British journal of poetry and work

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It offers a timely and much-needed re-examination of the relationship between work and poetry.

Individual chapters address issues such as the many professions, occupations, and tasks of poets beyond and around writing; poetry’s special relationship with ‘craft’; work’s relationship with gender, class, race, disability; how work gets recognised or rendered invisible in aesthetic production and beyond; the work of poetry and the work of political activism and organising; and the notion of poetry itself as a space where work and play can blur, and where postwork imaginaries can be nurtured and explored.







Country:
Great Britain
Indexing:
Web of Science

Requirements
The volume of the article:
from 8 to 12 pages
Annotation volume:
up to 250 words
Publication Dates:
(after the adoption of the article by the publication)
from 2.5 to 4 months after the approval of the article for publication
Hirsch index:
53
Quartile:
2
Price (USD):
885

Additional services
Translation of 1 page of text (1800 characters):
(USD)
10

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