Thank you for your interest in Callaloo and for the opportunity to review your work.
As you no doubt already know, Callaloo is a journal devoted to creative work by and critical studies of the work of African Americans and peoples of African descent throughout the African Diaspora. Visual art and studies of life and culture in the Black world are also published regularly in Callaloo, as is wide-ranging cultural criticism. Callaloo is published quarterly (Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall), and accepts original submissions of scholarly articles, book reviews, interviews, nonfiction essays, short fiction, poetry, and visual art.
NEW INFORMATION: Because we have an extensive backlog of academic manuscripts, we will not accept any more submissions of any kind to CALLALOO before September 1, 2013.
All manuscripts must be double spaced and submitted only as a Word document (.doc or .docx). Identifying information, including names of authors, addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses should not be included in the manuscript. Manuscripts should not exceed 10,000 words excluding the title page, abstract, biographical information, and references. All manuscripts should follow the MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing (3rd edition) and include a works cited and endnotes, not footnotes. (click here) For book review guidelines click here.
The editors, staff, and financial supporters of Callaloo will not assume any legal responsibilities for materials published in the journal. Materials published in the journal do not necessarily represent the views of its editors, staff, or financial supporters.
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