Nebula 4.1 was launched last month and is available with unrestricted access at http://www.nobleworld. biz. We are now seeking submissions for Nebula 4.2 with the new deadline of June 12, 2007.
Literary journals and magazines
The editorial staff of the new peer-reviewed journal Ethnoscapes: An Interdisciplinary Journal on Race and Ethnicity in the Global Context invites submissions for its inaugural issue on the subject of ³Race and Coalition.² Ethnoscapes maps the development of important themes in the field of race and ethnic studies by using a ³classic² piece as a point of departure for a reconsideration of critical issues within the contemporary economic, political, and cultural terrain. While the classic piece establishes the thematic parameters of each issue, authors are under no obligation to actively engage the arguments posed by that work.
Stream of consciousness, fragmentation, multi-media experimentation, multiple perspectives, cityscapes, shifting boundaries of time and space, making it new, recycling the old. Modernism pursues new ways of seeing -- and often through the pages of children’s literature.
This special issue of _Children's Literature Association Quarterly_ invites submissions on any aspect of children's literature during the modernist period, 1890-1945. Topics may include:
New Writing: the International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing (MLM Publishers)
The journal seeks creative and critical work of the highest quality. Now published three times a year, New Writing publishes some of the best creative work from university and college creative writing programmes worldwide, alongside interviews with writers, articles about creative writing teaching methods and creative writing research, debates in the subject and analysis of the relationship between creative writing on campus and the relevant creative industries
Rapid development of information technology, the proliferation of transnational capital exchange, the broadening reach of mass media, labor subcontracting, large-scale consumption, and mass migration have opened up new pathways for the critical analysis of culture and identity formation. These developments are sometimes heralded as promising avenues of unbridled progress, which serve as resources for the emergence of new modes of knowledge, identity and cultural expression. But these developments also tend to conceal the reality of uneven development, which prompts us to question contemporary identity formation and construction, and its implications in everyday life, especially in so-called Third World countries.