Call for submissions RGR Guest Editors.@scottrettberg & @Leonardo_UPRM
DEADLINE: FEB 25TH, 2013*
(DIGITAL EDITION – Online supplement of the Double Fall 2012- Spring 2013 Issue)
The University of Texas at El Paso’s bilingual literary journal, the RIO GRANDE REVIEW (RGR) invites all writers, poets to submit their works of fiction, non-fiction, criticism, poetry, and artwork for the digital and supplement edition of Spring 2013.
Submissions for the open theme section of the magazine include works of Poetry, Fiction, Flash Fiction, Non-fiction (Chronicles, Essays, Reviews, translations, etc.)
RGR accepts texts in English and Spanish.
Email ALL submissions to email@example.com, along with a short biographical note.
In addition to the open section of RGR, this digital edition of the magazine has a dossier dedicated to works of electronic literature (electronic poetry, interactive fiction and poetry, literary video games, literary generators, New media art, etc.), graphic narrative, performance poetry (video/audio, etc.), visual and slam poetry, theatre and criticism of these genres.* *
Submissions can be in a format reproducible in a digital journal. Each work submitted for this section may be used for the RGR website. By submitting work to the Rio Grande Review the author gives authorization for the use of his work online. This might include the possible reproduction of media, e-lit works, and performance on a CD or DVD. Please use APA citation style.
*After this date we will only accept additional materials that go along with a submission for the Dossier.
**If a submission requires software or special instructions to be enjoy please send them to our address or include an URL address and short explanation on how to get to them. If media format files, software, graphics, audio, etc. for works submitted to the Dossier exceed file capacity for e-mail attachments send them to PMB 671. 500 W. University Avenue. El Paso, Texas. 79968. USA. You can also refer a URL-Internet address where a file of the full work or its supplemental material can be downloaded or linked.
RGR 2013 Online supplement of the Double Fall – Spring issue will have two great co-editors Scott Rettberg and Leonardo Flores for the Dossier on works of electronic literature. E-lit (electronic poetry, interactive fiction and poetry, literary video games, literary generators, New media art, etc.), graphic narrative, performance poetry (video/audio, etc.), visual and slam poetry, theatre and criticism of these genres.
A Chicago native who now lives in Norway. He writes, and writes about new media and electronic literature. Rettberg is the cofounder of the Electronic Literature Organization and currently project leader of the HERA-funded ELMCIP project. He is an associate professor of digital culture at the University of Bergen, and is the proud father of Jessica Ann and Benjamin Scott Rettberg.
More info at www.retts.net
Ph.D. University of Maryland 2010. Professor of English and Associate Dean of Assessment and Educational Technologies in the College of Arts and Sciences at UPR: Mayagüez. His areas of research are literature, poetry, new media literature, fantasy and science fiction, and film. His research in Educational Technologies is focused on Web 2.0 tools (such as blogs, course management systems, content management systems, social networks, social bookmarking, and Web apps) and on technologies that can transform the classroom (such as audience response systems, smartboards, computer classrooms, and portable computers) He is a current Fulbright Scholar at University of Bergen.
More info at wwww.blogs.uprm.edu/flores
The Editors: Juan Pablo Plata & Paul Guillen