CFP: Stream Journal

I am the technology editor for this journal and also the blog book review editor… Check out the CFP and submit if you’ve got anything…

Stream: Culture/Politics/Technology is an open-access, peer-reviewed
graduate e-journal for students in communication studies and cognate fields
encompassing three over-overlapping ‘streams’ of concentration: culture,
politics, and technology. It is published by the Communication Graduate
Caucus at Simon Fraser University. Papers are blind reviewed by graduate
students, making Stream a unique contribution to the flourishing and
productive field of Communication in Canada. In employing open-source
software and Creative Commons licensing, Stream is exceptional in the field
of academic publishing and contributes to the public dissemination and
sharing of knowledge. We hope that this initiative will become a space for
graduate students to publish new work and expand upon new ideas,
contributing to a thriving intellectual culture.

Stream is currently accepting papers and book reviews. In addition, if you
would like to be a reviewer for the journal, please sign up at the website.

Submission Guidelines:
Papers must be submitted electronically at Authors
must sign up for a user name and password.

Papers should be 15-20 double-spaced pages in length and fit into one of
three broad areas of culture, technology or politics, but we invite
contributors to challenge their conceptions of these subjects with
innovative interpretations of these disciplinary boundaries. Papers
submitted prior to August 31, 2008 will be considered for the winter issue.

Papers must be copy edited and formatted according to author guidelines
found in the submission section of the website. Papers that have not been
thoroughly edited and properly formatted will not be sent out for review.

Book Reviews
Book reviews should be 750-1000 words in length, and should follow the style guide for paper submissions. Reviews should give an overview of the content of the book, state its strengths and weaknesses, and assess its significance and contribution to the field. Book reviews will not be peer-reviewed but will be assessed by the book review editor for their relevance, readability and contribution.

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