CFP: Noboddadies: Journal of Piracy (3/1/03; journal)

full name / name of organization: 
Doug Rice
contact email: 

NOBODADDIES: A Journal of Piracy

NOBODADDIES is returning to publishing. Our first issue of the new =
series will be published in the early summer 2003. If you are not =
familiar with Nobodaddies and would like to support the journal as well =
as gather a sense of the kind of work that we have published in the =
past, send $5 for each issue (numbers 2 and 3 are still available). Make =
checks payable to Doug Rice.

In this first issue back we are particularly interested in work that =
questions boundaries of discipline, genre, and discourse. We like work =
that calls into question contemporary theorizing of the postmodern =
moment; work that is inappropriate. Essays that theorize plagiarism, =
appropriation, allusion, critifiction, pirating of other texts. Nomadic =
textualities that flee any sens of home and domesticity. Essays on =
individual writers (Acker, Burroughs, Doubiago, Brossard, Maso, any of =
the modernists), essays on music and film (in the styles or against the =
styles of Frith, McRobbie, Marcus, Savage, and on and on......on =
directors Godard, Ackerman, and others), essays on theorists (Deleuze, =
Kristeva, Irigaray, Cixous, Derrida, Foucault, and on and on and on), =
essays on photography ....

We are also looking for fiction and for B&W artwork.

In the past we have published David Blair, Takayuki Tatsumi, Lidia =
Yuknavitch, Larry McCaffery, Laurie Weeks, Rebecca Brown, Ray Federman, =
and others

Break rules

Our website will be up in early December 2002.

Snail mail:

Doug Rice, editor


English Dept.

California State University, Sacramento

6000 J Street

Sacramento CA 95819-6075


submissions sent by email should be sent as a word attachment or cut and =
pasted into body of email message. In the subject line, put Nobodaddies =

Deadline for submission: March 1, 2003

Assistant Professor of English
California State University, Sacramento
6000 J Street
Sacramento CA 95819-6075
(916) 278-5989

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