Re:Place Launched

May 31, 2007 at 6:48 am Leave a comment

Call for Contributors
Spring 2007

Are you fascinated by cities?

If so, re:place magazine would like your contribution.

re:place is a emerging magazine dedicated to public space and urbanism in Vancouver and the GVRD. We are a non-profit organization made up of urban enthusiasts dedicated to the holistic discussion of urban issues. Our goals are to educate citizens about the workings of the public realm, to encourage interaction and engagement in cities, and to explore the ever-changing dynamic of Greater Vancouver.

re:place will provide a forum for discussion in two formats: web and print. The first print issue is scheduled to be published in fall 2007 while we intend the website to go live within in the upcoming summer.

re:place is looking for contributors who share an interest in urbanism and the public realm. We need writers, photographers, illustrators and bloggers.

If you are interested in contributing articles (short or feature), photographs, illustrations, or if you would like to be a blogger, please send an email to amanda@regardingplace.com. Please include a bit of information about yourself, what public space issues are you particularly interested in, and how you would like to contribute.


If you have a story idea to pitch, please send us a brief outline of your piece and a sample of your writing.

The re:place editorial staff will review all submissions and will contact you shortly thereafter in order to confirm whether the idea fits within the scope of our upcoming print issue or web dialogue.

If your piece is chosen for inclusion, you will be required to submit a manuscript draft (please see our submission guidelines) and we will work with you to create the final article. However, all final editorial decisions are to be made by the editor.

We look forward to hearing from you!

re:place Magazine
www.regardingplace.com
contributors@regardingplace.com

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