Vladimir Nabokov

NABOKV-L post 0001457, Tue, 19 Nov 1996 10:28:23 -0800

Henry Street: Call for Papers (fwd)
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Date: Tue, 19 Nov 1996 08:43:50 -0400 (AST)
From: Henry Street <henryst@is2.dal.ca>
POSTCOLONIAL@jefferson.village.Virginia.EDU, PYNCHON-L@sfu.ca,
Subject: Call for Papers


Now inviting submissions for


A Graduate Review of Literary Studies

_Henry Street_, formerly known as _Critical Mass_, is in its sixth year.
We aim to provide an international forum for graduate students of English
and related disciplines. The editors, themselves graduate students, are
committed to providing their colleagues with the opportunity to publish
their own work and to read the work of others in their field.

_Henry Street_ invites contributions of critical essays, short fiction and
poetry from graduate students in English or a related discipline. We also
welcome essays on pedagogy, the job market, graduate programs, and other
topics of interest to graduate students. We aim especially to publish and
promote innovative criticism that, in the words of one of our
contributors, "combines the personal with the scholarly."

_Henry Street_ is indexed by the MLA.



Essays should not exceed 7000 words, and must follow MLA guidelines for
citation and presentation. All submissions, except poetry, should be
double-spaced on standard 8.5" x 11" bond. To facilitate our process of
anonymous reading, the author's name should not appear on the manuscript.

Send two copies of submissions, and include a self-addressed return
envelope accompanied either by Canadian stamps or international reply
coupons. Manuscripts submitted without SASE cannot be returned. The cover
letter must indicate the author's degree status and university affiliation.

Send your submission to:

_Henry Street_
Department of English
Dalhousie University
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3H 3J5

You can also send e-mail inquiries to henry.street@dal.ca. Please note
that this address is for inquiries only, not submissions.

*** We welcome submissions at any time, but the deadline for our next
*** issue is January 15, 1997.


Issue 5.2 includes:

* Carmela Delia Lanza, "Polar Bears, Theory, and Death"

* Nick Freeman, "An Appreciation of M. John Harrison"

* Justin D. Edwards, "Historicizing the Homosocial: Shifting Lesbian
Identities in _The Rainbow_"

* Linda Tucker, "Reading Abuse and the Law in _Regina v. Smith_"

Fiction by Steve Hayward; poetry by Kathy Mac; reviews, and more.