Volume 57.2 of Blake, An Illustrated Quarterly includes an interview with Helen Bruder by Elizabeth Effinger to mark the 25th anniversary of her book, William Blake and the Daughters of Albion. A condensed version of the interview, in which she discusses some of the elements that led to a landmark publication that brought feminist criticism to bear on Blake studies, is available on the Blake Archive blog.
In other articles, Lisa Sherlock looks at new evidence attributing annotations in a copy of Milton's Paradise Lost contained in Hayley's library to Blake, while G.A. Rosso argues for a redefinition of apocalypse in Blake studies, and Ian Thomson explores the role of the pipe in Blake's "Introduction" to Songs of Innocence.
This and previous issues of Blake, An Illustrated Quarterly, are available at blakequarterly.org.