Preparation and Submission of Manuscripts
Submit manuscripts and works of art to Glen Taul, Senior Editor, Montgomery Library, Box 813, Campbellsville University, Campbellsville, Kentucky.
Submit one printed copy and one electronic copy in Microsoft Word software as an e-mail attachment of all material related to each article or work of art. Copies of works of art should be submitted rather than the original, which may be requested at a later date, if accepted.
Authors and artists are responsible in obtaining written permission from holders of copyrighted material used in their articles and works of art. A copy of the written permissions must be submitted to the Senior Editor. Authors hold the Senior Editor and Campbellsville University blameless against copyright claims.
Paper manuscripts must be typed and double-spaced (including notes, quotations, song texts, bibliography, etc.) on 8 ½ x 11-inch paper, one side only.
To maintain anonymity in the review process, authors should avoid using headers or footers that identify them.
The preferred method of citation is endnotes. Any style for endnotes may be used.
All tables, figures, maps, black-and-white photographs, musical examples, and other illustrative material should have captions and be presented in their final form.
In principle, manuscripts submitted to The Campbellsville Review should not have been published previously nor should they be under simultaneous review or scheduled for publication elsewhere. Other versions of the article may be submitted. Permission for reproduction of such material must be submitted with the manuscript.
Manuscripts must be in English with appropriate use of foreign languages as needed and observe United States conventions of English usage, spelling, and punctuation.
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