>From: "Brajesh Sawhney" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: Journal of Drama Studies call for reviews (5/1/07;
>Journal of Drama Studies: An International Journal of European and
>Anglo-American Drama continues to accept book reviews on an
>ongoing basis on works relating to European and Anglo-American drama and
>theatre. In order to be considered for the next issue
>the deadline is 1 May, 2007.
>We are interested in book reviews of and about European and Anglo-American
>drama. We are
>also interested in reviews of books on theatre of the aboriginals and
>Natives. The reviews
>should be between 1,000 and 1,500 words in length. The reviews may be on
>either contemporary or historical examples of the genres. If historical,
>the review should reflect at least a passing familiarity with past
>critical perspectives on the work and contribute new insights. For reviews
>of books that are not recent publications, reviews should consider why
>the book is worth re-examining at this time (e.g., as a teacher's
>resource, as a writer's resource, and so on).
>Reviewers should also indicate why they are qualified to review the
>material and should be sensitive to conflicts of interest.
>For the present issue reviewers should propose books they would like to
>They must provide their own copies.
>For book review submissions:
>* Length: 1,000-1,500 words
>* E-mail a Microsoft Word attached file of the piece to:
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>OTHER SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
>* Supply "Clean" MicrosoftWord electronic copies upon acceptance.
>* We offer no compensation for published work.
>* Published book reviewers will receive one copy of the journal.
>* For book reviews citing sources: use a discipline-appropriate style
>* Use end notes.
>Book Review Editor
>Journal of Drama Studies
>Department of English
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