About The Eighteenth-Century Novel

Edited by Albert J. Rivero and George Justice

Book Review Editor: Kit Kincade

The Eighteenth-Century Novel is a peer-reviewed annual publication dedicated to publishing scholarship on prose narratives produced around the world during the early modern period, roughly 1660-1830.

The Eighteenth-Century Novel was first published in 2001 by AMS Press, Inc. Beginning in 2018, the journal has moved to ACMRS.
ISSN 1528-3631

“[E]dited with great dedication by Albert Rivero.… [It] contains outstanding essays.… Some of the best essays explore historical aspects of the texts to throw new light on their fictional economies.”
Kate Williams, Modern Language Review, on volume 2
“Each of the essays is fully documented and vigilantly argued. The editors of the volume have produced an appropriately scholarly collection, but have been careful not to edit out the individual voices of the contributors. The Eighteenth-Century Novel … is thoughtful, engaging, and challenging. It is also a pleasure to read … and an encouraging sign of the state of eighteenth-century scholarship.”
Christopher Johnson, ECCB, on volume 5

For information concerning submissions, click here; for subscriptions, click here.

Click to see contents of individual volumes:
Volume 1 (2001) | Volume 2 (2002) | Volume 3 (2003) | Volume 4 (2005) | Volume 5 (2006) | Volume 6-7 (2009) | Volume 8 (2011) | Volume 9 (2012)