Book Review Guidelines
We invite the submission of book reviews for publication. Please consult the guidelines and list below to see books available for review. We also welcome your suggestions for books published within the last two years and will request any book that you are interested in reviewing from the publisher if we do not have it. Book review submissions are due by January 15 for publication in the Spring and by July 15 for publication in the Fall issue. They should be submitted as an electronic MS Word file emailed to Erin Redihan, Book Reviews Editor, at email@example.com.
Each review should be 1,000 – 3,000 words
Include your name, position, and institution affiliation (if applicable) for your by-line.
e.g., Jane Doe is an assistant professor of History at Bowdoin College.
Review Heading: Author. Title. Place: Publisher, Year. Pages. Publisher's Price (Binding).
e.g., Michael Perlman. Emancipation and Reconstruction: 1862-1879. Arlington Heights, IL: Harlan Davidson, 1987. 150 pp. $24.95 (paperback).
You are welcome to submit up to two reviews per issue.
For Publishers: We welcome publishers to send books that they would like reviewed. Please note that we only accept physical copies of books and that we cannot guarantee that all books received will be reviewed. Review copies can be mailed to:
Worcester State University
486 Chandler Street
Worcester, MA 01602
Book Review Request Form
List of Books for Review
Alexander, Lisa Doris
Expanding the Black Film Canon: Race and Genre across Six Decades
Never a Lovely So Real: The Life and Work of Nelson Algren
Austin, Allan W. and Patrick L. Hamilton
All New, All Different? A History of Race and the American Superhero
Whom We Shall Welcome: Italian Americans and Immigration Reform, 1945-1965
Fordham University Press
Beck, Daniel R.M.
Unfair Labor? American Indians and the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago
The Culture of Feedback: Ecological Thinking in '70s America
The Divo and the Duce: Promoting Film Stardom and Political Leadership in 1920s America
The Portrait's Subject: Inventing Inner Life in the Nineteenth Century United States
Monumental Mobility: The Memory Word of Massasoit
Creole Drama: Theatre and Society in Antebellum New Orleans