*New this month

Note added 20th October 2018:

This index began in April 2016.  It fell into abeyance in January 2018 and was revived in October of that year.  Material acquired during the suspension will be gradually imported.

  indicates reposting from our former websites, begun in September 2016 and continuing.

DECEMBER 2018

Calls for Papers go.3b

  • Ruskin in Venice

Publications go.3bnoted

  • A new annotated edition of Salomé

NOVEMBER 2018

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Bernard Zakheim: Oscar Wilde

Calls for Papers go.3b

  • Wilde in Dublin
  • Forgery in The Victorian Review

Exhibitions go.3b

  • Wilde and Aestheticism in Newport

Lectures, Talks, Discussionsgo.3b

  • Talk by Dominic Vibrac

Library go.3b

  • Megan Becker-Leckrone on Appreciations
  • Megan Becker-Leckrone on Wilde critics
  • Megan Becker-Leckrone on Salomé
  • Lord Alfred Douglas on Wilde
  • Marorie Howes on Speranza
  • Julia Neilson on playing Wilde and on Wilde and Dicken
  • Kevin O’Brien on Robert Sherard
  • Adrian Pablé on Italian Translations of Oscar Wilde
  • Anja Müller on Wilde on Women
  • Thomas Wright on discovering Wilde

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • Svetlana Bochman on Wilde and Jane Austen
  • Susana Sisman on Constance Wilde
  • Bruce Stewart on Wilde, Yeats and Joyce

The Poetic Legacy go.3b

  • A poem by Derek Mahon

Publications go.3bnoted

  • Wilde in prison illustrated
  • A lavish new edition of The Ballad of Reading Gaol
  • The 2019 Irish Writers Calendar
  • A new Librio edition of The Canterville Ghost / The Happy Prince / The Selfish Giant / The Devoted Friend / The Nightingale and the Rose
    [as ‘Le fantôme de Canterville et autres contes, Le Prince Heureux, le Géant égoïste, l’Ami devoué, Le Rossignol et la Rose’]

Some Sell and Others Buy go.3b

  • An inscribed cigarette case

OCTOBER 2018

Bibliographies and Collections go.3b

  • A new link to Trinity College, Dublin.

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Anon: Oscar Wilde bust

The Critic as Criticgo.3b

  • Michael Patrick Gillespie on Michèle Mendelssohn on the making of Wilde.

Fingal’s Cave go.3b

  • Wilde Glimpsed from Afar (18): Wilde flies high.

Lectures, Talks, Discussionsgo.3b

  • Discussion with Patrick Chambon

Links go.3b

  • These have been updated and a new Wilde website created by Antony Edmonds has been added.

Mad, Scarlet Musicgo.3b

  • This is now in the course of being reconstituted.

Publications go.3bnoted

  • Five new books on Wilde and a lavish new edition of The Ballad


Some Sell and Others Buy
go.3b

  • An inscribed copy of ‘Salomé’
  • A remarkable variety of Wilde merchandise can be found here.

Wilde journals  go.3b

  • The Wildean table of contents updated to January 2018

SEPTEMBER 2018

Linksgo.3b

DECEMBER 2017

Wilde Eventsgo.3b

  • A new Wilde production in Paris

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Dan Pearce: Oscar, the Second Coming Part XXXI and conclusion

The Critic as Critic  go.3b

  • Thomas Wright on Nicholas Frankel’s Unrepentant Wilde

Wilde Publications go.3bnoted

  • Article by Angie Blumberg

NOVEMBER 2017

Wilde Eventsgo.3b

  • Wilde productions in Amsterdam, Buffalo, London, Paris
    and Sydney
  • Lecture by Nicholas Frankel in Delaware

Announcements: Lectures, Conferences and Callsgo.3b

  • Call for Papers: Victorian Fantasy
  • Call for Papers: Victorian Forgery and Imitation
  • Call for Papers: Fraud and Forgery in Literature of the Long Nineteenth Century
  • Conference: Curiosity and Desire in fin-de-siècle Art and Literature

Awardsgo.3b

  • The Richard Stein Prize

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Eleanor Macnair: Oscar Wilde
  • Dan Pearce: Oscar, the Second Coming Part XXX

The Critic as Critic  go.3b

  • Michael Y. Bennett on Philip E. Smith II on Wilde’s historical criticism

Library go.3b

  • Arnold Bennett on De Profundis † 
  • Nevin Yıldırım Koyuncu on Wilde and Stoppard † 
  • Isobel Murray on Dorian Gray † 
  • Robert Ross on The Soul of Man † 

Wilde Publications go.3bnoted

  • Articles by José Angel García Landa and John Kirkaldy
  • Book by James Hodgson
  • The latest publications by the Oscar Wilde Society

