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CFP: 20th C. American Poetry (no deadline noted; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, March 13, 2001 - 11:47pm
Kimmelman, Burt

I am editing A Companion to Twentieth-Century American Poetry (for Facts on
File, Inc., a publisher that enjoys very wide distribution in libraries,
colleges and high schools, as well as bookstores). I am soliciting essayists
to contribute to the volume.

The volume will be peer reviewed. Payment for essays will be in
presentational offprints and, too, for the large essays, a copy of the book.
All essays will carry the author's name, and a list of contributors will
appear in the back of the book.

CFP: 21st Century American Novelists (various; collection)

updated: 
Wednesday, November 29, 2000 - 9:31pm
DLB 21st Century

Call for Papers
Dictionary of Literary Biography: 21st Century American Novelists

The editors are pleased to announce the forthcoming publication of a new
volume in the distinguished Dictionary of Literary Biography series. This
volume will focus upon 21st Century American Novelists. We seek
contributors to write bio-bibliographical articles with a critical focus for
this volume. Available essay topics are listed below, along with the
approximate length of each article.

CFP: 19th-Century Contexts (no deadline; journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, November 29, 2000 - 9:30pm
Gerard Greenway

OPEN CALL FOR PAPERS

(for a free sample copy please write
to the address at the end of this post)

    NINETEENTH CENTURY CONTEXTS
    An Interdisciplinary Journal

        

EDITORS
Keith Hanley
Department of English, University of Lancaster
Lancaster LA1 4YT
United Kingdom
Email: k.hanley_at_lancaster.ac.uk

Greg Kucich
Department of English, University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, Indiana 46556-0368
USA
Email: kucich.1_at_nd.edu

http://www.gbhap.com/Nineteenth_Century_Contexts/

REVIEW EDITOR
Johanna M. Smith, University of Texas at Arlington, USA

CFP: Humanities in the South (journal)

updated: 
Friday, October 13, 2000 - 3:02pm
Alan Jackson

Humanities in the South, a nonfiction journal, seeks essays on the
full-range of Humanities. Though the title implies a Southern flavor,
the journal welcomes essays on all disciplines and all cultures. In
recent years, we have published essays on film, art, culture, religion,
philosophy, history, and literature. Humanities in the South is
distributed to nearly 200 writers and scholars, plus over 25 libraries,
including Yale, Harvard, Princeton, UNC, Vanderbilt, and Rice.

Deadlines for the 2001 issues are: December 1 for Spring and May 1 for
Fall. To submit, please send the essay to:

CFP: The Mickle Street Review: Whitman Studies/American Studies (journal)

updated: 
Tuesday, August 8, 2000 - 8:13pm
Lhhtbh_at_aol.com

The Mickle Street Review
Call For Papers

Named for the street in Camden, New Jersey, on which Whitman lived at the end
of his life, The Mickle Street Review is an on-line journal published by the
Rutgers University-Camden English department in cooperation with the Walt
Whitman Program in American Studies at Rutgers University-Camden and the Walt
Whitman House and Visitor Center.

CFP: Experimental Fiction by American Women (no deadline noted; collection)

updated: 
Monday, February 28, 2000 - 5:46pm
Jeffrey DeShell

CALL FOR PAPERS
(Un)Sexing the Text: Experimental Fiction by American Women.
We are putting together a collection of essays on experimental fiction by
American Women, and need an essay on Rikki Ducornet and an essay on Kathy
Acker to complete the volume. A university press has expressed interest in
this project. Please email completed essays and vitae, or letters of
interest to:
jdeshel_at_ibm.com <mailto:jdeshel_at_ibm.com> or
elisasheffield_at_hotmail.com <mailto:elisasheffield_at_hotmail.com>

Jeffrey DeShell
Fulbright Lecturer
American Studies Department
Eötvös Loránd University
Budapest, H-1146
Hungary
+36-1-343-8760

CFP: Cormac McCarthy Journal Online (no deadline; e-journal)

updated: 
Friday, January 28, 2000 - 8:55pm
John Wegner

The Cormac McCarthy Journal Online invites scholarly submissions in current
MLA style on any aspect of Cormac McCarthy's works. Reviews, Notes up to
500 words, and articles up to 5,000 words are welcome.

The Journal is a peer reviewed scholarly journal and a Member of the
Council of Editors of Learned Journals.

Submit cover letter (with email address), three printed copies, and an SASE
for return of ms.

For submissions and inquiries contact

Dr. John Wegner, Editor
Department of English
Angelo State University
P.O. Box 10894, ASU Station
San Angelo, TX 76909

<John.Wegner_at_angelo.edu>
Regards,

CFP: Studies in American Humor (rolling deadline; journal)

updated: 
Monday, January 24, 2000 - 6:58pm
Professor Karen Kilcup

Founded in 1974, Studies in American Humor (ISSN 0095-280X) publishes
essays, review essays, and book reviews on all aspects of American humor.
Submissions of essay manuscripts of between 5000 and 8000 words are
welcome. The journal also invites individuals to send books for review;
books and essays for our feature, “The Year’s Work in American Humor
 Studies”; and primary texts with short analytical essays (such as those
found in the 1999 special issue) for “The Recovery Room.” Contributors
interested in submitting manuscripts should review the 1999 issue or contact
the editor if they have questions.

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