2009 PCAACA Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry

January 2, 2009

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Call for Papers
2009 PCAACA Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry
Area Location: Louisiana, United States

The 2009 PCAACA Poetry Studies & Creative Poetry Area chair is seeking two kinds of panelists. The first pertains to reading one’s own original work. You will have 15-20 minutes with a brief question and answer period. If you are interested in reading your own poetry: please send five sample poems with a brief letter to the listed physical address or send your proposal by email.

The other area concerns paper abstracts on populist American poets or other poets who have influenced American popular culture and/or poetry, past or present. This type of presentation will consist of reading a paper for 15-20 minutes including a brief question and answer period. Letters and one-paragraph abstracts for this kind of panel may be sent to the listed physical address or be sent by email.

Please include ALL of your contact information as well as your university affiliation with your submission.

Some useful information:

2009 National Popular Culture & American Culture Associations Conference: Thursday, April 8-Saturday, April 11, 2009

New Orleans Marriott, 555 Canal Street, New Orleans, Louisiana

Please be advised that conference participants must adhere to the rule of one presentation per person.

All writers of accepted proposals will be furnished with further information concerning conference registration, hotel accommodations, and other pertinent information.

Dr. Maura G. Cavell
Professor of English &
Director, LSU at Eunice Honors Program
Division of Liberal Arts/ Honors Program
P.O. Box 1129
Eunice, LA 70535
337-550-1328

Email: mcavell@lsue.edu
Visit the website at http://www.pcaaca.org

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