The Digital Literature Review is an academic journal edited, produced, and published by undergraduate students partnered with the English Department at Ball State University. Our goal is to showcase the valuable contributions of hardworking, creative students from all over the world.
This website is also home to the DLR Blog. Each semester the students of the Digital Literature Review contribute blog posts related to the topic of the journal, ranging from film analyses, interviews, creative writing, and more.
The Digital Literature Review is looking for submissions for our fifth issue, titled “Imagining the Post-Apocalypse.” Submissions should focus on topics such as depictions of human society after a massive natural disaster or environmental collapse, or in the wake of plagues, technological breakdowns, nuclear war, or depictions of human life after an alien invasion, zombie apocalypse, or other imagined monstrous threat. We welcome original, engaging, scholarly submissions that explore and examine literary and filmic representations of societal collapse and post-apocalyptic situations.
If you are a Ball State student and are looking for an immersive learning experience, e-mail email@example.com to get involved.