Call for Book Reviews
I currently have several books available for review for The Journal of Popular Culture. These reviews would be due May 1, 2019. If you have a completed Master's degree or higher, one of these books is in your field of study, and you are committed to writing a review for us, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, noting your preferred title and your mailing address. The reviews need to be between 500 and 1,000 words and documented in MLA style. Further guidelines can be found at: http://www.journalofpopularculture.com/submissions
Texas Christian University
Book Reviews Editor, Journal of Popular Culture
- Re-enchanted: The Rise of Children’s Fantasy Literature in the 20th Century. Maria Sachiko Cecire. Minnesota UP.
- Slavery and the Post-Black Imagination. Ed. Bertram Ashe and Ilka Saal. U of Washington P.
- Transmedia Directors. Ed. Carol Vernallis et al. Bloomsbury.
- Mexicana Fashions: Politics, Self-adornment and Identity Construction. Ed. Aida Hurtado and Norma Cantu. U of Texas P.
- Religion in Vogue: Christianity and Fashion in America. Lynn Neal.
- Queerbaiting and Fandom: Teasing Fans through Homoerotic Possibilities. Joseph Brennan.
- Nightmares in the Dream Sanctuary: War and the Animated Film Donna Kornhaber
- Heroes of the Borderlands: The Western in Mexican Film, Comics, and Music. Christopher Conway.
- Outriders: Rodeo at the Fringes of the American West. Rebecca Scofield.
- Television Rewired: The Rise of the Auteur Series. Martha Nochimson.
- The Canadian Alternative: Cartoonists, Comics and Graphic Novels. Dominick Grace and Eric Hoffman
- Work!: A Queer History of Modeling. Elspeth H. Brown . Duke UP.
- Quinceañera Style: Social Belonging and Latinx Consumer Identities. Rachel Valentina González
- The Film Photonovel: A Cultural History of Forgotten Adaptations (World Comics and Graphic Nonfiction). Jan Baeten. U Texas P.
- The Race Card: From Gaming Technologies to Model Minorities. Tara Fickle.
- American Autopia: An Intellectual History of the American Roadside at Midcentury. Gabrielle Esperdy.