Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Cervantes: Bulletin of the Cervantes Society of America

http://www.h-net.org/~cervantes/bcsalist.htm

6 comments:

  1. I had a positive experience with them. The decision was quick and the reader feedback was helpful for improving my article, which was published promptly after the final version was accepted.

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  2. Alongside Anales Cervantinos, this is the best journal of Cervantes studies. I've published two articles with them and it's always been a positive experience and a valuable addition to my list of publications

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  3. I have had one article accepted and another rejected, but in both cases I found the editor to be helpful and professional. An excellent journal for Cervantine scholars.

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  4. I had an extremely positive experience. I received helpful reader comments and my article was actually published less than a year after I sent it to them. The communications were very professional and cheerful. I would submit to them again in a heartbeat.

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  5. I had a very positive experience with them. Although my article was rejected, they were very professional, friendly, and polite, and I received extensive feedback from three different readers on my article. I am planning on reworking the article and resubmitting it in the future.

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  6. One would be hard pressed to find a journal that is managed better than Cervantes. The editor is extremely detail-oriented and pleasant to work with, the readers are experts and provide excellent and thorough feedback, and their time frames are very reasonable. It is very evident that a lot of hard work goes into this journal.

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