OCTOBER 2017

Announcements: Lectures, Conferences and Callsgo.3b

  • Wilde and Beardsley in Sweden; Decadent Women in Oxford; Wilde at the Sorbonne; Ruskin in London

The Artist as Critic go.3b

The Critic as Critic  go.3b

  • Roselinde Supheert on Martine Englebert on Wilde music

Library go.3b

  • Margot Asquith on Wilde † 
  • Julian Maclaren-Ross on Wilde † 
  • Michael Molino on Dorian Gray † 
  • Robert Ross on Salomé
  • A.B. Walkley on Lady Windermere’s Fan
  • Eibhear Walshe on Wilde as gay Irishman
  • Barbara Wright on Baudelaire and Dorian Gray

Links go.3b

  • Newly revised

Wilde Publications go.3bnoted

    • French translation of the latest Brandreth
    • New collection of aphorisms edited by Colleen Sattler
    • New French edition of Teleny
    • New book on Wilde by Nicholas Frankel

Other Publications noted: Fin de sièclego.3b

  • The Backhouse memoirs

SEPTEMBER 2017

The Artist as Criticgo.3b

The Critic as Critic  go.3b

  • Noreen Doody on Desmarais and Baldick on Symons
  • Giles Whiteley on Michael Y. Bennett’s collection on Wilde and philosophy

Fingal’s Cave go.3b

  • Wilde Glimpsed from Afar (17): Wilde on the Western Front

Wilde Publications go.3bnoted

  • New article by Natasha Frost
  • New article by Christian Gerzso
  • New article by Helena Gurfinkel
  • New article by Emily Orlando
  • New article by Simon Stern
  • New article by Giles Whiteley
  • Kathleen Riley, Alastair Blanshard, Iarla Manny (edd.) New essay collection on Wilde and Classical Antiquity

AUGUST 2017

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Juliette Frelon: An Illuminated edition of The Selfish Giant
  • Dan Pearce: Oscar, the Second Coming Part XXVII

The Critic as Critic  go.3b

  • Isabelle Gatt on the Francis Spiteri Paris Oscar Wilde Collection
  • David Charles Rose on Lady Windermere in London and Cambridge

Fingal’s Cave go.3b

  • Wilde Glimpsed from Afar (16): Wilde Bill Hickok?

Library go.3b

  • Jeremy Barris on The Importance of being Earnest
  • Patricia Flanagan Behrendt on The Importance of being Earnest
  • Annie Bisang on Salomé
  • Leon Botstein on Zemlinsky
  • Gyles Brandreth on Wilde as detective
  • Edmund Burke on Wilde’s death
  • Seweryn Chomet on Count de Maunay
  • Peter Cogman on Salomé
  • Robert Fraser on Proust & Wilde
  • Elana Gomel on Dorian Gray
  • C. Robert Holloway on Wilde
  • Rainer Kohlmayer on Bunbury in Germany
  • Joseph Loewenstein on The Importance of being Earnest
  • Cary Mazer on The Importance of being Earnest
  • Jonathan Rose on Wilde and Churchill

Some Sell & Others Buy go.3b

  • A Wilde letter
  • A new source of Wilde merchandise

Wilde Publications go.3bnoted

  • New article by Miruna Miru

JULY 2017

Announcements: Lectures, Conferences and Callsgo.3b

  • Wilde and Shakespeare in Paris
  • Wilde in Singapore

Announcements: Theatre / Filmgo.3b

  • A new film on Wilde
  • Salomé at Stratford
  • Wilde at the Shaw Festival
  • A Wilde season in London

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Dan Pearce: Oscar, the Second Coming Part XXVI

The Critic as Critic  go.3b

  • Gert Buelens on Michèle Mendelssohn on Wilde and Henry James
  • Bénédicte Coste on a collection of essays on Vernon Lee edited by Sophie Geoffroy + Sophie Geoffroy’s response
  • Tine Englebert on a production of Antoine Mariotte’s Salomé
  • Gwen Orel on An Ideal Husband in New York
  • Léonee Ormonde on Molly Whittington-Egan on Wilde and Frank Miles
  • David Charles Rose on Thomas Kilroy
  • Eva Thienpont on Maeterlinck

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • Alan Bergin on Katherine Thurston
  • Faith Binckes & Katherine Laing on Hannah Lynch 
  • Marylu Hill on Mr W.H. 
  • Angus Mitchell on Alice Stopford Green
  • Tina O’Toole on New Women
  • Julie Anne Stevens on Somerville & Ross
  • Sonja Tiernan on Eva Gore-Booth

The Poetic Legacy go.3b

  • Raymond Calvert on William Bloat

Some Sell & Others Buy go.3b

  • A Wilde MS aphorism

Wilde Publications go.3bnoted

  • New article by Anhiti Patnaik
  • The Wildean no.51
  • New book by Dan Pearce
  • New article by Xavier Giudicelli

