Philip Roth Studies, a new, peer-reviewed journal published by Heldref Publications in cooperation with the Philip Roth Society, welcomes all writing pertaining entirely or in part to Philip Roth, his fiction, and his literary and cultural significance. Upcoming articles include "Trials and Errors at the Turn of the Millennium: On The Human Stain and J. M. Coetzee's Disgrace," "Philip Roth's 'Defender of the Faith': A Modern Midrash," "Dream or a Nightmare?: Contrasting the Depictions of Post-Civil Rights America in Philip Roth's American Pastoral and Toni Morrison's Paradise," and "The Story of the Self: Philip Roth's Progression toward The Counterlife."
Call for Papers--Essays Wanted for a Book on the Child Archetype
in America--Editors for a proposed collection of essays are
seeking works that are Jungian, Post-Jungian, or Archetypal in
orientation. The purpose and focus of the essays should be to ascertain
and describe the manifestations and underlying dynamics of the
constellation of energies and perspectives that are manifested in the
"Archetypes of the Child and/or the Puer/Puella Aeternus" that, it might
be argued, is currently informing the collective consciousness of the
United States. Topics for possible articulation may include, but are
not limited to, the media, politics, popular culture, education,
I am editing a two-volume work entitled <u>A Feminist Encyclopedia of African
American Literature</u>, under contract with Greenwood Press, and need
to reassign several entries. I am looking for scholars who can write
jargon-free, feminist-focused short pieces.
<p>Contributors must be able to meet the October 31, 2004 deadline.
<p>Please reply via e-mail ASAP if you are interested in taking on one
or more of the following entries. Include your mailing address, as
Greenwood will issue contracts, and each contributor will receive, as compensation,
a copy of the work upon completion.
EDINBURGH STUDIES IN TRANSATLANTIC LITERATURES
Series Editors: Susan Manning & Andrew Taylor, University of Edinburgh
Call for Papers
LEON EDEL PRIZE
The Leon Edel Prize is awarded annually for the best essay on Henry
James by a beginning
scholar. The prize carries with it an award of $150, and the
prize-winning essay will be
published in HJR.
The competition is open to applicants who have not held a full-time
for more than four years. Independent scholars and graduate students
are encouraged to
Essays should be 20-30 pages (including notes), original, and not under
elsewhere or previously published.
Send submissions (in duplicate, produced according to current MLA
style, and with return
postage enclosed) to:
Xchanges â€" http://www.xchanges.org
From: Joy Burnett, Editor (burnett_at_wayne.edu)
Date: 24 September 04
***Call for Papers***
Issue 4.2 â€" American Memory
Submission Deadline: Friday, November 26, 2004
The next issue of Xchanges, an e-journal encouraging
exchange between all areas of the humanities, will appear in
February 2005. The editors invite submissions of scholarly
articles (up to 4000 words) on any theme relating
to "American Memory." We encourage scholars from all
humanities-related fields to submit work. Scholars from
certain branches of the social sciences may also find the
journal well-suited to their interests.
CFP: Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Journal (rolling deadline)
The journal invites submissions of articles, reviews, short
ficiton, creative non-fiction, and poetry whose focus, locale, or
subject is Florida.
CFP: The Rawlings Journal of Florida Literature
(deadline: 12/1/04 for vol. XIV 2005)
The journal invites submissions of articles, reviews, shor
fiction, creative non-fiction, and poetry whose focus, locale, or
subject is Florida.
Manuscripts should be submitted on disk and paper using MLA style. All
submissions should include a self-addressed, stamped envelope.
Submissions sent to Jill C. Jones, Dept. of English, 1000 Holt Ave. Box
2666, Winter Park, FL 32789.
New Texas: A Journal of Literature and The Arts
Call For Papers.
New Texas: A Journal of Literature and The Arts is a print journal that, in
addition to poetry and fiction, publishes creative non-fiction as well as
critical and cultural essays on the subject of Texas. The journal seeks
submissions that reflect the broad, eclectic entity that is modern Texas.
Creative non-fiction pieces on any aspect of Texas are welcome, as are
critical and cultural essays that tackle any aspect of Lone Star culture.
Papers of 16-25 pages might address (but are not limited to) literature,
music, history, society, interviews with those prominent in Texas culture
Call for Submissions for the 2005 issue of the NORTH CAROLINA LITERARY =
We still have plenty of room in our 2005 issue special feature section =
Writers and Literature of the Outer Banks.
Send a proposal for an article or interview IMMEDIATELY (and no later =
than October 15) to the editor (you can also send a relevant =
dissertation chapter or conference paper that might be revised into an =
Margaret Bauer, Editor (bauerm_at_mail.ecu.edu)
NORTH CAROLINA LITERARY REVIEW
Department of English
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC 27858-4353