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Concentrating on works that are frequently anthologized and studied in college classrooms, The Explicator , with its yearly index of titles, is a must for college and university libraries and teachers of literature. Text-based criticism thrives in The Explicator . One of few in its class, the journal publishes concise notes on passages of prose and poetry. Each issue contains between 25 and 30 notes on works of literature, ranging from ancient Greek and Roman times to our own, from throughout the world. Students rely on The Explicator for insight into works they are studying.
How to Become a Peer Reviewer
The Explicator is interested in peer reviewers who specialize in British literature before 1800 and classical/international literature. If this is your area of expertise, please contact The Explicator’s associate editor Lawton Brewer, email@example.com, and register for an account on The Explicator’s ScholarOne.
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The benefits to becoming a peer reviewer are numerous, including the improvement of writing skills, the opportunity to generate new ideas for research, and the recognition of being an expert in your field. Interested? Click here to learn more.
Calley Hornbuckle, Dalton State College
Kirk Curnutt, Troy University
Catherine Loomis, University of New Orleans
Lawton A. Brewer, Georgia State University