PSA, the Pirandello Society Annual journal is distributed to members of the Pirandello Society of America and institutional subscribers. Become a member.

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PSA submission guidelines:

Use the current MLA Style Manual (references in the text, minimal endnotes, Works Cited following the endnotes) for articles (10-20 MS pages) and reviews (2-3 MS pages).  Use minimal formatting.  Manuscripts will be screened in a peer review process by at least two readers.

Submit an electronic copy, either email attachment or a diskette readable on a PC, formatted in Word with a separate cover page giving the author’s name and contact information.  Give no self-identifying information in any portion of the text.  Submit via mail attachment or disk copy.  Mark your envelope or email subject line:  PSA 20xx.

Address submissions to:

Professor Susan Tenneriello, Editor elect, PSA (Pirandello Society Annual)

Professor Jana O’Keefe Bazzoni – Editor emeritus, PSA (Pirandello Society Annual)

The Pirandello Society of America

c/o Baruch College

Department of Communication Studies

Box B 8-240

1 Bernard Baruch Way

New York, NY 10010

646 312 3728 (tel)

646 312 3721 (fax)

Editor, PSA
The Pirandello Society of America
c/o Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò
24 West 12th Street
New York, NY 10011-8604

Recent calls for articles:

Call for article submission for the 2010 edition of our annual journal, PSA (Vol. XXIII).  Due date: April 30, 2010.
10-20 page articles in current MLA format on the topics (but not limited to):
1.Theatrical Perspectives: Pirandello, II Grottesco and Beyond.
2. The Sicilian Pirandello in Narrative and Theater.

Call for article submission for the 2008 edition of our annual journal, PSA.  Due date: April 15, 2008.

Pirandello’s L’Umorismo: 100th Anniversary

The Pirandello Society of America invites papers on Pirandello’s seminal essay  for submission to the Society’s annual journal.

Call for Article Submissions for the 2007 edition of our annual journal, PSA. due date: March 30, 2007.

We welcome submissions for this issue on general topics related to the work of Luigi Pirandello, as well as on the specific theme of our recent MLA panels: Identity and Self Representation in Pirandello and Translation and Interpretation.