Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Anamesa call for papers

As promised! Pertinent info - in this case a call for contributions to Anamesa. If you missed the earlier post about this, you can read the Fall 2008 Perception Issue on the website. We also just received a stack of hard copies, so please feel free to stop by the Draper offices and grab one.


Anamesa is currently accepting submissions for the 2009 Intersections issue. We encourage NYU graduate students in any department to submit essays, reportage, fiction, poetry, photography, artwork, or translations that address themes of crossing, commingling, and conflict, broadly construed. An interdisciplinary anthology, Anamesa considers material of diverse subject matter and length, from short book reviews (400-600 words) to longer literary essays (not to exceed 6000 words).

Academic papers should adhere to the Chicago Manual of Style and include a brief abstract. The author’s name, contact information, and departmental affiliation should appear only in the cover page. Submissions of graphic art should be in digital format with a minimum resolution of 300 DPI, at 5x7in.

Send submissions and queries to Please include the relevant genre in the subject heading of all messages (e.g., “essay,” “fiction,” or “photography”). The submission deadline is September 28. For further information, and to peruse earlier issues, visit Printed copies of Anamesa are available at the Draper office (14 University Place).