The FRENCH REVIEW is the official journal of the American Association of Teachers of French (AATF) and has the largest circulation of any scholarly journal of French and Francophone studies in the world.
As of Vol. 87 (2013-14), the French Review is published four times a year (October, December, March, and May). We publish articles and reviews (in English and French) on French and Francophone literature, cinema, culture, linguistics, and pedagogy.
In May, a special issue is devoted to such topics as Martinique and Guadeloupe, Québec, Francophone cinema, Belgium, Francophonie in the United States, France-Algeria, Pedagogy, Professional Issues, etc.
The October issue includes annual reviews: William Cloonan (le roman), Aaron Prevots (l’année poétique), Edward Baron Turk (le festival d’Avignon), Stéphane Spoiden (le bloc-notes culturel).
Submitted articles should be addressed by email attachment (see Guide for Authors) to the Editor in Chief:
Edward Ousselin (email@example.com).
For reviews of books, films, or teaching materials, reviewers should contact the appropriate Review Editor before writing a review (see Editors).