Call for papers: New Approaches to the Romance Novel

From Teach Me Tonight, the blog collective of a small and intelligent group of romance writers/readers who are also academics:

Sadly, academic criticism and theory of the romance—whether literary criticism, sociological analysis, editorial theory, or feminist scrutiny—has not kept up with the changes in the genre. Janice Radway’s sociological evaluation of romance readers and literary analysis of the romance genre is more than twenty years out-of-date, written before any of the changes that define the modern romance had evolved. Dangerous Men and Adventurous Women, edited by best-selling romance author Jayne Ann Krentz, is an invaluable tool for the romance critic, but is now more than ten years old and never claimed to be academic. It is well past time for a volume of sophisticated, rigorous, and romance-positive academic analyses of romance.

For more, go to Teach Me Tonight.

Before I forget:  Amazon included In the Midnight Rain in an October special, so it's
This morning I was scouring the internet for some new ideas for dishes to experiment
Jack had to have a bit of surgery this week (he's fine, he's fine!) and
At CR's urging, I decided to give the deconstruction of fish & chips a try. 
Tonight, the chefs were asked to deconstruct a classic dish.   One of them was fish
Before I forget:  Amazon included In the Midnight Rain in an October special, so it's
This morning I was scouring the internet for some new ideas for dishes to experiment
Jack had to have a bit of surgery this week (he's fine, he's fine!) and
At CR's urging, I decided to give the deconstruction of fish & chips a try. 
Tonight, the chefs were asked to deconstruct a classic dish.   One of them was fish

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