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Résonance is an open-access electronic, curated, editor-reviewed literary journal that seeks to encourage, showcase, and disseminate creative works by established and emerging writers, primarily by and/or about the Franco-American communities of the United States. The editors are also interested in literary work that explores related themes. The editors invite submission in a wide range of literary genres, as well as reviews and translations. There has long been a need for this type of resource. Franco-American and other writers who wished to communicate the reality of this linguistic minority have often found no literary-focused vehicle to do so. The editors hope that Résonance will help remedy this situation.
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Franco American Programs, University of Maine in Orono, ME
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The editors are specifically interested and will favor works in a variety of literary genres that are primarily by and/or about the Franco-American communities of the United States and their realities. We encourage both established and emerging writers to submit their works with the goal of creating a truly multi-generational vehicle that accurately reflects the Franco-American reality. The editors are also interested in literary work that explores related themes that apply to linguistic and cultural minorities, including (but definitely not limited to) visibility/invisibility, preservation/creation, elitism/popularism, etc. Please note that editors will accept previously unpublished works only.
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2017 (first issue 2019)
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