The Inkwell

The Inkwell is the on-line journal of the Northern California region of the Jane Austen Society of North America. The Inkwell is a literary journal of original papers, prose, and poetry, written by members of the region, and relating to Jane Austen, her novels, and her times.


Transports of Delight: How Jane Austen’s Characters Got Around, by Ed Ratcliffe (2012)
The Heroes’ Letters in Pride and Prejudice and Mansfield Park, by Rachel Lawrence (2005)
Ireland in the Time of Jane Austen, by Joan Duffy Ghariani (2002)
Jane Austen’s Elegant But Dumb Ladies, by Rachel Lawrence (2002)
Jane Austen and the Evolution of English Country Houses, by Ed Ratcliffe (2001)
What Jane Austen Read, by Patrick Farrell (2001)
In Praise of Charlotte Lucas, by Elizabeth Newark (2001)
Jane and Charles: Women in the Novels of Jane Austen and Charles Dickens, by Elizabeth Newark (1997)
Aunts (I have always maintained the importance of Aunts), by Elizabeth Newark (1991)


Afterthoughts: The Janeites by Rudyard Kipling
Book Review: The Life of Jane Austen by John Halperin, The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996
Book Review: The Fortunate Fall: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, a chapter in Erotic Faith: Being in Love from Jane Austen to D. H. Lawrence by Robert M. Polhemus, The University of Chicago Press, 1990
Book Review: Jane and the Stillroom Maid by Stephanie Barron, Bantam Books, 2000
CD Review: Dance & Danceability by The Assembly Players, 1999 The Pride and Prejudice Collection by The Pemberley Players, 1997


Jane and the Mourning Dove, by Elizabeth Newark (2001)