The ASAP fosters a conversation about the arts of the present at its conventions and symposia, and it makes that conversation legible to readers of:

  • the peer-reviewed ASAP/Journal, which is published in print by Johns Hopkins University Press; and
  • the open-access ASAP/J , which publishes short essays and reviews on the internet.

Membership in the ASAP includes a subscription to the ASAP/Journal, and members are encouraged to submit their work for editorial consideration.