ALA 2022 (Chicago)

The William Carlos Williams Society will host two panels at the American Literature Association’s 33rd Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, May 26-29, 2022 

Panel 1 William Carlos Williams, Modernism, and the Little Magazines

We welcome proposals focused on Williams’s essays, reviews, and editorial contributions, most especially Williams and Poetry magazine. How did Williams’s publications and/or contributions to periodicals define, shape, or challenge literary modernism? 

Panel 2 New Directions: Williams Studies in the Twenty-First Century

We invite proposals on any aspect of Williams studies. We are especially interested in new approaches or directions in the study of Williams in the twenty-first century.

Submit 500-word abstract to Mark C. Long ( by January 25, 2022. For further information on the conference, consult the web page of the American Literature Association Annual Conference

Mark C. Long
Professor Emeritus
Keene State College
Vice President, William Carlos Williams Society

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