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    New ECF special issue: “Georgian Theatre in an Information Age: Media, Performance, Sociability.”

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Eighteenth-Century Fiction

 

A McMaster University journal

Eighteenth-Century Fiction (ECF) publishes academic research articles on literature and culture of the period 1660-1830.

  • This award-winning international quarterly reaches thousands of scholars every month on Project MUSE: they could be reading your work too.
  • See the ECF outreach by the numbers: ECF readership data.
  • ECF relies on an esteemed, international group of 18th-century scholars as the ECF editorial board.

Submit your essay

Send your manuscript (6,000 – 8,000 words) to the ECF editors for consideration:
Submissions LINK for ECF manuscripts

Please contact the ECF Editor Eugenia Zuroski or the managing editor Jacqueline Langille at email ecf@mcmaster.ca | telephone 905-525-9140, x. 27123 | fax 905-777-8316.

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    Submission time line

    The ECF Editors ask authors to allow four months from the date of submission to get through the peer review process. The ECF Editors do not send every manuscript to external peer reviewers; for some submissions, the editors provide in-house peer review. For 2017, the average response time has been about two months from the...

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  • Latest issue

    Latest issue

    The latest issue is now out: ECF 30.1, Fall 2017 Project MUSE University of Toronto Press Articles The Maxims of Swift’s Psychological Fiction pp. 1-23 Kelly Swartz Serialized Identities and the Novelistic Character in Eliza Haywood’s Fantomina and Anti-Pamela pp. 25-44 Leslie Morrison Eros and Exchange Alley: Speculative Desire in Eliza Haywood’s Memoirs of a Certain...

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    Utopia

    The ECF editors offer a new feature: Virtual issues of ECF articles on timely topics that are curated by international scholars. The first virtual issue is: UTOPIA, curated by and with an introduction by Jason H. Pearl, Florida International University: ecf.humanities.mcmaster.ca/utopia/. Read More about "Utopia"

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