About the Journal

Cultural Logic, which has been on-line since 1997, is an open access, non-profit, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal that publishes essays, interviews, poetry, reviews (books, films, other media), etc. by writers working within the Marxist tradition. The editors will also print responses to work published in earlier issues. From its inception in 1997 until 2017, Cultural Logic was hosted by the eserver.org. In 2018, the journal moved to the Open Journal Systems platform developed by the Public Knowledge Project and is hosted by the University of British Columbia Library. The Editors thank the UBC Library for providing access to server space, the OJS software as well as technical support.

Cultural Logic is a no-fee open access journal, free to read and there are no article processing charges. The journal is produced and operated by donated labour. 

Author Guidelines
Manuscripts submitted for consideration should adhere one of the commonly accepted scholarly formats (e.g., APA, MLA, Chicago  (Author/Date or Humanities). Editors recommend Purdue OWL as an accessible online reference on manuscript preparation using any of these styles. 

Peer Review
Manuscripts submitted to Cultural Logic are double-blind peer reviewed (with the exception of commentaries, poetry, and reviews). The journal adheres to the Committee for Publication Ethics (COPE) Ethical Guidelines for Peer Review and Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing.

Author Fees
There are no author fees or article processing charges. Cultural Logic is a no-fee open access journal that is free to read.

Frequency of Publication
Cultural Logic is published once annually.

Texts appearing in Cultural Logic are indexed in MLA Bibliography, EBSCO Databases, MLA International Directory of Periodicals, International Progressive Publications Network (ippn). Cultural Logic is archived by universities participating in the LOCKSS project initiated by Stanford University.

Direct correspondence to E. Wayne Ross, Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy, University of British Columbia, 2125 Main Mall, Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z4, Canada. Email: wayne.ross|at|ubc.ca

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.