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Contents: Ellen Burton Harrington: Introduction: Scribbling Women and the Outlaw Form of the Short Story - Robert Coleman: A Miniaturization of Epic Proportions: Harriet Prescott Spofford's Circumstance - Ruth Stoner: Sexing the Narrator: Gender in Rebecca Harding Davis's Life in the Iron-Mills - Miriam Lopez-Rodriguez: The Short Story as Feminist Forum: Louisa May Alcott's Pauline's Passion and Punishment - Susan Prothro Wright: The Art of (Dis)Placement: Ruth Stuart and the Characterization of African Americans at the Turn of the Century - Winnie Chan: The Linked Excitements of L. T. Meade and... in the Strand Magazine - Scott D. Emmert: Naturalism and the Short Story Form in Kate Chopin's The Story of an Hour - Margot Sempreora: Strategies of Self-Representation in Natalie by Alice Dunbar-Nelson - Vanessa Holford Diana: Zitkala-Sa and Sui Sin Far's Sketch Collections: Communal Characterization as Resistance Writing Tool - Susana M. Jimenez-Placer: Laura's Unconscious Rejection of the Short Story in Katherine Anne Porter's Flowering Judas - Rachel Lister: Beyond Human Reach : Silence and Continguity in Katherine Anne Porter's Holiday and He - Sue Brannan Walker: Flannery O'Connor's The Temple of the Holy Ghost and Parker's Back as Dermatology/Theology - Beth Ellen Roberts: Cynthia Ozick's The Pagan Rabbi and the Seduction of the Storyteller - Karen Alexander: Breaking It Down: Analysis in the Stories of Lydia Davis - Gayle Elliott: Silko, Le Sueur, and Le Guin: Storytelling as a Movement Towards Wholeness .
The Editor: Ellen Burton Harrington received her Ph.D. in English literature at Tulane University. She is Assistant Professor in the English Department at the University of South Alabama. In addition to her interest in women writers of short fiction, her research examines gender in the sensation and detective fiction of Charles Dickens, Wilkie Collins, and Arthur Conan Doyle, as well as the influence of these genres and criminal anthropology on the work of Joseph Conrad. Recent and forthcoming publications include articles in the International Journal of Cultural Studies, Clues, The Conradian, Storytelling, The Journal of the Short Story in English, and Conradiana. Harrington is currently developing a project on Conrad's heroines.