Studies in American Fiction is a journal of articles and reviews on the prose fiction of the United States, in its full historical range from the colonial period to the present. Founded by Professor James E. Nagel, SAF was published continuously by Northeastern University's English Department each May and December, from Spring 1973 until Fall 2008. SAF features influential essays on emergent writers and canons, as well as American literary classics.

After a hiatus in 2009, SAF is now published by The Johns Hopkins University Press.

ISSN: 0091-8083

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Studies in American Fiction: Volume 34 Number 2 (Autumn 2006)

Studies in American Fiction: Volume 35 Number 1 (Spring 2007)

Studies in American Fiction: Volume 35 Number 2 (Autumn 2007)

Studies in American Fiction: Volume 36 Number 1 (Spring 2008)