The Sherwood Anderson Review, now archived, was an expanded version of The Winesburg Eagle, which began publication in November 1975, edited by Professor Welford D. Taylor at the University of Richmond. Its appearance coincided with events in 1976 that observed the centenary of Anderson's birth. The announced purpose of The Eagle was "to help further Anderson scholarship and to broaden interest in the man and his work."
In 1987, the editing of the Eagle was assumed by Professors Charles E. Modlin and Hilbert H. Campbell at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. They have since retired and Modlin has since died. The Review continued into the 1990s in much the same manner as the Eagle with semi-annual (winter and summer) issues containing critical and biographical essays relating to Anderson and his circle, newly edited texts, book reviews, photographs and art work, an annual Anderson bibliography, and coverage of the activities of the Sherwood Anderson Foundation and other organizations relating to Anderson.
The Review is available from the list to your right.