Although we have some specific calls for manuscripts, we still welcome articles on other topics. Most of the articles we publish are on a variety of topics and are not part of special issues or clusters. We accept submssions in the following categories: Research criticism, creative writing, art art Essays, review Essays. Other Forms of Writing and Visual Expression. General guidelines and Style requirements - we will only review work that is not under consideration elsewhere, including in electronic format or on any kind of Web page or elsewhere on the internet. articles should be no longer than 10,500 words, approximately 35 double-spaced pages, including footnotes. we use the 16th edition of the. Chicago manual of Style for manuscript and citation style, feminist Studies welcomes submissions on all topics. From time to time, we also welcome contributions on the specific topics that we expect to produce special issues on, which will we announce on this site.
She will receive 1000 and publication this coming year. Nmp will also publish the following three finalists in this year's series, along with planned chapbooks by kathleen peirce, albert Goldbarth, and Craig interests Arnold: Patricia clark, deadlifts: the Clark Obit poems Jacqueline lyons, earthquake daily maya popa, you always Wished the Animals would leave. Each was read at least twice to generate a list of 37 semifinalists, from which we selected 15 finalists, listed here: s brook corfman, The Adversaria. Dyvane, rhi(n.)oceros John James, futurisms Blair Johnson, a circle in the Proof Colin-Uriah Johnson, On Philia, or my fitness Pal Christopher Munde, obtaining Ether Eric Pankey, opus Posthumous Christopher Phelps, Tremblem Samuel Piccone, pupa josie sigler, The feral Karinne keithley syers, The lydian Gale parr. _ 2017 Chapbook contest guidelines (deadline:.28.17) On this page, find: Contest guidelines: Contest Results. Feminist Studies is committed to publishing an interdisciplinary body of feminist knowledge that sees intersections of gender with racial identity, sexual orientation, economic means, geographical location, and physical ability as the touchstone for our politics and our intellectual analysis. Whether work is drawn from the complex past or the shifting present, the articles and essays that appear. Feminist Studies address social and political issues that intimately and significantly affect women and men in the United States and around the world. Feminist Studies welcomes submissions across multiple genres and topics.
Since we pick the majority of our chapbooks from the submissions to the contest, we judge everything internally. The final judge is our editor, Ander Monson. Readers change year to year. We read anonymously and try to vary our aesthetic year to year. Still, we like what we like. To find out what we like, you should probably check out our authors if you haven't already. _ 2017 Chapbook contest Results oour 2017 Chapbook contest results are in: The winner is Claire wahmanholm's Night Vision.
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How to get your Work to Us (old school hard copy postal mail: also ok) If you'd rather send via the mail, fine. Mail your manuscript and check (made thesis out to new Michigan Press-or pay online above if you'd rather and include the receipt) for 20 to: nmp/ diagram chapbook contest, essay English Department,. Box 210067, University of Arizona, tucson,. So, make sure you send us a business-sized sase with postage if you'd like notification of the results by mail in the usa. Manuscripts cannot be returned (sorry—please don't send your only copy). Optional: enclose a self-addressed, stamped postcard if you'd like confirmation that we received your manuscript.
Enclose a self-addressed 6" x 9" envelope with 3 of postage (in usa—7 is a safe bet if you're sending from overseas; no ircs please) if you would like a complimentary copy of the winning chapbook (or another chapbook in our series—please specify which,. Please send your manuscripts via airmail for best results. And please do not send submissions certified mail, express mail, or anything we have to sign for; it's a pain and if we're not at the office, we're not going to be able to make a trip to the post office, which is a drag. If you want to overnight it, fine, just please check the "no signature req'd" box. Judge we don't have a celebrity judge for our chapbook contest.
Do not select "fiction "poetry or anything else. That way it gets read, processed, and responded-to properly (our contest submissions go through a different reading process than regular submissions). If you submit under something else things will get munged (though we are happy to read your non-contest submissions whenever, of course) and you'll have to resubmit. Please give us some kind of cover letter if you like. Note: only one file may be submitted through the submissions manager. Pdf preferred, or Word format (.doc.
