The Discourse Editorial Staff is currently seeking submissions for the 2007 issue. The theme for this issue is philosophy and popular culture. While well-written work dealing with the aforementioned topic is preferred, the Editorial Staff of Discourse remains open to the possibility of accepting work outside of the year's suggested theme. The Discourse Staff encourages not only essay submissions, but also poetry, short stories, plays, photography, etc.
DISCOURSE accepts original submissions from any person below A.B.D. level. All submissions will be considered under double blind peer review. Your name may not appear anywhere in the text. Please include a cover page and a short biography page.
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