Textshop Experiments -- Call for Papers -- Open Issue

deadline for submissions: 
March 1, 2017
full name / name of organization: 
K. A. Wisniewski / Textshop Experiments
contact email: 

The editors of Textshop Experiments invite submissions via essays and video essays, reviews, conference reports, and multimodal projects for its forthcoming Open Issue to be published in May 2017.  Works can be submitted on any topic related to the following:

  • Electracy
  • Digital Humanities: the Arts, literature and the digital media
  • Cultural studies
  • Multimodal composition & pedagogy
  • Digital curation
  • Film & new media
  • Visual studies, design, and public art
  • Electronic literature
  • Memory studies
  • Internet studies & digital culture
  • Performance studies
  • Aesthetic studies: critical discussion, case-study, computational analysis
  • Interdisciplinary approaches to the arts
  • Emerging critical theories involving interdisciplinary studies
  • Interdisciplinary approaches to teaching and education

Traditional essay should be between 3000-5000 words. Multimodal projects can be arranged in consult with the Editors and the Advisory Board.  Please send essays and writing as a doc or docx files.  Works should be sent in MLA format.  For the formatting of other projects, please consult our Submission Guidelines on our website or query the editors.

Book, blog, or software reviews and conference reports should be between 1000-2000 words for single and/or double book reviews.  While we do accept unsolicited reviews, contributors are encouraged to query the editors before submission.

The deadline for submissions is March 1, 2017.  Submission must be made electronically as MS Word file attachment to: ulmertextshop@gmail.com

Textshop Experiments is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that aims to extend the work of Greg Ulmer and to foster experimental works that invent, operate in, or analyze the apparatus of Electracy.  We welcome innovative and hybrid works in new media and original scholarship on reading and writing, rhetoric, and culture.