The Emily Dickinson Journal welcomes submissions on all aspects of Dickinson and her work. Most manuscripts accepted for publication by the Journal are standard essay-length, twenty to thirty pages. We do not publish unsolicited poetry or reviews.
Manuscripts should be prepared according to current MLA style, with bibliographic information cited by textual or parenthetical reference to a complete list of Works Cited. The one exception is reference to standard editions of Emily Dickinson’s poems and letters. For examples of how to format such references, please refer to the essays in previous issues. Send electronic submissions to the Journal’s online system, ScholarOne, at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/edj. To submit, visit the website and create an account. Once you have access to your account, you will upload your paper directly to the website.
Send electronic submissions to the Journal’s online system at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/edj. To submit, visit the website and create an account. Once you have access to your account, you will upload your paper directly to the website. Address any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information go to: http://www.emilydickinsoninternationalsociety.org/node/16.
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The Emily Dickinson Journal welcomes submissions on all aspects of Dickinson and her work. Most manuscripts accepted for publication by the Journal are standard essay-length, twenty to thirty pages. We do not publish unsolicited poetry or reviews. The Journal follows a policy of double-blind review so please make sure to remove any identifying information (name, university, etc.) from the manuscript itself.
For further information on submission, see the Author’s Guidelines.
Ryan Cull, New Mexico State University
Jenna Kiegel, New Mexico State University
Abigail Vernium, New Mexico State University
Suzanne Juhasz, University of Colorado, Boulder
Paul Crumbley, Utah State University
Páraic Finnerty, University of Portsmouth
Cristanne Miller, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
Alexandra Socarides, University of Missouri
Marta L. Werner, Loyola University
Renee Bergland, Simmons University
Joan Kirkby, Macquarie University
Domhnall Mitchell, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Marjorie Perloff, Emerita, Stanford University
Vivian Pollak, Washington University
Martha Nell Smith, University of Maryland
Gary Lee Stonum, Case Western Reserve University
Shira Wolosky, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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"The Emily Dickinson Journal is the major scholarly forum for the best informed and most progressive thinking about Emily Dickinson's poetry. But it is also an important site for advanced discussions about the nexus between writing and theory; literature, politics, history and society; as well as pedagogical methods, textual issues and computer technologies. Practical, diverse, and hugely impressive, the Journal is useful for specialists, teachers, students and others looking to familiarise themselves with the latest developments in Dickinson criticism in particular and cultural enterprise generally."
Associate Professor of Nineteenth-Century Literature, Norweigan University of Science and Technology
"When it comes to up-to-date information of Dickinson scholarship, the EDJ is a blessing for us."
Professor of American Literature, Osaka Shoin Women's College, Japan
"In the years before the EDJ, one had to search in a myriad of sources in order to find what the EDJ now provides. Any college or university that regularly teaches Emily Dickinson (and all should) ought to include The Emily Dickinson Journal in its holdings. Through one publication, students are able to develop their thinking not only about this great American poet but about the critical approaches that one can bring to the poetry--and all this in a format that is easy to read and use."
-Beth Maclay Doriani, Ph.D
Academic Dean, Malone College
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