>From: "Mosaic Journal" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: Special Issue "Sound" (10/15/07; journal issue)
>Mosaic, a journal for the interdisciplinary study of literature
>CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
>Special Issue "Sound"
>Mosaic invites submissions for a special issue on "Sound". The
>deadline for submissions is October 15, 2007.
>Mosaic is interested in new interdisciplinary work in literature
>(theatre, film), and/or in literary and critical theory that engages
>sound by way of exploring such topics as: recording, listening,
>improvisation, perception, resonance, rhythm, music, new media, multi-
>mediality, aurality, acoustics, disability, noise, voice, speech,
>breath, echo, and the tympanic.
>SUBMISSION GUIDELINES: For a complete description of our submission
>guidelines, please visit our website at:
>* Length and documentation: 7,000 words, to a maximum of 7,500 words
>(including works cited and notes), double-spaced, standard margins.
>Works Cited must follow the conventions of the ìMLA Style Manual and
>Guide to Scholarly Publishing,î 2nd edition.
>* Please provide a 50-word abstract.
>* Endnotes (maximum 500 words) should be used only to clarify
>problematic documentation procedures; with discursive notes kept to
>an absolute minimum.
>* If your essay will include illustrations, please attach photocopies
>to your submission.
>* Essays must be submitted on disk (CD or floppy), preferably in
>Microsoft Word, along with three paper copies. Do not put your name
>on the essay.
>* Enclose a signed covering letter stating that the essay is not part
>of a thesis or dissertation, has not been previously published, and
>is not being considered for publication in another journal or medium.
>* Please provide an email address.
>Please submit essays to:
>Dawne McCance, Editor, Mosaic or
>Jackie Pantel, Submissions Manager, Mosaic
>The University of Manitoba
>Room 208 Tier Building
>R3T 2N2 CANADA
>E-Mail: [log in to unmask]
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