About the Journal
The Cormac McCarthy Journal is a peer-reviewed journal focusing on the works and influence of Cormac McCarthy. The journal publishes articles, notes, and reviews related to Cormac McCarthy's novels, dramas, and screenplays, the film adaptations of his work, and other appropriate scholarly materials.
CMJ is affiliated with The Cormac McCarthy Society, which was founded in 1995 by Rick Wallach. The Society hosts regular conferences both in the United States and abroad as well as panels at the annual American Literature Association conference, publishes the journal biannually, and sends out newsletters with information about publications, events, and other materials of interest. The Society’s stated purpose is “to further the scholarship and general appreciation of Cormac McCarthy’s writing and to facilitate the gathering of scholars and enthusiastic lay readers alike who share a common interest in Cormac McCarthy and his work.”