The Faulkner Journal is devoted to academic study of arguably the most important American writer of the twentieth century. His work has long encouraged an uncommonly rich variety of interpretive methods, and the editors welcome a range of scholarly approaches, including biographical, historical, theoretical, and textual. They seek submissions that put fresh perspectives into play with important earlier Faulkner research.
Submissions should be formatted according to the MLA Handbook, 8th ed. and may be sent to the editors, preferably by email.
Peter Lurie, University of Richmond firstname.lastname@example.org
Ahmed Honeini, Royal Holloway, University of London email@example.com
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The Faulkner Journal welcomes a range of scholarly approaches, including biographical, historical, theoretical, and textual. They seek submissions that put fresh perspectives into play with important earlier Faulkner research.
Upon receipt of a submission, the Editors each read the article in full. If it clearly is not worthy of publication and would need wholesale reworking to be considered (due to inadequate length, scholarly research, or originality), we agree to reject it and convey this outcome to the author directly.
If, upon reviewing an article, the Editors both agree that it merits publication or that we recommend revision and a resubmission of the material, we likewise convey this position to the author with a formal reader’s report.
In nearly all cases, unless we agree to reject an article we also send it to a member of the Advisory Board or another qualified reviewer. That outside reader furnishes a formal report, which we then forward to the author and which may include additional input from one or both of the Editors. Such external review helps confirm any inclination toward publishing an article we may have or, conversely, furnishes advice for revising or resubmitting it. The outside reviewer’s report will also resolve any dispute over content the Editors may have and can provide a basis itself for rejecting a manuscript or inviting its revision.
Peter Lurie, University of Richmond
Ahmed Honeini, Royal Holloway, University of London
Aliyyah Abdur-Rahman, Brown University
Melanie Benson Taylor, Dartmouth College
John N. Duvall, Purdue University
Sarah Gleeson-White, University of Sydney
Richard L. Godden, University of California, Irvine
Taylor Hagood, Florida Atlantic University
Kristin Fujie, Lewis & Clark College
Catherine Gunther Kodat, Lawrence University
Barbara Ladd, Emory University
John T. Matthews, Boston University
Gene M. Moore, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Julian Murphet, University of New South Wales
Susan Scott Parrish, University of Michigan
François Pitavy, Université de Bourgogne
D. Matthew Ramsey, Salve Regina University
Hans Skei, University of Oslo
Frédérique Spill, Université de Picardie-Jules Verne
Theresa M. Towner, University of Texas at Dallas
Jay Watson, University of Mississippi
Randall Wilhelm, Anderson University
Michael Zeitlin, University of British Columbia
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