Third Stone, a journal devoted to Afrofuturism and its forms, seeks submissions to build a comprehensive annotated bibliography of source material on the Black fantastic, including traditional print sources (books, magazines, journal articles, newspapers, and reviews) and digital media (audio, video, film, and websites).
For this issue we have something entirely new in store.
Do you remember a time in college or in grad school where you read a piece of critical theory, then thought:
Wait a minute. If I’m being honest with myself, did I really understand that? If I had to summarize what I just read in a few words, would I be able to?
In this issue, we want to see you grappling with some of your favorite critical theory texts.
The Poetics program at New College of California (ca. 1980-2000s) was a distinctly alien presence among graduate-level academic programs in North America. Focused solely upon the study of poetry, it offered a truly alternative approach to that found in more traditional academic settings. Throughout the program's history few of its faculty possessed much beyond an M.A.
Call for Book Proposals: Environment and Religion
deadline for submissions:
August 15th, 2020
full name / name of organization: Series Editor: Gabrie’l J. Atchison, SUNY College at Brockport, USA
contact email: email@example.com
Environment and Religion in Feminist-Womanist, Queer, and Indigenous Perspectives
Transmotion is seeking submissions on the theme of Transgender, Two-Spirit and Nonbinary Indigenous Literature. In the past decade, an increasing number of transgender Indigenous writers have been published, especially in the settler state known as Canada, such as Gwen Benaway, Arielle Twist, and Smokii Sumac. In the United States, writers like Luna Merbruja, Janet Mock, and Lady Dane Figueroa Edidi have received attention as transgender writers but less attention within Indigenous studies.