Contributor List: Cormac McCarthy’s Borders and Landscapes

A big thank you to all who have contributed chapters to the upcoming collection.

The Table of Contents looks a little like this:

Part One – Frontier Violence:

Chapter 1 – Doomed Enterprise at Caborca: The Henry Crabb Expedition of 1857 and McCarthy’s Unquiet American Boys (Dianne C. Luce)
Chapter 2 – Creatureliness and Justice in Cormac McCarthy’s All the Pretty Horses (Lucy Neave)
Chapter 3 – Terra Damnata: The Anticosmic Mysticism of Blood Meridian (Petra Mundik)

Part Two – Comparative Literature and Landscape:

Chapter 4 – “Knowledge Was Never a Matter of Geography”: Patrick White and Cormac McCarthy (Jan Nordby Gretlund)
Chapter 5 – McCarthy, W.G. Sebald and A.N. Whitehead: Metaphysical Prose (Tom Lee)
Chapter 6 – Cormac McCarthy and Tim Winton: Working “From the Ecosystem Up” (Joel Found)

Part Three – Bioregionalism and Nomadism in McCarthy’s Western Literature:

Chapter 7 – The Blood of a Nomad: Environmental Stylistics and All the Pretty Horses (Dave Gugin)
Chapter 8 – Baroque Meridians: Between Myth and Actuality on the American Frontier (Kate Montague)
Chapter 9 – Cormac McCarthy’s Topologies of Violence (Katja Rebmann)

Part Four – Liminal Thresholds

Chapter 10 – Textual Borders in Cormac McCarthy’s novels: The Poetics of Paragraph Breaks in The Road (Béatrice Trotignon)
Chapter 11 – Flânerie, Vagrancy and Voluntary Exile in Suttree (Louise Jillett)
Chapter 12 – Suttree, Joyce and Flaubert (Anthony Uhlmann)

Part Five – Interdisciplinary Approaches

Chapter 13 – Western Scourge: Myth, Language and Law In Blood Meridian and Deadwood (Paul Sheehan)
Chapter 14 – McCarthy’s Time Image (David Otto Fitzgerald)
Chapter 15 – What’s Wrong With What’s Wrong With The Counselor (Peter Josyph)