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Wednesday, February 04, 2009

UNSPOKEN: Debut Issue, Last call.

After some minor delays, UNSPOKEN journal is back in ignition, with a new extended deadline and a new guest-editor too. The list of confirmed contributors is looking good, but the call is still open––as a last call––to all.

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Dear Unspoken Contributor,

We are delighted that you have expressed interest in contributing to the debut issue of UNSPOKEN.

As you will already know this issue is dedicated to the great Béla Tarr. But we are equally happy to announce Yvette Bíro, esteemed screenwriter and peer of Tarr, as our guest-editor. Bíro's writings and films chart a startlingly lucid and compelling course through aesthetic and philosophical landscapes. UNSPOKEN is inspired by such explorations and seeks further adventures of this uncharted cinematic and theoretical terrain.

Advice and what we need from you:

If you have not done so already, please provide in an email your chosen topic with a title (and abstract of 250 words if possible), and a short biography for us to credit you by.

Writing deadline is now 15th March 2009.

Please place all references in endnotes. Minimum length for articles and book reviews are 2500. Critical and research essays is 3000 – 6000. There are no hard restrictions on style, but we would discourage obfuscatory temptations. Where possible, the pleasurable side of rigor is infinitely preferred.

Contact for editors and submissions: unspokenjournal@googlemail.com

We eagerly look forward to your submissions.

Best wishes,
Yvette Bíro, HarryTuttle and Edwin Mak

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