JUNE 2017

Announcements: Lectures, Conferences and Callsgo.3b

  • Arthur Symons in London

Announcements: Awards go.3b

  • The Dunlap Fellowship

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XXV

The Critic as Critic  go.3b

  • Linda Dryden on Henley and Stevenson
  • Ruth Kinna on David Goodway’s Anarchist Seeds 
  • John McRae on  Hirschfeld’s homosexuals 
  • John S. Partington on Ruth Livesey on Socialism, Sex and Æstheticism
  • Kathleen Riley on Christopher Stray on Gilbert Murray
  • Annabel Rutherford on Mary Fleischer’s Dancers 
  • Laurence Talairach-Vielmas on John Glendening’s Evolutionary Imagination 
  • Richard Toye on John Partington’ s Wells 

Publications noted: Fin de sièclego.3b

  • The Jewelled Tortoise
  • Volupté

Wilde Publications go.3bnoted

  • Articles by Miruna Miru, Ivan Canadas and Emily Orlando

MAY 2017

Announcements: Lectures, Conferences and Callsgo.3b

  • Morris and Ruskin in Toronto

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Thierry Esther: Oscar Wilde Ombre
  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XXIV

The Critic as Critic  go.3b

  • Chiara Briganti on Nicoletta Pireddu on Wilde among the Anthropologists
  • John Duncan on Earnest in Oregon
  • Tamaki Horie on Salomé in Tokyo
  • Lucia Krämer on Angela Kingston’s fictitious Wilde
  • Maria Luddy on Karen Tipper’s  Speranza + Karen Tipper’s reply
  • Mathilde Mazau on Dorian Gray in Edinburgh
  • Donald Mead on Salomé in London
  • Joan Navarre on Salomé in London
  • Gwen Orel on The Selfish Giant in New York
  • David Charles Rose on Heather White on Wilde at school
  • Horst Schroeder on The Dwarf in Brunswick
  • Jessica Wardhaugh on Sébastien Rutés on Wilde among the Anarchists

Exhibitions go.3b

  • Victorian Passions in Delaware

Publications noted: Fin de sièclego.3b

  • Elisa Bizzotto on Pater
  • French Studies

Publications noted: Æsthetes and Dandiesgo.3b

  • New article on Lionel Johnson

Wilde in Performance go.3b

  • The Importance of being Earnest: 153 additions
  • Link to the Museum of the City of New York photograph collection

Wilde Publications go.3bnoted

  • Philip E. Smith II’s edition of Wilde’s Historical Criticism Notebook
  • New edition of Intentions

APRIL 2017

Announcements: Lectures, Conferences and Callsgo.3b

  • Proust and Music in Oxford
  • Antoine Compagnon: ‘Rereading Proust in 2017’ in London
  • Authors’ houses
  • The Octave Mirbeau centenary
  • New work on Vernon Lee
  • The VanArsdel Prize
  • Call for Papers: Marie Corelli
  • Call for Papers: Æsthetics and Form in Victorian Art, Literature, and Culture
  • Call for Papers: ‘Curiosity and Desire in Fin-de-Siècle Art and Literature’

Announcements: Theatrego.3b

  • Dorian Gray in Paris in English

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Peadar Lamb: The Happy Prince
  • Dan Pearce: Oscar, the Second Coming Part XXIII

The Critic as Critic  go.3b

  • Aoife Leahy on An Ideal Husband in Dublin
  • Michael O’Rourke on The Star Child in Dublin
  • George Orwell on The Soul of Man under Socialism
  • David Charles Rose on Salomé in London
  • Alan Sinfield on Trevor Fisher’s Wilde and Douglas, and Trevor Fisher’s reply
  • Philip E. Smith on Earnest in Pittsburgh
  • Anne Varty on Giles Whiteley on Wilde’s philosophy
  • Eibhear Walshe on An Ideal Husband in Cork

Exhibitions go.3b

  • Wilde themed exhibition in Malta
  • Exhibition of Wilde illustrations by Patrick Chambon

Fingal’s Cave go.3b

  • Oscar Wilde and Klaus Kinski
  • Wilde Glimpsed from Afar (15)

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • Elke D’hoker on Somerville & Ross
  • Christopher S. Nassaar on Earnest and Alice
  • Daniel Novak on Wilde’s hands
  • David Charles Rose on the Chilterns
  • Maxwell Siegel on losing parents
  • Walter Walker on Wilde in America
  • Julia Wood on mythologising Wilde
  • Floortje Zwigtman on her Tricks of the Trade

