The CFP for the 2021 annual conference, "Regeneration and Reflection," is posted to our Annual Conferences page.
The conference remains online for 2021. Held on October 8 and 9, and coordinated by Dr. Cynthia Leenerts, Dr. Jan Selving, and Dr. Jasmine Villa at East Stroudsburg University, our annual conference features important work and discussion by English faculty and students from across the PASSHE system. Go check out the CFP and join us as we meet in October!
As we near the end of the first month of 2021, we hear at EAPSU hope that your semesters are off to a good start. To that end, the editors of our journal, Impost, have issued a 2021 Call for Submissions, which you can find here and under the website's journal tab. Please see the call and be sure to share widely. If you have questions, please be sure to contact the editors, AD Stuart and Timothy Ruppert.
As our conference nears, we are all getting excited here at EAPSU. We look forward to seeing you this weekend. To that end, we have posted an updated conference schedule in the Annual Conferences section of the website. It includes some additions and other modifications, so please take a look.
With our annual conference fast approaching, many thanks to those of you who have registered on the site so far. If you haven't registered yet, please do at your earliest convenience. You will also see, on our Annual Conferences page, that we have a preliminary schedule for the conference. Be sure to check it out.
As we settle into the new world of this unusual semester, please take a moment to check out the latest issue of our journal, Impost. You can find it under the journal tab here on the website. You will see that it is a wonderful offering of scholarly, critical and creative work. Many thanks to editor Brent House and his team on a wonderful issue.
We here at EAPSU hope that you are all healthy and doing as well as possible in these uncertain times. And we hope that your fall semesters have gotten off to a good start.
We are looking forward to our first online conference, which will be held from Oct. 22-Oct. 24, 2020. Details for the conference will be forthcoming, but thank you all for a wonderful array of submissions. Also, please continue to be submitting your work to our journal, Impost, and direct questions to editor Brent House, or any member of the editorial board. We have updated the contact information on the journal's site on this website. Please do check it out. A new issue is in the works.
Reach out to any of our EAPSU board members with questions as we move ahead in this unusual semester. We want to be here as a forum for productive discussion and support. Be well.
We are all looking forward to our conference at Mansfield University next month. To that end, you can now register on the site under the annual conference tab here on the website. See the special Mansfield conference website for additional details. We can't wait to see all your research next month.
We hope that the summer is treating everyone well and we're glad to see some great proposals coming in for the 2019 EAPSU fall conference, held this year at Mansfield University from Oct. 24-Oct. 26. We have extended the deadline for proposals until Aug. 15 and the call for papers can be found here. The current schedule can and details can be found on the conference website: https://www.mansfield.edu/eapsu/index.cfm
Keep those great faculty and student proposals coming!
We here at EAPSU hope that you are having a great semester and that you are looking forward to spring like we are. To that end, in the interest of planning ahead, please see the Annual Conferences page of the website for the recently released Call for Papers for our 2019 Fall Conference, which will be held Oct. 24-Oct. 26 at Mansfield University. The deadline for submissions is July 15. On the page, you will also find information on our undergraduate creative writing competition. Be sure to share with all interested colleagues and students.
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