* All manuscripts should now be submitted electronically to the Revista de Estudios Hispánicos at email@example.com. Please send your manuscript as a Word document.
The journal will consider studies on all areas and periods within Hispanic literatures, cultures, and film. We particularly welcome theoretically innovative articles that cross geographical, generic, and disciplinary boundaries. Manuscripts over 9000 words (including notes and the list of works cited) will not be considered for publication. Authors' names should not appear on manuscripts; instead, each essay should be accompanied by a cover sheet with the author's name, address, and the title of the essay. All articles submitted must be the original work of the authors and may not be published or considered for publication elsewhere without the permission of the Editor.
Communications and manuscripts for publication (prepared in accordance with the Third Edition of the MLA Style Manual) should be e-mailed to Revista de Estudios Hispánicos at firstname.lastname@example.org. The author's own name must not appear anywhere in the initial submission of the manuscript, nor should there be references to the author's own work in the first person in the text of the essay. Instead, each essay should be accompanied by a separate cover sheet file that includes identifying information (author name, address, and the title of the essay). In addition, a 200-word summary and a brief list of key words should accompany each essay. The summary must be written in English, regardless of the language of the essay, and the key words should be written in both English and Spanish.
Questions regarding format and MLA style should be directed to Anna Eggemeyer. All essays should be addressed to Professor Stephanie Kirk. Latin American books for review should be addressed to Professor Ignacio Sánchez Prado and Peninsular books to Professor Ignacio Infante at the same address. Unsolicited book reviews will not be published. We accept book review requests for critical works such as monographs and anthologies of essays in the fields of literary and cultural studies as well as scholarly editions of primary works. We do not take requests for reviews of fiction, poetry, facsimiles, or historical studies.