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MAPC Journal Submissions – Due Dec. 15th

November 21, 2014

The MAPC Journal

Call for Articles, Interviews and Reviews

The MAPC Journal features articles on the contemporary and historical context of printmaking, works on/of paper, drawing and book arts; essays examining the critical theory related to these media; and reviews of exhibitions and publications.

Now taking submissions for the upcoming issue: Vol. 23, no. 1 + 2 (Spring/Summer 2015)

Deadline: December 15, 2014

Theme:  The Global Print: practice, platform, and international springboard
In what way does the practice of printmaking cross borders, boundaries, and continents? What visual exchanges take place between printmakers from various countries, histories, and cultures? Is there a similarity or difference in aesthetic, content, or technical approach? How does an exhibition or residency experience abroad affect, change, or inform your printmaking practice? The Journal is seeking tales, stories, and insightful thoughts of your international printmaking experiences.

Details:
Length: 1500 – 2000 words for interviews and feature articles, 750 words for reviews of exhibitions and publications.
Image size: 300 dpi, 9 x 12 inches.
Sending Images: Send high-resolution images via Dropbox (preferred) or other online sharing services. Do not send them via email. You can also zip your images and text files together for sharing.

Include a brief biography (100 words) and color head shot (300 dpi, 4 x 5 inches).

Download the submission guidelines at http://www.midamericaprintcouncil.org. Send complete submissions only and provide materials in one link or zipped file. Incomplete entries will not be considered.

Please email any questions to Managing Editor Jennifer Ghormley at jen@jenniferghormley.com

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MAPC Journal: CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS, Due Aug. 15

May 22, 2012
Call for Submissions

Now taking submissions for a special anniversary issue of The MAPC Journal: Vol. 20, no. 3 + 4 (Fall/Winter 2012)
Deadline: August 15, 2012

This issue commemorates the twentieth anniversary of MAPC. We’re looking for stories that celebrate MAPC’s past and future as well as general developments in the fields of book arts, printmaking and works on paper.

See attached guidelines or download a pdf.
Call for Cover Artwork
We are also accepting submissions for the front cover of the upcoming issue. Each MAPC member may submit one image with complete caption information. See below complete guidelines. Incomplete submissions will not be considered.
Deadline: August 15, 2012
The MAPC Journal
Call for Articles, Cover Artwork, Interviews and Reviews
The MAPC Journal features articles on the contemporary and historical context of printmaking, works on/of paper, drawing and book arts; essays examining the critical theory related to these media; and reviews of exhibitions and publications.
Now taking submissions for a special anniversary issue: Vol. 20, no. 3 + 4 (Fall/Winter 2012)
Deadline: August 15, 2012
This issue commemorates the twentieth anniversary of MAPC. We’re looking for stories that celebrate MAPC’s past and future as well as general developments in the fields of book arts, printmaking and works on paper.
Please contact the editor prior to the deadline to discuss your proposal.
We are also accepting submissions for the front cover of the upcoming issue. Each MAPC member may submit one image with complete caption information. See Image Checklist for complete guidelines. Incomplete cover submissions will not be considered.
Length: 1500 – 2000 words for interviews and feature articles, 750 words for reviews of exhibitions and publications.
Image size: 300 dpi, 9 x 12 inches.
Include a brief biography (100 words) and color head shot.
Download complete submission guidelines.
Send inquiries, proposals and submissions to Lari Gibbons, lrgibbons@mac.com.
The MAPC Journal is on an academic publishing schedule:
Spring/Summer Issue
Submissions due by December 15
MAPC Journal posted by May 15
Fall/Winter Issue
Submissions due by August 15
MAPC Journal posted by December 15

Accepting Submissions for the 2012 MAPC Journal: “RE: Print”, Vol. 20, no. 1 + 2 (Spring/Summer 2012)

August 1, 2011

Accepting Submissions for the 2012 MAPC Journal: “RE: Print”, Vol. 20, no. 1 + 2 (Spring/Summer 2012)

Accepting submissions for “RE:Print,” Vol. 20, no. 1 + 2 (Spring/Summer 2012)
Deadline: December 15, 2011
The MAPC Journal features articles on the contemporary and historical context of printmaking, works on/of paper, drawing and book arts; essays examining the critical theory related to these media; and reviews of exhibitions and publications.
This issue will focus on initiatives in printmaking collectives, community organizations and institutions. How do new or renovated print shops affect their immediate community and the broader landscape of contemporary print? In what ways do individual artists, educators, and curators fuel these efforts? What entrepreneurial projects and innovative programs complement these changes, and which ones successfully keep printmaking at the forefront of our attention?
Please contact the editor prior to the deadline to discuss your proposal.
Length: 1500 – 2000 words for interviews and feature articles, 750 words for reviews of exhibitions and publications.
Image size: 300 dpi, 9 x 12 inches. Include a brief biography (100 words) and color head shot.
Download complete submission guidelines at http://www.midamericaprintcouncil.org/ .
Send inquiries, proposals and submissions to Lari Gibbons, lrgibbons@mac.com.
The MAPC Journal is on an academic publishing schedule:
Spring/Summer Issue
Submissions due December 15
MAPC Journal posted May 15
Fall/Winter Issue
Submissions due August 15
MAPC Journal posted December 15

Letters to the MAPC Journal Editors

May 24, 2009

MAPC Journal co-editors Mary Hood and Erik Waterkotte invite your feedback on the journal.  Please post your thoughts on the MAPC Journal here.
Beginning in the Fall/Winter 2009 issue of the journal we hope to print some of your feedback in a Letter to the Editors section.