CFP: Scribbling Women: The Form of the Short Story, 1850-present (3/1/03; collection)

full name / name of organization: 
Ellen Harrington
contact email: 
eharrington@usouthal.edu

The Society for the Study of the Short Story is currently accepting
submissions for a collection, SCRIBBLING WOMEN: THE FORM OF THE SHORT
STORY, focusing on women writers of the short story in Britain and
America from 1850 to the present. Submissions should address genre as
well as historical context. New approaches and lesser-known subjects
are welcome.

Submissions should be no more than 5000 words and should follow the MLA
Style Sheet. Please submit essays in an MS Word-format attachment to
The Society for the Study of the Short Story at s4mail_at_aol.com by March
1, 2003.

Inquiries (not submissions) to:
Ellen Burton Harrington
Assistant Professor of English
University of South Alabama
HUMB 240
Mobile, Alabama 36688-0002
eharrington_at_usouthal.edu

The Society for the Study of the Short Story is dedicated to promoting
the writing and consideration of short fiction through its international
conferences, its journal SHORT STORY, and other publications.
http://shortstoryjournal.tripod.com

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