Methodist Review (MR) has an open submission policy: authors are invited to submit the full text of articles on any appropriate subject to be considered for publication in the journal. All articles submitted to the journal are expected to conform to the requirements set forth in the MR Author Guidelines and Submission Instructions. If a manuscript departs from these guidelines and instructions in major ways, it will be returned to the author for correction before it is considered for publication.
Authors may submit only one article at a time for consideration by MR. An article being submitted to MR must not be submitted simultaneously to another journal. Articles that have been published or are to be published elsewhere, in whole or in part, whether in English or in another language, should not be submitted to MR. If any portion of an article has been previously published elsewhere, the author must specify the full extent and details of that previous publication and provide copyright clearance for its publication in MR. For these matters, see the MR Copyright, “Fair Use,” and Permissions Guidelines.
To make a submission to MR you must have the role of "Author" enabled in your User Profile. After you have logged in, click on your username link on the upper right of the journal's home page, then click on "View Profile." When your User Profile opens, ensure that the box beside "Author" is checked, then click on "Save." Then return to the journal home page, scroll to the bottom, click on the "Make a Submission" link, and follow the step-by-step directions.
All material published in Methodist Review is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives License, under which the authors retain copyright ownership and all intellectual property rights to their work; grant the journal right of first publication for the work; and agree that others may share the work with an acknowledgement of the work's authorship and initial publication in this journal but may not make any modification or commercial use of the work without the permission of the author. Authors are also free to enter into separate, additional contractual arrangements for the non-exclusive distribution of the journal's published version of the work (e.g., post it to an institutional repository or publish it in a book), in whole or in part, on the condition that its initial publication in this journal is clearly acknowledged.