Call For Papers
A sequel to the Queering Fantastika issue, this is an open call for papers for a special issue of Fantastika Journal which will explore the queer side of Arthurian tales, adaptations, and fan-works including any and all media, whether directly adapting or only alluding to Camelot and Grail narratives. This issue will present a multivalent approach and is seeking both critical and critical practice-based research on this subject.
The body remains at the forefront of cultural and social politics, particularly in terms of autonomy, authority, and ownership. This digital symposium which will be held on 12 November 2022 seeks to investigate Fantastika media as a platform through which to represent, engage, and challenge such perspectives, focusing on moments of transgressions against or enacted by the body.
Bodily Transgressions in Fantastika Media
Who are the unsung heroes of fantastical literature? Who deserves to be recognised for their significant contribution to contemporary Anglophone Fantastika literature but are pushed out of the limelight? This edited companion to fantastical literature hopes to address gaps in research by bringing together considerations of important but underexamined authors and artists.
General Issue of Fantastika Journal
The journal welcomes submissions throughout the year regardless of theme or topic as long as the content is relevant to Fantastika in some manner or form. Please refer to our submissions guidelines. Accepted submissions will be published in our next upcoming general issue.
Fantasy Literature: A Companion
This companion seeks to update and address underexamined areas of fantasy fiction, with the chief aim to provide a global introduction to English-language and English-translation fantasy fiction with a focus on the contemporary written word (narrative prose) produced in late 20th and early 21st century.
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