American Periodicals, the official publication of the Research Society for American Periodicals, is devoted exclusively to scholarship and criticism relating to American magazines and newspapers of all periods. It includes essays, notes, reviews, bibliographies, and histories on all aspects of American periodicals, from the earliest 18th-century magazines to the 21st-century ‘zines and e-journals. The journal is co-edited by Dr. Cynthia Patterson, and digital copies of back issues dating to 1991 can be accessed via the USF Libraries ejournals, on JSTOR, Project Muse, and OCLC First Search platforms.
Aphra Behn Online: Interactive Journal for Women in the Arts 1640-1830 is
an online annual publication that serves as a forum for interactive scholarly discussion
on all aspects of women in arts between 1640 and 1830, especially literature, visual
arts, music, performance art, film criticism, and production arts. The journal features
peer-reviewed articles encompassing subjects on a global range and is intended for
scholars and students. The journal is comprised of four divisions: Scholarship;
Pedagogy; New Media Applications/ Women on the Web; and Reviews.
The Mailer Review, co-sponsored by the University of South Florida and The
Norman Mailer Society, is an international journal dedicated to the life and work
of Norman Mailer. The Mailer Review publishes articles, notes, biographical
essays, digital portfolios, memoirs, book reviews, and creative works. A blind review
committee reviews unsolicited manuscripts. Book reviews are assigned by the editor.
For manuscript guidelines, see our link on the Society web page
Saw Palm is published annually by the creative writing program. We publish
work by Florida writers and artists and those outside the state whose work concerns
itself with Florida. We're interested in poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, art,
photography, interviews, reviews of books and films, as well as pieces for our two
series, Places to Stand in Florida and Insane Anecdotes from Florida History.
Thread is an print journal edited annually by English majors, where some
of the best current USF undergraduate writing (literary criticism and research;
creative writing; and in the future, technical writing) can glow on the screen instead
of festering on the hard drives of its creators.