Send your best interdisciplinary articles and essays to Zeteo for its Fall 2014 issue.
We are particularly looking for pieces that relate to borders — the borders that may or may not exist between men and women, war and peace, legality and illegality, humanity and inhumanity, belonging and not, hope and despair. In addition, Zeteo continues to be open to pieces that cross the borders between disciplines and between the personal, the political and the intellectual.
Complete texts, proposals, or informal queries should be sent to the Zeteo editorial collective at firstname.lastname@example.org. We ask writers to submit manuscripts in Microsoft Word and to include with their submissions a brief bio and a short paragraph summarizing or introducing the piece. Maximum length is about 5,000 words.
Deadline for submissions for Fall 2014 issue is 15 June 2014.
Send inquiries, proposals and texts to email@example.com.
We look forward to hearing from you.
More generally, eternally—
Our interests include:
Interdisciplinary pieces—that is, pieces spanning more than one field, and taking advantage of the special insights that may be gained from such spanning.
Pieces that combine, as we say, the personal, the political and the intellectual. We do not publish personal essays, but we are particularly on the lookout for writers who weave into their analysis discussion of how they have come to their subject and why it is important to them. One might speak of writers who are both well-read and not afraid to wear their hearts on their sleeves, or to take sides in the conflicts of our times, or of all times.
Connected multiplicity—a phrase we have borrowed from John C. Meagher's Shakespeare's Shakespeare. We are interested in essays that, in lieu of a relentlessly focused argument, explore various paths, and allow readers to find unexpected connections and to relax in the pleasure of reading and thoughtfulness. We are also, btw, admirers of focused arguments, but Zeteo means to seek, and we want it to offer a port of call for intellectual explorers.
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