The Thomas Merton Center at Bellarmine University

The Merton Annual

The Merton Annual

The ITMS and the Thomas Merton Center support publication of The Merton Annual: Studies in Culture, Spirituality and Social Concerns. The Merton Annual is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles about Thomas Merton and about related matters of major concern to his life and work. Its purpose is to enhance Merton’s reputation as a writer and monk, to continue to develop his message for our times, and to provide a regular outlet for substantial Merton-related scholarship. The Merton Annual includes as regular features reviews, review-essays, a bibliographic survey, interviews, and first appearances of unpublished, or obscurely published, Merton materials, photographs and art. Essays about related literary and spiritual matters will also be considered. Manuscripts and books for review may be sent to either of the editors.

 

ITMS members can purchase The Merton Annual at a special rate. Copies can also be ordered from the Thomas Merton Center - order The Merton Annual, volume 29. (Volumes 18 - 28 may also be ordered from the Merton Center - contact merton@bellarmine.edu for further information.)

 

Volume 29 of The Merton Annual is now available and Volume 30 is due for publication in Spring 2018. The Merton Annual is available to ITMS members as part of an enhanced membership package. Further details of this are available at the ITMS Membership web page.

  Merton Annual 25 - Cover

 

Volume 29 - Table of Contents

 

 

Contents of Earlier Volumes

List of Articles Available in Full Text

 

Submissions:

The Merton Annual publishes articles about Thomas Merton and about related matters of major concern to his life and work. Its purpose is to enhance Merton's reputation as a writer and monk, to continue to develop his message for our times, and to provide a regular outlet for substantial Merton-related scholarship. The Merton Annual includes as regular features reviews, review-essays, a bibliographic survey, interviews, and first appearances of unpublished, or obscurely published Merton materials, photographs, and art. Essays about related literary and spiritual matters will also be considered.

 

Guidelines for Submissions

 

Manuscripts and books for review may be sent to the editors:

 

Deborah Kehoe.
900 Cedarbrook Dr.
,
Oxford, MS 38655-

Joseph Raab.
1520 Brookfield Ct.,
Adrian, MI 49221-

mertonannual@gmail.com

mertonannual@gmail.com

   

Editorial Board

William Apel (McMinnville, OR)

Victor A. Kramer (Decatur, GA)

Roger Lipsey (Garrison, NY)

Gray Matthews (Memphis, TN)

Patrick F. O'Connell (Erie, PA)

Malgorzata Poks (Koszecin, Poland)

Paul M. Pearson (Louisville, KY)

Lynn Szabo (Vancouver, BC)

Bonnie B. Thurston (Wheeling, WV)

Monica Weis (Rochester, NY)