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THE EMILE ZOLA SOCIETY

Contact:
Hon Secretary: Chantal S. Morel
35 Mayfield Avenue, Chiswick, London, W4 1PN
Mobile: 00 44 (0) 787 508 9964

Website:   www.emilezolasocietylondon.org.uk
Email:   zolasoc@mail.com

 

Publications & Ordering

SUBMITTING ARTICLES AND REVIEWS

We would be delighted to consider articles and reviews relevant to Zola and his times for inclusion in the Émile Zola Society Bulletin.

Intending contributors please note these instructions (click here).

The following documents are available for sale:

Emile Zola Photographer in Norwood, South London, 1898-1899 (bilingual edition): £10.00 (plus p.&p. £2 Europe, £5 USA, Australia, etc.)

New Approaches to Zola: Selected Papers from the 2002 Cambridge Centenary Colloquium, Edited by Hannah Thompson. The Emile Zola Society, 2003. £ 12.00 (plus p.&p. £2 Europe, £5 USA, Australia, etc.)

Emile Zola by Henri Mitterand; translated by Monica Lebron and David Baguley. The Emile Zola Society, 2000. £12.00 (plus p.&p. £2 Europe, £5 USA, Australia, etc.)

Emile Zola Centenary Colloquium 1893-1993 edited by Patrick Pollard. London, The Emile Zola Society, 1995. £12.00 (plus p.&p. £2 Europe, £5 USA, Australia, etc.)

Visages de la Provence: Zola - Cezanne - Giono, Etudes du colloque d'Aix-en-Provence, 19-21 oct.2007, réunies et editées par Valerie Minogue et Patrick Pollard. The Emile Zola Society, 2008.

Rethinking the Real. Fiction, Art and Theatre in the time of Émile Zola. Papers from the London Zola Colloquium 18–19 October 2013, Valerie Minogue and Patrick Pollard (eds.). London: The Émile Zola Society, 2014. 8vo viii, 200pp. ISBN 978-0-9525583-0-9. £15 (plus p.&p. £2 Europe, £5 USA, Australia, etc.).

The Bulletin of the Emile Zola Society: Back copies still available (price £5 per copy plus postage). Please check the Index of Contributors and Articles.

Cheques in £ Sterling, please, payable to: The Emile Zola Society.

Please send to:
Hon. Secretary, Emile Zola Society,
Chantal S. Morel,
35 Mayfield Avenue, Chiswick, London, W4 1PN

To pay in Euros, please get in touch with the Hon Secretary.
Email: zolasoc@mail.com.

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SUBMITTING ARTICLES AND REVIEWS

We would be delighted to consider articles and reviews relevant to Zola and his times for inclusion in the Émile Zola Society Bulletin.

Intending contributors please note the following instructions.

Please use Word and send your contribution in doc format to Valerie Minogue (valminogue@gmail.com) and Patrick Pollard (p.pollard@bbk.ac.uk)
Do not use pdf or 'read-only' files

For the text – Arial 12 point
For the endnotes – Arial 11 point

Endnotes (not footnotes) should be used
Margins – Normal (2.54cm on all sides)
Single line spacing
Double spacing between paragraphs (no indented first line)
Short quotations should be included in the text
Long quotations should be set out as a separate paragraph, completely indented on the left
Do not justify any right hand margins

All text should be in English. If you need to include French or other languages, simply offer a translation first, then add, in parenthesis, and in single quotes, the other-language-text.
for example ... Hard work conquers all ('Labor omnia vincit') or Where there's a will there's a way ('Vouloir c'est pouvoir').

Use the MLR conventions for punctuation etc.
Where necessary use single outer quotes, and double for quotes within quotes: for example ... 'in this "appropriate" time' ...
Endnote indicators should be placed after the punctuation: for example ... ever",3 ...

Convention for titles of books, articles:
A.N.Other, Book Title. Place: Publisher, 2000, vol.6, p.19.
A.N.Other, 'Article title', Periodical Title, (XIX) 2000, pp.20-30.

Patrick
Valerie

6 February 2015

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