Some Sell & Others Buy go.3b

  • A Wilde edition for auction
  • A Wilde letter for auction

Videmusgo.3b

  •  The Importance of being Earnest in Monaco

Wilde in Performance go.3b

  • A Woman of No Importance

Wilde Publications go.3bnoted

  • New edition of Rue des Beaux Arts
  • A new collection of essays edited by Annette Magid

Other Publications notedgo.3b

  • Two essays on John Gray by Lewis Whitaker
  • A new book on Proust

MARCH 2017

Announcementsgo.3b

  • Curiosity and Desire in Fin-de-Siècle Art and Literature
  • The Octave Mirbeau Centenary

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XXII
  • Jennifer Pohl: Dorian Gray

The Critic as Critic  go.3b

  • Bruce Bashford on Florina Tufescu on Wilde and Plagiarism
  • John Partington on Graham Johnson’s Victorian social democrats
  • Annabel Rutherford on L.E. Butler on relief in Venice
  • Annabel Rutherford on Catherine Maxwell’s visionary imagination
  • Tanya Touwen on Caspar Wintermans’ Wilde and Couperus
  • Rosemary Yeoland on Gillian Opstad’s Mélisande

Wilde Publications go.3bnoted

  • A new article by Andrea Selleri
  • A new collection of essays edited by Michael Y. Bennett

FEBRUARY 2017

Announcementsgo.3b

  • Special offer of Oscar Wilde’s Elegant Republic
  • Lecture on William Morris by Charlotte Ribeyrol

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XXI

The Critic as Critic  go.3b

  • Ellen Crowell on Emer O’Sullivan on the Wilde family
  • Paula Murphy on Augustus Saint-Gaudens
  • Richard Nate on David Stack on Darwinians
  • Maureen O’Connor on Julie Anne Stevens on Somerville & Ross
  • Richard Olney on Tamara Wagner on Speculation
  • Neil Sammells on David Blake on Walt Whitman
  • David Charles Rose on Alexandra Warwick on Wilde
  • Julie Anne Stevens on Shelton Waldrep on Victorian Fakery
  • Laurence Talairach-Vielmas on Kimberly Harrison & Richard Fantina on Victorian Sensations
  • Eva Thienpont on William Morris

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • Alex Davis on Synge and Decadence
  • Yahia Labibidi on Aphorisms
  • Ian Ross on Wilde as Hellenist

Videmusgo.3b

  • Begun in January 2017, a new section featuring videos.  This month: Aubrey Beardsley and Vyvyan Holland.

Wilde Publications go.3bnoted

  • A new edition of The Wildean

Other publications notedgo.3b

  • A new edition of The Latchkey

JANUARY 2017

Announcements go.3b

  • Call for Papers: New journal
  • Lecture on Wilde and Rachilde

The Artist as Criticgo.3b

  • Fred Aris: Oscar and Bosie
  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XX

Assuming Oscar Said It go.3b

  • A new misattribution

Bibliographies and Collections go.3b

  • Wilde in the USA (bibliography)

The Critic as Critic go.3b

  • Emily Eells on Michael Y. Bennett’s Wilde essays
  • Stefano Evangelista on David Charles Rose on Wilde and Paris
  • Susan Johnston on Susan Ferley’s Earnest in Saskatchewan
  • Richard Olney on Simon Gunn on Victorian Middle Class Culture
  • Tiffany Perala on Merlin Holland on Wilde
  • Tiffany Perala on Travesties in Nottingham
  • Pilvi Rajamäe on Kate Macdonald on John Buchan
  • David Charles Rose on extraordinary gentlemen 
  • David Charles Rose on Redgrave’s De Profundis
  • Walter Satterthwaite on Wilde in America
  • John Stokes on Christopher Greenwood on Henry James
  • Laurence Talairach-Vielmas on Anne Stiles (ed.) on Neurology and Literatur
  • Marion Thain on Vineta Colby on Vernon Lee
  • Eva Thienpont on Dassin’s Canterville Ghost
  • Eva Thienpont on Salomé in Ghent
  • Eva Thienpont on Wilde in Leuven
  • Julia Wood on the Selfish Giant in Leicester
  • Linda Zatlin on Beardsley and Dulac in Dulwich
  • Marie-Noëlle Zeender on Mathieu Térence and Will Self on Dorian Gray

Fingal’s Cave go.3b

  • Oscar glimpsed from afar 14

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • Faith Binckes and Kathryn Laing on Hannah Lynch
  • Heidi Hansson on Emily Lawless
  • Sandra Mayer on Wilde in Vienna
  • David Charles Rose on Wilde and Rodd
  • Horst Schroeder on Wilde’s Grosvenor Gallery reviews
  • Andrea Selleri on Decadence
  • Sven-Johan Spånberg on Salomé and the Novels of Balzac
  • Sarah Victoria Turner on Wilde’s tomb
  • Emmanuel Vernadakis on Wilde and Williams
  • Costanza Vettori on De Profundis
  • Linda Pui-ling Wong on Wilde’s influence on modern Chinese literature

