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"The most trustworthy repository for the finest Pynchon scholarship"—"ahead of other journals and university presses in charting new directions"—"the most forward-looking work ... appears in Pynchon Notes."
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Pynchon Notes welcomes essays and notes on all Pynchon-related subjects, written from all critical and theoretical positions. We welcome studies of individual texts and of Pynchon's oeuvre, and studies of the texts in themselves or in their contexts variously conceived as American, Western or global, as literary, political or historical, in postmodernist, postcolonial or other terms. We also welcome essays on other subjects that may appear to particular advantage viewed through the lens of Pynchon's work. The book reviews the journal publishes will be solicited by the editors.

Editors

John M. Krafft
Miami University–Hamilton
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Hamilton, OH 45011-3399
Voice: 513.785.3031 or 513.868.2330
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Bernard Duyfhuizen
College of Arts and Sciences
University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire
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Eau Claire, WI 54702-4004
Voice: 715.836.4625
Fax: 715.836.3292
E-mail: pnotesbd@uwec.edu

 

Khachig Tölölyan
College of Letters and English Department
Wesleyan University
Middletown, CT 06459-0100
Voice: 860.685.2000
E-mail: ktololyan@wesleyan.edu

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