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CFP: All topics (grad) (no deadline; journal)

Thursday, February 15, 2001 - 4:46pm
Henry Street

                            Henry Street:
                A Graduate Review of Literary Studies

_Henry Street_, now entering its tenth year of publication, is an
international forum for graduate students of English and related
disciplines. We invite submission of original and scholarly contributions
to current research on literatures in English from all historical periods,
material culture, pedagogy, and critical theory. In addition to welcoming
papers from a broad range of critical perspectives, the journal is
particularly receptive to unconventional or personal approaches that open
new avenues of investigation in literary and cultural criticism.

CFP: Female Desire in Writing by Women (no deadline noted; e-journal)

Thursday, February 15, 2001 - 4:22pm submissions

what a girl wants, what a girl needs

nasty invites critical works (articles, notes, reviews) and creative writing
which address the idea of female desire in writing by women. Possible
approaches include the non -mediated voice of the renaissance women writer,
the 'modern' women and how post-modern approaches expand vocal/textual
possiblities. nasty welcomes studies in pop-culture and enthusiastically
encourages interdisciplinary approaches. Articles should not exceed 2000
words in length and must be accompanied by a short introduction and
biography. Please send all submissions in Word format to

CFP: 21st C. British and Irish Novelists (various; collection)

Monday, February 5, 2001 - 9:37pm


A few authors are still available for the forthcoming volume of the
Dictionary of Literary Biography dedicated to "Twenty-first Century British
and Irish Novelists." This volume will contain a wide array of authors who
are making their reputations today but will likely write well into the
twenty-first century.

Julie Myerson (6,000 words)
Livi Michael (6,000 words)
Philip Hensher (4,000 words)
Kate O’Riordon (4,000 words)
Emma Donoghue (4,000 words)
Peter Cunningham (6,000 words)
Michael Collins (4,000 words)
James Ryan (4,000 words)
Toby Litt (4,000 words)
Ahdaf Soueif (4,000 words)

CFP: Contemporary Editions of Works by or for Early Modern Englishwomen (no deadline noted; book series)

Monday, February 5, 2001 - 9:32pm
Erika Gaffney

With apologies for cross posting --

Announcing a new series from Ashgate-

The Early Modern Englishwoman, 1500-1750: Contemporary Editions

Series Editors: Betty S. Travitsky and Patrick Cullen

Designed to complement The Early Modern Englishwoman: A Facsimile
Library of Essential Works, this series presents both modernized and
old-spelling editions of texts not only by women but also for and about
women. The contents of a volume can range from a single text to an
anthology, and editorial methodology is also flexible, the choice
depending on the subject and audience.

Proposals should take the form of either

CFP: Issues in Writing (Journal)

Friday, January 26, 2001 - 8:44pm
Mahon, Wade

Issues in Writing

A semiannual, refereed journal devoted to the study of writing in the Arts
and Humanities, Science and Technology, Government, Education, Business and
Industry, and the professions.

CFP: Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy (no date; journal)

Wednesday, January 24, 2001 - 9:20pm
Gerard Greenway



Elliot R. Wolfson
Skirball Departmant of Hebrew and Judaic Studies
New York University
51, Washington Square South
New York, NY 10012


Paul Mendes-Flohr
Department of Jewish Thought
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Mount Scopus
Jerusalem 91 905

CFP: The Looking Glass: Children's Literature Journal (e-journal)

Saturday, January 13, 2001 - 3:07pm
Elizabeth Pandolfo Briggs

The online children's literature journal _The Looking Glass_ is now
accepting submissions for Alice's Academy, its scholarly refereed section.
Submissions are invited on all aspects of children's literature.
Submissions must be between 1500 and 3500 words and conform to current MLA
standards. _The Looking Glass_ cannot accept simultaneous submissions or
previously published articles. A brief biographical sketch will be
required from authors of submissions accepted for publication. Published
articles will be posted on the journal's website for at least three
months, after which time they will be archived online.

UPDATE: Inclusive Pedagogy (journal)

Friday, December 22, 2000 - 5:20pm
Juda Bennett

* * * C A L L F O R P A P E R S * * *

Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Pedagogy is now accepting
submissions electronically. Visit our web site
( and see how TOSS, Transformations
Online Submission System, will speed up the process of submission,
review, and acceptance.