>From: "Andrea Engels" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: Call for Grad Poetry 06/15/06
>Call for Poetry
>From: Andrea Engels, graduate student, University of Cincinnati,
>Department of German Studies
>It is a fact that all of us have a skeleton in our drawers. It might be
>found right next to our scholarly publications, and it might be this one
>poem you started working on a while ago and never did anything with.
>The Occasional Papers published by the German-American Studies Program
>at the University of Cincinnati would like to invite graduate students
>from anywhere in the world to send us your 'skeletons.' Poems that are
>accepted by the editorial committee will appear in an issue of the above
>mentioned series and in dual-language format. You may submit your poetry
>in German and, if it is accepted for publication, have our team
>translate it for you, or just submit the original along with an English
>translation. The team, consisting of Prof. Jerry Glenn and two graduate
>students, Susanne Koch and Andrea Engels, will evaluate the poetry for
>publication and, if necessary, prepare an English translation.
>Please forward this message to your graduate students.
>We are very much looking forward to your submissions!
>Please submit your poetry to the following email address:
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>by June 15, 2006.
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