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The Mark Twain Annual

Ben Click, Editor


The Mark Twain Annual

Ben Click, Editor

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  • Indexing

The Mark Twain Annual publishes articles related to Mark Twain and those who surrounded him and serves as an outlet for new scholarship as well as new pedagogical approaches. It is the official publication of the Mark Twain Circle of America, an international association of people interested in the life and work of Mark Twain.

The Mark Twain Circle is an international association of people interested in the life and work of Mark Twain. The Circle was formed in 1986 at the Modern Language Association convention in New York. Although many members are academic specialists, the Circle also includes many non-academic Twain enthusiasts. The Circle sponsors sessions at MLA, ALA, and other regional organizations.

Ben Click, St. Mary's College of Maryland

Managing Editor
James S. Leonard, The Citadel

Associate Editor
Joseph Csicsila, Eastern Michigan University

Book Review Editor
Nathaniel Williams, University of California, Davis

Editorial Board
John Bird, Winthrop University
James E. Caron, University of Hawai’i
Jocelyn A. Chadwick, Harvard University
Kerry Driscoll, University of California, Berkeley
Lawrence Howe, Roosevelt University
Sharon D. McCoy, University of Georgia
Linda A. Morris, University of California, Davis
Chad Rohman, Dominican University
Ann Ryan, Le Moyne College
Matt Seybold, Elmira College
David E. E. Sloane, University of New Haven
Laura Skandera Trombley, Southwestern University
Henry B. Wonham, University of Oregon
Tracy Wuster, University of Texas at Austin

Past Editors
John Bird, Winthrop University
Chad Rohman, Dominican University
Ann Ryan, Le Moyne College

The Mark Twain Annual publishes critical articles about Mark Twain, his writing, and the literary and cultural legacy of his work. Biographical and historical articles will generally not be considered, unless such articles have a clear pedagogical focus. Critical articles may be 5,000–8,000 words long. In addition, the Annual also accepts pedagogical articles, which are generally shorter, 2,000–5,000 words long. Book reviews may be 1,000–1,400 words long and are assigned by the editor.

To submit a manuscript to the editorial office, please visit and create an author profile. The online system will guide you through the steps to upload your article for submission to the editorial office.

Please review the complete submission guidelines prior to submitting a manuscript.

Institutional Print & Online - $218.00

Institutional Print or Online - $156.00

Institutional Single Issue - $163.00

Individual Print & Online - $81.00

Individual Print or Online - $57.00

Individual Single Issue - $62.00

Outside US add Shipping & Handling - $12.00

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European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences (ERIH PLUS)
MLA International Bibliography

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