ESTSF seeks readable articles derived from your teaching experience with no endnotes or works cited page OR longer articles that are documented with endnotes and a works cited page. We avoid abstract theory. ESTSF seeks to be practical in its emphasis on pedagogy and applied theory. Suggested length: 500-5000 words.
While the fall 2005 issue of ESTSF will focus on Cather's short fiction, we welcome articles on other short fiction writers. Previous featured writers include Bobbie Ann Mason, Jack London, Flannery O'Connor, John Updike, Mark Twain, and Ray Bradbury.
ESTSF is a peer reviewed journal indexed in the Modern Language Association International Bibliography.
Submit essays in Microsoft Word format via email attachment or by two hard copies via US Mail.
The deadline for submissions is September 15, 2005.
|Loren Logsdon, Editor
Eureka Studies in Teaching Short Fiction
300 E. College Ave.
Eureka, IL 61530-1500