Arise! Journal Call for Submissions
Arise! is a journal dedicated to bringing theory and practice into dialogue. The editorial collective is particularly interested in discussions of post/anti-colonialism, feminism and queer thought, Marxism, anarchism, environmentalism, and contemporary activist struggles in the United States and elsewhere.
Arise! is published quarterly, and each issue is thematically arranged, carrying a number of articles (ranging in length between 1000-3000 words) related to the central theme. Each issue also publishes a number of reviews of recently published book (generally between 300-500 words). Future themes include: Literature (Winter 2005), Music (Spring 2005), Spirituality & Religion (Summer 2005), and Sexuality, Sex and Gender (Fall 2005).
For the issue on Literature, we are especially interested in articles that discuss the work of individual authors (Kurt Vonnegut, George Orwell, Toni Morrison, Kathy Acker, Margaret Atwood, etc.), groups of authors (the Beats, the Situationists, the Surrealists, etc.), individual novels or series, whole genres (romance, science fiction, fantasy, magic realism, etc.), as well as discussions of literature and its relationship to Marxist/feminist/anarchist/GLBT/anticolonial thought and action, personal reflections on the importance of literature, and literature and its relationship with race and ethnicity, sex, gender and sexuality, class, nationalism and patriotism, etc. We are not interested in works of fiction. Submissions must be received by January 15th.
For the issue on Music, we are especially interested in articles that discuss individual artists and musical groups (Bob Dylan, International Noise Conspiracy, Le Tigre, Frank Zappa, etc.), genres (punk, hardcore, folk, rap, hip hop, rock, etc.), individual albums, as well as discussions of music and its relationship to Marxist/feminist/anarchist/GLBT/anticolonial thought and action, personal reflections on the importance of music, and music and its relationship with race and ethnicity, sex, gender and sexuality, class, nationalism and patriotism, etc. Submissions must be received by April 17th.
If you are interested in contributing, or have questions about future themes, please contact us at: email@example.com
Arise! is a free publication that is distributed throughout the Minneapolis-St. Paul area (as well as a subscription base outside of this area), and is supported through advertisements for both local businesses and national worker-friendly publishers, distributors and music labels.