Writing Texas 2013-2014

Writing Texas by Chappell and Robitaille

by Julie Chappell and Marilyn Robitaille

The 2013-14 issue of Writing Texas contains fiction, poetry, and nonfiction presented at the annual meeting of the Texas Association of Creative Writing Teachers.

For more information go to www.writingtexas.org (a website sponsored by Lamar University Press) On this site are some useful tidbits for writers: 1) an almost-complete list of Texas literary journals and 2) some excellent information on book review publishers.


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About the Author

Jim SandersonJulie A. Chappell received her Ph.D. from the University of Washington in Seattle in 1989. She is a professor of English and lives and writes in Central Texas. She is the editor and translator of The Prose Alexander of Robert Thornton (1992). With Kamille Stone Stanton, she has edited two collections of scholarly essays on eighteenth-century literature and culture, Transatlantic Literature in the Long Eighteenth Century and Spectacle, Sex, and Property in Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture (AMS Press). Her monograph, Perilous Passages: The Book of Margery Kempe, 1534-1934 was released by Palgrave Macmillan in September 2013. A new Palgrave volume, Women during the English Reformations: Renegotiating Gender and Religious Identity, which she co-edited with Kaley A. Kramer, was released in November 2014. Her collection of original poetry, Faultlines: One Woman's Shifting Boundaries, was published by Village Books Press in October 2013. A memoir of her years as "the sheriff's daughter," The Jail/House Rocked, is in progress.