We are delighted to share a call for submissions for Alluvium, a partner journal of the British Association of Contemporary Literary Studies. Alluvium is an open access journal featuring short essays of around 2000-3000 words on key issues and emerging trends in 21st century writing and criticism. The journal publishes six issues a year, employing a system of post-publication by the engaged commentariat on the message boards of the journal’s website, enabling vital current ideas to find a rapid readership.View More Alluvium General Call for Papers 2021
Deadline: 30 November 2020 Picture by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash Mark Z. Danielewski’s pentalogy The Familiar, published between 2015 and 2017, is likely the most audacious…View More Call for Contributions: Special issue on Mark Z. Danielewski’s The Familiar. Orbit.
We invite proposals for articles in our Autumn 2020 issue of Alluvium: Contemporary Representations of Homelessness The deadline for abstracts is the 15th of September…View More Call for Proposals: Articles on Contemporary Representations of Homelessness
We invite proposals for our April 2020 issue on the idea of ‘the centre’ in contemporary literature.View More CfP Alluvium 8.2: Locating the Centre in Contemporary Literature
We invite proposals for our December special issue: Contemporary Storytelling and Seriality: Production, Consumption, Reception. The deadline for abstracts is now extended to 23 October and…View More Contemporary Storytelling & Seriality: Extended CfP.
Alluvium is an open access journal featuring short essays of around 2000 words on key issues and emerging trends in 21st century writing and criticism. The…View More CfP Alluvium 7.6: Contemporary Storytelling and Seriality
Call For Papers for the Alluvium Panel at English: Shared Futures, Manchester 2020.View More Alluvium Panel at English: Shared Futures
After a short hiatus, we are delighted to share a call for submissions for the relaunch of Alluvium as a partner journal of the British Association of Contemporary Literary Studies.View More Call for Articles