Writing Around Sound is now calling for proposals for its November 2016 edition.
As the name suggests, the journal is not solely concerned with writing about sound or sound practice, but also writing around it. Audio culture, sound art and their concerns and contexts are employed as both a focus and a point of departure of the journal’s content, which not only includes the textual, but embraces the visual and audible (via an online audio component).
Written, visual or sound submissions are now invited for the next issue, the theme of which is “What is the contemporary sound object?”. Contributors may choose to embrace this as a provocation or propose works on other topics. If you are interested in contributing, please contact email@example.com with a brief (500-word maximum) outline of your proposal before 7th August. Successful applicants will be informed in late August with a final 1st October copy deadline.
For more info, visit http://auricle.org.nz/call-for-submissions-writing-around-sound/