Submission Guidelines

We welcome submissions to the following departments: Exercises, Author Profiles, Discussions and We Recommend.

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Contributions should be sent to the editor at: thresholds@chi.ac.uk.

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Before you submit: please familiarise yourself with the individual tone and style of the department to which you are submitting.

*Please note: we do not accept unsolicited short story submissions at this time.*

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In addition:

– length of all articles should be between 750 and 1,500 words; (however, the word count for the annual Competition is 750-2,000 words – please refer to Competition guidelines);

manuscripts should be double-spaced and left-hand justified;

– paragraphs should not be indented;

– titles of books and journals should be italicised;

– titles of short stories should be enclosed in single quotation marks;

– short extracts of a cited work should be enclosed in single quotation marks;

– extracts longer than three sentences should be single spaced and fully indented to set them apart from the rest of the text;

– dialogue which falls within an extract should be enclosed by double quotation marks;

– citations should be embedded in the text, not in footnotes, and use Harvard Referencing;

– all submissions should be emailed as an attachment to thresholds@chi.ac.uk, with the word ‘submission’ in the subject line;

– THRESHOLDS reserves the right to edit accepted features before they are published on The Forum.

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We respond to all department submissions that we receive, but this can take several weeks at busy times. If in doubt, please do drop us a line to check the progress of your piece.


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