What is the main reason you would recommend that other graduate students submit manuscripts to SPR?
“I really think all graduate students should have the experience of publishing in a supportive journal like SPR before going out into the world.” – Larissa Goulart, Northern Arizona University
“It is a great opportunity to publish, gain confidence and learn how an academic journal works.” – Ignacio D. Arellano Torres, The University of Louisiana at Monroe
What stood out to you about working with SPR?
“The patience of editors, and how respectful they were…I believe it is a great initiative.” – Juan Miranda, University of California, Davis
“It was smooth, easy and informative…It is an excellent learning experience for any graduate student who is publishing for the first time.” – Angelica Amezcua, Arizona State University
“I found the feedback from reviewers and editors helpful for developing my writing and argument, and I was glad the process went so smoothly…The process was easy, collaborative, and helpful.” – Allison Braden, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
“The editorial comments were helpful in crafting a better paper.” – Sean Hill, Central Michigan University, Grand Valley State University
Dear Spanish and Portuguese Review Published Authors,
Thank you for providing us the opportunity to read your manuscript, work with you during the rigorous revising process, and proudly publish your piece in our annual graduate student journal.
If you have previously published with SPR, we would love to hear your feedback on what your experience was like working with our editing and peer reviewing team at SPR.
Would you please take 10 minutes to fill out this questionnaire and share your thoughts with us? Please think about your experience from the time of initial contact, through the editing phase, to publishing.
We would like to be able to share your review of SPR and our processes with future graduate students as they embark on the journey of academic publishing. Your testimonials may be shared in marketing collateral online, on social media, our website, and in emails. You may choose to have your testimonials shared anonymously.
Thank you for taking the time. Your dedication to quality research and journalism, and contributing to the scholarship of Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian languages and cultures is the reason we are here for you and our graduate student community.
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