Caribbean Women’s Short Fiction: Special Journal issue

Short Fiction in Theory and Practice 6.1  is a special issue on Caribbean Women’s Short Fiction, guest-edited by Suzanne Scafe and Aisha Spencer, including new fiction, interviews, reviews  and articles from international writers and scholars.

Short Fiction in Theory and Practice 3:1

The latest volume of the peer-reviewed journal includes a selection of articles on narration in the short story from the conference ‘The Singer, Not the Song’ , including articles on Annie Proulx, Primo Levi, Can Xue and Scottish crime writers, plus more on Janette Turner Hospital and a practice-based essay by Graham Mort.  More on http://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals../view-issue,id=2544/

Short Fiction in Theory & Practice special issue Figure of the Author

Following the conference co-organized between the University of Angers and Edge Hill University on The Figure of the Author in the Short Story in English April 2011, a special double issue of Short Fiction in Theory and Practice (co-edited with the Journal of the Short Story in English) is out now.

http://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals/view-Journal,id=196/