CFP: Hot Metal Bridge--Confronting the Digital
Hot Metal Bridge (www.hotmetalbridge.org), the graduate-run online literary magazine of the University of Pittsburgh, is seeking submissions for a special issue on confronting the digital. The magazine accepts creative work representing multiple genres: criticism, nonfiction, fiction, and poetry. We publish two issues annually. For the Fall/Winter 2009 issue, our peer-reviewed criticism section invites graduate students and scholars across the humanities to submit work loosely gathered around themes of the digital (for instance, but not limited to):
--Literature read through a digital lens
--The materiality of the text and textual apparatus of the book
--Digitality and poststructuralism: fragmentation in practice
--Modes of composition: digital pedagogy, multimodal making
--(New) Forms? New Form(alism)?
--Digital effects on the production of literature
--Networks and network theory
--The posthuman and the machine
--Digitization in the academy
Send articles and papers, 15 to 30 pages in length, to firstname.lastname@example.org before November 10, 2009. A 200-300 word abstract should be included in the body of your email, in addition to a brief bio. Please note name and title in the subject heading of your email—your name should not appear in your attached submission (Word file .doc, .docx, or .rtf). MLA style is required; submit other citation styles with the understanding that a conversion to MLA will be required for publication.