Thank you for your interest in Caribbean InTransit: An Arts Journal.

We 
welcome the following types of submissions:

  • Essays
 in
 English, 
Spanish
 or
 French.

  • Artwork
  • 
Music
  • Dance
  • Poetry
  • Mas
, or
 junkanoo
 designs

  • Any
 other
 artistic
 expression
 with
 blurbs
 in
 English,
 French,
 Spanish,
 Dutch,
 dialect 
or 
creole
  • 
Films 
in 
any
 language 
with 
subtitles 
in 
English
  • Fiction
 or 
non­-fiction
 writings 
in
 English 
or 
dialects
 (
writings 
in 
dialect 
should
 be 
accompanied 
by 
a
 translation
 of
 terms).
  • Research
 papers
 on
 visual
 or
 vocal
 modes
 of
 expression
  • Interviews
 in English of
 contemporary 
artists.



ALL
 Submissions 
should
 be 
accompanied 
by 
the
 following:



  • Name

  • 
Professional 
affiliation

  • 
Contact 
information

  • 
Title 
of
 Attached
 manuscript

  • 
keywords,
 at
 least 
3

 (essays 
only)

  • an 
abstract 
of 
not 
more 
than 
150 
words 
(essays 
& 
interviews 
only)

  • a 
biography 
of 
not 
more 
than 
60 
words

  • 
A 
professional
 photograph
 of 
yourself 
(optional)


Guidelines for Essays,
 Interviews
 and
 Reviews:


  • Text 
including
 endnotes 
must
 be 
in 
Microsoft 
Word 
format 
(double­spaced,
 in
a
 readable
 font) 

  • All images should be 
in 
.jpg 
format.
  • All jpg image titles should have;the entire caption for the image as the name of the jpg.
  • Titles 
in
 the 
body 
of 
the 
text
 should 
be 
italicized 
with 
section 
titles 
in 
bold.
  • 

All
 essays 
must 
have 
accurate
 bibliographies.
  • 
MLA 
format 
should 
be 
used.

Video/sound
clips 
can
 be 
sent
 via
 a DropBox to caribintransit@gmail.com

Word
 limits 
for 
various
 submissions 
are 
as 
follows:­


  • Academic
 papers: 
7500 
words

  • Reviews: 
3000 
words

  • Profiles/Essays 
on
 Artists 
and
 Art
Work:
 1000­-1500
 words

  • Upcoming 
Events/Releases/Shows 
or 
highlights
 from 
arts
 organizations: 
100-­250
 words
;

Kindly label each document for easy identification (e.g JamesUlysses.doc; JamesAuthorPhoto.jpg; JamesLeoBloomPhoto.jpg).

 

Review Process

All submissions are subject to the double-blind academic peer review process. For Spring Issues, authors can expect to receive notice of acceptance by February 15th. For Fall issues, authors can expect to receive notice of acceptance by July 15th. Please note that the reviewing process can take at least 1-2 months and consists of editorial selection and two anonymous reviewers. Selected authors will receive comments with one of the following:

  • “accepted as is”

  • “accepted with minor revisions required”
  • "
accepted with major revisions required”.


The final decision to publish rests with the editors who reserve the right to reject a manuscript at any stage of the peer review process.

Deadlines

The deadline for submission to Spring Issues is November 30th. Deadline for Submission to Fall issue is May 30th.

 Please submit a brief Cover Letter
$500.00
Membership represents an exceptional opportunity for any individual or corporation to engage in and support the arts. Caribbean InTransit provides occasions and coverage particularly in the areas of arts events, arts education, arts practice and social development through the arts. Membership opens individuals and corporations to becoming dedicated patrons of the arts. In so doing, your patronage will support programs for at risk youth, persons living with HIV/Aids, students, scholars and artists. As an enterprise with a far- reaching audience, Caribbean InTransit offers its members occasions for publicizing art related initiatives that they may be involved with and opportunities for international networking.

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·       1 printed copy of each issue

·       Inclusion of promotional material in packages at Caribbean InTransit festival events

·       Logo in Caribbean InTransit promotional materials

·       Features & Links on the Caribbean InTransit website page

·       1 month of advertising on Caribbean InTransit’s website





$50.00
Membership represents an exceptional opportunity for any individual or corporation to engage in and support the arts. Caribbean InTransit provides occasions and coverage particularly in the areas of arts events, arts education, arts practice and social development through the arts. Membership opens individuals and corporations to becoming dedicated patrons of the arts. In so doing, your patronage will support programs for at risk youth, persons living with HIV/Aids, students, scholars and artists. As an enterprise with a far- reaching audience, Caribbean InTransit offers its members occasions for publicizing art related initiatives that they may be involved with and opportunities for international networking.

 

Individual Membership

 

·       50% off conference registration

·       Inclusion in Caribbean InTransit exhibitions

·       Featured Members column on Caribbean InTransit’s website and social media campaigns