CFP: Walt Whitman/Horace Traubel (3/1/04; journal issue)
Named for the street in Camden, New Jersey, on which Whitman lived at the end
of his life, The Mickle Street Review (http://www.micklestreet.rutgers.edu/)
is an electronic journal published by the Rutgers University-Camden English
Department in cooperation with the Walt Whitman Program in American Studies at
Rutgers-Camden and the Walt Whitman House and Visitor Center.
The Mickle Street Review is dedicated to a wide audience with a shared
interest in American culture of the last two centuries. The journal's
interdisciplinary scope is designed to encourage exchange across intellectual boundaries,
and we invite submissions (scholarly essays, poetry, fiction, visual art) that
address Whitman and his many cultures.
For our upcoming issue on Whitman's protege, Horace Traubel, and the figure
of politics in his and Whitman's writings, we are especially interested in work
that explores Traubel and matters of social concern to him as well as
Whitman's politics as it influenced political expression in America and abroad in his
day and beyond.
Please contact the journal's editor, Tyler Hoffman, with any questions,
proposals, or submissions. His email address is: mstreetr_at_camden.rutgers.edu
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