter of Recommendation

Applications must include one letter of recommendation, which should come from a supervisor or colleague thoroughly familiar with the applicant's strengths in research and/or professional achievement. The letter of recommendation must be in English and bear the referee's signature. It should be submitted by the referee as a PDF to [email protected] .The deadline for the application materials also applies to the letter of recommendation.

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LRB fellowship applicants will be notified of the outcome of their applications by the Harry Ransom Center in late spring of 2024. The LRB fellowship recipient will be required to review and complete the following items for their residency at the Ransom Center. Prospective LRB fellows may choose to review these items for planning purposes. Please be aware that these items are not part of the application process.

The following guidelines contain essential information about the LRB fellowship residency at the Ransom Center, and must be reviewed by the LRB fellows.

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The Visiting Scholar Guidelines provide specific instructions for their completion.

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The Fellowship Coordinator will provide these documents electronically via DocuSign (confidential and data-encrypted) once the scholar has provided informal confirmation of their acceptance via email. We cannot accept fellowship paperwork, which may include your personal information, by email attachment.

As noted in the Visiting Scholar Guidelines , fellows are responsible for making their own lodging arrangements. The following guide to short-term housing options in Austin is maintained as a courtesy for our visitors, but we cannot endorse any particular establishment.

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London Review of Books editor Mary-Kay Wilmers steps down after 30 years

Influential editor and co-founder of the literary magazine to be succeeded by senior staff

Mary-Kay Wilmers is stepping down from her role as editor of the London Review of Books , a position she has held for almost 30 years.

Wilmers was one of the founders of the literary magazine in 1979, along with Karl Miller and Susannah Clapp, became co-editor in 1988, and has been its sole editor since 1992. In 2019, when the LRB celebrated its 40th anniversary, she was dubbed “ Britain’s most influential editor ” by the New York Times.

Wilmers will continue at the paper as consulting editor, with the LRB’s deputy editor Jean McNicol and senior editor Alice Spawls succeeding her. McNicol has been at the magazine since 1987, when she joined as an editorial assistant, while Spawls joined the LRB as an editorial intern in 2011.

“The succession has been long in the planning and I’m very proud to be handing over the editorship to two such talented women,” said Wilmers, who is 82. “I’ll be continuing to do my bit as consulting editor.”

Wilmers’ home life was documented in Love, Nina , the bestselling memoir by her former nanny, the author Nina Stibbe. In the 2016 BBC adaptation , Wilmers was portrayed by actor Helena Bonham Carter.

“A) Oh, no, it’s the end of an era. B) I hope people aren’t going to annoy her by saying ‘end of an era’ and going on about it,” Stibbe said. “People have said the LRB is her life. It isn’t. It’s her job, and she’s very thorough.”

Stibbe, who has remained friends with Wilmers since first meeting her in 1982, said she tried to provide ideas for the LRB while nannying: “I might begin on Virginia Woolf and she might say, ‘Sorry, I’m about to watch Match of the Day’. One time I raved about The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole by new writer, Sue Townsend. And she said, ‘If you like it that much, review it for the paper?’ I declined, thinking, ‘Do your own homework!’”

In 2014, the Observer said that under Wilmers, the LRB, which had a circulation of more than 78,000 in 2019, had become “a highly regarded publication with an influence that extends far beyond the rarefied world of small-circulation literary magazines”.

Published twice a month, the LRB has included among its contributors names including Christopher Hitchens, Seamus Heaney, Angela Carter and Hilary Mantel. Wilmers has said in the past that she sees “the paper”, as she calls it – a mix of book reviews, arts criticism and long-form essays – as an antidote to the sameness seen elsewhere in the media.

“Newspapers say the same thing over and over again and we’re all horrified and collectively up in arms and there’s normally more than one side to something,” she told the Observer in 2014. “So if you hear somebody saying something coherent and intelligent that’s not totally out of order, it’s interesting to read it.”

Last year, she explained that the LRB had endured “because we have a sense of humour that you can see without it necessarily being declared. We’re not po-faced, as it were.”

Andrew O’Hagan, a longtime contributor to the magazine and a close friend of Wilmers, called it “a huge moment”.

“Mary-Kay has been the best literary editor of her generation,” he said. “She’s an international treasure, not only because she has kept the British essay alive and growing, but because she has driven reportage and memoir-writing into the digital age. Very quietly, for decades, she has been a guiding light in the literary life of this country, and one of the hardest-working people I’ve ever known … she’s always been great to write for – more of a dance than a solo flight, less of a task than an education.”

In a statement, Spawls and McNicol said: “The LRB is the best paper in the world, thanks to Mary-Kay, and we intend to keep it that way. We’ve never wanted to work anywhere else, and, indeed, neither of us ever has.”

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