Call for contributions: Lacuna magazine special edition on UK/EU

What has the EU ever done for us?

Lacuna will be looking at the theme of the Europe Union over the next few months. With the In/Out Referendum taking place on 23 June, we want to explore the issues that relate to the themes of the Magazine

You may wish to investigate a particular instance of how the EU operates, to provide commentary, reportage or expert analysis on an EU-connected theme. Or you may wish to review a book, a film, a piece of music, art or theatre relevant to the Union. All forms of writing and visual art will be considered: fiction, non-fiction, poetry, film, animation and photography.

There is no word limit. If you take a look at some of Lacuna’s existing content (follow the links above), you will find submissions of varying lengths which adopt a variety of different styles.

As always we are committed to supporting new writers. This could be students and other people just starting out in their field. We will also support experienced writers who are learning how to write for new audiences; for instance, academics interested in translating their research for a wider audience. Where possible, we will work with prospective authors to help them improve and develop their work.

You can find out more about the call here, and read the concept paper by the editor-in-chief, Prof Andrew Williams, here.

For more information, please contact us here or email Andrew (a.t.williams@warwick.ac.uk) or Alice (a.panepinto@warwick.ac.uk).


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