Fiction Film and Television is seeking articles for its 15th
anniversary issue; click here for our call for papers.
Submission to SFFTV is via ScholarOne Manuscripts.
Beginning in November
2021, Science Fiction Film and Television will use US-style spelling and
punctuation, and the author-date (AD) style of citation according to the
Chicago Manual of Style. The full manual is available at https://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/home.html. Widely
used in film and media studies, the Chicago author-date style uses
parenthetical citations in the body of the text and a works cited list at the
here to download the updated Science Fiction Film and Television Guidelines for Contributors.
LUP gives authors the option to add a short plain language summary to their submission in ScholarOne Manuscripts. This simple, non-technical explanation or lay summary makes it easier for people to find and understand your work. This is not the same as the abstract. Once your article has been published, this summary will be made available through Kudos.
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Preferred essays length is approximately 7,000-9,000 words, including notes and works cited, and include a 100-word abstract. If you have an idea for a contribution to the archives section, please contact the editors to discuss your proposal: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, and Anindita Banerjee.
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