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CFP: Thomas Traherne (no deadline noted; collection)

updated: 
Saturday, October 5, 2002 - 2:59pm
BlevinsJake_at_aol.com

I would like to invite submissions to a collection of new essays on the
seventeenth-century writer, Thomas Traherne. 2003 will mark the 100 year
anniversary of Dobell's first edition of Traherne's poetry, so the timing is
right for such a collection. The general theme is "new approaches to
Traherne," and that can be interpreted broadly. All scholarly ranks are
encouraged to submit. Major university presses have already expressed
initial interest in the project. Begin by sending a detailed
prospectus/abstract and a brief C.V. to:

Jacob Blevins
Department of Languages
McNeese State University
Lake Charles LA 70609-2655

Questions can be emailed to blevinsjake_at_aol.com.

CFP: Critical Essays, Interviews, Reviews on Gay Fiction (journal)

updated: 
Thursday, October 3, 2002 - 4:21am
LongT_at_tncc.vccs.edu

Harrington Gay Men's Fiction Quarterly seeks unpublished critical essays,
interviews with writers, extended book reviews, bibliographic essays, prose
memoir, cultural criticism, and related prose works, aimed for a general
readership of gay men. International in scope, the journal publishes work in
translation as well as writing by Anglophone authors. Authors of any
sexuality/gender are invited to submit. Send two copies, double-spaced
manuscript (Chicago style) with SASE to:

Dr. Thomas L. Long
English Department
Thomas Nelson Community College
PO Box 9407
Hampton, VA 23670 USA

CFP: Critical Essays, Interviews, Reviews on Gay Fiction (journal)

updated: 
Thursday, October 3, 2002 - 4:21am
LongT_at_tncc.vccs.edu

Harrington Gay Men's Fiction Quarterly seeks unpublished critical essays,
interviews with writers, extended book reviews, bibliographic essays, prose
memoir, cultural criticism, and related prose works, aimed for a general
readership of gay men. International in scope, the journal publishes work in
translation as well as writing by Anglophone authors. Authors of any
sexuality/gender are invited to submit. Send two copies, double-spaced
manuscript (Chicago style) with SASE to:

Dr. Thomas L. Long
English Department
Thomas Nelson Community College
PO Box 9407
Hampton, VA 23670 USA

CFP: Women's Studies Quarterly: Women and Health, and Women and Literacy (no deadline noted; journal issues)

updated: 
Wednesday, September 25, 2002 - 10:58pm
Edvige Giunta

The Women’s Studies Quarterly is seeking poetry for two special issues, one
on Women and Health and one on Women and Literacy.

Poetry submissions should be sent to Edvige Giunta, Poetry Editor, Women's
Studies Quarterly, Department of English, New Jersey City University, Jersey
City, NJ 07305. egiunta_at_njcu.edu

Women’s Studies Quarterly
An Educational Project of the Feminist Press at the City University of New
York in Cooperation with Rochester Institute of Technology
General Editor, Diane S. Hope, Rochester Institute of Technology

CFP: Women's Studies Quarterly: Women and Health, and Women and Literacy (no deadline noted; journal issues)

updated: 
Wednesday, September 25, 2002 - 10:58pm
Edvige Giunta

The Women’s Studies Quarterly is seeking poetry for two special issues, one
on Women and Health and one on Women and Literacy.

Poetry submissions should be sent to Edvige Giunta, Poetry Editor, Women's
Studies Quarterly, Department of English, New Jersey City University, Jersey
City, NJ 07305. egiunta_at_njcu.edu

Women’s Studies Quarterly
An Educational Project of the Feminist Press at the City University of New
York in Cooperation with Rochester Institute of Technology
General Editor, Diane S. Hope, Rochester Institute of Technology

CFP: Women's Studies Quarterly: Women and Health, and Women and Literacy (no deadline noted; journal issues)

updated: 
Wednesday, September 25, 2002 - 10:58pm
Edvige Giunta

The Women’s Studies Quarterly is seeking poetry for two special issues, one
on Women and Health and one on Women and Literacy.

Poetry submissions should be sent to Edvige Giunta, Poetry Editor, Women's
Studies Quarterly, Department of English, New Jersey City University, Jersey
City, NJ 07305. egiunta_at_njcu.edu

Women’s Studies Quarterly
An Educational Project of the Feminist Press at the City University of New
York in Cooperation with Rochester Institute of Technology
General Editor, Diane S. Hope, Rochester Institute of Technology

CFP: *Style* General Issue (6/15/03; journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, September 25, 2002 - 10:44pm
John V. Knapp

The editors of the journal *Style* would like to announce a call for
papers for a general issue: Volume 38, Number 1.

For this general issue, Style invites submissions that address questions
of style, stylistics, and poetics, including research and theory in
discourse analysis, literary and nonliterary genres, narrative,
figuration, metrics, rhetorical analysis, and the pedagogy of style.
Contributions may draw from such fields as literary criticism, critical
theory, computational linguistics, cognitive linguistics, philosophy of
language, and rhetoric and writing studies.

CFP: Texas, South, Southwest studies (4/30/03; journal issue)

updated: 
Wednesday, September 25, 2002 - 10:44pm
Roth

The Journal of the American Studies Association of Texas (JASAT) is
accepting manuscripts 15-25 pages in length on various aspects of American
culture, with an emphasis on Texas, the South, and the Southwest. Among
recent articles are "An Aural Counterpart: Afro-Chicano Music Culture and
Mainstream Radio in Post-War Los Angeles," "Wiring Texas: The Story of the
Texas and Red River Telegraph Company"; "Chinese Medicine and Asian-American
Literature [vis a vis San Francisco]: A Case Study of Fifth Chinese
Daughter"; and Donald K. Picken's reflections on the Civil War and the Lost
Cause thesis: "Second Thoughts on the Second American Revolution."

CFP: Texas, South, Southwest studies (4/30/03; journal issue)

updated: 
Wednesday, September 25, 2002 - 10:44pm
Roth

The Journal of the American Studies Association of Texas (JASAT) is
accepting manuscripts 15-25 pages in length on various aspects of American
culture, with an emphasis on Texas, the South, and the Southwest. Among
recent articles are "An Aural Counterpart: Afro-Chicano Music Culture and
Mainstream Radio in Post-War Los Angeles," "Wiring Texas: The Story of the
Texas and Red River Telegraph Company"; "Chinese Medicine and Asian-American
Literature [vis a vis San Francisco]: A Case Study of Fifth Chinese
Daughter"; and Donald K. Picken's reflections on the Civil War and the Lost
Cause thesis: "Second Thoughts on the Second American Revolution."

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