Short Fiction in Theory & Practice
ISSN: 20430701
Online ISSN: 2043071X
First published in 2011
2 issues per volume
Current Issue:
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Principal Editor
Ailsa Cox
Edge Hill University
coxa@edgehill.ac.uk

Associate Editors
Alison MacLeod
University of Chichester
A.MacLeod@chi.ac.uk

Alan Wall
University of Chester
a.wall@chester.ac.uk

Aims & Scope
Short Fiction in Theory and Practice is an interdisciplinary journal celebrating the current resurgence in short-story writing and research. Looking at short fiction from a practice-based perspective, it explores the poetics of short-story writing, adaptation, translation and the place of the short story in global culture.

While all submissions are peer-reviewed, we aim to be inclusive. Contributions are welcome from individuals who do not consider themselves academics, and may take the form of personal commentaries, reflections, interviews and reviews, as well as conventional essays. We are pleased to consider proposals from those publishing or promoting the short story, as well as from short-story writers.

Abstracting and Indexing

Poetry and Short Story Reference Center, International Bibliography of Periodical Literature in the Humanities and Social Sciences (IBZ) and International Bibliography of Book Reviews in Scholarly Literature in the Humanities and Social Sciences (IBR), MLA and Ulrich’s.
 

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