Journals

Early American Literature

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Early American Literature is the journal of the Society of Early Americanists and the Modern Language Association Forum on Early American Literature. It is published three times a year by UNC Press and is available on all major databases including Project Muse, JSTOR and Literature Online. Founded in 1965, EAL publishes innovative scholarship about American literature broadly conceived through about 1830. It provides regular assessments of the field via a robust review section and frequent roundtables and print symposia.  EAL also hosts a book prize, collaborates with other journals such as The William & Mary Quarterly and American Literary History, and continually introduces new forums for scholarly publishing such as “Provocations” (featuring polemical writing) and “Inventions” (featuring imaginative writing). The journal can be found online at https://english.as.uky.edu/eal-journal. For more information, please contact editor Marion Rust at marion.rust@uky.edu.

 

Journal of English and Germanic Philology (JEGP)

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Published continuously since 1897, the Journal of English and Germanic Philology is one of the oldest and most prestigious journals of early literary study in North America. JEGP focuses on Northern European literatures of the Middle Ages, covering Medieval English, Germanic, and Celtic Studies. The journal’s focus on medieval literature and culture encompasses the earliest Germanic and Celtic texts; the vernacular and Latin literatures of the Middle Ages in Britain, Ireland, Germany, and Scandinavia; and the continuities and transitions linking the literatures of the medieval and post-medieval eras, including modern medievalisms and the history of medieval literary scholarship. The scholarship and reviews in JEGP are indexed and available on all major scholarly bibliographies and databases, including JSTOR and ABELL. It is published quarterly by The University of Illinois Press. For more information, please contact co-editor Matthew Giancarlo at matthew.giancarlo@uky.edu.

 

   PLUCK!

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New Limestone Review

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Limestone showcases original and imaginative writing and art by residents of the Bluegrass region of Kentucky and from across the nation. We are a venue that promotes new and innovative creative writing.

Shale

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