CFP: Don West as Metaphor for Change in Appalachia (4/1/07; anthology)
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS:
University Press of North Georgia (Mission Statement below)
North Georgia College & State University
The University Press of North Georgia is devoting its second publication to topics exploring transformation of communities and community members in the Southern Appalachia region and is seeking submissions for publication. We invite you to submit scholarly articles and essays, poetry, artwork, or interviews for scholarly review. Recognizing the work of native Georgian, Don West, the editors of this book will pay tribute to his life work, developing it as a metaphor for transformation of the Southern Appalachian community.
Suggested topics: Social Justice/The Good Life for All, Environmental Justice, Economic Justice, The Simplification of Our Ways of Living, Education/The Freeing of the Imagination, Civil Rights, The Global Citizen, The Impact/Cultural Impact of Globalization on the Southern Appalachian Community, The Artist as Activist
Deadline: April 1, 2007
Please send three double-spaced copies of your manuscript to:
Dr. B. J. Robinson, Editor,
The University Press of North Georgia
Dahlonega, GA 30597.
The writer's name should appear only on the cover letter, not on any of the copies. Please allow three to four months for a decision on publication.