Courtney M Eckhardt cme at MIT.EDU
Wed Jul 26 14:54:01 EDT 2000

Ooh!  I don't suppose Deborah could be persuaded to submit her thesis?

Unless the university retains rights which I seem to remember they often
do with theses...


In message <NDBBJILFCLAKECNHBODEEEFICCAA.alex.mb at>, "Alex" writes:
>I thought people might be interested in this message from child lit.
>Date:    Tue, 25 Jul 2000 13:21:42 -0500
>From:    milliew <milliew at TROI.CSW.NET>
>Subject: Diana Wynne Jones
>Calling all Diana Wynne Jones scholars! A British publisher has
>expressed interest in a possible collection of essays about Jones. I
>need contributors who can send me a title and abstract for a proposed
>article as soon as possible. You wouldn't actually have to write the
>article yet. If the book proposal is accepted, someone will come after
>you with a big stick. The editors are open to any and all ideas about
>Jones's work, including her science fiction for adults, her place in the
>world of literature, her vast superiority over J. K. Rowling, etc. (We
>sold the publisher on the collection based on the current popularity of
>fantasy literature due to Harry Potter.) We would love to have
>contributors from Britain and the Commonwealth countries and from people
>of the male persuasion since most of our confirmed contributors are
>American females.
>    If you are interested, please e-mail any questions or abstracts to
>Donna R. White at the following address: milliew at And
>please forward this message to any person or list-serv that might be
>interested. I have only posted to child_lit.
>Donna R. White
>Department of English
>Arkansas Tech University
>Russellville, AR  72801
>e-mail: milliew at
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