The Arthur Miller Journal  
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The Arthur Miller Journal provides a lasting legacy to Miller's significant contributions to American drama.  The journal is published twice yearly under the auspices of the English department of St. Francis College and Regent University, in cooperation with the Arthur Miller Society and the Arthur Miller Centre at the University of East Anglia.  For further information contact Stephen Marino, editor, at smarino@sfc.edu 

Volume 1   Number 1   Spring 2006
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Volume 1   Number 2   Fall 2006
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Volume 2   Number 1   Spring 2007
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Volume 2   Number 2   Fall 2007
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Volume 3   Number 1   Spring 2008
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Volume 3   Number 2   Fall 2008
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Volume 4   Number 1   Spring 2009
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Volume 4   Number 2   Fall 2009
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Volume 5   Number 1   Spring 2010
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Volume 5   Number 2   Fall 2010
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Volume 6   Number 1   Spring 2011
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Volume 6   Number 2   Fall 2011
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Volume 7   Numbers 1&2   Fall 2012
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Volume 8   Number 1   Spring 2013
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Volume 8   Number 2   Fall 2013
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Volume 9   Numbers 1&2   Fall 2014



If you would like to watch the recent interview between the Journal’s editor Steve Marino, and playwright, David Henry Hwang (in which, among other things,  he discusses his views on Miller), go to the St. Francis College website, where there is a link to the video on the Journal’s homepage.
 
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To subscribe to the Arthur Miller Journal
Complete this order form and mail to:

Scott Weiss, Managing Editor
The Arthur Miller Journal
St. Francis College
180 Remsen St.
Brooklyn, NY 11201

(Call 718 489 5457 for more information)

Subscription Rates: $25/year for individuals in U.S. and Canada;
$30/year for all institutions and overseas subscribers. 
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Submission information for Arthur Miller Journal

We welcome essays on any aspect of Miller's life, work, and career, both on individual works and
evaluations of the scope of Miller's eight decades of writing
and his connection to other playwrights.
We also are interested in publishing teaching notes and short notes
regarding new approaches to Miller and his work.

In addition to these, we invite book, production, film, and performance reviews.
Submisions can be made directly at http://www.editorialmanager.com/amj
You will be notified by email as to each step of the submission process.

Volume 9 Special Edition to mark the 50th anniversary of After the Fall and Incident at Vichy: deadline for submissions June 2014. See more information on the Events page of the society website under the Calls for Papers.

Please send all inquires regarding subscriptions and business communications to:
  Ian Maloney, Executive Editor
 The Arthur Miller Journal
  St. Francis College
 180 Remsen Street
 Brooklyn, New York 11202

Please submit essays and notes as email attachments to Editor Steve Marino: smarino@sfc.edu.
Essays should conform to the MLA Style Manual and not exceeed 8000 words.
Essays will be blind vetted.
Books for review and book reviews can be sent directly to the Book Review Editor: George Castellitto
and Film or Performance reviews to the Performance Review Editor: Susan Abbotson.
Film and Performance reviews should not exceed 3000 words.
All submissions should follow MLA. Please look at a previous issue of the journal to check the format.

ST. FRANCIS COLLEGE
   THE SMALL COLLEGE OF BIG DREAMS

REGENT UNIVERSITY
A LEADING GLOBAL CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY

Click here for a PDF of the program from the college's launching celebration for the Journal.

Last updated January 5th 2014