Executive Committee:

Christopher Pexa, Jan. 2022 (2021 Ch.)
Margaret A. Noodin, Jan. 2023 (2021 Sec.)
Eric Gary Anderson, Jan. 2024
Angela Calcaterra, Jan. 2025
Kelly Wisecup, Delegate Assembly Representative, Jan. 2023

CFP International Fantastic Division for ICFA #40 (proposals due 10/31)

1 voice, 0 replies
Viewing 1 post (of 1 total)
  • Author
  • #1018070


    International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts #40

    March 2019

    Orlando, Florida

    CFP Deadline 10/31/18


    Please join us on March 13-16, 2019, for the International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts (ICFA) #40 in its theme of “Politics and Conflicts.”  We welcome ideas for papers and panels on science fiction, fantasy, fairytale, horror, or superhero stories, and on other works in speculative genres in literary, theatrical, TV/film, artistic, comic book, animation, videogame, or digital media. We especially invite work on Guest Scholar Mark Bould (Science Fiction Research Association Pilgrim Award recipient; author of many books of science-fiction scholarship [e.g., Science Fiction: The Routledge Film Guidebook]) and Guest Author G. Willow Wilson (winner, PEN Center award; Hugo-Award-winning writer, Ms. Marvel and Alif the Unseen).

    Through Oct. 31, 2018, the International Fantastic Division of the International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts (IAFA) is soliciting proposals for ICFA 2019 papers, sessions, creative readings, and other panels about the global fantastic in any media and discipline. We welcome international research and art about spiritual, fabulist, weird, and experimental expressions of the non-real/surreal, as well as about regional speculative and fantastic narratives distributed over commercial mass media. Our IF Division accepts academic proposals about global, decolonial, and indigenous texts by university and independent scholars; by translators, librarians, and researchers; and by graduate students in all fields. Artists of fantastic works may submit proposals to our Creative Track of writing, music, theater, film, and poetry sessions, as well as for panels on topics of interest to creative professionals. In March, we will meet at the Orlando Airport Marriott Lakeside to celebrate, debate, and deduce speculative fiction’s contributions to grasping the politics and conflicts of our past in their capacity to guide us toward more inclusive futures.

    For more on ICFA #40, see: https://www.fantastic-arts.org/annual-conference/. For proposal-related questions, contact the IAFA Division Heads (e.g., of the International Fantastic Division): https://www.fantastic-arts.org/about/governance/division-heads/

    To submit proposals by 10/31 see: https://www.fantastic-arts.org/icfa-submissions/.





    CFP International Fantastic Division, ICFA #40 2019 (Deadline 10/31)

    You must be logged in to view attached files.
Viewing 1 post (of 1 total)
  • Only members can participate in this group's discussions.