The Appendix: A New Journal of Narrative and Experimental History launches, and calls for papers
Call for Papers Date:
The Appendix: A New Journal of Experimental and Narrative History is pleased to announce the release of its first issue—The End?— and to call for papers and contributions for upcoming issues.
The Appendix aims to bridge the gap between archival and narrative history. It publishes interesting primary sources, first person essays of archival discovery, thoughtful historical essays on forgotten historical people or events, interviews, and art about the past—historical fiction, poetry, graphic novels/history, and illustrations. Its audience runs the gamut from academic historians to eager high school students.
Dec. 21, 2012 marked the release of our first issue, and we're looking for contributions—from works of history to fiction—for our next two issues: Illusions, to be released on April 1, 2013, and Out Loud, to be released on July 1. Pieces should be 1500 to 3500 words long, never published elsewhere. For Illusions, contributions should be submitted by Feb. 1. For Out Loud, they should be in by May 1.
Learn more at http://theappendix.net and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your time. We can't wait to work with you.
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