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UPDATE: Reading in America Today Encyclopedia: Mystery Novels (no deadline noted; collection)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 8, 2006 - 12:12am
Ken Womack

Dear Colleagues:

There is another chapter available for Reading in America Today: The
Greenwood Encyclopedia of Contemporary Popular American Literature. This
four-volume encyclopedia will include alphabetically arranged chapters on
more than 100 literary genres.

The chapter is on "Mystery Novels," and it will be approximately 12,500
words. Contributors will be paid for their efforts. The chapters will not
be due until February 1st, 2007.

I hope that you will consider participating in this project!

With all best wishes,
Ken Womack
kaw16_at_psu.edu

UPDATE: Reading in America Today Encyclopedia: Mystery Novels (no deadline noted; collection)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 8, 2006 - 12:12am
Ken Womack

Dear Colleagues:

There is another chapter available for Reading in America Today: The
Greenwood Encyclopedia of Contemporary Popular American Literature. This
four-volume encyclopedia will include alphabetically arranged chapters on
more than 100 literary genres.

The chapter is on "Mystery Novels," and it will be approximately 12,500
words. Contributors will be paid for their efforts. The chapters will not
be due until February 1st, 2007.

I hope that you will consider participating in this project!

With all best wishes,
Ken Womack
kaw16_at_psu.edu

UPDATE: Margaret Atwood at MLA (3/15/06; MLA '06)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 8, 2006 - 12:12am
Kuribayashi, Tomoko

The deadline for proposals for the MLA sessions below has been extended
to March 15, 2006. Please feel free to interpret the focus creatively.

=20

1. Performing Atwood=20
=20
 Papers that consider performances of Margaret Atwood's work, including
opera,=20
 film, staged readings, and plays. 500-word abstracts by March 1 to both

 Jennifer Hoofard, jhoofard_at_mills.edu, and Tomoko Kuribayashi,
tkuribay_at_uwsp.edu.=20

 2. Myth and Atwood=20

 Intertextual uses of myth and allusion in any genre of Margaret
Atwood's work.=20
 Papers that consider recent works are particularly encouraged. 500-word