The editors of a secured critical anthology are seeking articles of around 4,000-6,500 words (including endnotes and references) discussing the work of Neil Gaiman in any medium -- including the comics, films, novels, and stories -- and how he assesses, criticizes, valorizes, and revises expectations of feminism, the feminine, and the place and purpose of women in the genre narrative.
We're still searching for critical essays on the following works:
Sandman: The Dream Hunters
The Books of Magic
The Tragical Comedy or Comical Tragedy of Mr. Punch
Angels and Visitations
M is for Magic
Now We are Sick (Poems)