The Nevada Review is a journal dedicated to Nevada: it aims to enhance understanding of the state as a geographical, social, and political unit and a microcosm of the West in the broader historical and political development of the United States. Recognizing the distinctive geological, environmental, social and ethnographic characteristics of Nevada, the Review seeks contributions that examine these features and investigate how they have contributed to the shape of its political institutions, demographic profile, and cultural mores. To this end, the Review encompasses studies from a broad range of disciplines and perspectives, including, but not limited to, history, political science, economics, and literary criticism and also accepts literary contributions of short fiction that concern Nevada, its people, and their way of life.
As such, we would like to announce that we are searching for proposals of scholarly articles (which will be peer reviewed), creative non-fiction, works of literary fiction, book reviews, or interviews pertaining to Nevada. Due to a lack of staffing issues with the required knowledge of the form, The Nevada Review is not accepting poetry at this time.
Caleb Cage and Dr. Joe McCoy, Editors
The Nevada Review
P.O. Box 1582
Reno, NV 89505
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