ISSUE operates within an editorial office composed of the Head of Cultural development and the sub-editor.
The editorial office benefits from the support and skill of an editorial committee, whose mission is to read, discuss and address the proposals it receives via the email address email@example.com.
Prerequisites for publication
ISSUE favours unpublished content. Any re-publication should be comprised of a substantial addition in relation to the original publication.
Documents to be provided in case of publication
– Title proposal
– 800/1000-character abstract introducing the project’s topic and context.
– Short biography about the author(s).
– Author(s)’ portrait as a JPG or PNG file.
The author releases his or her publication rights.
There is no remuneration for publication.
– Texts are to be sent as .doc file, not pdf.
– Texts’ length should be somewhere between 2,500 and 50,000 characters long.
– The author should submit a text ready to be published, free of misprints or spelling mistakes.
– The text should be submitted without page layout nor formatting option, in only one font (e.g. Arial 10) and without tabulation.
– Content is published in its original language (English or French).
– Gender-inclusive language is required.
– The author must provide an abstract for his or her content.
– The author must provide 5 key words in English.
– Subtitles and subheadings should not be over 120-characters long and should enlighten about the content (they should be specific and non-generic).
– Author(s) should be respectful of the required writing codes as featured on the website.
ISSUE typographic guide
– Author(s) must provide at least one JPG or PNG royalty-free picture with caption and copyright as illustration for their topic.
– Videos are hosted on the HEAD’s Vimeo account.
– Images must be submitted as jpeg or png files (500 ko minimum).
– Sound files are hosted on the HEAD’s Soundcloud account.
Satellite / blogs
– The Satellite section is dedicated to blogs. Blogs may come from teachers, alumni, external guests and students, whose practice would be significant and/or echoing a news item. In the latter case, the intervention takes place on the teacher’s recommendation or invitation.
– Authors supply their blogs with content on a regular basis.
– The teaching staff is responsible for the content posted by their students.¨
The editorial office, January 2019.