Persian Literary Studies Journal is a joint publication of Shiraz University and Iran Academy of Literary Criticism. Published every six months, this peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal is designed to comparatively explore and examine literary, artistic and cultural issues, and welcomes contributions with a cross-cultural, trans-national and trans-regional perspective.
In addition to original research papers, PLSJ publishes special issues, book reviews, article reviews, translation reviews and translations, as well as occasional reports. Please see our Peer-Review Process for more information.
Before submitting a paper, please review PLSJ's Aims and Scope and Publication Ethics. Should you have any questions, please have a look at FAQs or write to us in case your question is not already there.