The journal will provide a voice for the articulation of feminist and social justice concerns from a Latina perspective, broadly construed to include Latinas in the U.S., Latin America, and other countries. The journal will be an online, open access, peer-reviewed academic journal that considers narrative and poetic entries as legitimate forms of scholarly feminist analyses. We particularly welcome proposals for creating social orders in which both women and men can equally and autonomously promote a planetary ethic that expresses moral concern for all inhabitants of the earth community. Perhaps most of all, the journal will strive to exemplify the highest standards of intellectual and moral integrity and fairness. We believe that the true potential of feminism will never be realized unless these ideals are embraced and implemented.

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS FOR FOURTH ISSUE 

  

The journal is issuing a call for submissions in the three categories of scholarly articles, poems, and prose (fiction, nonfiction, and experimental) dealing with themes in Gloria Anzaldua’s thought, including nepantla, spirituality, heteronormativity, Latinx identity, patriarchy, colonialism, mestizaje, and writing as a form of resistance. Those interested in submission guidelines and learning more about the journal should refer to the journal’s website, www.journallcf.org 

Submissions outside of the thematic area of Anzaldua’s work will also be considered. 


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Writers can submit between 3-5 poems. Upload multiple poems in one document.

 Formal and academic articles that range between 5,000 to 8,000 word count.
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Works should not exceed 1,500 words. We will also consider Flash Fiction pieces. Multiple submissions should not exceed 1,500 word count and should be submitted in one document.

Works should not exceed 1,500 words. We will also consider Flash Nonfiction pieces. Multiple submissions should not exceed 1,500 word count and should be submitted in one document. 

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The Journal of Latina Critical Feminism