Southeast Asian review of English
SARE: Southeast Asian Review of English is an open access international peer-reviewed journal founded in 1980. SARE's aim is to draw attention to original scholarship in the North and the South on a variety of genres such as literary fiction and non-fiction (including essays, memoirs, reportage, and travel writing), popular fiction, theater, drama, poetry, film and other visual arts as well as popular cultural texts and performances principally from Southeast, South, and East Asia. SARE also invites work that is concerned with diasporic sites of cultural and knowledge production. In particular, SARE seeks to publish: Special issues with a thematic or regional focus; Interviews with writers, activists, artists, critics, or theorists of the region; Book or performance reviews, including reviews of literary or cultural criticism on the region and of novels, short fiction, poetry, plays, essays of non-fiction or creative non-fiction, art/photography, digital and new media works by writers of the region; Creative writing by established, emerging, or previously unpublished writers in the form of poems, prose poems, short stories, self-contained novel excerpts as well as essays of creative non-fiction.