MELUS the Journal
First published in 1974, MELUS features articles, interviews, and reviews encompassing the multi-ethnic scope of American literature past and present. Most issues are thematically organized for greater understanding of topics, criticism, and theory in the total picture of American literature MELUS hopes to present.
MELUS is published by Oxford University Press for members and subscribing institutions. The Journal is a non-profit publication, supported solely by dues of Society member and library subscriptions. The editorial office is supported by the University of Connecticut.
Martha J. Cutter is the Editor in Chief.
Maria Seger is the Assistant Editor.
Catherine Fung, of Bentley University, is the Book Review Editor.
Address journal correspondence to:
University of Connecticut
Department of English
215 Glenbrook Rd., U-4025
Storrs, CT 06269-4025
Subscribing to the MELUS Journal:
Membership in MELUS includes a subscription to the journal:
The 2013 rate for regular members is $50.00 and for students and retirees is $30.00.
The annual subscription rate for 2013 is $120.00 for online only access, $132.00 for print only access, and $144.00 for online and print access.
Institutions and libraries wishing to subscribe to the journal can do so here.
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* FREQUENCY - The journal is issued four times a year, in March (Spring), June (Summer), September (Fall), and December (Winter).
* INDEXES - MELUS is indexed and abstracted in Arts and Humanities Citation Index, American Humanities Index, MLA Bibliography, International Bibliography of Periodical Literature and International Bibliography of Book Reviews. The MELUS Cumulative Index, Volume 1-16 (1974-1990) is available from Oxford University Press.
* MICROFILM AND ARTICLE COPIES - The journal is available through University Microfilms International in 16mm microfilm, 105mm microfiche, and article copies. Requests for rates and orders should be sent to: UMI, 300 North Zeeb Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48106- 1346.
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