Call for Contributions: The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia ofContemporary British and Irish Literature
We are writing to invite you to contribute to The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Contemporary British and Irish Literature.
The Encyclopedia will consist of articles on individual authors and themes, each of 6-7,000 words. Each article will be peer-reviewed and will represent an original contribution to research.
If you would be interested in producing an article, or have any queries, please let us know by email by 30 March, 2017. The attached summary provides detail regarding editorial guidelines, content and presentation. Please don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any further queries (email@example.com). If you choose to become a contributor we would ask for the delivery of a first draft by 31 October, 2017
With best wishes and thanks for your time,
Professor Richard Bradford, Ulster
Dr Stephen Butler, Ulster
Professor Madelena Gonzalez, Avignon
Dr James Ward, Ulster
Dr. Fiona Peters is Reader in Crime Fiction at Bath Spa University in the UK. She is a Patricia Highsmith scholar and is director of the Captivating Criminality project.