A reminder to existing members that they need to renew their membership to continue to help in the work of the society and to access The Beckett Circle and other members’ material. We also hope that all of those interested in the work of the author would consider joining us in broadening the dialogue on all matters Beckett.

The Samuel Beckett Society is an international organization of scholars, students, directors, actors and others who share an interest in the work of Samuel Beckett. Honorary Trustees are Edward Beckett, J. M. Coetzee, Martha Dow Fehsenfeld, Lois More Overbeck, John Fletcher and James Knowlson, OBE. Previous Honorary Trustees include the late John Calder.

Become a Member

The Society provides opportunities for members to meet and exchange information. Membership includes subscription to The Beckett Circle, the newsletter of the Society published twice yearly. The Society arranges member discounts and exclusive offers with a number of international publishers and events. Members of the SBS are also eligible for a subscription to the Journal of Beckett Studies at a reduced rate, and receive a 50% discount on the price of individual issues of Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd’hui. The annual meeting of the Society’s Executive Board is held during the MLA Annual Convention. Donations over and above the membership fee are welcome and are tax deductible.

One-year membership (£28.50)

Student membership (one year) (£16.30)

To pay directly through PayPal or by others methods follow the link.

Membership Enquiries

For membership enquiries, write to the President of the Samuel Beckett Society:

Professor Laura Salisbury

Email: L.A.Salisbury@exeter.ac.uk

Masthead Photo: ‘Inspiring Generations’ by Joe Casslin. (Pic: F Ó Faoláin)

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