A Romanian Editor seeking material on Stephen Gill’s Novel The Coexistence
17 Jul 2013
Associate professor Dr. Olimpia Iacob is editing a book on The Coexistence, a novel, by Stephen Gill. She invites scholars, historians, sociologists, politicians and writers of other genres to submit material. Editor is looking for anything worthwhile. The material would be translated into Romanian language, and published in a book in Europe. Material of Romanian language will be translated into English and its English edition will be published separately by a respectable publisher in Canada or India. Eachcontributor will receive a free complimentary copy of the book. The Romanian edition of the novel the Coexistence has been released by Cassian Maria Spiridon, Romania. (email@example.com).
Set in Canada and India, the novel the Coexistence provides a blueprint to live and let live. Several research papers have been already published.
Please visit the site (www.stephengillcriticsm.info) to read some of them. The last date to receive material is the 15th of September 2013. Research papers should conform to the MLA Style Sheet, and be submitted by email in MS Word (Ariel) at the following address:
Dr. Olimpia Iacob has translated Stephen Gill’s poems and his epical work the Flame with the help of her students. They were released by Cassian Maria Spiridon, Romania. The same publisher has released also the Romanian version of the Coexistence. Dr. Olimpia Iacob is an Associate Professor with the Department of Modern Languages at Vasile Goldis West University of Arad, Romania. She graduated from the Faculty of Letters of the Al. I.Cuza University (Iasi) with a doctorate on the theory of translation. Her interests include poetics, linguistics, stylistics, and translation studies. She is a member of the Writers’ Union of Romania.
Some material on Stephen Gill and research papers on the Coexistence are available on his web sites listed below: