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African American Review (AAR) is a refereed journal that publishes critical essays on African American literature, film, fine and performing arts, and culture generally; interviews; "Forgotten Manuscripts" features; poetry; fiction; and book reviews.

 


By submitting your work to AAR, you agree that it has not been published previously and is not under consideration elsewhere. Any violation of this policy will result in an immediate withdrawal of the submission by the editors.


 

Authors must submit all manuscripts electronically.Our documentation style follows the Third Edition of the MLA Style Manual & Guide to Scholarly Publishing. For author purposes, this will contain the same information as found in the Seventh Edition of the MLA Handbook, which authors may find more accessible. These manuals encourage the use of intratextual documentation and mandate the inclusion of Works Cited lists at the manuscript's end. Manuscripts that do not follow MLA style are subject to immediate rejection. Also, manuscripts that are not paginated will be rejected. Authors must remove any identifying information from the submission, including cover pages, headers, bylines, etc.

Critical essays should be no fewer than 6,000 words and no more than 8,500 words, excluding endotes and Works Cited. Images should not exceed seven in number and should be appropriately captioned and credited. Authors may submit only one essay at a time.

Fiction writers may submit only one work at a time. Stories should not exceed 3,500 words.

Poets may submit no more than six works at a time; multiple poems should be bundled into a single document.

REVISIONS: A requested revision should not be submitted as a new article. Under the heading "My Archived Submissions," click on the hyperlinked submission ID of your original article. On the following page, select "Submit Revised Document."

AAR does not consider unsolicited book reviews. Copies of books to be considered for review should be mailed to African American Review, Saint Louis University, Adorjan Hall 317, 3800 Lindell Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63108.

 


N.B.: Authors are responsible for obtaining written permissions to reuse or reproduce previously copyrighted material and paying any fees. Quoting copyrighted poetry or song lyrics violates fair use practices and always requires permission, no matter how short the quotation. All reproductions of images, including film stills, sheet music, etc., that are not legally possessed by the author must be cleared with the copyright holder of such images before submission to AAR. For more information on copyright and fair use, please visit the National Copyright Office at www.copyright.gov.

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