Call For Papers
Call for papers for the journal is now open. Please send your submissions to email@example.com by November 1st 2011.
Submissions may take the form of:
- Research articles 3,000 to 5,000 words
- Reviews (books, films, exhibitions, performances,etc.) up to 1,000 words
- Creative writing (short fiction, creative nonfiction) up to 3,000 words
- Poetry up to 50 lines
- Artwork (paintings, drawings, photography,digital art, etc.)
Written works should be submitted as Microsoft Word (doc.) files, while artwork should be sent as 300dpi JPG or PDF files that don’t exceed 3MB. All submissions should be accompanied by a biography (100 words maximum), and research articles should also include an abstract (300 words maximum).
Research articles will be double-blind refereed before publication. Reviews, creative writing, poetry and artwork will not be refereed. Whilst we’re happy to consider works that have been sent to other journals, we ask you to please let us know well in advance if any works you have submitted to antiTHESIS have been accepted elsewhere for publication.
Please see Style Guide for how to reference for antiTHESIS.
The editors of antiTHESIS are seeking papers exploring notions of hoax to be published in Volume 22 of our journal in 2012. We invite graduate students and researchers from all disciplines within the arts, humanities and social sciences to submit abstracts. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:
Realism • Fiction vs nonfiction • Carnivalesque • Masquerade • Biography, autobiography • Theatricality and performance • Identity and persona • Gender and sexual identity • Disguise • Propaganda • Scandal • Media hype • Deceit and lies • Cons and fakes • Conspiracy • The Trickster • Fairy tale, Legend • Urban legend • Monstrosity • Special effects • Virtual reality • Social networking • History • Early modern theatre • Authorship • Representation • Mystery • Metaphor • Parody • Imitation • Mimesis • Espionage