Ian Wallace, 1979-2009.
Pól Ó Dochartaigh, 2009-14.
Laura Bradley (University of Edinburgh), 2014-
Stephen Brockmann (Carnegie Mellon University)
Anna Chiarloni (Università di Torino)
Sarah Colvin (University of Cambridge)
Paul Cooke (University of Leeds)
Mary Cosgrove (Trinity College Dublin)
Norbert Otto Eke (Universität Paderborn)
Helen Fehervary (Ohio State University)
Gisela Holfter (University of Limerick)
Karen Leeder (University of Oxford)
Laurence McFalls (Université de Montréal)
Sabine von Mering (Brandeis University)
Heinz-Peter Preußer (Universität Bremen)
"a stimulating and important book to be recommended for all interested in contemporary writing and culture. Several essays will become important and foundational interpretations of authors who will continue to interest students and scholars of German literature in the future."
- THE MODERN LANGUAGE REVIEW, 110.2 (April 2015) on vol. 76.
"an authoritative contribution to scholarship on German-language women writers … a welcome and needed contribution [… that] will become a cornerstone for future scholarship"
- MONATSHEFTE, 108.1 (Spring 2016), on vol. 76.
"this focused volume of essays should serve as a solid foundation for the growing international critical interest in Köhler’s distinctive, albeit uncompromising, poetic voice"
- GERMAN QUARTERLY, 87.4 (Fall 2014) on vol. 78.
"'a valuable addition to the scholarship on GDR literature and authors from the GDR"
- GERMAN STUDIES REVIEW, 37.3 (October 2014), on vol. 75.
“…the German Monitor has continued to produce quality volumes […] we can hope that the German Monitor continues to provide us with thought-provoking issues.”
- MONATSHEFTE, Vol. 97.2 (2005)