Call for Papers: Leonardo Music Journal
For future volumes of Leonardo Music Journal we are soliciting articles (papers of up to 3,000 words) and shorter artists' notes (750–1,000 words). This call is open-ended; for any individual issue, proposals are due 1 October the year prior and manuscript 2 January the year of publication.
LMJ features articles written by composers and artists about their own work. It has three main editorial areas. First, it is particularly concerned with the interplay between new technologies, music and sound art. Second, LMJ seeks to document ways in which contemporary science and technology are changing our understanding of sound and music, as well as other ways in which science and technology may be relevant to contemporary composers and sound artists. Third, it seeks to document the work of composers and sound artists developing new multimedia art forms that combine sound with other media, particularly works that take advantage of new multimedia and interactive technologies. Authors who discuss their own work may also be invited to contribute to the issue’s audio companion.
To post your proposal, manuscript and/or figures, go to editorialexpress.com/leonardo and follow the onscreen instructions.
See the Author Resources section of this website for more information.
Contact the Leonardo Music Journal Editorial Office with any questions.