The CEA Critic is the scholarly journal of the College English Association, a national organization for teachers of college English. The CEA Critic publishes scholarly articles that read closely the texts-fiction, poetry, drama, nonfiction, and film-that English professors study and teach. The CEA Critic celebrates the importance of literary criticism from a variety of approaches and the value of reading and teaching familiar and unfamiliar literary works.
The CEA Forum is the online journal of teaching and learning for the College English Association. It publishes articles that address pedagogical theory, classroom practice and opinions about the profession. It is our hope that the journal will reflect the wide and varied interests of the CEA membership. To that end, we welcome pieces that examine the fields of literature, rhetoric/composition, creative writing, theory, and pedagogy from the perspective of praxis; further, we encourage pieces that look at these not necessarily as discrete areas of specialization, but that look at the ways these fields intersect and the practical connections that can be made among them. The CEA Forum is published online twice annually (January and August). Guidelines for submission are available here. Archived issues of the online Forum from 1998-2003 are available here.
Both journals are peer-reviewed and indexed in the MLA International Bibliography.