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CFP: Ethnic North Carolina (8/15/03; journal issue)

updated: 
Tuesday, June 17, 2003 - 2:19pm
Bauer, Margaret D

Call for Submissions for the 2004 issue

of the NORTH CAROLINA LITERARY REVIEW

The North Carolina Literary Review is an annual periodical that publishes
articles or essays about North Carolina literature, history, and culture. A
portion of each issue is open for developing proposals we find of particular
interest. Of these, interviews, solid historical explorations, current
cultural/literary analyses, or literary essays are of special interest to
our publication. NCLR also welcomes submissions of high-quality fiction and
poetry by NC writers.

NCLR's 2004 issue special feature topic has been changed! The new topic is
Ethnic North Carolina

UPDATE: Supernatural Shakespeare (9/1/03; K'zoo, 5/6/04-5/9/04 & journal issue)

updated: 
Tuesday, June 17, 2003 - 2:17pm
Brad Greenburg

This is an addendum to the call for papers sent out a few weeks ago
(see below).

The proposed theme for volume 17 (2007) of the Shakespeare Yearbook
will be Shakespeare and the Supernatural. The issue will be co-edited
by Douglas A. Brooks, General Editor of the journal, and Jesse M.
Lander, Notre Dame. All papers and abstracts/proposals for papers
submitted for the Kalamazoo session (see below) will be forwarded to
the journal for consideration. The Shakespeare Yearbook is a broadly
based, peer-reviewed international annual of scholarship relating to
Shakespeare, his time, and his impact on later periods.

CFP: Internationalism and African American Poetry (9/15/03; journal issue)

updated: 
Tuesday, June 17, 2003 - 2:17pm
Lmramey_at_aol.com

I'm guest editing a special issue of a scholarly journal whose focus will
be internationalism and African American poetry during the period from the
early Sixties to the late Seventies. There will be a special feature in
this issue on the London-based Heritage series, which published chapbooks
(1962-1974) by Robert Hayden, Frank Horne, Arna Bontemps, Conrad Kent
Rivers, Russell Atkins, Lloyd Addison, Audre Lorde, Dudley Randall,
Ishmael Reed, James W. Thompson, Owen Dodson, Harold Carrington = Ray
Bremser, Clarence Major, Mukhtarr Mustapha, Ray Durem, Sebastian Clarke,
Eseoghene (Lindsay Barrett), Frank John, Waring Cuney, Dolores Kendrick,

CFP: Paul/Jane Bowles (6/30/03; newsletter issue)

updated: 
Tuesday, June 17, 2003 - 2:17pm
DavidRckr_at_aol.com

Editors of BOWLES NOTES invite studies and commentaries written in English on
the works of Jane and/or Paul Bowles for inclusion in up-coming issues of
this newsletter. Articles focused on bringing Jane and/or Paul Bowles to the
university classroom are especially welcome. Submissions should be typewritten and
documented in standard MLA style. Send essays (500 to 2,000 words in length)
to BOWLES NOTES, Post Office BOX 57073, Albuquerque, NM 87187-7073 by June 30,
2003. Please include 3 copies of materials to be considered. Materials will
not be returned unless an envelope with prepaid postage accompanies the
submission. Inquiries may be sent in writing to the address listed above or by email

CFP: The Sacred and Profane in Early Modern Literature (9/15/03; collection)

updated: 
Friday, June 6, 2003 - 12:18am
Mary A. Papazian

CALL FOR PAPERS

Announcement of a Call for Papers to Appear in a New Collection

Negotiating the Sacred and Profane in Early Modern Literature

Essays are now being accepted for a new publication of essays, presently
entitled Negotiating the Sacred and Profane in Early Modern Literature.
These essays should consider the relationship between the sacred and
profane in the poetry, prose, and/or dramatic literature of the early
modern period. Essays might focus on a specific work or consider
broader issues and their relationship to one or more early modern
writers.

Please send a one-page abstract, in hardcopy or by e-mail, to Dr. Mary
A. Papazian by September 15, 2003.

CFP: SOAS Literary Review: Literatures of Africa, Asia, and Middle East (grad) (ongoing; e-journal)

updated: 
Friday, June 6, 2003 - 12:15am
SOAS Literary Review

SOAS Literary Review

Ongoing Call for Papers

SOAS Literary Review (http://www.soas.ac.uk/soaslit/home.html) is an online
journal of postgraduate research. It seeks to provide an international forum
for research students working on the literatures of Africa, Asia, and the
Middle East. We welcome contributions on all aspects of postgraduate
literary research including articles, translations, fieldwork commentaries,
and book and media reviews. We hope to stimulate dialogue between research
students and scholars and forge links across institutions.

CFP: The Dark Man: Journal of Robert E. Howard Studies (journal)

updated: 
Friday, June 6, 2003 - 12:15am
Mark Hall

THE DARK MAN is an annual scholarly journal devoted to study, discussion,
and criticism of the literary work of Robert Ervin Howard (1906-1936). As a
working premise for the journal, we believe that the breadth, depth, and
significance of Howard's considerable literary achievement and his literary
influences -- both during and since his brief life -- are worthy of serious
attention and richly deserve a scholarly forum. The journal's purpose is to
provide that forum for Howardian and related studies. Arrangements have been
made for the journal to be indexed in the Modern Humanities Research
Association and Modern Language Association's bibliographic indexes.

CFP: J.R.R. Tolkien (3/1/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, June 6, 2003 - 12:09am
Geoff Stacks

Call for Papers

J.R.R. Tolkien

Deadline for Submission 1 March 2004

Guest Editor: Shaun Hughes

The Editors of Modern Fiction Studies seek theoretically informed and
historically contextualized essays on any aspects of Tolkien's fiction
(including the posthumous legendarium), as well as filmic representations of
his fiction.

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