Publications go.3bnoted

  • A new edition of Rue des Beaux Arts

Videmusgo.3b

  • A new section featuring videos, beginning with Merlin Holland and Patrick Cambon

DECEMBER 2016

The Artist as Criticgo.3b

  • Dan Pearce: Oscar, the Second Coming Part XIX

Assuming Oscar Said It go.3b

  • A new misattribution

The Critic as Critic go.3b

  • Sue Lloyd on Claudette Joannis on Sarah Bernhardt
  • Pascale Mc Garry on Marie Krysinska’s poetry
  • Derek Mahon on Sue Lloyd on Edmond Rostand
  • Elizabeth Carolyn Miller on James Alexander on Shaw’s Socialism
  • Bart Moore-Gilbert on Roberta Baldi on Kipling’s Departmental Ditties
  • Maureen F. Moran on Kenneth Daley on Pater and Ruskin
  • Mireille Naturel on Evelyne Bloch-Dano on Madame Proust
  • Michael O’Rourke on Richard Halpern on Sodomy and Sublimity in the Sonnets, Wilde, Freud, and Lacan
  • Patrick Pollard on Xavier Giudicelli on Dorian Gray
  • Patrick Pollard on Masson & Prévost on Wilde and Gide
  • Marco Pustianaz on James Willsher on English Decadence
  • Julie-Ann Robson on Charles Conder
  • David Charles Rose on Joseph Bristow on Oscar Wilde and Modern Culture
  • Caroline Rossiter on Oscar Wilde, l’impertinent absolu
  • Liberato Santoro-Brienza on Elisa Bizzotto on the imaginary portrait at the fin de siècle
  • Roselinde Supheert on Salomé in Amsterdam
  • Laurence Talairach-Vielmas on Andrew Mangham’s Violent Women
  • Laurence Talairach-Vielmas on Sarah A. Willburn on Victorian Mystical Writings
  • Yves T’Sjoen / Eva Thienpont on Maeterlinck tr. Stefaan van den Bremt

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • James Gregory on Lady Mount Temple and Constance Wilde
  • Yvonne Ivory on Wilde in Modernist German Opera
  • Alberto Lázaro on The Picture of Dorian Gray in Postwar Spain
  • Ranald Macdonald on Pater and Hegel
  • Mia L. McIver on subjection  in Morris, Pater, and Wilde
  • Brendan McWilliams on Wilde and the Weather
  • Heather Marcovitch on Wilde at the Shaw Festival, Niagara-on-the Lake
  • Jeremiah Merceruio on Max Beerbohm and the Art of Decadent Illustration
  • Terry L. Meyers on Pagans and Paganism
  • Andreas Pichler on Fog in The Picture Of Dorian Gray
  • Annie Ramel on The Picture of Dorian Gray
  • David Charles Rose on Vyvyan Holland 
  • Bruce Stewart on fin de siècle Metaphysics in Wilde, Yeats and Joyce
  • Miles Tittle on  P. Craig Russell’s Salomé 
  • James P. Walsh on Leadville

Publications go.3bnoted

  • Oscar Wilde Prefigured: Queer Fashioning and British Caricature, 1750-1900 by Dominic Janes
  • The Brothers Wilde by Richard Woulfe
  • New article on The Ballad of Reading Gaol by Peter Robinson

Some Sell and Others Buygo.3b

  • A new scent

NOVEMBER 2016

Announcements go.3b

  • Call for Papers: George Bernard Shaw

The Artist as Criticgo.3b

  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XVIII

The Critic as Critic go.3b

  • Chantal Beauvalot on Georges-Paul Collet’s Jacques-Emile Blanche
  • Phillippa Bennett on Tom Pinkney’s Morris
  • Isa Bickmann on  Fludernik &  Humml’s fin-de-siècle
  • Elisa Bizzotto on Michael Matthew Kaylor on Hopkins, Pater and Wilde
  • Luca Caddia on Daniel A. Novak’s photography and fiction
  • Susan Cahill on Laurence Talairach-Vielmas’ Female Body
  • Simon Dentith on Lady Bracknell’s Confinement
  • Peter Dunwoodie on Mallarmé’s Herodias
  • Tine Englebert on Floortje Zwigtman’s Spiegeljongen
  • Michael Patrick Gillespie on Madeleine Humphreys on Edward Martyn
  • Christine Huguet on Margaret D. Stetz and Cheryl A. Wilson (edd.) on Michael Field
  • Jarlath Killeen on Catherine Maxwell’s Swinburne
  • Mary C. King on Hedda Gabler
  • Ruth Kinna on H. Gustav Klaus and Stephen Knight (edd.) on Anarchism
  • Andreas Kramer on Isa Bickmann‘s Leonardismus
  • Paul Levy on Kenneth James on Escoffier
  • Ruth Livesey on Leela Gandhi on the Fin-de-Siècle and Friendship

