journal:theanalyticpoem is currently reviewing submissions for Spring 2014
topic: “into the wilderness”
- where is the next wilderness? how can we discover it?
- what is the domain and range of this new landscape? its boundaries, margins and interstices? is it actual or virtual?
- within this unity of Nature – the solid earth, its shifting oceans, and the soft weight of surrounding sky – is wilderness a between-state?
deadline: March 30, 2014
to submit an article for publication:
Send an email – in the subject line, indicate the publication date, e.g., “Spring 2014″
We are looking for creative, challenging, and original work that incorporates the current topic of the open call for submissions. Ideally, journal submissions (in any genre) will be both lyrical and analytic, exploring universal concepts related to the geometry and architecture of Nature. The journal encourages hybrid thinking and writing that reaches readers across multiple disciplines. Please read some of the articles on this website for a general overview.
In the body of the email, include all contact information, including your name, email, and title of the work. Send the article as a Word document (.doc,.docx) attachment. You may include a maximum of 3 images (including graphs, charts) to support your work, sent as a separate attachment. Images must be jpg or png format. Attachments must be a maximum of 10 MB. The text must be written in English, have a maximum length of 2500 words, be double-spaced, and in 12 point font. Simultaneous submissions are accepted, but we need to be notified if your work is published elsewhere. Upon acceptance, theanalyticpoem reserves the right to edit your work as we see fit, though we will seek your approval beforehand. We will contact you to obtain permission before publication. Upon publication, all rights revert to author, but we would like you to credit us if your work is accepted elsewhere after we publish it online.
Any citations, references, and illustration credits, if applicable, must be included in an Endnotes section – use any standard style, but we prefer Chicago. It is the author’s responsibility to obtain written permission to reproduce copyright-protected material in her/his article. Please be aware that both works of art and photographs of works of art may be under copyright. See guidelines for general information about standards of practice.