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>From: "Christine Mains" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: International Association for the 
>Fantastic in the Arts Scholarship Award 
>(11/30/06; online publication)
>
>The International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts Announces its
>
>**1st Annual Award for the Best Non-English 
>Language Scholarly Essay on the Fantastic**
>
>We define the fantastic to include science 
>fiction, folklore, and related genres in 
>literature, drama, film, art and graphic design, 
>and related disciplines.
>
>Prize:  $250 U.S. and one yearís free membership 
>in the IAFA to be awarded at the International 
>Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts in March 
>2007
>Winning essay to be published online at the IAFA website
>
>Deadline: November 30, 2006
>
>Essays may be unpublished scholarship submitted 
>by the author, or already published work 
>nominated either by the author or another 
>scholar (in which case the authorís permission 
>should be obtained before submission). An 
>abstract in English must accompany all 
>submissions. Submissions may be made 
>electronically (preferred) in MS Word, Word 
>Perfect, or RTF format, or by mail.
>
>Please direct all inquiries and submissions to:
>
>Dale Knickerbocker
>Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
>East Carolina University
>Greenville, NC 27858
>USA
>
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>Fax: 252-328-6233
>
>A list of those who have volunteered to serve as 
>judges is listed at 
>http://wiz.cath.vt.edu/mt3/IAFA.News/archives/2006_07_09.html#a000192

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