The Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia has produced about 178 separate publications–in addition to 54 issues of its Secretary’s News Sheet and 60 volumes of its journal Studies in Bibliography. It is the Society’s publications, particularly its journal Studies in Bibliography, that have most widely characterized the Society and led to its greatest influence.
The Society has been a pioneer in digital publishing. Studies in Bibliography was the first scholarly journal to have its entire back run available free of charge on the web and in e-book format. In addition, the Society has published several digital monographs including Emily Lorraine de Montluzin’s Attributions of Authorship in the Gentleman’s Magazine and the European Magazine and G. Blakemore Evans’s Shakespearean Promptbooks.