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wheeler dixon <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 8 Mar 1995 19:49:38 CST
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In response to this posting:>
> Jim Welsh, editor of the Literature/Film Quarterly, has asked me to post this
> announcement:
> **Contributors Needed for Novel into Film Survey**
> John Tibbetts and Jim Welsh have secured a contract for an encyclopedic survey
> of novels into film to be published by Facts on File in New York in 1996.  The
> entries will vary in length from 500 to 1000 to 1500 words, depending on the
> importance of the novel or film treated. Initial assignments for about half of
> the title were made after a meeting explaining the project at the 1994
> Conference at Towson State University, but nearly 200 titles are still to be
> assigned.  Anyone interested in participating in this project is invited to
> write to John Tibbetts at 6024 Maple, Mission, KS 66202.  The deadline for the
> first round of entries is July 15, 1995.  A listing of available titles will
> sent upon request.
> Kathryn Kalmanson
> Salisbury State University
I received a list of possible topics from John Tibbets, and suggested
some novels into film I would like to tackle, but have heard no word
back yet. I would appreciate hearing from whomever is responsible on
this project.
Wheeler Winston Dixon, Chair
Film Studies