Call for Papers: Affect and the Short Story (Cycle)  The Journal of the Short Story in English announces a call for papers for an upcoming special section—“Affect and the Short Story (Cycle)”  The guest editors are interested in papers addressing how the field of Affect Studies can help inform the ways we read short stories and the ways we theorize about formal and generic labels like the Short Story and, especially, the Short Story Cycle. We are also interested in papers that make use of short story or short story theory in ways that might inform our understanding of the transmission and operation of affectRead More →

Call for Articles for a special issue of the Journal of Short Stories in English devoted to D. H. Lawrence Guest editors: Christine Zaratsian (Aix-Marseille Université) and Shirley Bricout (Montpellier III) Transgressing Borders and Borderlines  This special issue aims at bringing into focus the patterns of transgression which map out borders and borderlines as well as in-between territories in D. H. Lawrence’s shorter fiction. The characters he stages within the boundaries of the stories evolve along patterns of harmony and discord which lead them to transgress limits as they “seek that invisible and promised territory, that country that does not exist but that [they bearRead More →