Academic journal article Christianity and Literature

From the Editors

Academic journal article Christianity and Literature

From the Editors

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At the end of each year, we prepare a report for the board of the Conference on Christianity and Literature providing details about subscriptions and submissions to Christianity and Literature during the previous twelve months. We would also like our readers to have that information.

The four issues comprising Volume 55 of Christianity and Literature, which included the Autumn 2005 and the Winter, Spring, and Summer 2006 issues, totaled 640 pages. The volume included 16 articles, 6 special features, 28 book reviews, and 18 poems.

The number of subscribers for Volume 55 was 4,200, with an average of 1,050 per issue--17 more than the previous year's average. Individuals made up more than 51 percent of subscribers for Volume 55.

In the year ending in November 2006, the journal received 73 unsolicited manuscripts. In comparison, 69 unsolicited manuscripts were received in 2005. Based on decisions made by the coeditors and consultant referees, 10 of those manuscripts (13.7 percent) were accepted with designated revisions. Four manuscripts (5.5 percent) were rejected but revision and resubmission were encouraged; of those, one was resubmitted and published. …

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