I submitted two proposals. One was a paper I presented at the Witching Hour in 2005, and the other was a paper I had been planning to present at the Mid-atlantic Popular Culture Conference last fall (I was unable to attend). I haven't heard a peep yet, and I'd really like to know, since I need to make revisions to one article and finish the other one; my typing is pretty slow these days with a baby on one arm!
I wonder if they have looked at McFarland as a publisher? It's a small but successful scholary press, and my husband and I have both published there with good results. They market largely to libraries.
Jason Fisher <visualweasel@...
> Has anyone else submitted proposals for this
> collection and found out whether or not your
> essay will be used?
Yes, I submitted a proposal, and they've just emailed to tell me that they liked it and do, in fact, want to the see the full essay. This doesn't constitute a final acceptance, of course, but it's close enough to one for practical purposes. There will probably be a fair amount of flexibility on their part anyway, since (as I understand it), they don't have a publisher yet. They have several interested, but they hadn't inked a deal the last I heard.
Have you heard, or are you waiting to hear? Anybody else?
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