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Southern Literary Journal

Edited by Sharon P. Holland, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


As the premier publication devoted to the fiction, poetry, and drama of the American South, The Southern Literary Journal publishes a wealth of scholarly articles and reviews in every issue. A commitment to important early Southern writers--William Byrd, William Gilmore Simms, George Washington Cable--as well as to some of the most important American authors--Mark Twain, Kate Chopin, William Faulkner, Richard Wright, Tennessee Williams, and others--places SLJ at the center of American literary scholarship.

Frequency: Biannual: Fall and Spring

Size: 6" x 9", average length 120 pages

Print Circulation: 250

Bibliographic information: ISSN: 0038-4291

Subscribers: Scholars, critics, and students of American and Southern literature and cultural studies, as well as many academic and public libraries.

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Subscriptions: Volume 48, 2015-2016

Individuals (US) 1 yr: $40.00

Institutions (US) 1 yr: $70.00

Individuals (US) 3 yrs: $114.00

Institutions (US) 3 yr: $199.50


Individuals (non-US) 1 yr: $56.00

Institutions (non-US) 1 yr: $86.00

Individuals (non-US) 3 yr: $162.00

Institutions (non-US) 3 yr: $247.50

Agency: 5% discount on institutional rate (plus foreign shipping).

Sample issues: Sent upon request to libraries, based on available stock.

Back issues: Most recent four volumes available from publisher.

Online Access: Journal issues also available online from Project Muse.

About the Editor
Sharon Holland is the Associate Chair of the Department of American Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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