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David Johnson <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 22 Apr 2009 11:51:31 -0500
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Literature/Film Quarterly
Call For Papers
No Deadline

Literature/Film Quarterly is the longest-standing international journal in 
adaptation studies, a field of inquiry into the ways that films are adapted from 
literature, history and other films. The journal invites submissions on specific 
text and film adaptations, the wide-ranging intertextuality of literature and 
film, the intersection of different media as they relate to adaptation studies, 
adaptation theory, teaching adaptation, interviews with film and literary 
figures on the process of adaptation, reviews of both current film adaptations 
and books on adaptation and/or cinema, and responses to any articles and 
reviews published in Literature/Film Quarterly.  

Articles should ordinarily be limited to 5,000 words; reviews to 1,500.  The 
New MLA Style must be followed for documenting sources and listing them in 
Works Cited.  If possible, supply stills or frame enlargements of the films 
discussed.  Enclose two printed copies of the manuscript and an additional 
copy on CD (with manuscript saved as text file in one of these versions:  
Microsoft Word 98, 2000, 2003, or 2007). Send articles to The Editors, 
Literature/Film Quarterly, Salisbury University, 1101 Camden Ave., Salisbury, 
MD 21801, USA.  Please include all contact information as well as the title of 
the essay on a separate cover sheet.
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