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The Virginia Woolf Miscellany has issued a call for papers for its 83rd issue, which will be published in spring 2013 on the theme of Virginia Woolf and literary genre.

The publication  invites short essays (up to 2,500 words) on the relationship between Woolf and literary genre, a category that includes the novel, the short story, the essay, poetry, drama and biography, as well as more specific genres such as lyric, epic, verse drama, elegy, satire, detective fiction, etc.

Potential topics include Woolf’s definition of a particular genre, her adherence to or challenging of generic conventions, her blending of genres, her relationship to writers of a particular genre and her work’s reception in varied genres.

Please send submissions to both guest editors Sara Sullam and Emily Kopley at sara.sullam@gmail.com and emily.kopley@gmail.com by June 1.

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