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>From: "Clegg, Cyndia" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: CFP: Pacific Coast Philology: History of the Book (3/1/05;
>journal issue)
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>CALL FOR PAPERS
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>SPECIAL ISSUE OF PACIFIC COAST PHILOLOGY:
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>LITERATURE AND THE HISTORY OF THE BOOK
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>PAMLA's journal, Pacific Coast Philology, will publish a special issue on
>literature and the history of the book. Papers are invited on literary
>relationships to aspects of print and manuscript culture. Topics include,
>but are not limited to, reading practices, relations between writers and
>publishers, the material book, publishing practices, authorship, censorship,
>textual transmission, relationships between oral culture and the cultures of
>writing and print, literature in the electronic age.
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>Please send inquiries and submissions to
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>Professor Beverly Voloshin
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>Department of English
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>San Francisco State University
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>1600 Holloway Avenue
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>San Francisco, CA 94132
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>Inquiries may also be sent via email to  <mailto:[log in to unmask]>
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>The deadline for submission is 1 March 2005. The special issue will appear
>at the beginning of 2006.
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>Guidelines for submission. Pacific Coast Philology follows a policy of blind
>submission: authors are asked to submit their essays in triplicate with the
>author's name on the cover sheet only. Essays should be between 4,500 and
>8,000 words in length (there is flexibility at the upper end), and in
>format, they should follow the most recent MLA Style Manual.
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