Chiricú Journal announces a deadline extension for submissions for our upcoming issue on Latinx literature and politics. Submissions by December 15 to chiricu.indiana.edu For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Chiricú Journal is a new, cutting-edge, peer-reviewed journal in Latinx studies launched by the Indiana University Press in Fall 2016. Dedicated to expanding the diversity of approaches to critical engagement with the field, the journal’s unique hybrid format showcases traditional forms of scholarship alongside unconventional methods such as creative fiction and non-fiction, interview, memoir, and photography and the plastic arts. Currently in its second year of production, the journal has already been selected to be part of the Project Muse Premium Collection. Past issues have featured work by prominent Latinx studies scholars and artists such as Edmundo Desnoes, Gabriel Meléndez, Alex Rivera, Ilan Stavans, Héctor Tobar, John Valadez, and Ana Celia Zentella. Learn more about the journal at chiricu.indiana.edu.