THOUGHT CATALOG SEEKS EBOOK PROPOSALS -- DEADLINE MAY 17TH 2013
Thought Catalog, a New York City-based media brand, welcomes
abstracts from seasoned scholars and graduate students for our Digital Books Division. Topics should represent cutting-edge interdisciplinary scholarship that engages popular culture and history, media and representation, music and identity, or politics and culture. These abstracts will be reviewed by our Digital Books team and accepted proposals may be turned into eBooks for a general audience.
All NON-FICTION proposals will be considered; however we are particularly interested in interdisciplinary, focused cultural commentary in the following realms:
-Specific albums from any artist (e.g. Purple Rain by Prince; James Blake by James Blake, etc.)
-Global Contemporary Art
-Architecture and Culture
-Indie and Popular Film
-Gentrification and Cities
-Fashion and Culture
-Protests and Social Upheaval -- Then and Now
-The Science of Creativity and Other Strange Facts
-Subcultures and Style
-The State of Higher Education
-Technology and Culture
-Specific TV shows (Girls, American Idol, 30 Rock, Arrested Development, RuPaul's Drag Race, Oliver Stone's Untold History of the United States, Scandal, etc.)
Fun, smart, and creative: Thought Catalog's platform extends across the web, mobile, and eBooks. Our website, thoughtcatalog.com, has over 5 million monthly readers and over 500,000 social media followers and fans. Thought Catalog eBooks are routinely some of the best selling on the Internet.
Thought Catalog eBook titles carry a 5,000 word minimum and a 30,000 word maximum and must be written for a general but educated audience. Accepted titles will be sold by Amazon, Apple, Google Play, Kobo, and Barnes and Noble.
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Please submit a brief biography, title and a 500-word abstract outlining your book and its audience to: email@example.com.
Please include your FULL name and "academic" in the subject heading.
ABSTRACTS ARE DUE FRIDAY MAY 17TH, 2013.