Ignatius Press is looking for authors for their critical editions.
We are looking for critical essays for the next batch of Ignatius Critical Editions. The first six titles have now been published… The third and fourth batches are being edited and we are now ready to accept essays for the fifth batch. The five titles for which we are making this call for papers are as follows:
Romeo and Juliet
A Tale of Two Cities
Essays should be written in accordance with the Chicago Manual of STyle (15th edition) from a tradition-oriented critical perspective and should be between 3,000 and 5,000 words long. Contributors will be paid 10 cents per word for accepted essays if the work is previously unpublished and a payment of $100 will be made for previously published essays. Deadline for receipt of all essays will be July 1st, 2009.
The series editor is Joseph Pearce. His email address is:
his name with a period between it
avemaria dot edu
Â I wrote a paper on Gulliver’s Travels and thoroughly enjoyed both the intellectual stimulation and the excuse to work on one of my favorite literary masterpieces.