Books

Affiliated Publications & Presses

SRPR (Spoon River Poetry Review)

The Spoon River Poetry Review

Produced continuously since 1974, the Spoon River Poetry Review publishes both open and closed poetry that ranges from the traditional to the avant-garde. Each issue of the journal features a selected Illinois poet alongside other established and emerging poets from around the nation and the world. Every fall issue includes the winners of the annual Editors’ Prize contest.

Publication Schedule: 1 issue per fall and spring semester

Editor: Kirsten Hotelling Zona

www.srpr.org

FC2 (Fiction Collective Two)

Fiction Collective Two (FC2)

Fiction Collective Two is among the few alternative presses in America devoted to publishing fiction con- sidered by America’s largest publishers too challenging, innovative, or heterodox for the commercial mi- lieu. A joint venture between the University of Utah and Illinois State University, FC2 is an imprint of the University of Alabama Press in Tuscaloosa.

Publication Schedule: 6 books per year

Board of Directors contact: Daniel Waterman

www.fc2.org

Illinois English Bulletin and the IATE Newsletter

Illinois English Bulletin and the IATE Newsletter

These two publications are produced for the Illinois Association of Teachers of English, a professional organization for Illinois teachers of English and the language arts. IATE provides a working network for the exchange of teaching tips, current research, and professional development, all of which are often shared in the Bulletin and Newsletter.

Bulletin Publication Schedule: 3 issues per year

Bulletin Editor: Janice Neuleib

Newsletter Publication Schedule: 2 issues per year

Newsletter Editor: Cris Embree

iateonline.org

Obsidian: Literature & Arts in the African Diaspora

Obsidian: Literature & Arts in the African Diaspora

Founded in 1975, Obsidian: Literature & Arts in the African Diaspora is a semiannual journal of contemporary poetry, fiction, drama, performance, and visual and media art by African/Black artists, with critical and scholarly writing by the general community on the subject of these creative works. To advance discourses engaging diasporic arts and letters, Obsidian regularly devotes issues to special topics.

Publication Schedule: 2 issues per year

Editor: Duriel E. Harris

about.illinoisstate.edu/obsidian

Theatre History Studies and Theatre Symposium

Theatre History Studies and Theatre Symposium

Theatre History Studies is devoted to research and excellence in all areas of theatre history and is the official journal of the Mid-American Theatre Conference, published by the University of Alabama Press. Since 1981, Theatre History Studies has provided critical, analytical, and descriptive articles on all aspects of the- atre history. The journal is devoted to disseminating the highest quality scholarly endeavors in order to promote understanding and discovery of world theatre history.

Theatre Symposium is a scholarly publication featuring select papers presented at the annual Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC) Theatre Symposium Event. This two-day conference focuses on a single schol- arly topic related to theatre.

Publication Schedule: 1 issue per year for each journal

Contact: Daniel Waterman

www.uapress.ua.edu/pages/TS.aspx

The Sinclair Lewis Society Newsletter

The Sinclair Lewis Society Newsletter

SLSN, a publication of the Sinclair Lewis Society, was formed to support the Society’s mission to encourage the study of, critical attention to, and general interest in the work, career, and legacy of Lewis.

Publication Schedule: 1 newsletter per fall and spring semester

Editor: Sally Parry

http://english.illinoisstate.edu/sinclairlewis