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>FAIT ACCOMPLIT LITERARY JOURNAL
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>Fait Accomplit Literary Journal is now accepting submissions for the next
>editions of both their on-line and off-line versions.
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>DEADLINE FOR BOTH EDITIONS: September 30th, 2002
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>Fait Accomplit is a biannual creative/critical literary journal, which was
>originally founded in 1985 by the graduate students of the Department of
>Comparative Literature at the University of Alberta. Our goal is to provide a
>forum for the publication of new academic writers and artists.
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>FOR THE PRINT VERSION:
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>Snail mail or drop off your poetry, short stories, academic essays or art to:
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>Fait Accomplit
>c/o Department of Comparative Literatures, Religion,& Film/Media Studies
>Room 347, Arts Bldg.
>University of Alberta T6G 2E6
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>OR E-mail the submission to: [log in to unmask]
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>*E-mail Submissions should be in an MS Word Format.
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>*Place name, phone number and/or e-mail on every page.
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>*If submitting in a language other than English, please provide a translation
>for review purposes.
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>*Academic Essays: 15-20 pages. MLA format for academic essay submissions.  The
>editorial board is composed of a peer review committee of both Graduate and
>Undergraduate students.  Copies of essays will not be returned to individuals.
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>*Art: We accept black and white slides and photographs. If you wish to have
>them returned to you, please send a self-addressed stamped envelope.
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>*Copyright remains with the individual authors and artists.  You will only be
>informed of successful submission if a self-addressed stamped envelope or
>contacting information is provided.
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>FOR THE ON-LINE VERSION:
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>Fait Accomplit accepts international works of multi-media, hypertext poetry,
>or e-textual creation. The next on-line edition will be new and improved based
>on the success of the first edition's initial trial run!
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>For more information:
>http://www.humanities.ualberta.ca/comparative_literature/faitaccompl/fait.htm
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>Contact Fait Accomplit via e-mail if you can not send your electronic creation
>via the above methods listed for PRINT ENTRIES. Other methods can be arranged.
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