The Society will fund grants of up to $200 to help defray registration or travel costs for Society members presenting papers on ISGS-sponsored panels or participating in ISGS readings. The awards will be granted once a year (in case of unused funds, they will roll-over to the following year). Members may apply for a grant only once during any three-year period. Send request with conference and panel information, as well as your name, affiliation, accepted paper title and reason for need of assistance to: email@example.com
The Society will award prizes of $100 for the best published paper and $50 for the best conference paper on any aspect of Susan Glaspell’s life and works. Prizes will be available annually and are open to non-members as well as ISGS members. Awards will be determined by the Officers and Executive Council of the ISGS and will be announced at the ISGS Business Meeting and posted on the ISGS website. Articles and papers must be emailed as pdf (articles) or Word (papers) attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org at any time but at least four weeks prior to the posted date of the Business Meeting. Please ensure that the author’s identification is masked on the submitted work itself, as the work will be assessed through a blind peer review process.
In order to encourage the translation of Glaspell’s writing, the Society offers translation publication grants of up to $300 to assist financially with the publication of Glaspell’s work in multiple languages. Applicants may only apply for this grant once every three years.
- The translation of any Glaspell work from English into any other language is eligible. Publication may be electronic, or in hard copy books or journals, or both. Only full, unabridged translations of Glaspell works are eligible.
- Applications must include documentation that confirms the press’s or journal’s commitment to publish the translation (either a formal acceptance on letterhead or the publishing contract) and the press’s or journal’s publication budget for the translation. The published translation must include an acknowledgement of the financial support by the International Susan Glaspell Society. Please note that no applications for self-published works, or for works that will appear from vanity presses or journals can be considered.Applicants should also submit their resume or curriculum vitae, including details of previously published translations. Submitting reviews of previously published translations is also encouraged. Applicants who have not previously published translations should submit their resume and a colleague or press/journal editor letter of recommendation, on institutional letterhead, that addresses the quality of the forthcoming translation.
- Applications may be submitted at any time. They will be evaluated by the Executive Committee and Officers of the International Susan Glaspell Society. Every effort will be made to provide their decisions within three months of application submission.
- Send all documentation through email attachments and any inquiries to email@example.com