CFP: Literature Compass Graduate Prize
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 18.0573 Monday, 3 September 2007
From: Bowling Kivmars <
Date: Monday, 3 Sep 2007 14:25:43 +0100
Subject: CFP: 2007 Literature Compass Graduate Prize - October 15th
Unique in both range and approach, Literature Compass
(http://www.literature-compass.com) is an online-only journal publishing
peer-reviewed survey articles from across the entire discipline.
The editors of Literature Compass are now inviting submissions for the
2007 Graduate Essay Prize.
Win $200/?100 of free Blackwell books and have your article published in
There will be a prize-winning graduate essay for each of the 9 sections
on Literature Compass:
Twentieth Century and Contemporary
NOTE: The Renaissance prize is sponsored by the Society for Renaissance
Studies. In addition to $200/?100 of free Blackwell books and
publication in Literature Compass, the Renaissance section winner will
receive a cheque for $200/?100 and have their essay published in the
Bulletin of the Society for Renaissance Studies.
DEADLINE: 15 October, 2007.
The prize is open to all graduate students engaged in study at a college
or university after their first degree and having not yet completed
Those entering can choose their own topic; however, as with articles
already published on Literature Compass, submitted essays should have a
survey element, putting the chosen topic in context for the
non-specialist. The incorporation of advanced graduate work is strongly
The upper word limit is 5000 words, INCLUDING endnotes and bibliography.
Literature Compass Graduate Essays should be submitted by email as a
Word document to:
Graduates must specify:
- which section they are entering their essay for
- provide the details of their affiliation
- provide their supervisor's name and email address
Only one entry per person.
Winners will be announced at the 2007 MLA conference.
For more information, please go to www.literature-compass.com.
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