Open Calls for Papers
JNT welcomes submissions of individual papers, as well as proposals for guest-edited special issues.
Every third issue of JNT is a special issue, which is edited by a guest editor and covers a specific topic relating to narrative. Read about our mission and what we publish here.
Information and instructions for guest editors can be found here.
Proposals for special issues can be sent to JNT@emich.edu. These proposals should offer a brief description of what the proposed special issue would look like and be about; information such as potential contributors and specific focuses within the scope of the topic the issue would seek to explore would also be be helpful. For reference, see the proposal for our upcoming special issue "Narratologies of Science".
JNT is currently accepting abstracts for its upcoming special issue "Narrative Theory and Children's Literature". The deadline for abstracts is September 10th, 2022. More information can be found here.
Narratologies of Science, Vol 53.1 (2023, Forthcoming)
Edited by Daniel Newman
Socialist World Literature, Vol 52.3 (2022, Forthcoming)
Edited by Yanil He and Daniel Pratt
New Narrative, Vol 51.3 (2021)
Edited by Robin Tremblay-McGaw and Rob Halpern
Refugee Literature, Vol. 50.3 (2020)
Edited By Hadji Bakara
Bodies/Objects/Agents, Vol. 49.3 (2019)
Edited by Holly Dugan and Melissa J. Jones
Women’s Experimental Forms, Vol. 48.3 (2018)
Edited by Rowena Kennedy-Epstein
Dis/enabling Narratives, Vol 47.3 (2016)
Edited by Essaka Joshua
Consensual Empires, Vol. 44.3 (2014)
Edited by Nataša Kovačević
Muriel Rukeyser, Vol. 43.3 (2013)
Edited by Elisabeth Däumer
Decolonizing Narrative Theory, Vol. 42.3 (2012)
Edited by Sue J. Kim
Popular Shakespeares: Modes, Media, Bodies, Vol. 41.3 (2011)
Edited by Ayanna Thompson
Non/Narrative, Vol. 41.1 (2011)
Edited by Carla Harryman
Narrating Cities, Vol. 39.3 (2009)
Edited by Adam Hansen
Realism in Retrospect Volume 2, Vol. 38.1 (2008)
Edited by Audrey Jaffe and Abby Coykendall
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