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CFP: The Red Critique: Marxist Critiques of the Contemporary (no deadline noted; e-journal)

updated: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2002 - 9:34pm
Editors_at_redcritique.org

The second issue of The Red Critique, an online Marxist journal of
analysis of the contemporary, is now available at:
http://www.redcritique.org.

Kimberly DeFazio, "Urban Post-Theory, Class and The City"

Julie Torrant, "Family, Capital and the Left Now"

Ranganayakamma, "Are Marxian categories adequate to understand
'Gender' and 'Caste' questions?"

Jennifer Cotter, "The Guardian of Profit"

Rob Wilkie, "'Destiny' is the Articulation of Class Power"

We invite classical Marxist critiques of the contemporary for our next
issue. Please see submissions guidelines on our website.

UPDATE: Contemporary British Writers (book series)

updated: 
Tuesday, January 8, 2002 - 3:44pm
Daniel Lea

CONTEMPORARY BRITISH WRITERS

NEW CALL FOR PROPOSAL

Due to phenomenal interest, Manchester University Press invites further
proposals for the Contemporary British Writers Series. The Editor and
Press continue to welcome proposals for monographs (50-85,000 words) on
the following writers:

Beryl Bainbridge Iain Banks

Pat Barker Anthony Burgess

A.S. Byatt Ian McEwan

Brian Moore Irvine Welsh

(Deadline for proposals on the above - 31st January 2002)

In addition we encourage proposals on the following authors:

Peter Ackroyd Martin Amis

J.G. Ballard Angela Carter

CFP: Contemporary British Writers (book series)

updated: 
Wednesday, November 28, 2001 - 6:25pm
Daniel Lea

SERIES ANNOUNCEMENT

CONTEMPORARY BRITISH WRITERS

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

Manchester University Press is proud to announce the launch of a new
series dedicated to the critical appraisal of recent British fiction.
The Contemporary British Writers Series will reflect the breadth and
diversity of writing in Britain over the last thirty years, and will
provide critical evaluations of established, emerging and neglected
authors. Building on the success of the Press's Contemporary World
Writers, this series offers an exciting opportunity for the
interrogation of notions of the contemporary and for the analysis of
current and developing modes of representation.

CFP: American Popular Culture, 1900-present (e-journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, November 14, 2001 - 7:24pm
editor_at_americanpopularculture.com

Americana:
The Journal of American Popular Culture
(1900-present)

Americana is currently accepting submissions for its peer-reviewed
e-journal, published at americanpopularculture.com.

Please send submissions to editor_at_americanpopularculture.com.

Guidelines:

1) Articles must be attached to a brief cover letter in the email text
(containing the author's name, institutional affiliation, and contact
information), and both must be formatted in Microsoft Word.

2) Articles must follow MLA guidelines.

CFP: Americana: The Journal of American Popular Culture (1900-present) (e-journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, September 5, 2001 - 9:23pm
editor_at_americanpopularculture.com

Americana: The Institute for the Study of American Popular Culture
(1900-present) is dedicated to the art of semiotic analysis and is
comprised of two major divisions. The first division is a website at
americanpopularculture.com featuring articles written by fellows in our
Think Tank for a mainstream audience. The second division, and the one
for which we are publishing this call for papers, is a peer-reviewed
academic journal targeted to an academic audience; it will be published
as a link on americanpopularculture.com.

CFP: Pataphysica (journal)

updated: 
Tuesday, August 21, 2001 - 8:09pm
Roumiana I Velikova

> Pataphysica
>
> This is to announce the inauguration of
> Pataphysica, a journal devoted to the publication
> of and commentary on pataphysical thought.
> Submissions of original works, translations,
> criticism, reviews, and artwork will be
> considered. For purposes of this journal,
> pataphysics shall be broadly defined. Authors of
> interest include but are not limited to Alfred

CFP: Modernist Women Writers (no deadline noted; e-journal)

updated: 
Monday, July 2, 2001 - 10:53pm
Kathy Lou Schultz

HOW2 , an electronic extension of the 80s journal HOW(ever), focusing on
innovative writing and scholarship by and about contemporary and
modernist women writers, is seeking conference papers given in these
subject areas for the "In Conference" section of the journal. Recent
papers published include work from the MINA LOY: A SYMPOSIUM, papers
delivered at the Institute of English Studies—School of Advanced
studies, University of London, on 11 March 2000 and AFRICAN-AMERICAN NEW
POETRIES, papers delivered at the American Literature Association
Conference, Long Beach, California, Spring 2000. Papers from male and
female scholars welcome. The paper must have been given at a recent

UPDATE: Journal of Ayn Rand Studies (journal)

updated: 
Friday, May 25, 2001 - 10:17pm
Chris Matthew Sciabarra

This is an updated Call for Papers for THE JOURNAL OF AYN RAND STUDIES. We
are looking especially for papers that deal with Rand's literary corpus
from diverse and critical perspectives. Of particular interest currently
are any papers investigating the ties between Rand and such thinkers as
Aristotle and Nietzsche.

