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Laboring On: Testimony, Theory & Transgressions of Black Mothering in Academia

Call for Papers Demeter Press is seeking submissions for an edited collection on Laboring On: Testimony, Theory & Transgressions of Black Mothering in Academia Editors: Sekile Nzinga-Johnson & Karen Craddock Pub Date: 2012/2013 This book aims to interrogate the intersecting …

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Writing It Real Summer/Fall 2010 Poetry & Essay Contest

Reading Period: August 1 – October 31, 2010 It’s a special kind of contest aimed at helping you develop your work. Everyone’s a winner because when you send in a draft, a free-write, or a piece you think may be …

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Undefined Magazine

undefined magazine wants to publish you in our summer reader Deadline for submissions June 7 Would you like to see your words on the pages of South Carolina’s premiere arts magazine? Of course you would. That’s why undefined magazine is …

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Being and Thinking as an Academic Mother

Being and Thinking as an Academic Mother: Theory and Narrative CALL FOR PAPERS FOR ONE-DAY SYMPOSIUM The Association for Research on Mothering (ARM) and the Simone de Beauvoir Institute at Concordia University will co-host a one-day symposium at the Simone …

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Literary Reflections Selected Short

Literary Reflections is pleased to present our featured writing prompt response from January. We asked, “Have you ever felt torn between the demands of work and domesticity and your personal need to create and write? What mountain did you have …

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Philosophical Inquiry into Pregnancy

Call for Papers Submit abstracts for papers or panels Approximately 750 words Due January 31, 2009, at 5:00 p.m. E-mail submissions or questions to PCM_Conference@yahoo.com Include a cover sheet with name, institution, department,and contact information. Document should be submitted in …

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An Interview With Elrena Evans and Caroline Grant

What’s it really like for mothers in academia? Writer Terry Dolson, Virginia mother of two, interviews Caroline Grant and Elrena Evans, the co-editors of Mama PhD about mothering in higher ed and the inspiration behind their collection of essays on the topic.

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A Special Issue of Women’s Studies Quarterly

Call for Papers: MOTHER Guest Editors: Nicole Cooley and Pamela Stone We have entered a motherhood moment–from celebrity mom baby-bump sightings to recent televised debates between “stay at home moms” and “working moms,” from “welfare mothers” to “Alpha moms,” images …

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Women Writing on Family: Writing, Publishing, and Teaching Tips by U.S. Women Writers

Seeking submissions for a book about women writing about family…. Foreword: Robbi Hess, Journalist, co-author, Complete Idiot’s Guide to 30,000 Baby Names (Penguin Books); Editor, Byline Magazine Afterword: Suzanne Bunkers, Professor of English, Minnesota State University, editor of Diaries of …

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skirt! Magazine

Skirt!® Magazine is looking for essay submissions: Contributor Guidelines for Writers/Authors Skirt!® Magazine 7 Radcliffe Street, Suite 302 Charleston, SC 29403 Phone: (843) 958-0027 Fax: (843) 958-0029 Email: editor@skirt.com We want every issue of Skirt!® to reflect the variety and …

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