Heather Urbanski is seeking articles for a collection on post-apocalyptic and dystopian narratives–a mode that has come into the forefront recently in YA fiction, where it has also encountered paranormal romance. Generously, Urbanski is seeking work from ‘under-represented groups’ and ‘graduate students and junior faculty’. She says:
While the underlying premise of this collection is rhetorically based, interdisciplinary approaches are most desirable. In particular, my goal is to collect perspectives that cover the intersection of contemporary interpretations and explorations of the ancient rhetorical canon of memory, narrative theory, and cultural studies.