- The Carrollian is published by The Lewis Carroll Society.
- Originally called Jabberwocky (changing its name to The Carrollian in 1998) the journal has been in existence since 1969. 90 issues were published under the name Jabberwocky and over 20 issues have since been published under the current name.
- The journal is read in over 20 countries and its subscribers include all the leading writers and experts on Lewis Carroll and the top institutions around the world. The journal is particularly popular with organisations having specific interests in Victorian studies and bibliography.
- Copies of the journal are made available through membership of the Lewis Carroll Society which can be taken out any time by individuals or institutions. All past issues are offered for sale. Click Here for costs.
- A fully searchable catalogue for all issues, showing titles, authors, pagination and abstract is currently under development, with some functionality already in place.
- Please note that the publication of The Carrollian is irregular.
The most recent issue is no. 30, published in October 2017.