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UPDATE: _Feminist Teacher_ (journal)

updated: 
Friday, October 8, 1999 - 6:05pm
Gail Cohee

Both editors of the journal _Feminist Teacher_ have moved, so while the
call for papers is still accurate in content, the address has changed.
Questions and/or manuscripts should be sent to:

Feminist Teacher
Dept. of English
405 Hibbard Hall, PO Box 4004
University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire
Eau Claire, WI 54702-4004
queries may also be sent to:
feminist-teacher_at_uwec.edu

Thank you.

Gail Cohee, Co-editor

UPDATE: Women Writers (no deadline; e-zine)

updated: 
Saturday, August 21, 1999 - 4:13pm
Kim Wells

"Women Writers: A Zine" has moved, so anyone interested in information,
applications
for staff or occasional writer positions, or any other general Zine type
info,
should check the new site URL:
http://www.womenwriters.net
Please be sure to check out the page that describes the difference between a
"staff" and "occasional" writer, and see sample "bios"
before sending your information. The direct URL for that page is:
http://www.womenwriters.net/contribute.htm
Finally, we are now accepting original poetry (minimum of 5 poems must be
submitted) and

UPDATE: American Victorian Women Writers (Web Page and E-journal)

updated: 
Tuesday, February 23, 1999 - 3:41am
Kim & Andrew Wells

Announcing an updated call for papers to the Award Winning Website
E-Journal:
"Domestic Goddesses: AKA Scribbling Women." The URL for the site is
http://lonestar.texas.net/~kwells/dg1.htm check it out before you submit.
(Or even if you don't submit-- constructive comments welcome!)

I am looking for papers, from 3-40 pages, discussing any aspect of the
literature and/or lives of:

Louisa May Alcott, Kate Chopin, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Willa Cather,
Sarah Orne Jewett, Edith Wharton, Charlotte Perkins Gilman and, soon to be
added: Susan Warner.
Particularly useful are guides to research (see the Gilman guide for
examples)

CFP: Men and Masculinities (journal)

updated: 
Tuesday, August 25, 1998 - 2:01am
Lahoucine Ouzgane

_Men & Masculinities_ is a new journal committed to publishing high-quality,
interdisciplinary research in the emerging field of men and masculinities
studies. _Men and Masculinities_ will be published quarterly from July 1998
(ISSN: 1097-184X).

CFP: Victorian Women Writers (Web Page)

updated: 
Wednesday, June 10, 1998 - 5:42pm
Kim & Andrew Wells

With the Internet growing to include more than just chat and xxx sites,
there's plenty of room for even academia! There seems to be a growth of
literature and literary criticism websites that cater to academics,
undergraduates, and interested readers alike, so let's jump on the
bandwagon! I am interested in papers from grad students as well as
professional scholars.

A PhD student, (me) who will be at Texas A & M soon, is creating a
webpage called "Domestic Goddesses: AKA Scribbling Women." The URL for
the site is http://lonestar.texas.net/~kwells/dg1.htm check it out
before you submit.

CFP: Journal of Gay, Lesbian, & Bisexual Identity

updated: 
Saturday, June 6, 1998 - 4:23am
Warren J. Blumenfeld

   JOURNAL OF GAY, LESBIAN, AND BISEXUAL IDENTITY

The JOURNAL OF GAY, LESBIAN, AND BISEXUAL IDENTITY
is a progressive, international, interdisciplinary forum dedicated to the
exchange of new knowledge and ideas about every major aspect of
lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender life. It features original
peer-reviewed articles, "round-table" discussions, interviews, high quality
research papers, personal essays, reviews, and poetry that address all
aspects of LGBT culture, history, theory, politics, community, and identity.

CFP: Domestic Women Writers (Web Site)

updated: 
Friday, May 15, 1998 - 11:48pm
Kim & Andrew Wells

The Internet is fast becoming an important source for literary criticism =
of all kinds. Kim Wells, an Ph.D. student at Texas A&M University, is =
currently developing a webpage titled "Domestic Goddesses: AKA =
Scribbling Women" The page will begin by featuring Louisa May Alcott, =
Kate Chopin, Willa Cather, Sarah Orne Jewett, Harriet Beecher Stowe and =
Edith Wharton. I eventually hope to expand the scope to include authors =
Laura Ingalls Wilder, Dorothy Wordsworth, and other women writers of =
domestic fiction as well, so if you have papers on any of these =
underrepresented authors that you would like to see published on the =
Internet, you may also send them.

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