_Edith Wharton Review_
Edith Wharton Review, the peer-reviewed, MLA-indexed, scholarly journal of the Edith Wharton Society, welcomes submissions on Edith Wharton, Wharton in the context of other authors, and literary and cultural trends, and Wharton in relation to other writers of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries from a broad range of theoretical perspectives including transmedial approaches.
The Review also invites shorter contributions to a “Teaching Notes” section that includes both traditional and digital methodologies, archival notes, review essays (for example, on little-read works by Wharton, or considerations of her status in contemporary culture) and book reviews pertaining directly to Wharton or contextualizing her work in some way. For these shorter articles, please query the editor as listed below.
The journal strives to include work by scholars across all stages of academic careers (including independent scholars).
The Review is published twice a year and accepts submissions on a rolling basis, but end of August and end of February submission dates will ensure consideration for the next issue.