Rtf is fine if necessary (we cannot read any other word processing formats; sorry). If your submission is more than one file, copy and paste it into one file or otherwise attach. A zipfile would be acceptable if that's easier. If you'd like your complimentary copy of the winning chapbook (or another chapbook in our series—please specify which, if any, on the envelope mail us a self-addressed 6" x 9" envelope with 3 of postage (in usa—7 is a safe bet if you're sending from. If you do not care, there is no need for this. If you send electronically you'll be notified electronically by default. No sase required unless you want a copy of the winning chapbook. If you'd like us to send you a hardcopy results letter, that's fine (then send us a sase as specified below).
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Form's gone since the deadline has passed. Note advantages that the payment goes to new Michigan Press, the publisher. If you have a hard time with paypal for any reason, drop us a line. We can take credit cards directly if you'll send us the info via email (card cvv (3 digit code on back expiration date, billing address w/zipcode) at nmp-at-thediagram-dot-com. Required step two (copied from the page that paypal will direct you to after payment: submit your manuscript through our Submissions Manager system here. You'll have to create an account with the system if you haven't submitted to us before. Make sure, sure, that when you enter the submission's genre, you choose chapbook contest entry only.
If you send electronically, it'll be in the submitter info only. If you send via the mail, games include a detachable cover page. Email m with further questions if you have them. How to get your Work to Us (electronic, preferred required step one: pay contest fee through paypal* by filling out the form below with your last name and the manuscript title, then clicking on the Add to cart button just below this paragraph. You may use a credit card if you like (or a checking account etc.). No need to create an account. Once you complete step one it will click through to a page with step two on it (also copied below just in case).
originals of anything, since we cannot return manuscripts. It's fine with us if individual works have been published elsewhere, but the manuscript can't have been published as a whole before. Please include specific acknowledgments if any of the works have appeared elsewhere: tell us where individual pieces appeared, as we do sometimes consider submitted and unpublished individual pieces for possible publication. We recommend that your manuscript be as coherent-as much a project -as possible. Not to say everything needs to be thematic or narratively related, but most of our winning chapbooks have a feeling of aesthetic unity or resonance: we think chapbooks should make sense as chapbooks, and be more than the sums of their parts. Chapbook manuscripts do not necessarily have to be diagrammatic (though the diagrammers among us do enjoy those). Co-authored manuscripts are fine. Submitting multiple manuscripts is fine with entry fees for each. Please don't put your name/identifying info on the piece itself.
We pick the majority of our chapbook list each year from the ranks of the chapbook contest finalists, so this is the best way to get your work read by our eager readers. And what's more, it's all read blind. Plus you get a free chapbook for entering. The Prize 1000 plus publication; finalist chapbooks also considered for publication (in 2017 we published five). The Entry fee 20, the mailing deadline, april 27, make 2018 - and our deadline this year has passed! What we want, interesting, lovely unpublished work (unpublished as a whole; individual pieces may be published already of course prose or poetry or some combination or something between genres, 18-44 manuscript pages (no more than one poem per page if you're sending poems unless they. Yes, as long as you can obtain reprint rights for any images you include, unless they're in the public domain or qualify under the exemption for fair use.
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Newest info and links to contest guidelines results:.11.17: hey, so the 2018 Chapbook contest deadline: 04.27.2018 are live, and we are accepting submissions. Your entry comes with a free chapbook, so send us a sase and let us know which one you'd like. contest winner" is fine, or anything else that looks good to you in our catalog.).13.17: The 2017 Chapbook contest Results are below. Congratulations to Claire wahmanholm for her winning manuscript. Night Vision, which was selected as the winner out of more than 500 submitted manuscripts. In addition, we plan on publishing finalist chapbooks movie by patricia clark, jacqueline lyons, and maya popa. The 2018 Chapbook contest are now online. the 2018 Chapbook contest guidelines, the new Michigan Press /. Diagram chapbook contest announces our guidelines for 2018.