Contributors

 

Editor-in-Chief

Anna Faktorovich, ABD

Edinboro University of Pennsylvania (English Instructor)

 

Advisory Editor

Dr. Robert Hauptman

Journal of Information Ethics, published by McFarland (Editor)

 

Reviews Editor

Dr. Eugenia Russell

Royal Holloway, University of London

 

Assistant Editor

 Dr. Frank Casale

Morgan State University

 

Peer-Review Board

 

Essays

Dr. Gene McQuillan

City University of New York

Dr. Stephen Barnes

Shorter College, GA

Dr. Logan Connors

Louisiana State University and Universite de Paris

Andrew Andermatt

Indiana University of Pennsylvania (Ph.D. Candidate)

Arun K. Pokhrel

University of Florida (Ph.D. Candidate)

Christopher Ryan Schott

University of Missouri (G.A.)

Patrick Manning

Eastern Michigan University (G.A.)

Jonathan C. Gagas

Temple University (ABD)

Dr. Antonio Sanna

University of Westminster in London

Dr. Douglas J. King

Gannon University

 

Poetry

Dr. Yihsuan Tso

National Taiwan Normal University

Danny P. Barbare

Phillip Ellis
Australian Reader (Editor)

 

 Many thanks to the writers listed above, who volunteered to join the Pennsylvania Literary Journal's Contributors Board. We are looking for more volunteers. There are four different jobs (all without pay):
1. Advisory Editor - You should have experience editing a recognized journal. Your job would be advising on the best editing/ publishing policies for PLJ to follow.
2. Assistant Editor - You should be a faculty member at an academic institution anywhere in the world. The job is doing heavy or close edits of essays, book reviews and fictional submissions. You can choose to specialize in one of these fields. You will also be asked to help with the distribution process once a printed version of the journal is published. You are also welcome to help with recruitment of writers and peer-reviewers.  
3. Peer Reviewer - You can be a writer at any stage, from novice to expert. Your job will be assisting with choosing works that are fit for publication, and giving advice to the writers on how they can edit their work so that it is more presentable.
4. Distributors - You should be in the academia, so that you will be able to convince acquisition librarians, book stores, yourself and your co-workers to buy PLJ or to use it in your/ their classes.
If you are interested, please contact the Editor, Anna Faktorovich, at, pennsylvaniajournal@gmail.com. In your letter state which position you are interested in.
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