Dear ESSE Members,
We, the general editors of the European Journal of English Studies are delighted that Taylor & Francis is now offering a reduced individual subscription rate to members of the ESSE community. We hope that this will make the Journal more accessible and will enable you to experience EJES as reflecting on your plurality of teaching and research interests in critical theory, literary, linguistic, cultural, media, gender, and sexuality studies.
The new subscription service for ESSE members will accompany two other major changes to the Journal. First, as of 2022, potential contributors will be able to submit their work online and to do so directly through the publisher, making the submission and review process more transparent and less cumbersome. Second, starting next year, EJES will move from having three special topic issues per year to having one open-topic issue, as the third and final issue of each year. This change will allow more ESSE members to submit their work to the Journal in the future, as individual essays will not have to cohere to the topics of the themed issues.
We look forward to these changes and to working with you all in the future,
Greta Olson, Isabel Carrera Suárez, and Katerina Kitsi-Mitakou