Women’s Short Fiction from Virginia Woolf to Ali Smith
Edited By Laura Lojo Rodriguez
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Notes on Contributors LAURA Mª LOJO RODRÍGUEZ (ED.) is senior Lecturer in English Literature at the University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain). Lojo’s academic ﬁ elds of interest comprise women’s and gender studies, literary theory, and modernist and postmodernist literature(s) in English. Lojo has widely published on these topics in peer-reviewed journals, and in a number of compilations of critical studies. Lojo is the author of Introducción a la narrativa breve de Virginia Woolf (2003), and has co-edited Writing Bonds: Irish and Galician Women Poets (2009) and Creation, Publishing, and Criticism: The Advance of Women’s Writing (2011), both published by Peter Lang. MARÍA CASADO VILLANUEVA is a stipendiary PhD candidate at the University of Santiago de Compostela and her doctoral thesis explores the relevance of fairy tale motifs in the short ﬁ ction of Katherine Mansﬁ eld and D.H. Lawrence. In autumn 2011 she carried out research at the Faculty of English Language and Literature of the University of Oxford. Her research interests range widely, from fairy tale studies, short story theory, children’s literature and children in literature, to postcolonial, modernist and postmodernist ﬁ ction. She has published in Anti-tales: The Uses of Disenchantment (Cambridge Scholars, 2011) and has recently being awarded the International Essay Prize of the Katherine Mansﬁ eld Society (New Zealand). JULIÁN DÍAZ MARTÍNEZ is PhD candidate in English Literature at the University of Santiago de Compostela, currently writing his thesis on Wilkie Collins. His main areas of research cover nineteenth century aestheticism,...
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