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Submission Guidelines

Please submit manuscripts electronically by using our Online Publishing Submission Form below. Please submt a Word document in the upload field.

The Spanish Academic Journal will consider studies that cover Hispanic literature, linguistics, culture, and film. Interdisciplinary work is especially welcome.

Manuscripts should contain no fewer than 1,000 words and no more than 12,000 words, excluding works cited.

Authors' names should not appear on manuscripts. Information that identifies the author(s) should only appear on the Online Submission Form used to upload the manuscript.

All articles submitted must be original work of the authors, and it must not be published in any other electronic format accesible on the Internet. Articles that are in hard copy may be submitted for electronic publishing; however, the original source will be cited.

In the Online Submission Form, you will be asked to provide:

  • Author's name
  • Academic affiliation and title
  • Email address
  • Title of the article
  • 100- to 200-word summary
  • Short list of related key words

Book review requests will be accepted.


Manuscript Preparation

Please adhere to the following recommendations when preparing articles.

  1. Please do not place your name in your manuscript during the initial submission. This includes references to your own work in the first person.
  2. Please use the same font throughout your article.
  3. For articles related to literature and culture, please adhere to the MLA Style Manual (3rd Edition). For articles related to linguistics including sociolinguistics, SLA, and Heritage Learners, please use the APA Style Manual, 6th Edition.
  4. Place all notes at the end in its own "Endnotes" section, and place that section before the "Works Cited" section.
  5. Use only one footnote for each sentence, at the end of the sentence. Place the footnote number outside of the period if your article is in English and inside the period if your article is in Spanish.
  6. Place parenthetical references at the end of the sentence or clause rather than in the middle of a phrase, and please ensure that they adhere to the style guidelines as noted in number three (3) above.
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