The Journal of Texas Women Writers and the Cormac McCarthy Journal, both created and edited by faculty at Angelo State University and hosted on the TDL Electronic Press, have new issues available online.
The TDL Electronic Press hosts online, peer-reviewed journals using Open Journal Systems journal management software. For more information about TDL-hosted journals, please visit the TDL website.
About the Cormac McCarthy Journal
The Cormac McCarthy Journal is an online, peer-reviewed journal focusing on the works and influence of Cormac McCarthy. The CMJ publishes articles, notes, and reviews related to Cormac McCarthy’s novels, film adaptations, and scholarly works. The CMJ is published biannually online and annually each fall. CMJ is supported by the Cormac McCarthy Society (www.cormacmccarthy.com) and is a member of the Council of Editors of Learned Journals.
About the Journal of Texas Women Writers
Journal of Texas Women Writers (JoTWW) is an online, peer-reviewed, biannual journal dedicated to fostering Texas women’s writing and to studying texts by Texas women writers. JoTWW publishes creative writing (nonfiction, fiction, poetry, etc.) by women writers from or currently living in Texas, scholarly articles about the lives and texts of women writers from Texas and/or women writers who have lived for significant periods in Texas, brief encyclopedic entries on cultural issues relevant to Texas women’s writing, as well as reviews of creative, critical, and biographical studies that include Texas women writers. JoTWW’s critical articles focus on well-known Texas women writers, such as Katherine Anne Porter (below), Sandra Cisneros, Mary Karr, and Gloria E. Anzaldúa, on lesser-known Texas women writers (such as Dorothy Scarborough, Jane Gilmore Rushing, and Naomi Shihab Nye), and on non-Texas women writers whose texts are set in—or are in some way related to—Texas.