Siegfried Sassoon Fellowship © 2019

Registered Charity No.1144652

Alliance of Literary Societies

The Siegfried Sassoon Fellowship is a member of the ALS, the umbrella organisation for literary societies in the UK.

The Alliance of Literary Societies provides support and advice on a variety of subjects, as well as promoting cooperation between member societies.

 

Siegfried's Journal is...

Siegfried's Journal is the official, bi-annual publication of the Siegfried Sassoon Fellowship - mailed to all our members. The journal publishes work on Sassoon’s life and writing, and on related historical and literary themes. We are happy to consider contributions from members and non-members. Literary-critical articles, historically relevant pieces, journalistic pieces, book, performance or exhibition reviews and other commentary are all welcome and should be submitted as an email attachment to the Editor through: secretary@sassoonfellowship.org

Editor: Phil Carradice

Guidelines for Contributors...

Please include in the text of the email your name, contact details and the title of the article.

We kindly ask contributors to use the following conventions when preparing pieces for the journal: 

  • To indicate short citations (of less than 40 words) enclose the quotation within single quotation marks.

  • When using short (fewer than three lines of verse) quotations from poetry, mark breaks with a slash, ( / ), at the end of each line of verse

  • For quotations that are more than 40 words of prose or three lines of verse, place quotations in a free-standing block of text and omit quotation marks

  • If you omit anything from a quotation, you should indicate the deleted word or words by using ellipsis contained in square brackets: […].

  • Please indicate the source of all quotations using footnotes (not endnotes).

  • The footnote should contain the author’s name (if not made clear before the quote in the main body of your text) title of the work cited, the place and name of publisher, the date of publication and the number of the page from which the citation is lifted.
    For example:  Siegfried Sassoon, Siegfried’s Journey (London: Faber and Faber, 1945) p.10.

  • Subsequent references to the same source can then be limited to title and page number. Quotations from unpublished material should be identified as such in a footnote.

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