Aims & Scope
The Coastal Review invites manuscripts on an open and rolling basis and publishes articles as soon as they are accepted. In addition, presenters at the annual Southeast Coastal Conference on Languages and Literatures (SECCLL) are encouraged to submit an extended and thoroughly revised manuscript of their presentation for possible inclusion in the Journal. The Coastal Review may also solicit manuscripts and publish special issues from time to time.
In order to successfully publish an article in The Coastal Review, SECCLL presenters are expected to send a substantially expanded and revised version of their conference paper suitable for peer-reviewed journal publication. Generally, the manuscript version of the presentation should be between 15-20 pages, single spaced.
For more about The Coastal Review, see the Aims & Scope page. For journal policies and submission guidelines, see the Policies page. Please contact the Editors with any questions or concerns pertaining to The Coastal Review.