CFP: Postcolonial Feminist Writing (1/15/04; journal issue)
CFP: ATLANTIC LITERARY REVIEW (New Delhi) Vol. 4, No. 4
SPECIAL ISSUE: POSTCOLONIAL FEMINIST WRITING
DEADLINE: 15 January 2004
The Atlantic Literary Review is published quarterly in New Delhi and
sponsored by Atlantic Publishers and Distributors, B-2, Vishal Enclave, Opp.
Rajouri Garden, New Delhi 110 027 India.
This journal is intended as an authoritative, peer-reviewed organ of opinion
about a wide range of literary subjects. Although it has a special interest
in Indian Writing in English, The Atlantic Literary Review also publishes
articles on literatures written in English anywhere in the world. Papers may
be on any well-known writer/s. The journal publishes critical articles
rather than reviews or creative writing. All submissions must be of
previously unpublished material.
The last issue of each calendar year is traditionally a special issue. For
Vol. 4, No. 4, the topic is: POSTCOLONIAL FEMINIST WRITING.
We hereby invite submissions on this topic, in English. The literary works
discussed should be works written in English by women writers from within
the postcolonial world (defined as including the 'New Commonwealth' plus
Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, but not the USA, Britain or
Ireland). Articles may be submitted on works of fiction, poetry or drama
(not on autobiography or other non-fiction).
The Atlantic Literary Review prefers to publish long articles (exceeding
5000 words) that treat literary topics elaborately and constitute complete
studies in themselves. Submissions should be sent in electronic form only
(MS Word 97 or later).
Works Cited and Notes and References should strictly conform to the
specifications of the latest (5th) edition of the MLA Handbook. British
spelling is preferred. Further submission guidelines may be found on the ALR
All contributions and enquiries should be emailed ONLY to:
<rajeshwar9_at_yahoo.com> (Dr Rajeshwar Mittapalli, Editor of ALR)
The guest co-editors of this special issue are:
Dr Dora Sales Salvador (also member of the ALR Editorial Advisory Board):
and Dr Chris Rollason (also ALR's Language Editor):
The deadline for submissions is 15 January 2004.
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