CFP: Robert Graves Review
ROBERT GRAVES REVIEW
Deadline for submission: 30 April 2021
The editor of the Robert Graves Society's peer-reviewed journal, Robert Graves Review (formerly Gravesiana: The Journal of the Robert Graves Society) is seeking articles for the Summer 2021 issue. The purpose of the newly-renamed journal is to share serious work on Robert Graves and related topics. These include but are not limited to early twentieth century British poetry, World War I and its ongoing influence on contemporary history and culture, early Modernist poetry, myth and literature, historical fiction(s), and twentieth century feminisms, issues in translation and adaption, Robert Graves and correspondence, Robert Graves and European media, literature, film, music, art and design, drama and dance or fine art, Robert Graves and the politics or aesthetics of illness and trauma.
Submissions should be between 3500 and 5000 words.
All submissions will be blind-refereed.
The Robert Graves Review is available as an electronic journal at http://robertgraves.org/gravesiana. New prospective contributors are encouraged to visit and register on this website and read past issues.
Send electronic submissions and/or questions to:
Editor, Robert Graves Review
The Review also publishes a few poems in each issue that have a strong connection to Robert Graves or to the themes, character, practices or virtues of his work. Poems submitted to the Robert Graves Review are selected for publication by the editor in consultation with Professor Fran Brearton (Queens University, Belfast), and Professor Dunstan Ward (formerly University of London Institute in Paris).