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 57 of Christianity and Literature, which included the Autumn 2007 and the Winter, Spring, and Summer 2008 issues, totaled 636 pages (compared with 744 pages in Volume 56) and included 16 articles, 3 special features, 37 book reviews, 1 review essay, and 18 poems. "These numbers compare with those from Volume 56, which included 15 articles, 8 special features, 33 book reviews, 3 review essays, and 30 poems.

The number of subscribers for Volume 57 was 4,117, with an average of 1,029 per issue. This represents an increase from Volume 56, which had 3,811 total subscribers, with an average of 953 per issue. Individuals made up about 55 percent of the subscribers for Volume 57 whereas college and university libraries composed the majority of the institutional subscribers.

In the year ending in November 2008, the journal received 42 unsolicited manuscripts. …

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