XAVIER REVIEW PRESS

Xavier Review Press publishes scholarly and creative works in the arts and humanities. It has special interests in the American South, New Orleans, the Gulf and Caribbean sphere, African American culture, ethnography, and religion. The non-profit press, active since 1988, publishes one to two books a year, as well as Xavier Review.


New from Xavier Review Press


TROUBLING ACCENTS
Poetry by R. Flowers Rivera

 

TROUBLING ACCENTS

 

To read more about the books that we have published, click here.

XAVIER REVIEW

V1N1&2V31N1Xavier Review, a humanities journal, is the oldest American literary journal based at a historically Black university.  (Note: While Xavier is also a Catholic university, the journal is not a “religious” publication. Works based on religious themes, of course, are welcome.)  It was founded in 1980 and is published twice a year. To get an idea of what we have published, view the table of contents of individual issues by year or by volume. To view an index of writers whose works have appeared (or were discussed) in Xavier Review, click here.

Xavier Review prides itself on the interviews it has published over the years. In addition, it is pleased to note that it has paid special attention to two Louisiana writers whose work continues to attract growing interest:

 

Andre Dubus
Andre Dubus
Everette Maddox
Everette Maddox

 


PURCHASES

To purchase XRP books and XR issues/subscriptions, contact:

Katheryn Laborde
Managing Editor
Xavier Review Press, Xavier University
1 Drexel Drive Box - 89
New Orleans, LA 70125

klaborde@xula.edu

 

Books are also available from AMAZON.com

SUBMISSIONS

Send letters of inquiry re: book length manuscripts to Send journal submissions to
Nicole Pepinster Greene
Executive Editor
Xavier Review Press, Xavier University
1 Drexel Drive Box - 89
New Orleans, LA 70125
ngreene@xula.edu
Ralph Adamo
Editor
Xavier Review, Xavier University
1 Drexel Drive Box - 89
New Orleans, LA 70125
radamo@xula.edu