[KS] More KSR Administrivia

Stephen Epstein Stephen.Epstein at vuw.ac.nz
Tue Nov 2 04:58:23 EST 1999

Dear list members,

_Korean Studies Review_ has had a brief hiatus, but in the next month we
will be running several reviews, most of which have appeared in our print
partner journal _Acta Koreana_, published by Academia Koreana of Keimyung

As I have noted before, we also encourage those whose reviews have appeared
in journals less likely to come to the attention of Korean Studies
specialists to submit them to us for electronic redistribution.  (We will
need permission from the original publisher, of course).

We still, of course, remain committed to first publication of reviews and
at the moment have the following titles available.  Anyone interested in
reviewing one of the books below should contact me at
<Stephen.Epstein at vuw.ac.nz>; please do not respond to the list as a whole.
I'd also appreciate hearing from those of you who currently owe us reviews
(you know who you are...).

Cheers, Stephen

Currently up for grabs:

_A Ready-Made Life: Early Masters of Modern Korean Fiction_, selected and
translated by Kim Chong-un and Bruce Fulton.

_Day-Shine, Poetry by Chong Hyon-jong_, translated by Wolhee Choe and Peter

_My Very Last Possession and Other Stories_, Pak Wan-s™, ed. by Chun Kyung-Ja.

_The Prophet and Other Stories_, Yi Chong-jun, transl. by Julie Pickering.

_Farmers' Dance_, Shin Kyong-Nim, trans. by Brother Anthony and Young-moo Kim

_Korea:  A Historical and Cultural Dictionary_, Keith Pratt and Richard Rutt

_Description and Explanation in Korean Linguistics_, ed. by Ross King

_Think No Evil: Korean Values in the Age of Globalization_, Fred Alford

Finally, those who have recently produced books in Korean Studies and can
contact their publishers to make review copies available should feel free
to get in touch.



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