[UPDATE] CALL FOR ARTICLES, KATHERINE MANSFIELD STUDIES JOURNAL

full name / name of organization: 
DR GERRI KIMBER, KATHERINE MANSFIELD SOCIETY
contact email: 
gerri@thekimbers.co.uk

REMINDER: CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS FOR VOLUME 2 OF

Katherine Mansfield Studies

(THE PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL OF THE KATHERINE MANSFIELD SOCIETY)

on the theme of

‘Katherine Mansfield and Modernism’

Submissions are sought on the following:

Critical articles on the theme of this issue: ‘Katherine Mansfield and Modernism’

In addition, general submissions are sought on the following:

Creative pieces – poetry and prose on Katherine Mansfield

Book reviews of recently published books on Katherine Mansfield or related books of interest to Mansfield scholars and enthusiasts

Mansfield was both a colonial and a metropolitan writer and the editors welcome submissions that explore both the European and non-European contexts for her formative role in literary Modernism. Mansfield’s important relationship with Virginia Woolf has already received critical attention, and articles that investigate this connection further will be received with interest. This issue will also encourage an emphasis on Mansfield’s as yet under-explored relationship with D. H. Lawrence.

We will publish the winning entry in the Katherine Mansfield Society’s inaugural essay prize for a critical essay on Katherine Mansfield and D. H. Lawrence. For further information please go to:

http://www.katherinemansfieldsociety.org/essay-prize/

The following is a list of topics which may provide inspiration, though the list is by no means exhaustive:

Mansfield and the Short Story
Mansfield and International Modernism
Mansfield and Virginia Woolf
Mansfield and James Joyce
Mansfield and T. S. Eliot
Mansfield and D. H. Lawrence
Mansfield and Modernist Feminism
Mansfield and Modernist Aesthetics
Mansfield as Modernist Muse
Mansfield and Postmodernism

ARTICLES

Submissions of between 5000–7000 words (inclusive of endnotes), should be emailed in Word format to the Editor, Dr Delia da Sousa Correa: d.dasousa@open.ac.uk
AND the Liaison Editor, Dr Gerri Kimber: gerri@thekimbers.co.uk

Please also send:
a 50 word bio-sketch.
a brief abstract (200 words) summarising your article.
5 or 6 keywords.

CREATIVE WRITING

Pieces of creative writing on the theme of Katherine Mansfield – poetry, short stories, etc, should be sent to the editors above, accompanied by a 50 word bio-sketch.

BOOK REVIEWS

Book reviews of 500-600 words for single books and 900-1200 words for two or more books should be sent to the Reviews Editors,
Dr Kathryn Simpson: k.l.simpson@bham.ac.uk AND Dr Melinda Harvey: melinda.harvey@rmit.edu.au accompanied by a 50 word bio-sketch.

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: 16 MARCH 2010

A detailed style guide is available from the Katherine Mansfield Society website:

http://www.katherinemansfieldsociety.org/the-katherine-mansfield-studies...

cfp categories: 
general_announcements
journals_and_collections_of_essays
twentieth_century_and_beyond