This is an article about the publication Shakespeare Quarterly. For another use, please see Shakespeare Quarterly (disambiguation).
Founded in 1950 by the Shakespeare Association of America, Shakespeare Quarterly (SQ) is a refereed journal committed to publishing essays in the vanguard of Shakespeare studies, notes that bring to light new information on Shakespeare and his age, debates on the latest research, reviews of significant Shakespeare performance, and book reviews to keep readers current with Shakespeare criticism and scholarship.
For subscription information, please visit the SQ page at Johns Hopkins Press. Online and archived issues are available at Project MUSE and JSTOR.
The World Shakespeare Bibliography is published for SQ. Edited by Professor Laura Estill, the Bibliography records all important books, essays, book reviews, dissertations and dissertation abstracts, theatrical productions and theater reviews, and significant reprints of Shakespeare-related works.