Sponsor A Student Editor

SPONSOR A STUDENT EDITOR working on the recovery, publication, and critical exploration of the youthful writings of renowned authors.

Students will be working under the mentorship of an Academic Editor on projects that include such writers as: Margaret Atwood, Jane Austen, the Brontes, Lewis Carroll, Charles Dickens, Katherine Mansfield, Robert Louis Stevenson, and Alfred Lord Tennyson.

If you would like to learn more about our SPONSOR A STUDENT EDITOR initiative, contact:
Christine Alexander, Juvenilia Press Director
Email: c.alexander@unsw.edu.au

We are a non-profit research and educational enterprise and all donations are tax deductible.

Grants of of $500 to $1,000 we offer
  • 4 complimentary copies of your designated edition
  • Acknowledgement in the edition, JP Board Report, on website and Facebook
  • Letter of Acknowledgement from Student Editor(s) and Academic Mentor Editor.
For donations of $1,000 to $2, 000 we offer
  • 8 complimentary copies of your designated edition
  • Acknowledgement in the edition, JP Board Report, on website and Facebook
  • Letter of Acknowledgement from Student Editor(s) and Academic Mentor Editor.
For donations of $2,500 and above
  • 10 complimentary copies of your designated edition
  • Acknowledgement in the edition, JP Board Report, on website and Facebook
  • Dedication page: a dedication to either yourself, a family member or friend to celebrate an anniversary or birthday, or simply to remember someone
  • Framed and signed cover poster of the edition
  • Letter of Acknowledgement from Student Editor(s) and Academic Mentor Editor.
A grant of $5,000 usually covers the full cost of student training and mentorship, and the associated production costs of their edition.

Choose from our list of authors for upcoming editions, or nominate your own author:
  • Branwell Brontë, The Pirate.
  • Katherine Mansfield, Juvenilia.
  • Agatha Christie, Juvenilia.
  • Daphne du Maurier, Juvenilia.
  • Edith Wharton, Juvenilia.
  • Louisa May Alcott juvenilia, a play from Comic Tragedies.
  • Elizabeth Barrett Browning juvenilia.
  • Lewis Carroll, Mischmash.
  • Harold Pinter’s juvenilia.
  • Christina Rossetti, Maude.
  • Randolph Stowe’s juvenilia.
  • A. C. Swinburne, Queen Iseult.
  • William Ainsworth, Juvenilia.
  • Alfred Tennyson, The Devil and the Lady.
  • Sophia Burney’s Juvenilia, dedicated to her aunt Frances.
  • Emily & Anne Brontë, The Diary Papers.
  • Robert Louis Stevenson, Magazines.


Emily & Anne Bronte
Emily & Anne Brontë
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Katherine Mansfield
Katherine Mansfield
Christine Rossetti
Christine Rossetti
Lewis Carroll
Lewis Carroll

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