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • Michel Borel on translating Wilde
  • David Cottington on the Avant-garde
  • Antonio José Couso Liañez on Wilde as Satirist
  • Joost Daalder on Salomé
  • Helen Caroline Davies on Trilby, The Picture of Dorian Gray, and anxieties about influence
  • Niko Endres on Lowes Dickinson and Greek Love
  • Magali Fleurot on Socialism and Wilde
  • Paul Fortunato on Oscar Wilde’s Journalism and the Aesthetics of Lying
  • Elisa Gray on Decadence
  • Elisa Gray on The Sphinx
  • Irena Grubica on Wilde, Pop Music and The Art of Self-Invention
  • Danielle Guérin-Rose: Des Profondeurs
  • Alan Hart on Oscar Wade Wilde
  • Trevor Harris on William Morris
  • Leila Johnston on De Profundis
  • Sondeep Kandola on Dorian Gray
  • Mansour Khelifa on De Profundis
  • Aoife Leahy on Wilde Over There*
  • Kawinthra Luck: The theme of influence in Dorian Gray
  • John Mackenzie: Some Reflections on Aspects of Modernity
  • Arnaud Page: The ‘Crisis of Modernity’ and Graham Wallas
  • Stéphanie Prévost: The Eastern Question and Britain’s Foreign Policy (1876-1896)
  • David Charles Rose: Oscar Wilde and Pierre Puvis de Chavannes: Footnote to a Vermilion Line
  • David Charles Rose: Peering at Wilde through magic Casements

Publications go.3bnoted

Some Sell and Others Buygo.3b

  • A Sotheby’s sale

OCTOBER 2016

Announcements go.3b

  • Book launch in Paris

The Artist as Criticgo.3b

  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XVII

The Critic as Critic go.3b

  • Ivana Bacik on Merlin Holland on Wilde’s trials
  • Elżbieta Baraniecka on Earnest in Augsburg
  • Uwe Böker on Wilde’s legacy
  • Joost Daalder on The Portrait of Mr W.H.
  • Antoine Capet on Millais
  • Petra ten-Doesschate Chu on Pissarro
  • Margaret de Fonblanque on Toulouse-Lautrec in Vienna
  • María DeGuzmán on Junot Diaz on Oscar Wao
  • Jane Desmarais on Diana Holmes on Rachilde
  • Richard Dury on Katherine Linehan’s edition of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
  • Tine Englebert on Zemlinsky in Brussels
  • Richard Fantina on Adrian Wisnicki on conspiracy
  • Trevor Fisher on Colm Tóibín’s Love in a Dark Time
  • Richard Freed on Dorian Gray in Lexington
  • Nicola Gauld on Rodin
  • Patricia Gillespie & Sam Olson on Salomé in Honolulu
  • Tina Gray on Joy Melville on Ellen Terry
  • Jacqueline Groth on Toni Bentley on Salomé
  • Danielle Guérin on An Ideal Husband in Paris
  • Danielle Guérin on exhibiting Salomé
  • Malcolm Hicks on Walter Crane
  • Michael D. Higgins on Ben Levitas on theatre
  • Peter Hyldekjær on Salomé in Copenhagen
  • Lesley Jenike on Earnest  in Cincinnati
  • Jean-David Jumeau-Lafond on Gustave Moreau
  • Petra Kerkhove  on Floortje Zwigtman’s Schijnbewegingen
  • Ruth Kinna on Brian Morris on Kropotkin
  • Rainer Kohlmayer on Waleska Schwandt’s revisionism
  • Rainer Kohlmayer on Florina Tufescu’s Wilde’s plagiarism
  • Eugene D. LeMire on William Morris in Adelaide
  • Mark Llewellyn on Earnest in Swansea
  • Deirdre McMahon on Toni Bentley on Salomé
  • John McRae on Neil McKenna on Wilde
  • Sandra Mayer on Kolo Moser in Vienna
  • Sandra Mayer on Sacher-Masoch in Graz
  • Mathilde Mazau on Isaure de Saint-Pierre’s Wilde & Douglas (in French)
  • Roger Moss on Earnest in Brighton
  • Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin on Caspar Wintermans’ Bosie
  • Tiffany Perala on Earnest in Nottingham
  • Richard Pine  on John Sloan’s Oscar Wilde
  • Patrick Pollard on Pascal Aquien’s Oscar Wilde
  • Virginie Pouzet-Duzer on Rhonda Garelick’s Electric Salomé
  • Annabel Rutherford on Rhonda Garelick’s Electric Salomé
  • Philip E. Smith on Earnest in Pittsburgh
  • Joni Spigler on Gustave Moreau in Paris
  • Eva Thienpont on Earnest in Ghent
  • Heather White on Earnest in Belfast*

