Submitting materials to CORNER
We are now looking for materials for Issue III (Fall 1999):
The Music, Poetry, and Art of John Cage.
Contributions may include, but are not limited to: analysis
and criticism of specific works; Cage's contribution to twentieth-century
culture; his influence on creative artists from a variety of
fields; his social and political philosophies; and artistic projects
based upon his creative methodologies and aesthetics. We welcome
articles with pictures and graphics.
Papers of 10-25 pages including bibliography following the
1997 MLA style guidelines are welcome in English and Spanish.
The deadline for submissions is October 1, 1999.
Submissions via regular mail and inquires should be directed
to the editor. Please include a SASE.
Submissions via e-mail must be send to our WebMaster.
We invite essays in MLA style, with Content/Bibliographic [End]
Notes, typed as text at the end of the paper, (that is, not
using the footnotes feature in your word processing software)
typed single spaced. Hard copy of manuscript must be accompanied
together with text in digital, electronic format, on a 3.5-inch
HD (High Density) diskettes (Mac or PC) or Zip cartridge (Mac
only). Text must be submitted in RTF (Rich Text Format) files.
The less formatting, the better.
(Text not submitted in RTF files will not be accepted for
Send graphics either in printed or electronic form. Graphics
in printed form should have acceptable resolution and detail.
Graphics in electronic form may be sent preferibly in Internet
native graphic formats, that is, either as .gif or .jpg
files, (preferibly .gif) at 72 dpi resolution (Mac or
PC). As a second best option you can send pict files.
Please, dont send any graphics using native application formats,
like Freehand, Illustrator, Quark, Pagemaker, etc. As an exception,
you can send native Photoshop files (Mac or PC) at 72 dpi resolution.
Large graphic files could be sent compressed using Disk Doubler
Send text and graphics to:
Carlota Caulfield, Editor
5000 MacArthur Blvd,
You can send all text and graphic materials directly through
the Internet either as Acrobat PDF files, HTML files, or as e-mail
attachments. Send all electronic files to:
However, If you are not extremely knowledgeable about the
Internet, please contact our WebMaster
for precise instructions before sending any materials directly
through the Internet.
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