February 2009

Submission Policy & Guidelines

Upon slating a reviewer, RCR will request that contributors send an electronic copy of the review (as a Word document); however, submissions are not required to be in HTML. Although there is no specific length limit, reviews normally run 1,200–1,500 words. Please note that for matters of style, endnotes, and citation, RCR follows MLA guidelines. We also welcome the use of hypertext links in the review where relevant, but RCR will oversee the final HTML product.

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About Romantic Circles Reviews

Romantic Circles Reviews (RCR) offers thoughtful, thorough reviews of key works of scholarship in the field that also take advantage of the particular strengths of the Internet. Our goal is delivering the timeliest responses to new directions in Romanticism, publishing reviews without the long lag-time that print generates. Rather than being collated into volumes, each review will be published "just-in-time": our hope is to cover the publications of today, instead of those of several years ago. While we focus chiefly on reviews of books—including essay collections, textual editions, anthologies, biographies as well as monographs—RCR also engages other relevant projects in Romantic Studies, especially all forms of digital media.