Fingal’s Cave go.3b

  • Salomé and Eleonora Duse

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • M. Tully Atkinson on Wilde and Somerset Maugham
  • Constant Bantman on British Anarchism
  • Patricia Flanagan Behrendt on Wilde
  • Jason Boyd on Wilde and Victorian Edutainment
  • Isabelle Cases on Architecture, Arts & Crafts
  • Robin Chamberlain on the Cruelty of Women
  • Nevin Yıldırım Koyuncu on Wilde and Stoppard
  • Kate Macdonald on Wilde, Betjeman and Buchan
  • Annabel Rutherford on Wilde and Diaghilev
  • Marcelle Wong on Whistler and Wilde

The Poetic Legacy go.3b

  • New posting of John Betjeman’s ‘Arrest of Oscar Wilde’

SEPTEMBER 2016

Announcements go.3b

  • Special issue of Victorian Poetry
  • Conference: 19thc. masculinities
  • New production of The Duchess of Padua
  • Wilde panel in Toronto
  • New production of More Lives than One
  • Oscar Wilde Seminar in London

The Artist as Criticgo.3b

  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XVI

The Critic as Critic go.3b

  • Saralinda Abitbol on Redgrave
  • Jad Adams on R.K.R. Thornton’s Wratislaw
  • Anne Anderson on Leslie Mitchell’s Lytton
  • Pascal Aquien on Smith’s Approaches  
  • Bruce Bashford on Dorian Gray
  • Bruce Bashford on Zemlinsky
  • Bruce Bashford on Michael Robertson’s Whitman
  • John Batchelor on John Gardiner’s Victorians
  • Sighle Bhreathnach-Lynch on Debra Mancoff’s Pre-Raphaelite flowers
  • Leanne Bibby on Louise Hadley’s Neo-Victorians
  • Mary Warner Blanchard on David Weir’s American decadence
  • Anne Bogle on Thomas Kilroy’s Constance Wilde
  • Chiara Briganti on Marco Pustianaz and Luisa Villa’s Masculinities
  • Grace Brockington on Talia Schaffer’s Literature and Culture + Talia Schaffer’s reply
  • John Bryce on Matthew Bourne’s Dorian
  • Anya Clayworth on G.W.M. Reynolds edited by Anne Humpherys and Louis James
  • Bénédicte Coste on Douglas Mao’s fateful beauty
  • Rebecca Crowley on Daisy Goodwin’s last duchess
  • Linda Dryden on Deborah Lutz’s Dangerous Lovers
  • Andrew Eastham on Smith’s Approaches
  • Tine Englebert on Salomé
  • Paul Fox on Caroline Blyth’s decadet poets
  • Adrian Frazier on Melissa Knox’s Wilde
  • Regenia Gagnier on Patience
  • Regenia Gagnier on Sheila Rowbotham’s Carpenter
  • Penny Gay on Gross Indecency
  • Yvonne Ivory on Lucia Krämer’s fictionalised Wilde
  • Sondeep Kandola on Corin Redgrave’s De Profundis
  • Angela Kingston on Wilde in Dieppe
  • Marie-Luise Kohlke on Merlin Holland’s table talk
  • Lucia Krämer on Oeser’s alphabetic Wilde
  • Aoife Leahy on Wilde in gay Dublin
  • John McRae on Josephine Small & Ian Guy’s Wilde study
  • Katherine Maynard on Gross Indecency
  • Mathilde Mazau on Isaure de Saint-Pierre on Wilde and Douglas
  • Maureen O’Connor on Jarlath Killeen on Wilde
  • Gwen Orel on Earnest
  • Léonee Ormond on Wilde’s Duchess
  • Léonee Ormond on The Selfish Giant
  • Michelle Paull on Salomé
  • Tiffany Perala on Earnest
  • Richard Pine on Parker’s Dorian Gray
  • David Charles Rose on Wilde’s Homer
  • Philip E. Smith II on Thomas Wright’s Oscar’s Books
  • Julia Steck on Earnest
  • Eva Thienpont on Tim Bellens’ Wilde
  • Eva Thienpont on Jeroen Oelyslaegers’ Wilde
  • Emmanuel Vernadakis on Christopher Nassaar’s Earnest
  • Marie-Noëlle Zeender on Lottman’s Wilde

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

    • Caroline de Bendern:  Letter to Oscar
    • Eleanor Fitzsimons on Wilde’s American hostesses (abstract)
  • Matthew Brinton Tildesley on Wilde and Buddhism

