Linda Arbuckle on mon 21 mar 11
ABOUT THE STUDIO POTTER
Published twice a year, THE STUDIO POTTER has been the independent voice of
since 1972. Based in first-person narrative and studio practice, the journa=
has fostered thoughtful writing on such themes as the environment,
criticism, technology, ceramic history, and education. Athough SP has
published scholarly articles, it is aimed at the curious general reader
an academic audience.
Each issue of THE STUDIO POTTER is 96 pages, of which approximately 90
contain text and images pertaining to the theme. Typically there are 20=3D9=
articles of varying lengths in each issue. The
journal has always been characterized by a lively mix of written and visual
content; the design of each issue is unique and reflects the theme.
THE STUDIO POTTER is published in January and July. Upcoming themes are
published in the journal and on the SP website at least six months in
advance. The guest editor will consult with editor Mary Barringer on the
winter/spring 2012 issue during the fall of 2011 to get a sense of the
process and sequence of tasks, then will begin work on Volume 40, Number 2
in January 2012.
Applicants must have at least five years=3D92 post-education experience in =
field. Candidates who are roughly the same =3D93age=3D94 as THE STUDIO POTT=
other words born between 1970 and 1974, are especially encouraged to apply,
but all serious proposals will be considered.
DUTIES OF THE GUEST EDITOR
Once named, the guest editor will work in close collaboration with the
editor and designer, as well as the authors of submitted articles, both
solicited and unsolicited.
Writing and disseminating a call for articles.
Inviting and choosing authors to contribute articles to the issue.
Notifying authors of acceptance or rejection of unsolicited submissions.
Working with authors of accepted submissions on revisions.
Overseeing collection of visual materials, including captions and
Delivering final edited texts to copy editor in a timely fashion, and to ar=
director on deadline.
Writing an editorial.
Working with art director, editorial assistant, and Board of Directors.
Sending complimentary issues to authors.
Proposals should include the following:
An introductory letter, outlining the theme, tone, and visual character of
Biographical and professional information about the guest editor, including
relevant writing/editing experience (3 pages max).
A list of potential authors, including, if possible, names of those already
willing to submit articles.
Joint proposals may be submitted from two people wishing to serve as
An honorarium and travel stipend will be offered.
Proposals may be submitted electronically to email@example.com
Questions may be directed to Mary Barringer at firstname.lastname@example.org
In celebration of THE STUDIO POTTER=3D92s fortieth anniversary, the journal
seeks to honor and give voice to the rising generation of makers, thinkers,
and teachers. We are calling for proposals for a theme and editorship of th=
Summer/Fall 2012 issue: Volume 40, Number 2. Proposals are due by
June 1, 2011 and the winner will be announced August 1, 2011.