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>Subject: CFP: Transverse: Comparative Literature Journal (grad)
>(1/25/07; journal issue)
>Transverse, a graduate literary journal of the Centre for Comparative
>Literature at the University of Toronto, invites submissions of
>essays, literary reviews, and creative writing (short stories, poetry,
>short plays) for the next issue, to be published in Spring 2007.
>Transverse is a paper-based journal with a pdf version available
>on-line at www.chass.utoronto.ca/complit/journal.htm
>- Literary criticism: essays from 3,000 to 4,000 words. Topic:
>Translation: from Imitatio to Literary Influence. We are interested in
>contributions dealing with translation as a seminal factor in the
>intersection between national literatures. How can we revaluate
>translation in light of the present state of comparative literature?
>Please submit proposals including a 400-word abstract and your
>- Literary reviews: we are accepting reviews on recent books (2005,
>2006). Since this section complements the previous one, we ask for
>titles that are relevant to the topic of translation, ranging from
>theoretical studies to new translations or revised editions of
>literary works. Please first send the title of the book to be reviewed
>and a very short justification for the proposal. If accepted, the
>final review would be 500-700 words.
>- Creative writing: short stories, poetry, and short plays are
>welcome. This section is not monographic and we will consider a range
>of contributions in various languages (contact us via email for
>language-specific requirements). We ask that you limit your
>submissions to either four poems or eight pages of prose. The work
>must be unpublished and not be due for publication in 2007.
>Deadline for literary criticism/reviews: Jan. 25, 2007
>Creative writing submissions are accepted throughout the academic year.
>Submissions may be submitted by e-mail to [log in to unmask]
>The preferred format is an MS Word document, sent as an e-mail attachment.
>Hard-copy submissions should be sent in duplicate, clearly typed,
>double-spaced, page numbered and with name and address on each piece to:
>Centre for Comparative Literature
>University of Toronto
>93 Charles Street West, 3rd floor,
>Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1K9
>Unfortunately, due to the volume of submissions we receive, it will
>not be possible to return manuscripts.
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