SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

  Cercles welcomes articles on the social and cultural practices of the English-speaking world: literature, linguistics, history, politics, sociology, anthropology, esthetics… It offers a variety of perspectives, involving gender, ethnicity, ideology, and theory. We encourage submissions in English and French, but also any other language, provided a translation is submitted in either French or English.
  No manuscript will be considered if it is concurrently under consideration by another journal or is soon to be published elsewhere. However, the editors might consider publishing previously printed material, provided the original publisher has granted one-time printing rights to Cercles. Articles published in Cercles may not be published elsewhere unless permission is granted by Cercles.
  Authors are encouraged to submit relevant graphics (photographs, maps, charts, line drawings, cartoons) with the manuscript. Author are responsible for obtaining written permission to publish any copyrighted material
Format
  Articles must either be submitted in Microsoft Word, or Rich Text Format (RTF). They must be double-spaced, and they must adhere to MLA style.
  Contributions should generally be six thousand to eight thousand words in length (two thousand to two thousand and two hundred signs per page). The editors are the final arbiters of length, grammar and usage.
 Manuscripts will not be returned.

BOOK REVIEWS AND REVIEW ARTICLES

 Although most Cercles book reviews are solicited, the book review editor will consider unsolicited reviews. The reviewed work should appear at the head of the review using the following citation guidelines (in that order): full title, author, place of publication, publisher, year, price, number of pages, ISBN or ISSN. Reviews should be between six thousand and twelve thousand signs — spaces not included (1100 words minimum). Please avoid notes. Please indicate the page number when you quote from the book.

COPYRIGHT STATEMENT

Materials published in Cercles are copyrighted. The name and logo are copyrighted by Cercles. The articles are copyrighted by Cercles. Articles appearing in the journal become the property of the journal. By submitting any material to Cercles, you grant the journal a royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable, non-exclusive, unrestricted, worldwide license to use, copy, adapt, modify, transmit, publicly perform or display any such material and to sublicense to third parties the unrestricted right to exercise any of the foregoing rights granted with respect to the material.