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Sounds like a really cool event. Here is one thing I would note. It says that the submissions should be the sort of pieces suited for The Boston Review, etc. and NOT academic journals. Personally I think a number of pieces I have seen in the likes of Slate, with a few but not substantive changes, be great for academic journals. But I suppose that shows my bias in the way I would strongly prefer academic journals to expand their style and purview. I guess I don't like the implication that academic journals should not publish this kind of work (but perhaps this is not what was meant...)

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