South Atlantic Review
The Journal of the South Atlantic Modern Language Association
South Atlantic Review (SAR), formerly South Atlantic Bulletin, was established in 1935 as the official journal of the South Atlantic Modern Language Association. Published quarterly and distributed to the membership, SAR is concerned with the study of language, literature, rhetoric, and composition, and other topics of scholarly interest in the humanities.
The journal publishes essays in any language, as well as review essays, book reviews, and materials related to the activities and concerns of SAMLA. For more information regarding South Atlantic Review, including submission guidelines for essays, clusters, special issues, and book reviews as well as content of recent issues, the editorial board, calls for papers, and advertising information, please see the corresponding pages of this section of the website.
Announcing the publication of South Atlantic Review , volume 76.1, featuring a special cluster of essays guest edited by Elizabeth Tasker-Davis, Stephen F. Austin State University, entitled “Relating Literature, Life, and Culture in the Long Eighteenth Century.”
The next issue of South Atlantic Review, Volume 76.2, featuring a special cluster edited by Audrey Goodman, Georgia State University, entitled "American Spaces" is slated for production in August.