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ARI Special Issue Call! Now Accepting Submissions for Summer 2022

2021-11-16

Poetic Inquiry for Synchrony & Love: A New Order of Gravity

Aligned with the spirit of creative impulse, a generative force, we call for poetic words, poetic images, poetics forms, and poetic arrangements that honour the dynamic dimensions of the full-breath-of-life: birth, death, rebirth—of poplar, sky, grief, wind, and bone. For the special issue entitled, “Poetic Inquiry for Synchrony & Love: A New Order of Gravity,” we invite poetics that explore what is precious, bejeweled; what is refracted, light; what is of or for humility, savouring, and the sacred—with the intention to serve as a curative for catastrophic times. 

We, Dr. Alexandra Fidyk and Dr. Darlene St. Georges, will be guest editors for the Summer 2022 Special Issue of Art|Research International: A Transdisciplinary Journal (ARI). There are three sections of the journal, each with a specific goal, for your consideration: 

  • Art|Research in Action
  • Art|Research Theoretical Musings
  • Art|Research Reviews

This publishing option adheres to the journal’s current structure in style and internal review system. All works submitted here must position poems, poetry, and poetic inquiry in a research context. We ask you to follow the journal’s submission guidelines, except where single line spacing is more effective for poetic expression. Please consult the ARI archives for previously published examples. Submission Guidelines: https://journals.library.ualberta.ca/ari/index.php/ari/about/submissions    

Working Timeline for this curated, peer-reviewed, summer issue of ARI:

Submissions due: Monday, February 28, 2022

Reviews & revisions: Spring 2022

Copyediting & layout: Summer 2022

Publication: August 15, 2022

 

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Current Issue

Vol. 6 No. 2 (2021): Art/Research International: A Transdisciplinary Journal
An artist stands in a display window reading/drawing the crown of a person's head.

Cover image: “Positive and Negative of Thom Roberts” installation at Kandos Cuts Colours n Curls during Cementa, April 2017. Photo courtesy of Studio A.

Published: 2021-09-04

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