We give you the scuttlebutt on academic journals—aiding you in selecting the right journal for publication—in reviews that are sometimes snarky, sometimes lengthy, always helpful. Written by Princeton University graduate students and Wendy Laura Belcher.
For those interested in publishing articles that discuss, in its broadest sense, prose “fiction” (covering genres far beyond the novel, including theater, broadsides and satirical … Continue reading
For those interested in publishing articles of a comparative nature on literary history, the history of ideas, critical theory, studies between authors, and literary relations … Continue reading
For those interested in publishing articles on literature of the eighteenth century, mainly British (but articles can have New World or colonial connections), often with … Continue reading
Ironically, this journal dedicated to analyzing “the tyrannies of thought” doesn’t accept unsolicited submissions. So, for those who know the editorial board and have something … Continue reading
For those with articles that freewheel through philosophy and history, particularly the uses that we can make of generally accepted precepts in each of those … Continue reading
For those with articles that engage with cultural studies, reading practices, and debates about interpretation (especially if you have something to say about surface reading … Continue reading
For those with articles that put multiple texts or authors in conversation with each other or addressing non-canonical texts using cultural studies perspectives. … Continue reading
For those with a presentist article that puts theories in conversation and has a catchy and/or scandalous title (e.g., Ardent Masturbation, Big Criticism). 2015 review: It is best … Continue reading
For those interested in publishing articles on Derrida and deconstruction. Don’t submit your work here if you are writing about anything else.
For those interested in publishing articles on the problematic of difference in literary, social, political, and social texts from a combined Continental philosophy and American … Continue reading