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Department Publications

 

The Scriblerian

Since 1968, The Scriblerian and the Kit-Cats has offered imaginative, insightful, and concise reviews of critical discussion of the English literature of the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. The bi-annual journal addresses recent criticism of Addison, Behn, Congreve, Defoe, Dennis, Dryden, Fielding, Finch, Garth, Gay, Haywood, Hogarth, Mandeville, Montagu, Parnell, Pilkington, Pope, Richardson, Rochester, Rowe, Rymer, Settle, Shaftesbury, Smollett, Steele, Sterne, Swift, Thomson, Toland, and Vanbrugh, as well as discussion of the history and culture of the period. Auburn University at Montgomery's College of Arts and Sciences has helped sponsor this journal since 2002, which provides opportunities for student editorial training. For more information please contact Professor W. B. Gerard at wgerard@aum.edu.

English and Philosophy Newsletter

2016-2017
2015-2016
2014-2015

The Mark Twain Journal

The Mark Twain Journal is edited by Dr. Alan Gribben. AUM students have contributed to the journal and served as editorial assistants. For more information, please contact Dr. Gribben at  agribben@aum.edu

THAT Literary Review

An AUM-affiliated literary journal striving to publish the new, the different, and the wonderful.

We feature excellently written fiction between 100 and 5,000 words in length that is surprising, relentlessly engaging, fun, and humming with vibrancy. Our stories Include compelling characters, lively but minimal dialogue, and plots charting the unexpected. Our poetry is alive and idiosyncratic and opens new vistas to the reader. We stay away from rhyming poetry, conventional forms, and love poetry unless brilliantly revisited.

THAT also showcases exceptional and moving artwork in every issue. For a free pdf copy and more information, see thatliteraryreview.com.