SUBMISSIONs

GUIDELINES

Log accepts unsolicited submissions of previously unpublished work, including, but not limited to, writings, drawings, and photos.

To determine what kind of material we are interested in, please consult past issues of Log, as well as the description of the journal found here. In general, Log prefers texts that are conceived and written as essays or brief “observations,” not academic papers or project statements. Length may vary, but we rarely accept essays over 5,000 words.

Observations are pithy one-page remarks (100–300 words), accompanied by an image, on a phenomenon, event, or occasion of relevance to contemporary architecture.

We can only accept submissions sent electronically as attachments to submissions@anycorp.com.

Please include the word submission in the subject line and attach texts and images as separate files. Total submission size must not exceed 2 MB.

Due to the volume of submissions, we can only respond to authors whose articles we expect to publish. Contact will be made within 45 days of each issue’s submission deadline.

Text
Texts should be submitted as a file that can be opened with Microsoft Word. Please be sure to include your name at the top and append your contact info and a very short bio to the end. We prefer to receive texts in customary manuscript format (double-spaced, 12-point Times New Roman, 1" margins, US letter-sized page).

While we work with authors to refine submissions, we request that all submitted essays be carefully edited and as complete as possible. Please consult The Chicago Manual of Style for appropriate stylistic standards for text and footnotes.

Images
Images may be collected and submitted, along with caption and credit information, in a single (multipage) low-res PDF; please do not embed images in text files.

FORTHCOMING ISSUES

Log 42: “Phenomenology against Architectural Phenomenology"
Winter 2018
Deadline: Monday, October 2

Log 42 is a special issue, tentatively titled “Phenomenology against Architectural Phenomenology,” guest edited by Bryan E. Norwood. For details, click here.

To be considered for publication, submissions for Log 42 must address the theme.