The Modernist Review is a monthly round-up of publications, conferences and events from across the diverse field of modernist studies. Every month, they publish 4–5 articles from early career researchers and postgraduate students. These articles consist of interviews, conference and book reviews, condensed research and more. You can explore their contact area to download the rolling Call for Papers, and access their in-house style guide. Each issue also comes with a short editorial written by the editors.
As modernist studies becomes a larger, more diverse, and more interdisciplinary field, it is more important than ever that new researchers have an accessible, public space to present their research and individual perspectives in a less formal, faster-paced setting than traditional journals. The Modernist Review hopes to foster a sense of connectedness and engagement between academics working at disparate institutions and provide an overview of key developments drawn from a busy research environment.