Publications go.3bnoted

  • New book by Patrick Chambon
  • New article by Caroline Sumpter
  • New French translation by François Dupuigrenet-Desroussilles
  • New French translation of Speranza


AUGUST 2016

Announcements go.3b

  • George Egerton Conference

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XV

The Critic as Critic go.3b

  • Pia de Richemont: Review of Wilde MSS in Oxford
  • Jeremy Stubbs on Rosemary Yeoland’s new Camille Mauclair translation
  • Sandra Meškova, Viesturs Vecgrāvis and Kārlis Vērdiņš  on Ilze Kačāne on Wilde in Latvia

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • The complete text of Ilze Kačāne’s Oskars Vailds. Latvijas „oskariāna” [Oscar Wilde. Latvian „Oscariana”]
  • Bruce Bashford: ‘Thinking in Stories’: Oscar Wilde’s ‘The Sphinx Without a Secret’
  • Brandy Clark: ‘Rose-White Purity’: Flowers in The Picture of Dorian Gray

The Poetic Legacy go.3b

  • New haiku by Gabriel Rosenstock

Publications  go.3bnoted

  • New article by Rebecca Mitchell
  • New book by Xavier Giudicelli
  • New edition of Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime

Round Up go.3b

  • Summaries of the worldwide Wilde in 2004 and 2005

Wilde Journals go.3b

  • The Table of Contents of all issues of The Wildean has been updated to include no.49, July 2016


JULY 2016

Announcements go.3b

  • New Robert Louis Stevenson Newsletter
  • Call for papers about American, British, European, and/or World theatre during the long nineteenth century
  • Events in Reading Gaol

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XIV

Exhibitions go.3b

  • Details of the Paris Oscar Wilde Exhibition, with Press Release
  • Richard Le Gallienne

The Poetic Legacy go.3b

  • New poem by Gabriel Rosenstock

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • Josephine Whelan on Dorian Gray and Gothic servants

Publications  go.3bnoted

  • Two new Wilde translations into French

Round Up go.3b

  • Summaries of the worldwide Wilde in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 & 2014

JUNE 2016

Announcements go.3b

  • Fin de siècle conference at Birkbeck

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XIII

The Critic as Critic go.3b

  • Frederick Roden: Review of The Judas Kiss in New York
  • Frederick Roden: Review of Gerald Barry’s Earnest
  • Lily Rothenberg: Review of The Judas Kiss in New York

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • Pascal Aquien on Wilde and Keats
  • Ryan Weberling on Wilde and Race
  • Eva Roa White on The Importance of being Earnest

Publications  go.3bnoted

  • New article by Philippe Corcuff
  • New article by Graham Price
  • New book by Emer O’Sullivan
  • New book on Beardsley by Linda Zatlin
  • New editions of Rue des Beaux Arts and Etudes anglaises


MAY 2016

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XII

The Critic as Critic go.3b

  • Alice Condé: Review of Kostas Boyiopoulos: The Decadent Image: The Poetry of Wilde, Symons and Dowson
  • Frederick Roden: Review of James Campbell: Oscar Wilde, Wilfred Owen, and Male Desire: Begotten, Not Made

Exhibitions go.3b

  • Two exhibitions noted

Fingal’s Cave go.3b

  • Shooting the Pianist

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • Sarah Balkin: Realizing Personality in The Importance of Being Earnest (abstract)
  • Vybarr Cregan-Reid:  Running Wilde: Landscape, the Body, and the History of the Treadmill (abstract)
  • Howard R. Wolf: Wit and Its Relation to Freedom and Convention: Individualism (Psychology) and Socialism (Anarchism) (conference paper)

Publications  go.3bnoted

  • New article by Sarah Balkin
  • New article by Joey Franklin
  • New issue of Intentions

Round Up go.3b

  • A summary of the worldwide Wilde in 2015


APRIL 2016

Announcements go.3b

  • William Morris’s library
  • Robert Louis Stevenson’s library

The Artist as Critic go.3b

  • Dan PearceOscar, the Second Coming Part XI

The Critic as Critic go.3b

  • Anthony Fry: Review of Danielle et Christian Morris: Sigmund Freud et le fantôme d’Oscar Wilde
  • D.C. Rose:  Review of Horst Schroeder: Oscar Wilde’s Reviews of the Grosvenor Gallery Exhibitions of 1877 and 1879: A Supplement to Reviews No. 1 and No. 4 in the Journalism’ volume of the OET ‘Complete Works of Oscar Wilde’
  • Aileen Ruane:  Review of Emily Eells (ed.):  Wilde in Earnest

Fingal’s Cave go.3b

  • Oscar Wilde and C.S. Lewis

May I Say Nothing? go.3b

  • Thomas Wright:  Wilde’s reading at school