CfA: Extended deadline for submissions to new 'Journal of Antipoetry Studies / Revista de Estudios Antipoéticos'
Stadt: Cardiff / Granada
Upon request the newly created bilingual Journal of Antipoetry Studies (JAPS) / Revista de Estudios Antipoéticos (REVESA) has extended the deadline for submissions for its first volume until 20 August 2017. We expect the volume to be published online (open access) by Cardiff University Press in late 2017 or early 2018. JAPS/REVESA is the joint initiative of General Editors Prof Álvaro Salvador (Granada) and Dr Tilmann Altenberg (Cardiff). The journal’s Editorial Board comprises:
- María Ángeles Pérez López (Salamanca)
- Paula Miranda (Santiago de Chile)
- Niall Binns (Madrid)
- Philip Swanson (Sheffield)
- Álvaro Salvador (Granada)
- Tilmann Altenberg (Cardiff)
JAPS/REVESA invites previously unpublished research articles, written in either Spanish or English, that relate to any aspect of antipoetry or its ramifications. All submissions will undergo double-blind peer review by two academics. The criteria for publication are originality, scholarly rigour and clarity. Articles in Microsoft Word format (.doc / .docx) or RTF should be between 5,000 and 8,000 words long (including footnotes and list of works cited) and follow Chicago Style (author-date), as specified in the following style manuals:
- Articles in English: The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th ed., 2010.
- Articles in Spanish: Manual de estilo Chicago-Deusto, 2013 (chap. 16).
A. In-text reference (not in footnotes): (García Sánchez 2000, 78-79)
B. Entry in the list of references: García Sánchez, Sergio. 2000. Sinfonía gráfica: Variaciones en las unidades estructurales y narrativas del cómic. Barcelona: Glénat.
2. Journal article
A: (Franco 2009, 215)
B: Franco, Jean. 2009. “Questions for Bolaño.” Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies 18 (2-3): 207-217.
3. Chapter in edited volume
A: (Schmitz-Emans 2015, 399-400)
B: Schmitz-Emans, Monika. 2015. “Graphic Narrative as World Literature.” In From Comic Strips to Graphic Novels, edited by Daniel Stein and Jan-Noël Thon, 385-406. Berlin: de Gruyter.
Please send your submissions as email attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 20 August 2017. Alternatively you can self-register and submit your manuscript through our online system from the URL provided above. For any queries you may have please contact the General Editors at email@example.com. Finally, we would be grateful if you could disseminate this call widely and share it with anyone to whom it may be of interest.