A journal of literary criticism and theory, interview, book review, and bibliography on the literature of Spain from the eighteenth century into the twenty-first. Our pages are open to all serious critical persuasions.
Letras Peninsulares publishes three issues per year, Spring, Fall and Winter. The Fall and Winter issues are bound together. The journal's pages are open to all serious critical persuasion. Submissions are welcome. Essays may be written in either Spanish or English and may be 12-30 pages of double-spaced typescript in length; format must conform to guidelines set forth in the 1985 MLA Style Manual. An original and two copies should be sent, along with unaffixed postage. The author's name, professional affiliation, and address should appear only on a separate, unattached page; all endnote references to the author should be in the third person.
Letras Peninsulares welcomes books for review. Books of literary theory and criticism, literary history, and bibliography in the areas covered by the journal, as well as creative writing in all genres by Peninsular authors, may be sent to the address above.
We publish three issues per year, a Spring monographic number and a Fall and a Winter issue on diverse topics falling within our parameters. The spring issue each year is devoted to a special topic.
Submission should be directed to:
- Mary S. Vásquez
- Letras Peninsulares
- Box 7050
- Department of Spanish
- Davidson College
- Davidson, NC 28035-7050
- (704) 894-2503