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The APR is currently accepting submissions from students, faculty and alumni for our yearly publication, Passages. Accepted submissions will be published on the site and eligible for the Dr. David Chu APR Essay Prize(please contact the editor for more information regarding this prize). If you have an academic piece you would like to submit, please send it to e...@asiapacificreader.org. Please note that given the volume of submissions, the APR does not guarantee publication. However, every piece submitted will be carefully critiqued and considered for publication.
Examples of submission formats include:
Field research notes
Reviews (of plays, films, exhibits, or events relating to the Asia Pacific)
Institutional profiles (of, for example, non-governmental organisations operating in the region)
APR content targets readers with interests in Asian Pacific societies, politics, economics, cultures, and architecture. All submissions that fall within these categories will be considered for publication. For written pieces, please keep the length of your submission between 1500-2500 words. We place emphasis on quality over quantity.
All submissions must be in English. Although the APR is run by students trained in East Asian languages and our target audience comes from a diversity of backgrounds, our publications through the University of Toronto must be in the English language.
The APR will be accepting submissions for publication from now until February 27th, 2011.