CFP: [General] The CEA Critic

full name / name of organization: 
Daniel Robinson

The CEA Critic, the official journal of the College English Association,
publishes scholarly articles that focus on textsâ€"fiction, poetry, drama,
nonfiction, and filmâ€"that English professors read, study, and teach and
professional articles that apply other critical approaches to issues
pertinent to the discipline of English in higher education.

If you would like to submit an essay for publication in The CEA Critic,
please mail two letter-quality hard copies and a Microsoft Word document on
an IBM-formatted floppy disk. If you do not use floppy disks, you may send
the two hard copies with an email address provided. Manuscripts should be
between 15 and 30 pages typed and double-spaced and should follow MLA
style. Place any notes and the list of works cited at the end of your
word-processing fileâ€"do not use the automatic note/reference function of
your word-processing program. In other words, type endnotes as you would on
a typewriter. Authors are responsible both for the accuracy of quotations
and for representing source material fairly. The editorial staff will edit
accepted manuscripts according to house style.

The CEA Critic will publish only articles by members of the College English
Association. Non-members are welcome to submit but must join the CEA in
order for accepted submissions to be published.

Address manuscripts and inquiries about The CEA Critic to the editor:

Daniel Robinson
CEA Publications Editor
Humanities Division
Widener University
Chester, PA 19013

Please do not e-mail submissions, but you may e-mail inquiries to

The Review Process

The Editor will send submissions to members of the Editorial Board or to
other qualified reviewers. The Editor, however, reserves the right to
reject submissions that he considers inappropriate for The Critic without
sending them out for review. Unrevised conference presentations or
unrevised graduate term papers are not appropriate for publication in The

Because our journal aims to publish stimulating literary criticism,
reviewers will judge how compelling, scholarly, original, important, and
well-written submitted essays are.

The editor will recycle rejected submissions. The College English
Association holds the copyright to all articles published in The CEA
Critic. For permission to reprint articles please contact the editor at the
address above.

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