CFP: Neoliberalization/Poetry (10/30/05; journal issue)
XCP: CROSS CULTURAL POETICS, an interdisciplinary journal, seeks essays
addressing poetry/poetics of the Western hemisphere in the era of
neoliberalization. Essays addressing the interaction of economic forces of
production, exchange, redistribution, empire, et al, as (simultaneously)
categories, modes, and methodologies of examining literary works (and the
literary world)--as well as the work of scholars outside the U.S.
institutional structure--are most actively sought. For an outline of our
recent publishing activities (including our co-publication of Kamau
Brathwaiteâ€™s book, â€"Conversations-), please see <http://www.xcp.bfn.org>.
For information on our activism in the literary/book culture of North
America, please see <http://www.urww.org>.
Essays received before October 30, 2005, will receive primary
consideration. Please send essays, along with an email address for
Mark Nowak, editor
XCP: CROSS CULTURAL POETICS
c/o College of St. Catherine
601 â€" 25th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN. 55454 USA
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