Pacific Coast Philology, PAMLA's Journal: Call for Essay Proposals

Call for Article Proposals

PAMLA's respected journal, published by Penn State University Presss, Pacific Coast Philology, publishes peer-reviewed essays of interest to scholars in the classical and modern languages, literatures, and cultures. Essays may be submitted any time throughout the year, but are in particular desired this fall. Please consider proposing an essay to Pacific Coast Philology.

We are open to papers on a variety of topics, but desire manuscripts written for a broad scholarly audience, essays with a clear, highly developed main thesis, essays that contextualize analysis within the relevant theoretical framework, and most importantly essays that further the discourse on your topic in an interesting and thought-provoking way. We request manuscripts of between 5,000 to 8,000 words. Before submitting, please edit carefully with attention to style, grammar, and bibliographical citations using the latest MLA handbook rules. Please submit electronic essays to General Editors Roswitha Burwick and Richard Sperber at http://www.editorialmanager.com/pcp/ . For general questions, please contact Roswitha Burwick: roswitha.burwick@gmail.com . You may also contact Richard Sperber: rsperber@carthage.edu

Book Reviews

In the interest of making members' works more well known to each other and of informing a varied audience of their work, Pacific Coast Philology opened a book review section in the 2000 issue of the journal. Only members' works within the last three years are accepted for review. If you have recently published a book that you would like to have the journal review, have your publisher send a review copy to Dr. Lina Geriguis, Chapman University, 1 University Drive, Wilkinson Hall, English Department, Orange, CA 92866. Reviewers are enlisted from among scholars of note in the book's area of expertise. Make inquiries to pcp@pamla.org.