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Search for Associate Conference Director

The IAFA is searching for an Associate Conference Director to assist the Conference Director in liaising with the hotel, and in the myriad other tasks involved in running a conference. The person must be local to the Orlando area. We[...]

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Reminder: ICFA Survey

The IAFA is cosponsoring a conference in 2021 with the University of Glasgow’s Centre for Fantasy and the Fantastic. We have a one-question survey to assess interest in a conference in Glasgow, Scotland, in late June 2021. If you have[...]

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IAFA Update and New Survey

ICFA 41 “Climate Change and Anthropocene” will be held March 18–21, 2020, at the Orlando Airport Marriott Lakeside, Orlando, Florida. Guest scholar is Stacy Alaimo (UT-Arlington), and guest author is Jeff VanderMeer. Thank you to the 33 people who have[...]

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Call for Division Head Applications: VPAA

The International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts is accepting applications for the position of Division Head of the Visual and Performing Arts and Audiences (VPAA) Division. (Please see division description below.) Division Heads are appointed by the President,[...]

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Reminder: Call for Nominations: IAFA Second Vice-President and Public Information Officer

Reminder: Call for Nominations: IAFA Second Vice-President and Public Information Officer Nominations are open until 30 October. The International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts announces a call for nominations for the elected Executive Board positions of Second Vice-President[...]

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CFP for Panel ICFA 2020 on Expanding the Archive (plus a special issue of JFA)

CFP for Panel ICFA 2020 on Expanding the Archive (plus a special issue of JFA) In 2019, the fanfiction site Archive of Our Own (AO3) won a Hugo award. This repository of nearly 5 million original works, representing over 30[...]

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ICFA Creative Presentations

Dear ICFA Community: As you may know, ICFA has a creative track (in addition to our academic divisions) where authors, artists, and editors can participate in conference programming. Most of the creative track features invited authors giving readings of their[...]

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Final Call for Submissions: 2020 Jamie Bishop Memorial Award

Final Call for Submissions: 2020 Jamie Bishop Memorial Award The International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts announces its 14th annual Jamie Bishop Memorial Award for a critical essay on the fantastic originally written in a language other than[...]

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Call for Nominations: IAFA Second Vice-President and Public Information Officer

Call for Nominations: IAFA Second Vice-President and Public Information Officer Nominations are open from 30 September to 30 October. The International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts announces a call for nominations for the elected Executive Board positions of[...]

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Good News from the IAFA Board Re: Financial Assistance

The IAFA is committed to finding ways to make attendance of the ICFA feasible for as many financially disadvantaged members of our community as possible, and to doing so in a fair and even-handed way. Toward this end, we are[...]

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