Juan de la Cuesta - Hispanic Monographs
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Author's Resource Page

Check here for manuscript and submission guidelines if you are an author already under contract. If you are a prospective author, check here for query guidelines.

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Celebrating 400 years of Cervantes's Persiles
(1617-2017)

Cervantes considered this fantastical work to be his crowning achievement. First published posthumously in 1617, it is now available as a student edition from Cervantes & Co.

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Also available:
E.C. Riley's "Cervantes' Theory of the Novel"

John Jay Allen's "Don Quixote: Hero or Fool?"

Tom Lathrop's Spanish edition for students of "Don Quijote"

Download the Jack Davis Don Quijote poster!

 
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The Modern Namesake of Juan de la Cuesta

Named after the original printer of Don Quijote in Spain, "Juan de la Cuesta - Hispanic Monographs" is located in beautiful Newark, Delaware. (Newark Reservoir pictured above).

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Author Resources
Guidelines for Proposal and Manuscript Submissions

 

Submitting a Query and Proposal*

 

[*Please Note: We are not accepting new manuscripts until July, 2017.]

Juan de la Cuesta—Hispanic Monographs is in its fourth decade of producing fine monographs dealing in Spanish and Latin American literature and culture, from the Medieval to the Modern. We have earned a well-respected reputation in these fields; our publications appear in the bibliographies of many important works. As we continue this tradition of publishing high quality manuscripts, we would like to consider yours. Please familiarize yourself with our list before submitting. We do not accept unrevised dissertations, poetry, or original fiction.

 

Send a brief e-mail query (proposals at Juan de la Cuesta dot com) before sending a full proposal. If your work is potentially a good fit for our list, editors will request a full proposal, and then a full manuscript if appropriate. You may use this form (PDF Manuscript Proposal Form) if you are interested in suggesting a manuscript.

 

The following information will be required if you are asked to submit a full proposal:

• an abstract or a description of your manuscript (1–2 pages)
• length of the manuscript in words, including notes and bibliography
• number and type of illustrations, if any (b/w preferred, maps, tables, etc.)
• date by which the manuscript will be complete
• the table of contents
• introduction or a sample chapter
• a curriculum vitae or résumé

• completed Manuscript Proposal Form


 

Guidelines for Authors under Contract

 

Once your manuscript has been accepted, finalized with your manuscript editor, and corrected according to suggestions, submit your final manuscript by email to:

 

Dr. Michael McGrath: mmcgrath at georgia southern dot edu.

or on disk to:

Dr. Michael J. McGrath, Managing Editor
Juan de la Cuesta—Hispanic Monographs
Department of Foreign Languages/Box 8081
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA 30460

USA

 

Your final manuscript must comply with the guidelines in the following documents in order to be accepted for publication:

 

Cuesta Manuscript Checklist

Cuesta Manuscript/Style Guide

 

Please let us know as soon as possible if the guidelines present any problems so we can find a solution.

 

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