Hispanic Cultural Review Calls for Papers: Oct. 1, 2009-Dec. 15, 2009
The Hispanic Cultural Review (HCR) is an annual publication of George Mason University that seeks to create cultural links between GMU's community, persons, and institutions involved in the creation and diffusion of Hispanic culture in the United States, Latin America, and other nations where Spanish is spoken.
HCR welcomes original, previously unpublished submissions written in either Spanish or English. There are no eligibility requirements though contributions should relate to the culture, literature, art or language of the countries where Spanish language is spoken. The journal accepts essays, interviews, short fiction, poetry, drama, and visual art.
Essays, including endnotes: 3,000 words
Narrative: 2,500 words
Reviews: 1,000 words
Poetry: 50 lines
No more than two (2) entries may be submitted per category (2 for Essays, 2 for Narrative, etc.).
Each entry must be sent in a separated email, and submissions must be in Word (.doc, .docx) format. We ask that you make the subject of the email the same as the title of your work. Within the body of the email, include your name, the genre of your submission, an approximate word count, and a brief description/synopsis/abstract (50-100 words) of the work.
Published contributions will be included in the print and online version of the Hispanic Cultural Review, available in March 2010.
Email submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for submissions: December 15th, 2009
For more information, please visit: http://www2.gmu.edu/org/hcr/