The Society publishes a biannual magazine, The Call, which features short articles, announcements, news about member activities, book collecting information, photographs, notices of recent publications, reviews, and research notes. It is indexed by the Library of Congress and mailed out in late winter and late summer each year. Kenneth Brandt, Savannah College of Art and Design, serves as editor of The Call. For more information on submissions, contact him by e-mail.
Current and Back issues in .pdf format are available online.
My name is Matthew S. Reichenberg and I am a recent graduate of Georgia State University. I just finished a paper for my History final entitled, “Jack London and Ernest Hemingway: Reflections of Drinking Culture in Late 19th and Early 20th Century America”. I was wondering if I could send my paper in for any scholarly interests. It deals with how London was demonized for his drinking due to cultural issues (i.e. Temperance etc.) while Hemingway was glorified due to changing cultural issues such as the repeal of the 18th Amendment and it really struck me as quite interesting. Just thought I’d give it a try and see if anyone would be interested in reading it. Thank you for your time.
Matthew S. Reichenberg
Matthew, we don’t currently have a publication feature at the web site for papers, although that may be added in the future. The editor to contact would be Kenneth Brandt, whose email appears above.
Thanks for writing and for your interest in the Jack London Society.
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