Established in 1973, for the past twenty years Literature Film Quarterly has focused upon problems of adapting and transforming fiction and drama into film. It has also covered film genre, theory, and criticism and has featured interviews with screenwriters (such as Daniel Taradash, Horton Foote, and Joan Tewkesbury) and directors (such as Robert Altman, Robert Wise, Alain Robbe-Grillet, Louis Malle, and others). It circulates coast-to-coast in the United States and Canada and has nearly 200 subscribers in nearly thirty foreign countries beyond North America.
SCARAB is a literary magazine compiled and edited by students. Contact one of the advisers listed below for more information: