CFP: [African-American] Callaloo Special Issue (Rudolph Fisher)

full name / name of organization: 
Molly Anne Rothenberg
contact email: 
mollyrothenberg@yahoo.com

Call for Papers
Rudolph Fisher, Luminary of the Harlem Renaissance
We invite submissions for a special issue on the work of Rudolph Fisher. Essays re-assessing all
of Fisher’s work using contemporary literary critical methods and current approaches to
diaspora, race, and cross-cultural encounter are especially welcome. Specific topics and themes
may include, but are not limited to: new critical approaches to Fisher’s writing; Fisher and
theories of race; reconsidering the detective genre; alternative modernisms in Fisher’s work;
Fisher’s essays and book reviews, and previously unpublished material; early cinema and
Fisher’s narrative strategy; his use of science, medicine, art, and folk practices; Fisher’s dramatic
collaborations and the Federal Theater Project.
The deadline for submissions is February 1, 2009. Please send submissions to:
Callaloo / The Fisher Issue

Dept. of English, Blocker 249

Texas A&M University

TAMU 4227

College Station, TX 77843-4227
All submitted material must include either an e-mail address or a self-addressed envelope ( SAE
) with loose postage adequate for a letter notifying you of our decision. All manuscripts must be
submitted in triplicate, and must NOT bear the author's name or any other identifying
information about the author. This enables our readers to review manuscripts blindly. We cannot
begin the review process until we have received all three blind copies. Please include a cover
letter listing the titles of the submitted works, and detailing all relevant contact information for
the author, including an e-mail address if available. Each individual copy of essays or
unpublished material should be stapled. The maximum word limit for any one manuscript is
10,000 words (approx. 25 single-spaced pages, 12 point font). Bibliographies and documented
material should follow the MLA Style Manual (most recent edition). We currently do not accept
submissions via e-mail or fax transmission from within the United States. Contributors should
refer to the Callaloo website, contributor’s guidelines, for additional information about
submissions: http://www.callaloo.tamu.edu. Please address any inquiries concerning the call
for papers to Molly Anne Rothenberg, guest editor, at mollyrothenberg_at_yahoo.com.

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cfp categories: 
african-american