Upcoming Themes & Submission Information
Volume 47, Number 2 | Summer/Fall 2019: Anthology
The podium is yours. For this issue, SP welcomes contributions on any ceramics-related subjects in any style—interviews, first-person narratives, historical essays, reports on technical research, or others. Deadline for submissions: May 1, 2019.
Volume 48, Number 1 | Winter/Spring 2020: Collect -ing, -tions, -tive, -tor
As an SP reader, you are likely a collector of pots; you may be a part of a potters’ collective; your work may be a part of a private or public collection. Contributions to this issue exploring the base term, to collect, and any of its suffixes are welcome. Deadline for submissions: October 1, 2019.
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