Seeking Submissions for New Online Journal--The Journal of Epistolary Studies
Seeking Submissions for New Open Access Online Journal
The Journal of Epistolary Studies (JES) aims to be the premier international publication venue for all scholarship epistolary. The purpose of JES is to publish quality research in all areas of epistolary study, bringing together scholarship of letters and letter writing from across disciplines and historical time periods. Social, historical, literary, linguistic, bibliographical, and material approaches to letters and letter writing all will be considered. JES will offer a forum for academics researching a major genre hitherto not served by major periodical publication. It will be an articles-only journal published bi-annually in the spring and fall.
JES has a stellar editorial board membership of scholars whose research covers many epistolary subfields and historical periods:
Eve Tavor Bannet, University of Oklahoma
Paola Ceccarelli, University College London, United Kingdom
James Daybell, University of Plymouth
Susan Fitzmaurice, University of Sheffield
Elizabeth Hewitt, The Ohio State University, Columbus
Katherine Kong, Independent Scholar
Bronwen Neil, Macquarie University
Antje Richter, University of Colorado, Boulder
Liz Stanley, University of Edinburgh
Alan Stewart, Columbia University
The journal’s website is at https://journals.tdl.org/jes/index.php/jes. We are seeking submissions from any scholars interested in the genre. Please register at the website to submit a manuscript, to volunteer as a peer reviewer, and to receive journal announcements. Click on REGISTER above the masthead. Optional fields on the registration page you may complete as you wish, but please include your affiliation and if you wish to serve as peer reviewer, please indicate your reviewing interests.
Contact the editor, Gary Schneider, at email@example.com with any questions.