We are now accepting article & cover art submissions for our Fall 2020 issue!
Deadline: September 21, 2020.
Please follow the outlined submission guidelines to ensure that we can review your work. In lieu of sending an incomplete submission, please email us with questions.
SUBMISSION GUIDELINES: ARTICLES
At the time the manuscript was written, authors must have been a) a full-time UO student or b) a non-UO student conducting research at the UO or under a UO faculty member.
Submissions to this journal consist of two parts:
- Student-submitted manuscript, according to the specifications below. Submit online by emailing email@example.com.
- Endorsement by the manuscript’s faculty sponsor (i.e. professor or research adviser). With the submitted manuscript, students must indicate the name and email address of their faculty sponsor, to whom we will send a brief endorsement form. This form must be completed by the faculty sponsor in order for the manuscript to be considered for publication. Please speak with the faculty member before sending us his/her contact information.
Each manuscript must include the following:
- Abstract (1 paragraph, 250 words maximum)
- Acknowledgments (this must include an acknowledgement to the sponsoring faculty member)
- Bibliography/Works Cited
- Designation of citation style (MLA, APA, Chicago, etc.)
- Brief author biography (3-4 sentences) and email
- Name and email address of faculty sponsor
Submitted manuscripts must conform to these guidelines:
- Minimum 8 pages, double-spaced
- 12-point Times New Roman
- 1″ margins, single column.
- Word format (.doc or .docx)
- In the case of creative works, a short essay detailing the work’s composition, sources, performance, etc., with the nontextual content provided as supplementary files.
- Citations and bibliography should conform to the standards of your discipline–MLA, APA, Chicago, etc. (In doubt? Consult your faculty sponsor.)
- Avoid footnotes. However, if there is critical supporting text that does not fit in the main text flow, an endnote (i.e. NOT a footnote) may be appropriate.
- Use of spell check and multiple rounds of proofreading by a peer/faculty member are strongly recommended.