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Atwood-L is a mailserv list dedicated to the consideration of the literary, political, and cultural works and ideas of the Canadian author Margaret Atwood. Sponsored by the Margaret Atwood Society, an international association of scholars, teachers, students, and others who share an interest in the work of Margaret Atwood, this list seeks to provide an electronic forum for the exchange of ideas, opinions and information related to Atwood with the aim of encouraging the teaching and reading of Atwood's works. In addition, Atwood-L hopes to foster more effective research on Atwood and disseminate that research more widely.
Atwood-L seeks participation not just by academic scholars who study Atwood professionally, but also by high-school, college and university teachers and students, librarians, bibliographers, literary and rare-book collectors, journalists, creative writers and others who may want to learn more about Atwood's work and share ideas and information. Participants are encouraged to post queries, comments, critiques, reviews, or concerns. They are also invited to share successes (and failures) with teaching or studying Atwood in the classroom. In addition, Atwood-L subscribers can use the list to announce conferences, place calls for conference papers or book submissions, announce the publication of new books on Atwood, and provide information about recent Atwood scholarship.
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Thomas B. Friedman
Department of English
University College of the Cariboo
Kamloops, B.C. Canada V2C 5N3
Phone: (250) 828-5260
Fax: (250) 371-5697
Source: The Canadian Literature Archive
THE MARGARET ATWOOD SOCIETY is an international association of scholars, teachers, students, and others who share an interest in the work of Margaret Atwood. The Society's main goal is to promote scholarly study of Atwood's work by providing opportunities for members to exchange information and ideas; as an official MLA-Allied Organization, it meets annually in conjunction with the Modern Languages Association convention.
The Society publishes two issues of its newsletter per year, with the spring issue including a comprehensive annotated bibliography of the preceding year's publications by and about Margaret Atwood. Membership is for a calendar year and includes a subscription to the newsletter.
Please send the following information and $10.00
(international money order, or cheque drawn on a US or Canadian bank) to:
Mary Kirtz, Department of English
University of Akron
Make cheques out to "The Margaret Atwood Society."
Please send information for the newsletter to the editor:
Fax (513) 529-1392
The editor welcomes the submission of brief articles or review articles.
Margaret Atwood's works copyright © to the author.