Academic journal article Flannery O'Connor Review

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Academic journal article Flannery O'Connor Review

From the Editor

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Welcome to the Flannery O'Connor Review, which is highlighted this year by a special feature, guest edited by Doug Davis, on science and technology in relation to O'Connor. The special feature also served as the inspiration for this issue's cover, created by Roe Sellers, an MFA student at Georgia College who is a veteran of Peter Selgin's graduate course at Georgia College on designing and editing journals. The series of binary that makes this collage, Sellers has explained to me, spells out "Flannery O'Connor Review Volume 15 2017."

Call for Papers: Bruce Henderson in the Department of Communication Studies at Ithaca College requests submissions for a special feature for the Review, a special feature to be called "'Never Been Anywhere but Sick': Disability Studies and Flannery O'Connor." A wide range of submissions are invited, from biographical and cultural/ historical examinations of O'Connor's work, life, and times; to studies that probe intersectionalities between "crip" identity and other axes, such as "queer," critical race studies, popular culture, religious studies and theology, and performance studies; to what are called "discrit" perspectives on O'Connor. Manuscripts should be under 10,000 words and should be submitted by 1 June 2018. For more info, contact Henderson at henderso@ithaca.edu.

O'Connor Society: Mark Graybill is the new President of The Flannery O'Connor Society, and Colleen Warren is the new Vice President and Editor of the Society's online newsletter, Cheers! Warren invites news items, calls for papers, and offers to serve as guest bloggers. You may contact Warren at clwarren@taylor.edu. …

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