Call for Bloggers: International Gothic Association Postgrad Blog
Call for Bloggers: International Gothic Association Postgraduate Blog
The International Gothic Association fosters postgraduate/graduate student work through its student-run, student-written postgraduate blog. Every month, the blog features posts by a different graduate student working in the field of the Gothic, across time periods and disciplines, from French Revolution writers to Star Trek, ghost stories to zombies and beyond. Posts can consist of the writer's current dissertation/thesis work, but it may also include film/book reviews, teaching topics, events, discussion questions, etc. Each blogger usually writes between two and four posts for the month, of approximately 500-800 words. The posts can be formal or informal, depending on the writer's preference. You can see examples of past posts on the blog here: http://www.iga.stir.ac.uk/blog.php
We are searching for guest blog writers for the coming academic school year. Writers must be graduate students working with some aspect of the Gothic. This is a great opportunity to share your work and join the Gothic community! Please get in touch with the IGA Postgrad Reps: Laura Kremmel (firstname.lastname@example.org), Chloe Buckley (email@example.com) and James Campbell (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested or have any questions.