Re: Studies in Short Fiction Ken Siegert 19 Mar 2007 15:30 UTC

Good news!

I was finally able to speak to someone at the English Dept at FSU (I
was put through to the department chair).  Prof. O'Shea's goal is to
begin publishing in August 2007.  It's not a guarantee, but at least
there's a date.  I was also told that Prof. O'Shea has collected a
lot of information to publish, and that publication should pick-up
where it left off.  The dept chair asked that I hold off on making
any further inquiries until after August.



On Feb 16, 2007, at 3:09 PM, Kemp, Rebecca wrote:

> Hi, folks- I have to apologize to you all for giving you information
> about a different title, Twayne Publisher's Studies in Short
> Fiction.  I
> was corrected by my library's EBSCO rep.  This is what I found out
> about
> Studies in Short Fiction, originally published by Newberry College,
> Newberry, SC, 0039-3789: it ceased being published by Newberry College
> with the 1999 volume, and Associate Prof. Michael O'Shea of English,
> Fayetteville State U., bought it out.  His contact info is listed in
> FSU's directory as, 910-672-2150, but EBSCO has not
> had any luck trying to contact him.
> Sorry for any confusion I may have caused.
> --Rebecca
> Rebecca Kemp
> Serials Supervisor Librarian
> W.M. Randall Library
> University of North Carolina Wilmington
> 601 S. College Rd.
> Wilmington, NC 28403
> Phone: (910)962-7220
> Fax: (910)962-3078

Ken Siegert
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Electronic Resources & Periodicals / U.S. Documents
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Franklin & Marshall College
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