For information on our current issue (Spring 2001), which features the
first comprehensive scholarly forum for the discussion of Ayn Rand's
aesthetics, go to our website at:

http://aynrandstudies.com

We are indexed by several abstract services, including MLA DIRECTORY OF
PERIODICALS and MLA INTERNATIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHY.

CFP: The Archibald Macliesh Journal (journal)

updated: 
Friday, April 27, 2001 - 7:25pm
Archibald MacLeish Journal

THE ARCHIBALD MACLEISH JOURNAL

Call for Papers and Artwork

THE ARCHIBALD MACLIESH JOURNAL is a new publication dedicated to studies
of the life and work of poet, playwright, and Librarian of Congress,
Archibald MacLeish.

The JOURNAL welcomes submission of scholarly and informal essays, poetry,
fiction, artwork, interviews, memoirs, etc., relating to MacLeish.
Publication is to be once annually.

MLA format, please. Digital submissions are encouraged. Please send to

THE ARCHIBALD MACLEISH JOURNAL
Humanities Division
Greenfield Community College
One College Drive
Greenfield, MA 01301

or contact

Nat Herold, Editor
amj_at_gcc.mass.edu

CFP: Samuel Beckett (no deadline; website)

updated: 
Friday, March 30, 2001 - 9:42pm
Timothy J Conley

CALL FOR PAPERS
(no deadline)

Apmonia, the new website for Samuel Beckett, seeks papers on all subjects
relating to this author and his works. Papers may be previously published
but please inform us of the specifics. All submissions will be vetted by
at least one editor.

Apmonia is a section of the growing website on twentieth-century
literature, The Modern Word (www.TheModernWord.com). Apmonia can be viewed
at www.TheModernWord.com/beckett

CFP: 1950s American Popular Culture (no deadline noted; book)

updated: 
Tuesday, March 20, 2001 - 11:24pm
RollinsPC_at_aol.com

Call for an Author:

For a major publisher an author is needed for a volume on the popular
culture of the 1950s, one of a series for each period in American
history.The volume is consist of all aspects of the popular culture of the
period suitable for a text for high school students and introductory
college classes. Anyone interested should get in touch with Debby Adams,
dadams_at_greenwood.com or Ray Browne, rbrowne_at_bgnet.bgsu.edu telephone 419
372 7861, fax=A0 8095. Bowling Green University, Bowling Green, Oh 43403.

UPDATE: International Review of Modernism (journal)

updated: 
Thursday, October 19, 2000 - 5:41pm
Leonard Orr

[Please announce our change of format, frequency, and contributor
information to members of your listserv. Thank you.]

INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF MODERNISM: A Journal of Scholarship on the
Literature and Culture of Europe, 1890-1939

CFP: nasty.cx: All Topics, esp. C20 (no deadline; e-journal)

updated: 
Friday, July 14, 2000 - 8:41pm
Nasty.cx Submissions

nasty.cx - the brattiest academics on the web.

nasty is looking for some partnes in crime. We're an online academic
publication, showcasing a community of academics on the web. Through
cutting, controversial articles and online discussion forums, we hope to
stimulate the minds of netizens around the world. You can help us.

nasty is currently on the lookout for English language conference-length
papers from academics in all realms of the humanities. We are
particularly interested in sociopolitical and literary papers, with a
focus on the modern/post-modern period.

CFP: Cormac McCarthy Journal Online (no deadline; e-journal)

updated: 
Friday, January 28, 2000 - 8:55pm
John Wegner

The Cormac McCarthy Journal Online invites scholarly submissions in current
MLA style on any aspect of Cormac McCarthy's works. Reviews, Notes up to
500 words, and articles up to 5,000 words are welcome.

The Journal is a peer reviewed scholarly journal and a Member of the
Council of Editors of Learned Journals.

Submit cover letter (with email address), three printed copies, and an SASE
for return of ms.

For submissions and inquiries contact

Dr. John Wegner, Editor
Department of English
Angelo State University
P.O. Box 10894, ASU Station
San Angelo, TX 76909

<John.Wegner_at_angelo.edu>
Regards,

CFP: Cormac McCarthy (no deadline; e-journal)

updated: 
Thursday, June 3, 1999 - 2:21am
John Wegner

Call for Submissions:

The Cormac McCarthy Journal Online is a peer reviewed on-line journal,
modified or updated as events warrant. The Journal Online welcomes
article-length manuscripts (not to exceed 25 typewritten double-spaced
pages) or notes (not to exceed 500 words in length) on themes and issues
pertinent to the writings and literary environment of Cormac McCarthy.
Submissions must adhere to accepted rules of scholarship and be in current
MLA format. Please submit the article on one 3-1/2" high density floppy
disk (WordPerfect or .txt file preferred) plus three hard copies. Include
both an SASE and a stamped, addressed return postcard to confirm receipt of
your submission.

CFP: International Review of Modernism (??; journal)

updated: 
Monday, April 26, 1999 - 10:02pm
Leonard Orr

We are in the process of mailing the Spring/Summer 1999 issue of the
International Review of Modernism to subscribers and contributors and we are
assigning reviews for the next two issues (3.1 [Nov., 1999] and 3.2 [April,
2000]). We would like to hear from qualified reviewers in all disciplines. If
you have already sent us vitas or summaries of your interests, you do not need
to do so again, but please keep us informed of changes in e-mail and other
addresses. For fullest information, it is best to visit our web-site (please
note the new web-address below). Here you will find the table of contents of
all of the issues, the guidelines for contributors, and subscription
information and forms.

CFP: The Wellsian (journal)

updated: 
Tuesday, September 29, 1998 - 1:10am
Liz Hedgecock

I will be editing the H.G. Wells Society journal, THE WELLSIAN, from
Winter 1998 and would welcome any contributions which deal with Wells's
life and work. Those interested in receiving information about the H.G.
Wells Society can also contact me.

John S. Partington,
The Editor,
THE WELLSIAN: The Journal
of the H.G. Wells Society,
Department of English,
University of Reading,
Whiteknights,
Reading,
Berkshire, RG6 6AA,
England.
J.S.Partington_at_reading.ac.uk

(Submissions to THE
WELLSIAN should be sent to
the address above. Please
include a copy on disk and
work to MLA style if
possible).

CFP: _Time-Sense_, a Gertrude Stein quarterly (E-journal)

updated: 
Tuesday, February 10, 1998 - 1:18am
Sonja Streuber

                        **********************
                          ***_TIME-SENSE_***
                        **********************

          an electronic quarterly on the art of Gertrude Stein

invites submissions, both critical and creative, in written, visual, and
aural media.

CFP: The American Road (Descanso Lit Jnl)

updated: 
Wednesday, May 21, 1997 - 5:33pm
Gregory Zura

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

Descanso Literary Journal is now accepting submissions for upcoming
issues- The American Road, Icons & Iconography.

Descanso's goal is to give voice to up and coming writers and artists on
a variety of topics prevalent in American society.

Descanso accepts short fiction, poetry, one act plays, essays, painting,
photography & sculpture.

For submission guidelines or a copy of our premiere issue - SEX (for
only $7.00), write to:

Descanso Literary Journal
PO Box 20066
Seattle, WA 98102

or email: goyozura_at_earthlink.net

Thank you.

CFP: James Lee Burke (on-line newsletter)

updated: 
Friday, April 18, 1997 - 5:16pm
Jan B. Steffensen

Call for contributions:

THE ROBICHEAUX REPORT
A James Lee Burke Newsletter

(check the Call at http://www.db.dk/dbaa/jbs/jlb/rr/cfp.htm - available from
April 21)

For a planned electronic newsletter on mystery author James Lee Burke I am
looking for contributions. I would like to print article and longer reviews,
but the newsletter will also contain a variety of other types of material.
Please let me know if you like to contribute - perhaps you already have
written something or you would like to. Please email me at jbs_at_db.dk.

CFP: Jouvert: Postcolonial Studies (journal)

updated: 
Friday, February 14, 1997 - 5:04am
Tina Yih-Ting Chen

_Jouvert: a journal of postcolonial studies_seeks submissions for
forthcoming issues. Jouvert, a refereed, multi-disciplinary journal
published tri-annually on the World Wide Web, offers an international
forum for the interrogation of textual, cultural and political
postcolonialisms. We encourage a wide variety of critical perspectives,
disciplinary approaches and scholarly methods that question the
assumptions, possibilities and limits of the postcolonial.
Postcolonialism is a conflicted ground--historically, culturally,
politically and theoretically. As such, we are especially interested in
innovative scholarship examining these conflicts, be it through the study

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