Information for Authors
The Anglican Theological Review is committed to creative engagement with Christian tradition, and to interdisciplinary inquiry that includes philosophy, science, and literature and the arts. We are happy to consider articles that pertain to any of the classical disciplines of theological study, and particularly encourage authors to submit work that speaks to current issues and debates.
On this page you will find instructions for submitting and formatting an article or poem and special guidelines for book reviews. Download our Complete Information for Authors PDF for article style sheets.
Submitting Articles | Submitting
Style Sheet (PDF)
Manuscripts should be submitted by email attachment in a .doc or .docx format to Corey Stewart Hassman at: ATRsubmissions@gmail.com
Submissions should be accompanied by:
1. a precis between 100 and 150 words in length,
2. a brief biographical statement,
3. a current curriculum vitae, and
4. five to seven keywords pertaining to the subject of the article.
Manuscripts for the “Articles” section should be between 7,000 and 8,000 words in length (including footnotes). Manuscripts for the “Practicing Theology” section should be between 3,000 and 4,000 words in length (including footnotes).
Electronic submissions of poetry, as well as queries, should be sent to Sofia Starnes at email@example.com. Hard copy submissions should be mailed to:
Sofia M. Starnes
Poetry Editor, Anglican Theological Review
4951 Burnley Drive
Williamsburg, VA 23188
Please include a brief biographical statement, as well as an email address for correspondence. If you would like your manuscript returned, please provide an SASE. Poets whose work is accepted for publication will be requested to submit an electronic version of their poem(s). We do not accept simultaneous submissions or previously published poems, and will make every attempt to respond to your submission within 4–6 weeks.