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CFP Stephen King (PCA/ACA, St. Louis, 3/31-4/3) Deadline: 12/15
full name / name of organization:
Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association
The Stephen King Area of the Popular Culture Association is seeking papers for the Joint National Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Conference to be held Wednesday, March 31st to Saturday, April 3rd, 2010 in St. Louis.
Papers which cover any aspect of Stephen King—his fiction, films, non-fiction, King in the classroom, the King phenomenon, King’s early writing, King’s recent fiction, the Bachman books, the Dark Tower series, and King’s uncollected writings—are sought for this area. Papers should be limited to a reading time of 15-20 minutes (3 person panels allow for 20 minute papers while 4 person panels allow for 15 minute papers; panels will be formed no later than January 2010 in order to provide panelists ample time to adjust their presentation time).
If you want to form your own panel of 3 or 4 presenters unified around a particular theme or work within the King canon, please send panel proposals along with brief abstracts of each paper, each paper’s title, and contact information for each presenter in addition to designating one presenter as the Panel Chair. Discussion panels of 4-6 participants each are also encouraged.
All presenters must be (or become) members of the PCA or ACA and must register for the conference. Membership and registration information will be sent upon presentation acceptance. Please note that paper acceptance obligates participants to present the paper at the conference. Additionally, as per PCA/ACA guidelines, multiple submissions to different areas are not allowed (although you can present a paper and participate as a round-table speaker), and you must be present at the conference to read your own paper.
To have your proposal considered for presentation, please send a 250-350 word abstract by December 15, 2009, complete with your name, affiliation, and contact information to either: