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Clamantis Submissions Due
Interested in submitting a piece of writing or artwork to the Fall edition of Clamantis: The MALS Journal? We are accepting submissions for the Fall/winter edition of Clamantis until October 16, 2020.
The theme of this edition is identity and belonging. We are looking for submissions that confront, describe, investigate, or reflect on this theme in some way. We chose this theme because of the impact of the pandemic and the aftermath of George Floyd’s death, but we encourage you to approach it in a way that is personally relevant to you.
We publish pieces in the following genres:
-Creative Writing (fiction, non-fiction, essays, poetry, oral history, screenwriting)
-Interdisciplinary critical essays
Interested in seeing what kind of pieces have already been published in the journal? You can read the most recent issue and back issues here: https://digitalcommons.dartmouth.edu/clamantis/.
Editors review work anonymously. Please remove your name or any other identifying information from your submission before sending it to us.
All submissions must be Word documents. PDFs will not be accepted.
Submissions should not exceed 20 double-spaced pages. Authors whose work is accepted may be asked to edit for length.
All submissions must have endnotes, not footnotes.
Resubmitted pieces must be significantly revised or they will not be considered.
Photography: All photographs should be high-resolution (300 dpi) saved as a JPEG. Please include a title/caption.
Work submitted must be completed during your time at dartmouth or since graduation.
Please provide a short bio in a separate Word document to be submitted with your piece.
If you publish in Clamantis, you are allowed to publish your work elsewhere.
By choosing to publish in Clamantis you give the MALS Journal Editorial Team permission to publish your work both in print and digital formats. Work published in Clamantis remains the property of the author, however, the MALS Journal Editorial Team maintains the right to publish the work indefinitely.
Do you have an idea for a piece of writing, but don’t know if it would be a good fit for this edition of Clamantis? We are accepting abstracts until September 14, 2020. In one paragraph, tell us what you want to express, argue, or communicate and how you plan to execute your piece. If your proposal is a good fit, then we will ask you to submit a draft of the article by October 16, 2020 for consideration by our editors.
Please email us with questions, comments, and submissions at The.MALS.Journal@dartmouth.edu. If you're interested in getting involved as an editor, please also send us an email with a short statement of interest.
We look forward to reading your work!