The Journal of Modern Literature (JML) is a journal of scholarly research covering literature written in the twentieth century and beyond. It is published four times a year, including its annual review issue which consists of approximately 250 reviews, plus thousands of listings of books, articles, and dissertations that appeared during the preceding year. Temple University English professors Morton Levitt (retired) and Daniel O'Hara are two of JML's Editors; many English faculty are on the Advisory staff.
The editors welcome research-based studies of American, English, and world literature published during the last century. Manuscripts should follow MLA guidelines.
For subscription information, visit the JML web site.
The Scriblerian is a journal devoted to 17th and 18th-century literature and contemporary criticism of that period. Two issues are published annually in Autumn and Spring.
Submission Guidelines & Subscription Information
The Editors invite notes, queries, illustrations, and ephmera on the Scriblerians and Kit-Cats, and their acquaintances. All manuscripts and citations must be double-spaced and otherwise conform to MLA guidelines. Manuscripts and correspondence should be sent to the address listed below.
Individual subscriptions to The Scriblerian are $15; library subscriptions, $20. Checks should be made payable to The Scriblerian.
For advertising information and rates, contact The Scriblerian.
English Department (022-29)
1114 Polett Walk
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Editor: Roy S. Wolper
Tel (215) 204-4717
Fax (215) 204-9620
For more information, visit The Scriblerian's web site.
Hyphen is an interdisciplinary journal, by and for Temple undergraduates, that publishes literature and visual art. To get involved or to read past issues, please visit our website at http://www.hyphenlit.org. You can also contact us at email@example.com. Our faculty advisor is Jena Osman (firstname.lastname@example.org).