The Luso-Brazilian Review is another journal I do not read consistently enough. Look how nice it is:
“Luso-Brazilian Review publishes interdisciplinary scholarship on Portuguese, Brazilian, and Lusophone African cultures, with special emphasis on scholarly works in literature, history, and the social sciences. Published bi-annually, each issue of the Luso-Brazilian Review includes articles and book reviews, which may be written in either English or Portuguese.
“Occasional issues are devoted to a special topic, with recent examples including: The Politics of Culture in Brazil’s Twentieth-Century Historiography (36.2); State, Society, and Political Culture in Nineteenth-Century Brazil (37.2); 500 Years of Brazil: Global and Cultural Perspectives (38.2); Portuguese Cultural Studies (39.2); António Vieira and the Luso-Brazilian Baroque (40:1); and, Luso-Brazilian Studies in the New Millennium (40:2).”