Founded in 1995, The Wenshan* Review of Literature and Culture is a SCOPUS-indexed journal of interdisciplinary and comparative nature with an emphasis on original research into Western and Eastern literatures and cultures. Issued biannually (June and December) both in print and online versions, the journal is based in the Department of English at National Chengchi University (NCCU), Taipei, Taiwan. The main languge medium is English but essays written in Chinese are also published.
Based in different parts of the world, members of the editorial team and international advisory board cover almost all research areas of literary and cultural studies, and include distinguished and chair professors, outstanding and award-winning scholars, and elected Fellows of the British Academy, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Academia Europea, the Royal Society of Canada, and the Linnean Society of London. Research articles and book reviews are welcome and so are proposals for special issues. The journal does not charge APCs or submission fees.
*Wenshan (literally, “literary mountains” in Chinese) refers to the mountainous district of Taipei where NCCU is located.
**Images: 1) "4. 4. 85" by Zao Wou-ki; 2) "The Rain Comes from the Mountains" by Tong Yang-tze; 3) An 18th-century engraving.