SLI: Studies in the Literary Imagination. Call for Special Topics Proposals
Studies in the Literary Imagination is now accepting topic proposals for future issues. Any scholar who wishes to propose a special issue topic for SLI is invited to do so in a 1,000–1,500-word proposal. Please include a working title, an overview of the proposed topic, a brief summary of pertinent issues and figures, and a current C.V. From inception to completion, the project takes approximately two years.
Responsibilities of Consulting Editor: Choose a general subject, a focused topic, and a title (subject to approval of the SLI Committee); Solicit approximately eight original essays, each of about twenty pages (5000-8000 words) long, prepared in current MLA documentation format; Perform first line edit and return essays to authors for revision; Write introduction (Editor's Comment); Submit introduction and clean essays to the journal editor, along with brief bios (about 50 words) for consulting editor(s) and contributors; Receive and correct camera-ready copy and return corrected copy to editor.
Contact editor Paul H. Schmidt or managing editor Lori Howard to submit your proposal or request further information:
SLI, Attn: Proposals
Department of English
PO Box 3970
Georgia State University
Atlanta GA 30302-3970