New Graduate Journal, Arkansas Literary Review, CFP
The Arkansas Literary Review is an emerging graduate journal in the field of literary studies. Our scope is not limited by a specific field; rather, we seek submissions that deal with literature and any aspect of the humanities: language, philosophy, religion, art, etc. Our extensive review board consists of graduate students from universities all over the country: Vanderbilt, Harvard, UCLA, NYU and Georgia just to name a few. This journal aspires to give a voice to the community of graduate students, and to promote new and innovative ways of approaching literature. For more information about our journal, and about the submission process, you can visit our website (http://www.uark.edu/studorg/gse/). Simply click on the "ALR Journal" menu at the top of the page. You may also direct any questions to me (Joe Meyer) at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to reading your submissions.
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