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SUPERPLUS 2010 : Call for Microtheory

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Link: http://www.superplusjournal.com
 
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Call For Papers

Superplus seeks to recognize the value in conceptual brevity by calling for submissions of microessays maximally three short paragraphs or stanzas in length for publication in its Spring Volume III: Critical Theologies. While preference will likely be given to pieces falling inside the issue theme, we encourage submissions on a diverse range of philosophical, cultural, and scientific topics, as well as submissions which make use of diverse stylistic and semiotic approaches, including lyricism, images, ideogrammar and expressive graphemes.

Please send submissions to Edmund Zagorin at superplusa2@gmail.com

Deadline: April 21, 2010

Superplus is a student-run, student-published pulp-journal at the University of Michigan that relies exclusively on advertising and donations to cover printing costs. Consider supporting radical thought on campus with a Superplus advertisement. We accept ten-dollar advertisements for individuals, abstract concepts, punctuation and historical events.

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