Coyote Papers is LingCircle's ongoing publication series. Coyote Papers began in 1980, when we published Shigeru Miyagawa's dissertation "Complex verbs and the lexicon" as our first volume. Since then, Coyote Papers has served as a linguistics working papers journal and as the proceedings for several conferences, including our own Arizona Linguistics Circle. Additionally, from 1988 to 1999 we published a separate series of conference proceedings for the Arizona Phonology Conference, the Southwest Workshop on Optimality Theory, and the West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics. You can find out more about and access our publications on the Coyote Papers and Conference Proceedings pages of this website.
In Fall 2019, Coyote Papers re-launched under a new format. Coyote Papers now focusses on providing peer-reviewed conference proceedings in a squib-like format. Our proceedings have a page-limit of 8 pages and are single-blind peer reviewed. Coyote Papers is entirely run by volunteers and publishes its volumes under a creative-commons license.
The first volume in this new format will be Coyote Papers Volume 22, which is projected to be published by the end of May.
The current Coyote Papers team are:
Editor in Chief:
Remo Nitschke
Editorial Team:
Gabriela De La Cruz Sanchez (Editor and Author Communications)
Damian Yukio Romero Diaz (Editor and Digital Archivist)
John Powell (Editor and Reviewer Communications)